T3 + BlendLAC is a joint forum hosted by Bryn Mawr College and St. Norbert College for scholars and academics to present and share their practices, methods, experiences and findings related to blended learning and the transformative uses of technology.
The conference supports and promotes the combination of online and face-to-face instruction intended to support, enhance, and develop high-impact learning experiences that embody the values of a liberal arts education, as well as technology-enhanced practices that transform learning and teaching through the use of technology.
Call for Proposals
We invite proposals on topics including, but not limited to:
Digital competencies, digital citizenship, and digital wellness
Experiential and service learning
- Blended learning spaces, libraries and resource centers
- Critical making
- Emerging technologies
- Task-based tech-mediated learning
- Assistive technology and accessibility
- Blended learning beyond the single course
- Diversity, equity, and inclusion in blended experiences
Proposals that include critical perspectives on these topics, promote blended learning beyond single courses, and stimulate discussion about digital culture resistance are particularly welcome.
Most presenters at T3 + BlendLAC are faculty and academic professionals from and beyond liberal arts colleges. We also seek presentations that promote student voices, including projects in which students are key collaborators, or that encourage students as knowers.
Proposals must follow one of the following formats:
- 20-minute presentations including praxis reports, implementation blueprints, tech demos, and action research
- 75-minute panels (at least three presenters offer different perspectives)
- 75-minute hands-on interactive workshops
- 5-minute lightning round presentations
Submitting your proposal
Please note that you will need to create a free account in our BePress system in order to make a submission. Submit a 250-400-word proposal describing your project or topic and its connection to blended learning. Proposals will be reviewed based on their relevance to the conference, pedagogical soundness, and presentational outlook. The extended deadline for proposals is February 23, 2020. Presenters will be notified of their acceptance by February 28, 2020.