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Submit Proposals for Learning and Teaching Symposium

February 10, 2022

Proposals are due by Tuesday, Feb. 22, for the seventh Annual Active Learning/Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium Tuesday, April 26. The focus is to promote sharing of innovative teaching practices.

Proposal topics to consider are: technology use in active learning, modeling active learning strategies, active learning in large classrooms, active learning in an online or hybrid environment, active learning beyond the classroom, active learning in a specific content area, pandemic pedagogies, etc.

This year's symposium is co-hosted by Collaboration and Classroom Technology Services and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. All workshops will be 50 minutes with time for questions built in. The format of the symposium will be decided based on feedback from submitted proposals and university guidelines concerning COVID-19 as the date approaches. Online and in-person events are being considered. Details will be announced later. Submit a proposal.

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