The call for proposals for the 2010 Symposium has closed. We received a large volume of high quality submissions again this year and we will do our best to accommodate everyone. Notifications of acceptance will be sent out prior to the end of the semester. Thank you to everyone who submitted. Your proposals really showcase some of the great work that is happening in teaching, learning, and research across the university.
This year’s symposium will feature a morning keynote address by Dr. Michael Wesch, assistant professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University, a faculty lunch panel discussion, “Using Social Media to Engage Students,” and a poster session at the end of the day. During the day we will also feature over 20 faculty-led breakout sessions showcasing innovative uses of technology to enhance teaching learning and research, a hands-on demonstration room, a Digital Media Commons showcase room, and a Educational Gaming Commons showcase room. If you have not done so already, please register to attend.