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Faculty Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

eLearning Services encourages faculty members to submit to scholarship of teaching and learning conferences and journals, especially interdisciplinary and collaborative work.  SOTL conferences are venues for sharing teaching and learning research and best practices, for peer learning, and for networking. Conference attendance and proceedings may be used for faculty teaching portfolios, a springboard for faculty peer-reviewed publications, as well as for recruiting for a particular Lawrence Tech University college or program.

Upcoming Conferences

Below are some conferences that were previously attended by LTU faculty members. The conference calls for proposals usually become available approximately 4-7 months prior to the actual conference.  At this time, a partial travel expense honorarium is not available; however, it may become available in the future.  To save on associated costs, faculty may also consider presenting virtually or attending local conferences.

Two upcoming local conferences include:

  • 8th Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning http://cleo.uwindsor.ca/oakland/
    Oakland University, MI: May 14-15, 2014 | Proposal Deadline: 2/17/14
  • 14th Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning http://lillyconferences.com/tc/
    Traverse City, MI: October 16 – 19 | Proposal Deadline: 5/5/14

Other conferences with upcoming proposal deadlines include:

If you would like to add an upcoming conference, please email the details to elearning@ltu.edu. To be informed of upcoming academic and professional conferences based on your research interests, you may subscribe to this free Web-based service which forwards calls for papers to your Lawrence Tech e-mail address: ConferenceAlerts

Assistance

If you would like assistance with submitting a proposal to one of these or other SOTL conferences, you may email Marija Franetovic mfranetov@ltu.edu to set up a time for an initial consultation. She is available to guide you in the process of brain-storming teaching and learning topics within your discipline, writing and presenting to a particular venue, and in the overall logistics. As an additional resource, you may refer to the New Media Consortium 2014 Horizon Report http://www.nmc.org/publications/2014-horizon-report-higher-ed for a review of upcoming trends in teaching and learning with new media and technologies.