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Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2013

 

We are getting ready for our TLT Conference for March 14-15, 2013. Stay tuned for more information about the conference from the campus eConnection, IT Press, and EdTech Connect!

THEME: Assessments --
From Syllabus to Final

NOTE: The second day of the conference (Friday, March 15) will be a symposium of ongoing educational research at Missouri S&T.

This event is FREE! to all attendees. There are no registration fees and all food is provided on both days of the event. Attendees are still responsible for travel and lodging.

This year we will be offering several tracks for presenters and participants:

  • Teaching with Technology – Enhancing the instructional process by including a technology component
  • Blended Learning – Replacing some or all of the face-to-face communication in class with online tools
  • Best Practices in Teaching Strategies – Pedagogical theories on effective teaching (with or without technology)
  • “Hands-on” Activity – Computer labs are available for hands-on presentations or demonstrations
  • K-12 Education – Offered by popular demand, issues that are of interest to those in K-12

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Dr. Richard M. Felder -- Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University.

Dr. John Hogan -- Associate Professor of Geological Sciences and Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology.


START TIME / DATE:

  • 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 14, 2013

END TIME / DATE:

  • 1:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2013

LOCATION:

CONTACT: Education Technology Development Team

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: All events will occur in Butler-Carlton Hall, Rolla, Missouri.

PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS

PRESENTER PROFILES


Missouri S&T's sixth annual Teaching and Learning Technology Conference is a great opportunity for faculty and staff to see the new technologies that we use for improving student learning outcomes.

DOOR PRIZES! DOOR PRIZES! DOOR PRIZES!

Did we mention there would be door prizes?

CALL FOR PROPOSALS (CLOSED)

EdTech will accept proposals through Wednesday, October 31, 2012. We hope to have decisions on which proposals are accepted made by Friday, November 16, 2012.

  • Download a copy of the proposal submission form

    NO LONGER ACCEPTING PROPOSALS
    (All slots are filled)
  • Return this form to:

    Angie Hammons
    300 W. 12th Street
    102 Centennial Hall
    Rolla, MO 65409-0360
    hammonsa@mst.edu or edtech@mst.edu
PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE

Presentations from Teaching and Learning Technology 2013 are now available on the ABSTRACTS page.

HOW TO REGISTER

Registration is now:

CLOSED

Walk-ins

welcome

LODGING

Need a place to stay while in town? Baymont Inn & Suites offers rooms to Missouri S&T guests discounted rates!

PARKING

Parking for off-campus visitors is available in Lot P across Pine Street from the Physics and Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering buildings.

PRESENTER PROFILES

Dr. Richard Felder
Opening Keynote Speaker
Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University

 


John Hogan
Closing Keynote Speaker
Associate Professor of Geological Sciences and Engineering at Missouri S&T

-- MORE PROFILES --

PARTNERS

This conference would not be possible without the active support of the following groups and organizations.  We are grateful for their assistance and participation in this effort!

Center for Educational Research and Teaching Innovation (CERTI)

Faculty Senate -- Information Technology / Computing Committee

Information Technology (IT)

Missouri S&T Bookstore

University of Missouri eLearning Initiative

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