21st Annual ITL Conference
Come Join Us for a Day of
The Center for Teaching Excellence and the Division of Information Technology Learning Technologies are celebrating their 21st year of co-hosting the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference. What started as a half-day symposium in 1993 has grown to a two-day event with pre-conference workshops and a full day of keynote presentations, lunchtime networking, and breakout sessions provided by University of Maryland faculty representing disciplines as diverse as communication, environmental and civil engineering, French and Italian, psychology, English, University libraries,and the Office of Undergraduate Studies, to name a few.
Preconference workshops will be led by CTE Lilly Fellows, Dr. Marcio Oliveira, as well as representatives from Turning Technologies and Instructure, to name a few. These workshops will provide the university instructional community an opportunity to explore teaching strategies and technologies in an interactive environment. Preconference workshop registration will open on Monday, April 7.
The morning keynote was provided by Ben Bederson, Associate Provost of Learning Initiatives and founding Executive Director of the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center (TLTC). Watch his presentation on An Introduction to the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center here.
The luncheon keynote was provided by Devlin Daley, Co-founder and ex-CEO of Instructure. His presentation on The 2014 EdTech Forecast: The world didn't end in 2012 so where is EdTech going in the future? can be viewed here.
Participation in the conference is free for the University of Maryland instructional community, although registration is required. Registrants and participants can follow the conference on Twitter at LT_UMD starting on April 7, 2014.