The Teaching Professor Technology Conference will examine the technologies that are changing the way teachers teach and students learn while giving special emphasis to the pedagogically effective ways you can harness these new technologies in your courses and on your campus.
The three-day conference will bring together faculty, instructional designers, faculty developers, educational technology leaders, and other higher education professionals interested in learning more about how technology is altering the learning environment.
Reasons to Attend:
- Reflect and Recharge
Uncover the diverse technologies that are influencing the ways teachers teach and students learn
- Rub Elbows with Technological Thought Leaders
Learn from nationally recognized tech-based teaching experts who are selected by our advisory board in a blind review.
- Connect with Colleagues
Share successes, challenges, and technologically based pedagogical strategies with colleagues and peers who share your curiosity and drive.
- Discover Teaching and Learning Resources
Delve into the latest digital learning tools with in-depth how-to demonstrations.
- Take it to the Next Level
Participate in interdisciplinary programming that will leave you with reliable pedagogical practices to harness technology in your courses and enriching the learning experience for your students
- Build a Personalized Learning Agenda
With multiple concurrent sessions, you choose which sessions and topics are right for you.
As fellow conference participants have said, there is simply no better way to learn the newest ideas about pedagogy, hear the latest research concerning technology in the classroom, collaborate with colleagues, and recharge your batteries than by attending The Teaching Professor Technology Conference.
You’ll get to experience engaging speakers, enriching professional development, and refreshing collegial networking that the higher ed community has come to expect from The Teaching Professor events.
The Teaching Professor Technology Conference will include sessions on:
- Faculty Development
- Course Design
- Active Learning Pedagogies
- Self-Directed Learning
- Student Assessment
Whether the courses you teach are face-to-face, online, blended, flipped, or all of the above, The Teaching Professor Technology Conference will help you create a richer learning experience for your students and a more rewarding teaching experience for yourself.