University Place, Portland State University
310 SW Lincoln St
Portland, Oregon 97201
In previous years, the NWACC Academic/Instructional Technology Roundtable was comprised of a series of roundtable discussions about a variety of topics relevant to educational technologists. This year, all our sessions will focus on the topic of Faculty Development. Discussions will include, but are not limited to:
- What are the teaching and learning challenges faced by faculty today?
- What tools and techniques address these challenges?
- Are there best practices for teaching with technology?
- Can we as a group create an online faculty development program for faculty who teach online?
As always, participants will have the opportunity to share, learn and collaborate with their colleagues from NWACC member institutions.
Agenda: Download the agenda here.
Registration: Registration is closed and the workshop is full. If you have questions about your registration, contact Molly.
Workshop Attendance and Cost: Information technologists, librarians, and others from NWACC member institutions who assist faculty, students, and staff in making effective use of educational technologies are welcome to participate in this roundtable. Attendance is limited to 50 participants. NWACC will subsidize the registration, hotel, and travel costs for all participants.
Award for Educational Technology: The Award for Innovation in Educational Technologies recognizes instructional technologists (or technology teams) at NWACC member institutions who have
displayed innovation in the design, development, and/or support of instructional technologies.
The award program is designed to share proven strategies and inspire new ideas in the integration of information technology with teaching and learning. To facilitate this, recipients present their work and host a plenary session at the Instructional Technology Roundtable. Winners receive a $500 cash award.
Download the award application/nomination form here. Submit the completed form to email@example.com. Applications are due by October 15, 2013.
Location and Directions: The workshop will be held at the University Place Hotel on the Portland State University campus. Portland's light rail system, the MAX, provides convenient transportation between the airport and the hotel. Schedule and route information is available on the Trimet website.
Onsite parking will be billed directly to NWACC. Overnight guests will receive a parking pass when they check in. Day-only guests will tell the parking booth attendant that they are with the NWACC event and will be issued a parking pass.
Lodging: Room costs at the workshop hotel will be covered directly by NWACC for the nights of Nov 6 and 7. If you requested hotel accommodations at registration, you will receive a confirmation number from the hotel via email. If you have questions about your reservation or need to make a change, contact the hotel at 866-845-4647. Attendees will need to present a credit card at check-in to cover incidental costs.
Meals: NWACC will provide dinner on Nov 6; breakfast, lunch, and snacks on Nov 7; and breakfast on Nov 8. NWACC will reimburse dinner expenses on Nov 7.
Travel Reimbursements: Reimbursement requests should be submitted within 21 days of the event and require original receipts. For mileage reimbursements, the only documentation required is your starting address, for distance verification.
Questions: Email Molly or call 503-498-8935.