Calling all GATA Networker-Scholars,

You may have seen this going around the inter-webs yesterday, but in case you didn’t, we’re spreading the word:

***The deadline to submit proposals to the Ninth Annual Windsor-Oakland Conference
on Teaching and Learning has been extended to Monday, March 2nd.***

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Getting involved in Windsor-Oakland is still the best way to connect to the UWindsor teaching and learning community, as well as those researchers that will be attending from all over Canada and the United States. Beyond that, this year’s conference theme Leading Change in Teaching and Learning: Vision, Influence, Action promises for exciting discussion around how we as students, educators, and even student-educators can shape higher education.

Beverley Hamilton notes that organizers “particularly invite proposals about projects and initiatives that have inspired change in teaching and learning.” Sound like any projects you’ve been working on?

Conferences like these are a great way to work on personal development and an opportunity to share your work with the wider community in a safe space (which is tough for new scholars). Yes, you can benefit just by attending conferences, but presenting your work in teaching and learning at Windsor-Oakland can help you to forge meaningful connections with and gain valuable feedback from experienced scholars in the field.

Learn more about Windsor-Oakland and how to submit proposals on the conference website:


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