Thank You for Attending TLT 2016!

TLT-2016-headerWe are sincerely grateful to everyone who attended TLT 2016, as a regular visitor, a presenter, a sponsor, or one of our assistants. We especially want to take a moment to thank all of the people who donated their time and energy to present at our conference. We had a record number of presentations. We are also grateful to our sponsors for allowing us to offer TLT 2016 for free! And our sponsors told me they enjoyed the opportunity to talk to all of you. We hope everyone who attended was able to learn something new and exciting to take with them. This conference would not be possible without all of YOU!

There are just a couple of post-conference items I’d like to bring to your attention:

PRESENTATIONS:

We are working diligently to post the conference presentations in some fashion on our TLT website. Please be patient as it does take time to post-produce all of the recordings and upload the session files!

The presentation files for the keynote speakers Dr. Linda B. Nilson and Dr. Anthony R. Petroy are already available, though the recordings of each session will take a bit longer to post.

http://tlt.mst.edu/keynotes

Additional presentation files will be found linked off of the main TLT website page (http://tlt.mst.edu) when they are ready in the next week or two.

CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION:

If you need a certificate of participation for your personnel file, then we strongly encourage you to fill out the survey (see below). One of the questions asks for an address to which we will send your certificate. This can be a home or work address. It will take a couple of weeks to process the requests (I prefer to send them out as a batch).

SURVEY:

If you did not get a chance to fill out a conference survey, then we again encourage you to do so! We really do use the feedback you provide to make our conferences successful and we couldn’t do it without your input!

http://tinyurl.com/TLT2016Survey

Finally, we look forward to seeing you next year, at TLT X! March 16-17, 2017!

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Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016 – REGISTRATION OPEN!

TLT-2016-header-RegistrationRegistration for the Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016 on March 17 and 18, 2016 is now OPEN!

THEME: Learning to Learn

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Web-based registration is now available at:

http://tlt.mst.edu/registration/

Registration for this event is FREE for all participants!

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

http://tlt.mst.edu

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

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016

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Educational Technology at Missouri University of Science and Technology is now accepting presentation proposals for the 9th Annual Teaching and Learning Technology Conference, scheduled for March 17-18, 2016. Interested presenters can download a copy of the Call for Presentation form at the TLT 2016 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 Learning to Learn. EdTech is looking for presentations that demonstrate how innovations in teaching and technology have helped students develop lifelong learning skills.

The opening keynote speaker will be Linda Nilson, Ph.D., Founding Director of the Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation, Clemson University.

We are trying something new this year with our sessions. We have several options for different types of sessions. View the submission forms for details:

  • Standard session (45-60 minutes)
  • “Learning Stack” short session (15-25 minutes)
  • Poster sessions (displayed at Vendor Reception)

Proposals will be accepted until Friday, November 20, 2015. Decisions regarding acceptance will be made by Friday, December 11, 2015. 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 (edtech@mst.edu) or by phone (573-341-4131).