The Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference offers an ensemble of keynote addresses, faculty innovations during concurrent sessions, technology workshops, and vendor exhibits. The conference program has evolved over the years to reflect emerging trends in technology applications in higher education and shared expertise in online teaching experiences and strategies.
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We are accepting nominees for a Teaching With Technology Award for an instructor who has used technology in innovative and effective ways in classroom or online teaching. You can find out more and submit a nomination below. The deadline is October 1.
Tami Eggleston is a professor of psychology and the associate dean for institutional effectiveness at McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois. Tami loves to teach face-to-face, online, or in blended classes. Tami has won various teaching awards including the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award. Her goal in teaching, presenting, or consulting is to educate, engage, and inspire.
Please read all criteria before submitting a nominee.Award Criteria
Two awards will be given in the following categories:
The two awards will be given to the recipients who best demonstrate pedagogically sound and innovative uses for educational technology in their teaching.
The nominee must be a higher education instructor and a registered attendee of the conference.
Nominations can be made online using the link below. Each nominees must provide examples of how s/he:
For the purpose of this award, the term “innovation” will be loosely defined by the nominees. “Technology” can be anything from computer-based learning devices, software, classroom design, to other devices that aid teaching and learning. “Instruction" or "Teaching” is defined as teaching in undergraduate and graduate courses in higher education.
A subcommittee member will notify the nominee of their nomination so that they may prepare a poster for display on Conference Day 2 (Friday). Posters should be hung up Friday morning by 7:30am.
The purpose of the poster is to share the nominee’s innovative idea. Posters should be 24 inches x 36 inches. Poster hanging material will be provided.
Deadline for nominations is October 1, 2016 by end of business day. Award selection will be made by FTTC planning subcommittee members. Awards will be presented at lunch on the Friday of the conference.Submit a Nomination ×