2015 FACULTY TEACHING & RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM

The Faculty Development Committee is seeking submissions for the 2015 Faculty Teaching & Research Symposium to be held in UBH on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2015, from 8:30am until 4:30pm. The Symposium will allow faculty to present innovative teaching topics and related current research during oral presentations. As a presenter, you will have the opportunity to share your ideas, experiences and expertise with colleagues. Also, if you would like to be involved in other ways, please indicate your interest on this form. FINAL DEADLINE for abstract submission: FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 2015! (Early submissions are appreciated and encouraged, as those time preferences will be prioritized.) Each presentation time frame is 20 minutes. SUGGESTED TOPICS: effective teaching methods, diversity and cultural considerations, community learning, specific technology training, theoretical models, innovative programs, advocacy, modifications and adaptations, ethical considerations, social policy issues, interventions, outcome measurements and current research trends.
* Required

DEADLINE: Friday, Jan. 16th!

- Submit separate forms if you are involved in more than one session. - Information for ONE presenter is asked below in questions 1-7. If you have multiple presenters, provide INFORMATION FOR QUESTIONS 1-7 FOR ALL ADDITIONAL CO-PRESENTERS IN THE SPACE AT THE END OF THIS FORM.








SUBMISSION INFORMATION

Below, please indicate the information for your session. *Based upon feedback from last year's Symposium regarding the Technology Workshops and the CETL Resources and Needs Survey that was administered, the Technology Workshops category will be included again in this year's program. These workshops are designed for faculty who want to learn how to implement classroom technologies that enhance student learning. The intent is for these to be particularly active and "hands-on" for the audience in terms of format and structure. If you have expertise in a particular form of classroom technology and are interested in leading a workshop, please enter your information below.



Please proofread your abstract/summary! What you submit here is what will be printed in the program.






TIME AVAILABILITY FOR PRESENTATIONS

Note that faculty have been encouraged to provide alternative meaningful learning opportunities for students in lieu of class meetings in order to attend the Symposium.

8:30-9am
9-9-30am
9:30-10am
10-10:30am
10:30-11am
11-11:30am
11:30am-12pm
12-12:30pm
12:30-1pm
1-1:30pm
1:30-2pm
2-2:30pm
2:30-3pm
3-3:30pm
3:30-4pm
4-4:30pm
4:30-5pm

INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Please consider offering your assistance in preparing for and running the conference.


INFORMATION FOR CO-PRESENTERS, ADDITIONAL COMMENTS, ETC.



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