Call for Proposals for QEP Technology Symposium

February 16, 2014 at 4:30 pm

QEP Step UpProposals for the 2nd annual QEP Technology Symposium are being sought.

The workshop, “Stocking Your Digital Toolbox for Teaching and Learning,” will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 14-15.

The deadline to submit proposals is 5 p.m. March 7. Notifications sent by April 4, 2014.

Proposals for brief papers, panels, best practices, roundtables, tutorials, posters, workshops, demonstrations, student-faculty presentations, student presentations, and faculty presentations. The Symposium is a valuable opportunity to share ideas, explore a variety of strategies, approaches & outcomes and most importantly network with others from the local community who share an interest in teaching and learning with technology.

The Symposium is open to the Upstate community and area universities, colleges, and schools. The symposium will include presentations by faculty and students who have been teaching and learning in our Technology Intensive Courses as a part of the Student Technology Enrichment Program. In addition, we welcome a wide range of presenters – novice to expert, faculty, staff and students — and a variety of presentation formats.

The symposium offers an opportunity to share and learn about innovative uses of technology in teaching and learning in the liberal arts and the professions. We hope to create new connections among all participants – faculty, staff and students – who are interested in exploring technology tools to enrich and enhance teaching and learning.

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The conference invites proposals from introductory through advanced on topics related to:

1.         Teaching and learning with technology

2.         Strategies to develop explore and develop digital literacy

3.         Innovative projects for enhancing/enriching learning with technology tools

4.         Exploration of new tools and practices for technology infusion in teaching

5.         Course redesign to feature technology infusion

6.         Experiences/lessons learned to inform teaching practice

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For more information feel free to contact Cindy Jennings at cjennings@uscupstate.edu or by phone at 864-503-5470.