2004 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference
March 1719, Charlotte, NC

About the Conference



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The 2004 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference will be held at the Hilton Charlotte University Place on March 1719, 2004.

This annual event provides professional development for faculty, staff, librarians, and administrators throughout the UNC system who are interested in the effective use of technology for teaching and learning. The conference is known for its emphasis on timely topics of particular interest to UNC campuses, from effective current practices to emerging technologies. Many sessions feature examples of technology-supported instruction and address issues such as teaching innovations, active learning, and collaborative relationships. Other sessions address technological, pedagogical, library, and administrative support issues associated with TLT.

The conference theme for 2004, Perspectives and Intersections, highlights a key goal of the UNC TLT Conference: to encourage people with differing roles to come together and share knowledge, experiences, and points of view. By discussing topics of mutual interest face to face, conference participants will foster productive, efficient working relationships while increasing their understanding of important TLT issues. The dialogue will include professionals from academic departments, libraries, instructional design, distance education, instructional technology, faculty development, academic computing, and more!

This years conference is co-sponsored by the UNC TLT Collaborative and the UNC Faculty Assembly.

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