Missouri University of Science and Technology, Miner Circle, Rolla, MO, United States
By attending TLT 2015, in addition to your renewed energy and inspiration, you will take away connections to others with similar interests. Our goal is to make the TLT 2015 experience a core vehicle for collaboration and the generation of new ideas for using technology in teaching.
This conference is free* to attend and features presentations, workshops, demonstrations, and plenty of chances to mingle with interesting educators from around the country.
* There is no registration fee for attending due to the generous vendor support and efforts of the Information Technology department at Missouri S&T. Attendees are responsible for providing their own travel and lodging arrangements.
What types of sessions are included in TLT 2015?
TLT 2015 will have many different types of sessions. Presentations will be tagged with keywords for easy categorization and searching on the web and mobile app for the conference. Interested attendees should be able to find a tagged session that suits their professional development needs.
There are also several poster sessions for an Educational Research Symposium (Friday, March 13, only), where recipients of educational research mini-grants will be presenting their findings.
Robbie K. Melton, Ph.D. -- Associate Vice Chancellor of Mobilization Emerging Technology; Tennessee Board of Regents
Jeff Schramm, Ph.D. -- Associate Professor of History & Political Science; Missouri S&T
TLT 2015 wil be held at the Butler-Carlton Hall of the Missouri University of Science and Technology on March 12-13, 2015.
15JunPeter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning – The SickKids Hospital