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2002 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, April 11-13, 2002

Be a Part of the 2002 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference

You can participate in the conference in two ways: as a presenter or as a regular participant. Details of the application and selection process appear below.

The deadline for submitting proposals has passed.

We will continue to accept attendance applications on a space-available basis. Currently, all new applicants will be placed on our waiting list (which is relatively short).

Conference registration

If you are in one of the following categories, you can register now.

  • You submitted a proposal as the main presenter.
    If so, you should have received notification that you are eligible to register.
    (An additional notification regarding the status of your proposal will be send shortly.)

  • You were listed as a co-presenter on a proposal.
    If you filled out a proposal or application form, you should have received notification that you are eligible to register.
    (An additional notification regarding the status of your proposal will be send shortly.)

    If you have not filled out one of the above forms, please submit an application now and also contact Hilarie Nickerson, TLTC Program Coordinator, at 919-933-8333 or for registration instructions.

  • You submitted an application AND you have received notification that you are eligible to register.

Please note that online registration is required in addition to the application or proposal that you submitted previously.

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on:

  • Registration fees
  • Hotel rooms (in the travel and lodging section of the FAQ)

Participant application and selection

Attendance at the conference is limited. We invite anyone who is interested in participating to submit an application. Currently, all new applicants will be placed on our waiting list (which is relatively short).

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on:

  • Registration fees

Proposal submission and review (applications were due by March 13)

The deadline for submitting proposals has passed. Faculty, staff, and administrators who wished to present on their work at this year's conference were invited to submit proposals for

  • Presentations (50 minutes on Thursday / Friday)
  • Panel discussions (50 minutes on Thursday / Friday)
  • Interest group meetings (50 minutes on Thursday / Friday)
  • Workshops (3 hours on Saturday morning in a computer lab)
  • Seminars (3 hours on Saturday morning)

    Proposals from faculty members will be reviewed by the Faculty Assembly's Technology Committee. Other proposals will be reviewed by the Conference Program Committee. Details of this review process are provided below. Notification of accepted presentations will be provided by March 27.

    Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on:

    • Internet connections
    • Co-presenters
    • Panel presentations

    Participant selection process details

    The Faculty Assembly Technology Committee will select some 20 faculty presenters, as well as five non-presenting faculty participants from each of the 16 campuses. The Faculty Assembly will thus select approximately 100 faculty participants.

    The Conference Program Committee will select some 20 staff and administrator presenters. Each Board member will select five additional "non-faculty" participants from his/her campus. Thus an additional 100 participants will be selected, leaving a balance of 75 remaining to be selected.

    The remaining 75 slots will be distributed among the 16 campuses in proportion to the number of applicants remaining in the application pool from that campus. Therefore, campuses from which many applications are received will receive a larger share of these 75 slots. The Board member from each campus will select the participants from his/her campus from the application pool to fill the allocated number of openings.

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