For the locations of the buildings, pre-conference workshops, keynote presentations, and concurrent sessions, please check out the interactive map.
Complementary parking is available for conference registrants on May 2 – 3, 2016 from 8 am to 5 pm on lot 13M (the north side of Luther College). Please download the pdf map and look for the TLt 2016 sign on the parking lot.
Final program and schedule are now available. Please check out the complete program and the final schedule.
Check out the TLt 2016 preliminary program.
On campus accommodation is available in our Residence. The single occupancy rate is $57 (plus GST & PST) per night. To reserve on-campus accommodation, please complete the following form in full and submit by fax to 306-585-5457 or e-mail as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservation made after April 15, 2016 may not be guaranteed.
There will be two pre-conference workshops delivered by Mary Burgess and Alec Couros respectively. Mary Burgess will deliver her workshop titled “Dipping our Toes in the Waters of Open Pedagogy” at 8:45 am and Alec Couros will deliver his workshop titled “Designing for Online & Blended Courses” at 10:15 am on May 2, 2016. For […]
Call for proposals is now closed. Status of the proposals will be sent in early April.
The regular registration fee for TLt 2016 is $195 and $125 for full time registered students. To register, please click here.
We have heard that many of you are just getting back from the Family Day Holiday Week/Reading Week. To ensure that no one would miss the opportunity to submit a proposal, the deadline for submission has been extended to March 11, 2016 at 11:59 pm (Saskatchewan time).
The theme of the TLt 2016 is “Creating Open and Connected Communities”. Submit your proposal no later than February 22, 2016 at 11:59 pm (Saskatchewan time).
The theme of the TLt 2016 is “Creating Open and Connected Communities”. Call for proposals will open in early January.
We are pleased to announce the confirmation of keynote speakers Mary Burgess from BC Campus and Alec Couros from the University of Regina.