Session proposals are rolling in! Scroll down to read them, and check back here periodically for new ones. There’s still time for you to propose a session of your own.
As long as you’re here, why not register for the unconference? It’ll help us get a sense of how many people to expect. If you don’t get around to registering, though, you’re still welcome to join us!
Here are a couple of unconference updates. First, activities will begin at 9 a.m. on March 24 in Doty 302E. That’s when participants will decide which sessions will run, and when they’ll run. We may want to roll a couple of sessions together if there’s enough overlap.
Second, Matt Gold’s lunchtime keynote presentation (pizza will be provided) is titled “Open Teaching: The Promise and Perils of Networked Digital Pedagogy.”
See you on the 24th!