CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 2013 HETL Association International Conference in Orlando

Monday, April 23, 2012 (Around 2 years ago)

Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL) Association International Conference, Orlando, January 13-15, 2013, in cooperation with the University of Central Florida Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. The conference theme is Exploring Spaces for Learning, with a particular invitation of papers on informal learning sites, virtual learning spaces, experiential learning and global classrooms. Presentations are sought on engaging and retaining students. Presentations on all cutting-edge areas of higher education teaching and administration are invited. Three tracks are meant to accommodate submissions:

Track 1: Engaging and retaining students using cutting-edge technologies; Track 2: Engaging and retaining students using innovative pedagogies; Track 3: Engaging and retaining students using international collaborations.

Details of these tracks are on the website, where information on procedures for submission and registration is to be found.

From: support@hetl.org

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