T3+BlendLAC 2020 will be held virtually July 20–24, 2020
We are glad to announce that T3+BlendLAC 2020 will still take place this year in a fully online format. The conference will be a free event held throughout the week of July 20–24, 2020, during which presenters and attendees will have asynchronous and synchronous opportunities to engage with others in presentations and workshops, as well as to attend our keynote and plenary presentations, virtually.
If you wish to withdraw your proposal from this online conference, please contact Maria Ocando Finol email@example.com before May 25, 2020.
If you still wish to participate, we will be accepting pre-recorded conference material between May 20 and July 17. Please see below for details.
Once we have a sense of who is participating in the online version of the conference, we will post an updated conference schedule.
Instructions for 20–minute presentations
We are asking all presenters and panelists to submit a recording of their presentation to our conference playlist. This can be as simple as a voice-over narration of slides, but you are welcome to add other media or capture in another format if you desire. If you have a Google/YouTube account, we ask that you upload your presentation there and then add it to the T3+BlendLAC 2020 collaborative playlist using the instructions on our Information for Presenters page. We will make this playlist available to the conference audience during the week of July 20-24 and offer synchronous and asynchronous channels for viewers to connect with presenters who opt in. We be in touch with more details on these options as we get closer to the date.
Instructions for workshop presenters
Organizers will contact you individually to discuss potential ways to move workshops to an online format (e.g. Zoom live webinar or meeting, asynchronous hands-on lesson plans, etc.).
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.
To learn more about past conference topics and presentations, visit our conference archive.