Using Technology in Teaching and Learning
This track will explore ways in which faculty can enhance the teaching and learning process through the use of technology by sharing experiences and expertise in real-world applications, by discussing common problems, and by exploring innovative avenues for improving the learning environments with technology.
Developing Creative Solutions Through Collaboration
Proposals are encouraged to highlight collaborative work among individuals, groups, and/or institutions that facilitates the development of creative solutions for TLT issues.
Professional Development and Recognition
This track showcases professional development initiatives in instructional technology for faculty, librarians, and instructional technology professionals. Rewards and recognitions for efforts in incorporating technology in instruction will also be featured.
TLT Policy Considerations
Presentations, panel discussions, and focus groups in this track will address important TLT policy issues of current interest, such as administrative support for incorporating TLT into coursework, intellectual property rights, and managing technology costs.
Value Added: Specialty Areas and Unique Topics
This track will offer a venue for presentations or discussions of particularly interesting, successful, or novel methods or issues in TLT that are not addressed by one or more of the other conference tracks.
The UNC TLT Collaborative and the UNC Faculty Assembly invite you to participate in the 2003 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference.
Attending the Conference
The TLT Conference is open to both UNC and non-UNC participants. People in the following categories, and anyone else with an interest in TLT issues, are welcome to attend:
- Teaching and Learning Center directors
- TLT Center directors
- Instructional technology professionals, including College of Education Spangler positions
- Librarians engaged in TLT
- Representatives of academic programs offices
- Representatives of continuing education offices
- Representatives of information technology offices
The registration period is expected to be Monday, February 17, through Monday, March 17. Registration may close early if the conference capacity is reached. Please note that registration fees must be received by Friday, March 21.
Presenting at the Conference
We actively solicit proposals from faculty, staff, and administrators who would like to share their knowledge and expertise with their colleagues. Proposals about your collaborative work, including projects that involve educational, non-profit, or commercial organizations from outside UNC, are particularly encouraged.
Proposals are requested in the following categories:
- Long presentation (45 minutes)
- Short presentation (20 minutes)
- Panel discussion (45 minutes)
- Interest group meeting (45 minutes)
- Poster session (all day, 45 minutes interactive)
- Recorded video (up to 45 minutes)
- Seminar (3 hours)
- Hands-on workshop (3 hours)
The proposal submission period is Monday, February 10 through Tuesday, February 25. Proposals will be reviewed by a committee of UNC faculty and staff with expertise in TLT issues. Notification of accepted proposals will be provided by Friday, March 7. Accepted presenters should register for the conference by Monday, March 17. Please note that registration fees must be received by Friday, March 21.