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SoTLA Conference

Call for Proposals

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SoTLA Conference

Address:
Wayne Hall 324
125 W. Rosedale Avenue
West Chester, PA 19383


Phone: 610-436-2948
Fax: 610-436-2189
Email: PBrander@wcupa.edu

Call for proposals

Call for Proposals

Proposals are no longer being accepted.

Conference Tracks

Hour-long, interactive presentations should focus on research-based strategies of the teaching, learning, and assessment process and use specific strategies to engage the participants.

The five SoTLA conference tracks are as follows:

  1. Online and Blended Learning: Projects focused on teaching and student learning in either the fully online or blended environment.
  2. Assessment: Projects focused on the assessment of student learning at the course, program, or institutional level.
  3. Student Engagement: Projects focused on pedagogical strategies in any of the following areas: fostering motivation, promotion of active learning, building community in the classroom, and/ or ensuring students are appropriately challenged in the classroom.
  4. Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Partnerships: Projects focused on the infusion of curricular experiences to enhance and compliment the curriculum in intentional ways.
  5. Integration of Teaching and Scholarship: Projects focused on research that integrates teaching and scholarship.

Proposal Format

The following must be provided through our online submission:

  1. Title (max. 10 words)
  2. Abstract (to be published in the program; max 100 words)
  3. Proposals Must Include:
    • Clear connection between the title of the proposed presentation and it's content.
    • Clearly stated purpose that is significant and relevant to SoTLA.
    • Evidence that the proposal is grounded in context (theoretical support).
    • Explanation of how presentation contributes current knowledge to SoTLA.
    • Discussion of implications and applications for SoTLA.
    • Plans for engaging the audience in the session. Please model exemplary teaching and learning practices.