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Call for Papers has been extended to 24th May, 2019.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of this leading conference.

Are you Interested in Presenting at TLC ANZ 19?

 

Presenting at the Teaching and Learning Conference ANZ is a chance for you to have a voice amongst your peers. Whether you’re experienced or brand new to presenting, join us to share your challenges from the past or opportunities for the future; we want to hear what you have to say.

This year, we are looking for presentations that fit within six of these themes:

Instructional & Learning Experience Design
Explore methods for ensuring you are building a learning environment that has students at the heart of the design and their learning experience. Critical design considerations like activities, content, assessments, technology, and services all contribute to how learners think, learn and behave.

Using Analytics to Drive Learner Success
You make institutional choices every day that may change the course of a learner’s life. Now, find out how to make data-informed decisions to close achievement gaps and improve student engagement. Learn how different institutions and organisations are leveraging data to drive learner success.

Supporting the Learner Beyond the Classroom & Curriculum
Supporting the student outside of the classroom is critical to an institution’s success. By optimising people and process, institutions can better identify students at risk, increase enrollment, improve retention, and enhance the overall educational journey. Learn how organisations are easing the learner’s responsibilities outside of the classroom through process re-engineering, integrated technology, and nurturing faculty/ staff interactions.

Enhancing the Teaching & Learning Journey
Learners’ expectations are ever-evolving as the world and learning opportunities continue to rapidly change. Share your experiences on what the key challenges facing educators are and the solutions that are resolving and further enhancing the teaching and learning at institutions.

Competency & New Methods of Learning Assessment
As institutions embed more active, authentic and collaborative learning and assessment activities into their courses we see a greater use of the LMS the way it should be used. This theme allows you to share how you use the LMS and associated tools to drive new methods of digital assessment.

Technology Enhanced Learning Architecture & Roadmap
Upgrading enterprise systems, adopting new technologies, or moving to the cloud can be a daunting tasks as you think about change management for educators and learners. See the best practices and tips from other institutions about how they approached these initiatives and improved the teaching and learning experience for their faculty, students, and staff.  It is also an opportunity to review and provide feedback on the latest roadmaps.

Submitting an Abstract

 

Abstracts are to be submitted as Microsoft Word documents and must not exceed 500 words. Creating an author account and uploading an abstract Prepare your abstract according to the submission guidelines and click the Submit Abstract button below.

1. Create an author account with EasyAbstracts

2. Complete the online submission form

3. Upload your abstract If you submitted content to recent Blackboard TLC ANZ events you may already have an author account and password.

Login using your email address and password. You will be requested to complete an online form and upload your abstract as an MS Word .doc or .docx file. EasyAbstracts, will automatically append an ID number to your file name for identification.

How Will I Know That I Have Successfully Uploaded My Abstract?

 

Submitting an abstract involves two steps. Completion of the submission form and the upload of the abstract. Advice that your submission and file upload have been successful, will appear on your screen as “Your submission was saved successfully” and “The file was successfully uploaded”. You can also check under the “My Submissions” tab where your abstract will appear with an ID number.

Guidelines for Presentations

  • The content of submissions should relate to the use of any of Blackboards Teaching and Learning technologies to solve challenges on and off campus.
  • Share your recent innovations from across our full suite of solutions, what’s coming next and how they support your institutions visions and strategies into the future.
  • There are two types of sessions available at TLCANZ19 – 30 minute presentation or an interactive workshop for 60 or 90 minute duration. Sessions can be given by one or more speakers/institutions on a topic of interest, panel discussion or case study with time for questions and answers.
  • Multiple submission entries may be made for different presentations.
  • All prospective presenters must register their details in order to be considered.
  • Deadline for submission is Friday 10th May, 2019.
  • Successful candidates will be notified via their registered email on Friday 7th June on their acceptance of their paper.

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