CoTL Is Pleased to Announce Our 2015 Keynotes

Elizabeth Barkley Foothill College Freeman Hrabowski University of Maryland Baltimore County On Monday, May 11, at 8:30am, we will have Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, a leading figure in STEM education and one of the best college presidents in the country.  On Tuesday, May 12, also at 8:30am, we will have Dr. Elizabeth Barkley, one of the […]

And the winner is…

The final finishing touch on CoTL 2014 was wrapped up today when we awarded our Grand Prize to Rene Culler, Assistant Professor of Glass Blowing in the Department of Visual Arts at USA.  We moved our conference evaluation process online this year, and as an incentive to get people to participate, we offered our best […]

About the 2014 Conference

The Fourth Annual South Alabama Conference on Teaching and Learning will be held May 12-13, 2014, at the newly renovated Student Center on the campus of the University of South Alabama in Mobile. We developed this conference to showcase high quality, engaging, and innovative pedagogy among our colleagues. The theme for this year’s conference is “Motivation & […]

Introducing 2014 Keynote Speaker Dee Fink

Dr. Dee Fink is an expert in the field of pedagogy and technology. From 1979-2005 he conducted his research at the University of Oklahoma and now serves as a Professor of Emeritus. At that university he served as the Founding Director of the Instructional Development Program. He recently served as the President (2003-2005) for the […]

Introducing 2014 Keynote Speaker Christy Price

A professor of psychology at Dalton State College, Christy Price has been teaching at the collegiate level for 20 years. She is a nationally recognized authority on innovative teaching techniques to engage millennial learners and was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as the Outstanding U.S. Professor for 2012 in the Baccalaureate Colleges category. Dr. […]

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It’s nice to know that we are a step ahead of Harvard…

Harvard University recently held a daylong conference on teaching and learning, and I must say that it is refreshing to see that they talked about the same kinds of things that we talked about last year and will be talking about again. To find out more about their conference, click here.

Proposal Deadline Extended

The deadline for proposals for the 2012 South Alabama Conference on Teaching and Learning has been extended to February 10th. Proposals can be submitted here.

South Alabama Conference on Teaching and Learning

Yesterday’s First-Annual South Alabama Conference on Teaching and Learning was an amazing success. After hoping to attract 60 to possibly 100 attendees, we well exceeded the 150 mark! Both keynote addresses were fabulous, and the presentations that I saw in the concurrent sessions were on par with or better than what I typically see at […]