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Upcoming Conferences


Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Upcoming Conferences

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) provides limited funding and support to UW-Superior educators to attend conferences that promote teaching and learning.  CETL funding is limited, so apply for the event you are interested in attending as early as possible and before any indicated CETL deadline has passed.

Email Emily Levings (x8548) at cetl@uwsuper.edu to reserve your place at the specified conference. Once your reservation is confirmed by CETL as approved for funding, then submit your registration at the conference website. You may coordinate with Emily in the CETL office to register using CETL's procard, or register on your own and CETL with provide reimbursement via a TER submission initiated by you.

Note that CETL will arrange for and coordinate group travel and hotel reservations once the placements are filled for a CETL-funded conference. Reimbursement for lodging and other travel costs will be provided after the event via TER submission. Review general travel requirements at the CETL Travel Funding tab at this site, including submission of your feedback about Teaching and Learning sessions at the conference, to be displayed in CETL's semi-annual on-line CETL Connections Newsletter.

Upcoming Spring 2015
 Conference Opportunities: 

LTDC 2015 Virtual Showcase April 9 & 10.  Join online from your office, 8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. both days. 

OPID Spring 2015 Conference - April 16 - 17  on "Contemplative Pedagogy: A Confluence of Teaching and Learning" to be held at the Heidle House Resort in Green Lake, WI
Conference Website: https://sites.google.com/site/opid2015/home;   Conference flyer          
Twenty-five UW-Superior faculty, academic staff, and students will attend the conference.  Link to descriptions of the project posters and presentations by the twenty-two UW-Superior presenters, including the two 2014-2015 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and the 10 participants of the 2014-15 CETL SoTL Program at UW-Superior.

CETL-sponsored travel funding, arrangements and accommodations, have been finalized for UW-Superior presenters and attendees (Application deadline was February 15, 2015).


Faculty College 2015 - May 26- 29, 2015 at UW-Richland

Visit the OPID website at http://www.uwsa.edu/opid/conf/fc.htm for updated information.

UW-Superior's 2015-2016 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows who will attend the conference are Dr. Sarah Lachance Adams (Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Social Inquiry) and Dr. Brent Opall (Assistant Professor of Management in the Department of Business and Economics).  In addition, CETL nominated the following four faculty to attend this event: Ms. Kay Biga (Assistant Professor of Management/Business Law) and Ms. Edie Wasyliszyn (Assistant Professor of Accounting) both from the Department of Business and Economics, Dr. Bhesh Mainali (Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in the Department of Educational Leadership), and Dr. Maria Cuzzo (Director of CETL as well as Professor of Legal Studies in the Department of Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity).

To apply for this conference, all faculty and instructional staff were invited to submit an email letter of interest to CETL (cetl@uwsuper.edu) by March 3, 2015 (extended from February 17). In their emails they explained how Faculty College fit into their faculty or professional development plans. Nominees for the UW-Superior campus were forwarded by CETL to OPID on Friday, March 6, 2015.  

Link to the conference titles below for access to archives of past on-line conferences.

LTDC 2014 Virtual Showcase - Attend virtual sessions recorded on April 10 and 11, 2014. 

EDUCAUSE 2014 Annual Conference Virtual Sessions - The Best Thinking in Higher Education Information Technology:  Attend virtual sessions recorded from Tuesday, September 30 through Thursday, October 2, 2014. This conference presented a robust, community-generated program that explored today's toughest IT issues facing higher education and convened some of the brightest minds in the community. UW-Superior's Technology Services registered for and collaborated with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning to provide streamed live sessions in the CETL Seminar Room 2074 for virtual participants at UW-Superior. 

Over 75 individual archived recordings from the 2014 Annual Conference, on a variety of IT issues are available for viewing by linking to:
http://www.educause.edu/annual-conference/private-recordings
Link to a session recording by clicking on the line
 "View the Session Recording" located below the session title.
Only sessions with this link are available in the archive.
Sessions are 20 to 60 minutes in length.

 


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