The TennTLC is hosting its first national teaching and learning conference, Design Interface—Creating Spaces to Experience Learning, and is calling for submissions for papers, posters, or panels for this conference. Proposals are due by Thursday, December 17. Submit a proposal.
The conference is March 31-April 1 and will address issues of real and virtual learning spaces in higher education and the impact on teaching and student learning. Attendance to the conference is free for faculty, graduate students, and staff. Learn more about the conference and register to attend.
The conference features many leaders from our campus including Dave Matthews, Dave Irvin, Teresa Walker and is supported by the provost’s office and Associate Provost Matthew Theriot, Hodges Library, and the Classroom Upgrade Committee.
The key note address will be given by Julie K. Little, vice president of teaching, learning, and professional development for Educause.