CALL FOR PROPOSALS! To submit a proposal, please use the Summit’s online proposal submission tool. Note that proposals are due by March 2, 2015. To help prepare your submission, a preview of the CFP form is available.
The planning committee encourages your submissions! Accepted proposals will be presented in breakout sessions in Newcomb Hall. The expanded summit format for the day will include large-group and keynote sessions in the Newcomb Ballroom as well as the faculty-led breakout sessions.
The theme of this year’s Summit is “Engaging Students in Learning and Teaching” and we seek proposals related to this theme. Proposals that include a small team of faculty and students (undergrad and/or grad) are especially encouraged. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Engaging students as teaching and learning partners
- Strategies for teaching large-enrollment courses
- Active learning techniques
- Use of technology in teaching and learning
- Scholarship of teaching and learning
- Use of flexible teaching spaces
Sessions will last 25 minutes and should include time for Q&A or other engaging activities. Proposals with a clear audience interactive/participatory approach are recommended. Acceptable formats for the sessions include:
- Interactive presentations – One or two presenters share a topic of interest in an innovative format that encourages audience participation.
- Panel presentations – A group of several presenters share perspectives around a common topic.
- Demonstration/simulation – One or two presenters share with the audience something they’ve built or created and describe the process
Key Dates for the Proposal Process
|Call for Proposals||January 27, 2015|
|Proposals Due||March 2, 2015|
|Applicants Notified||April 1, 2015|