The Greater Cincinnati Service Learning Network (GCSLN) and the Kentucky and Ohio Campus Compacts are co-hosting a service learning conference on February 8th, 2019 at Northern Kentucky University. They soliciting breakout session proposals that highlight the diverse ways in which students, teachers, and faculty members work together with community leaders and stakeholders to improve the common good in your institution’s service area.
Do you have an exceptional strategy to share? Do you have a new theory or practice that might enhance teaching and learning, faculty development, educational practices, or student engagement at your institution and beyond? Presenters are encouraged to engage their audience, so preference will be given to those submissions that specify how this engagement will be provided. The conference will host an opening session on transparency in learning and teaching. Presenters will also have the opportunity to submit their work for consideration in the annual Proceedings, published by New Forums Press.
Threads might include but are not limited to:
Use of technology to enhance transparency in teaching and learning
Creative instructional techniques that engage students in transparent learning, especially deep learning
Faculty development initiatives, programs, and processes that promote transparency in teaching and learning
New ways to use Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to enhance transparency in teaching and learning
Strategies for incorporating diversity, culturally responsive pedagogy, and/or inclusive excellence into transparent teaching and learning
High-Impact Educational Practices that enhance transparent teaching and learning
Student perspectives on transparent teaching and learning
The Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference brings together part-time instructors for a day of professional development and networking. All adjunct faculty, at any university, are invited to attend this conference.
AAC&U is the leading national association concerned with the quality, vitality, and public standing of undergraduate liberal education. AAC&U organizes its work around four broad goals:
-LEAP: Liberal Education as a Global Necessity
-Quality: 21st Century Markers for the Value of US Degrees
-Equity: Innovation, Inclusive Excellence, and Student Success
-Social Responsibility: Integrative Liberal Learning for the Global Commons
The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL) serves faculty members, staff, and students who care about teaching and learning as serious intellectual work. The goal of the Society is to foster inquiry and disseminate findings about what improves and articulates post-secondary learning and teaching.
For thirty-five years, teacher-scholars from across the U.S. and internationally have gathered annually the weekend before Thanksgiving to share innovative pedagogies and discuss questions, challenges, and insights about teaching and learning.
The Research on Teaching and Learning Summit originated in 1993 as the Georgia Conference on College & University Teaching. The Summit offers concurrent sessions on cutting-edge issues in pedagogy and student learning in a relaxed, congenial atmosphere. There are also opportunities for participants to network with fellow educators.
The SoTL Leadership Team is comprised of Georgia Southern faculty, who are actively engaged in SoTL at the local, national, and international level. Its primary purpose is to actively collaborate with the Centers for Teaching and Technology (CT2) in guiding, supporting, and assessing the “SoTL at Georgia Southern” initiative.
Annually, the CT2:
-Sponsors campus-wide SoTL Award and SoTL Fellowships,
-Facilitates SoTL learning communities where faculty come together to gain a better understanding of SoTL and develop their own projects,
-Supports the publication of the International Journal on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ijSoTL), and
-Hosts the SoTL Commons conference.
At this two-and-a-half-day event, you’ll gain the skills and confidence you need to improve teaching and learning through the pedagogical use of technology. Learn from innovators whose presentations showcase proven methods and tools that they use with their students.
Convergence is the single event that brings together professionals in information technology, academic libraries, online learning, and instructional design from all the public and private colleges and universities in Kentucky and the surrounding states. Sponsored by Kentucky post-secondary institutions and private sector partners, Kentucky Convergence is a conference that emphasizes innovations and best practices in the fastest-growing areas of higher education.