2017 Symposium RFP
Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology! Again this year, we are striving to showcase the amazing Penn State teaching community and the ways it leverages technologies in the service of academic enrichment and student learning. We are excited to consider your presentation proposal.

The call for proposals will be open until Monday, November 28, 2016.

This proposal submission form has two pages.The first addresses basic information about the lead presenter and session information.The second page asks for information regarding additional presenters. The submission button will appear at the end of the second page. Even if you are submitting a proposal for a single presenter, please be sure to navigate to the end of the page 2. Your proposal submission will not be accepted by Google Forms unless you click the submit button at the bottom of the page 2.

Please be sure to view the Symposium Proposal Rubric - http://bit.ly/tltsym17rubric.

Thank you and good luck!
The 2017 Symposium for Teaching and Learning Planning Committee

Presenter Information
First Name: *
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Last Name: *
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Penn State User ID: *
e.g. akb125
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Title: *
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What is your primary role at Penn State? *
Location: *
Session Information
Format: *
Is this submission for a specialized World Campus / Online Learning talk? *
Session proposals are being accepted for an new World Campus track, offering the latest in Penn State’s innovation in online teaching and learning.
Title: *
(Maximum of 10 words - titles longer than 10 words may be shortened)
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Abstract: *
(Short presentation description that will be published in the online program - fewer than 100 words)
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Objective(s) *
What will attendees know or be able to do after participating in the proposed session?
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Description (250 Word Limit) *
(Long presentation description that will be used to evaluate the proposal submission based upon the TLT Symposium Proposal Rubric - http://bit.ly/tltsym17rubric). What will attendees learn about improving or enhancing teaching and/or student learning? What will they learn about technology? Will they learn about innovative use of an existing technology? Or will they learn about cutting-edge technology used in a pedagogically compelling way? How do you know that what you are presenting is effective, holds promise, and will be of interest to participants? What will you do in your presentation to engage attendees (e.g., small group discussions, audience polling, debate)?
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Please provide one to three keywords that describe the focus of your session. With the most relevant appearing first.
Keyword 1 *
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Keyword 2
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Keyword 3
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