August 15, 2013
The Teaching Professor Technology Conference Features a Jam-Packed Lineup of 72 Sessions
The Teaching Professor is pleased to announce the line-up for the Teaching Professor Technology Conference, coming to Atlanta on October 4-6. With the conference theme of Blended, Flipped & Massive, The Teaching Professor Technology Conference will focus on the pedagogically effective ways you can harness these new technologies in your courses and on your campus.
Whether the courses you teach are face-to-face, online, blended, flipped, or all of the above, The Teaching Professor Technology Conference will help you create a better learning environment. The conference program features a combination of 30-minute Best Practice Presentations and 75-minute Active Learning Workshops for a total of 72 conference sessions (see the Scribd embed below). In addition, the conference is headlined by two top-flight plenary presenters:
- Ray Schroeder – Associate vice chancellor for online learning and founding director of the Center for Online Learning, Research, and Service at the University of Illinois Springfield; and
- Joshua Kim – Director of learning and technology for Dartmouth’s Master of Health Care Delivery Science (MHCDS) program and author of Inside Higher Ed’s Technology and Learning blog.
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