Faculty Training and Education
Upcoming Faculty Education Opportunities
- Conference Twitter hashtag: #3tconf (spread the word!)
- Call for Proposals and submission form (now open! Deadline Dec. 20, 2013)
- Share experiences and expertise
- Discuss common problems
- Brainstorm solutions
- Explore ways to improve learning with technology
At the Core of Teaching, Technology and Transliteracy
When: Friday, March 14, 2014
Where: SUNY Geneseo's Milne Library
What: The fourth annual 3Ts conference is on the way! Join librarians, faculty, instructional designers and K-12 educators in thoughtful and thorough conversations as we go back to the roots of 3Ts and move beyond the standard format of keynote speaker and concurrent presentations. Throughout this one-day conference, you'll engage in workshops where presenters highlight their dynamic teaching collaborations and/or model their instructional technique. In short, you and other participants will ‘do’ rather than ‘hear," and leave at the end of the day armed with an action toolkit for implementation of 21st teaching and learning techniques and technologies at your institution.
SUNY CIT — May 27-30 2014; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
The Conference on Instruction and Technology (formerly the Conference on Instructional Technologies) was established in 1992 by the SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching & Technology (FACT2). Every year SUNY faculty and instructional support professionals come together on a SUNY campus in an informal atmosphere of sharing and networking among colleagues. The Conference provides faculty and instructional support professionals with an opportunity to:
“Online Learning” is inclusive of more than just fully online courses. It includes blended (or “hybrid”) courses and web-enhanced on-campus courses to the same degree.