TLT 2015 Conference Presentations Now Available

Did you miss the 2015 Teaching and Learning Technology Conference? You can still watch some of the highlights!

Videos from the TLT 2015 Conference:
CanvasCon Sessions:

We hope everyone who participated in our TLT 2015 conference was able to walk away with at least one new idea going forward!

We also look forward to seeing everyone back next year for the TLT 2016 Conference on March 17-18, 2016

Teaching and Learning Technology 2015–Register Now!

Register NOW!

Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2015 – REGISTRATION OPEN!

TLT-header-2015-RegistrationRegistration for the Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2015 on March 12 and 13, 2015 is now OPEN!

THEME: Building Expectations


  • Robbie K. Melton, Ph.D. – Associate Vice Chancellor of Mobilization Emerging Technology, Tennessee Board of Regents
    • The Emergence of Mobile and Smart Devices: Is Your Device Smarter than You?

  • Jeff Schramm – Associate Professor of History & Political Science
    • MOOC’s, LMS, ELI, PRR, CB&Q and EMD: What the history of technology can teach us about the future of higher education.

Web-based registration is now available at:

Registration for this event is FREE for all participants!

Details about our conference can be found on the conference web site:

We look forward to seeing you at our conference in March!

REMINDER: Call for Presentations – Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2015

TLT-header-2015-CallForPresentationsEducational Technology at Missouri University of Science and Technology is now accepting presentation proposals for the Eighth Annual Teaching and Learning Technology Conference, scheduled for March 12-13, 2015. Interested presenters can download a copy of the Call for Presentation form at the TLT 2015 website or click one of the links below:

Call for Presentations: Word Document

Call for Presentations: PDF

The theme for this year’s conference is Building Expectations. EdTech is looking for presentations that demonstrate how innovations in teaching and technology have had a positive impact on building expectations between students and instructors.

The opening keynote speaker will be Robbie Melton, Ph.D., Associate Vice Chancellor of Mobilization Emerging Technologies, Tennessee Board of Regents.

Proposals will be accepted until Friday, November 21, 2014. Decisions regarding acceptance will be made by Friday, December 12, 2014. Accepted presenters will be notified between Thanksgiving and Christmas. If you do not hear back from us by then, then feel free to contact us by email ( or by phone (573-341-4131).