The Redesign Alliance
All conferences have limited space and time and it is not possible to include all good ideas and new practices in sessions. This poster session provides additional opportunities for faculty to show successful strategies in course redesign that have worked particularly well in their course or in their institution that they would like to share with others.
Posters should highlight the innovative ways institutions are approaching course redesign. Posters should feature new projects or programs and will allow one-on-one discussion between attendees and presenters, creating an informal opportunity to share ideas.
Set-ups will include an easel, a small table and space of about 3 feet. Posters should be attached to poster or foam boards that are 22" x 28". (NCAT will provide 22" x 28" foam boards and binder clips to attach posters for display at the session.) If you bring a laptop to accompany your poster session, note that Internet service will NOT be provided and you must plan to use your laptop's battery for power as electrical outlets will NOT be available for your use.
All posters should focus on aspects of improving learning and/or controlling instructional costs as part of course redesign. Topics should be linked to one of the Redesign Alliance’s eight areas of work: Pedagogy, Resources, Assessment, Underserved Students, Technologies, Learning Materials, Learning Space Design and Change.
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Who May Apply
Anyone planning to attend the conference may apply to be part of the poster session. Accepted applicants must register for the conference and plan to attend the entire Poster Session in person. Applications should follow the format provided on the Application Form.
Deadline: January 30, 2010
All applications should be submitted to Carolyn Jarmon at cjarmon@theNCAT.org and received by January 30, 2010. Notifications will occur by February 15, 2010.
Questions: Contact Carolyn Jarmon, Senior Associate