Learning and Teaching Conference (LT@UC)
Save the Date
LT@UC is a collaborative effort started in 2016 between the Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning (AFTL), the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CET&L), IT@UC eLearning, and UC Libraries.
The collaborative will host its second annual coordinated conference on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 to celebrate, promote and stimulate scholarship focused on 21st-century education in the university.
John Dunlosky is a professor of psychology at Kent State University. A major aim of his research program is to develop techniques to improve the effectiveness of people’s self-regulated learning across the life span. He most recently co-authored “Improving students’ learning with effective learning techniques: Promising directions from cognitive and educational psychology.” Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 14, 4-58.
Call for Presentations
The Academy of Fellows for Teaching & Learning (AFTL), the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L), IT@UC eLearning, and UC Libraries welcome submissions (see guidelines) to present at the second annual Learning & Teaching at UC conference (LT@UC) on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 to celebrate, promote and stimulate scholarship focused on 21st-century education.
Call for Abstracts
LT@UC is interested in all proposals related to Teaching and Learning at UC. Compelling proposals can address the needs of today’s learners and educators by focusing on aspects of reflection, metacognition and self-regulation in the learning process. To further recognize the riches of our region, LT@UC is seeking proposals from regional and UC faculty, graduate students, and staff to share their successes and challenges in learning and teaching in the 21st century.
Information and Guidelines
Presentations may be delivered as 20-minute academic presentations, 7-minute mini-lectures and poster sessions. Presenters will be encouraged and coached to develop their innovative approach for publication in the UC Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching.