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TEACHx

A Celebration of Teaching and Learning Innovation

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The call for proposals for TEACHx 2023 is now open! Sessions will include a mix of presentations, panels, workshops, and poster sessions. Send us your best ideas around the following topics:

  • Accessibility
  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Inclusive teaching
  • Innovation through technology
  • Grading and assessment strategies
  • Self-care/empathetic teaching (student care)

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Join us for TEACHx 2023

May 17-18 | Evanston, IL

Held each May, the TEACHx conference showcases innovative approaches to teaching and learning with technology. This annual event brings together instructors, students, learning designers, and technology specialists to make connections, begin collaborations, and learn from their peers.

WHY ATTEND TEACHx?

HANDS-ON LEARNING

TEACHx prioritizes active learning opportunities for attendees. From a drop-in AR/VR lab to try an experimental new teaching technique to a workshop hackathon to boost your digital course's accessibility, you will leave TEACHx with actionable information, not just the theory behind it.

EXPERT PRESENTERS

Presenters at TEACHx represent instructional faculty and staff from a diverse number of colleges and universities across the United States—from small liberal arts colleges to large public universities and everything in between. Keynote speakers include thought leaders from academic institutions and established industry vendors. 

COMMUNITY CONNECTION

The primary goal of TEACHx is to bring together peers to showcase their classroom experiments and celebrate successes in a community-oriented environment. Take this opportunity to come together and talk about what's working and how to address the challenges of the day.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Bryan DewsburyBryan Dewsbury, PhD

TEACHx is thrilled to welcome Dr. Bryan Dewsbury, associate professor of biological sciences at Florida International University, to deliver the 2023 conference's keynote address on the morning of Thursday, May 18. Dr. Dewsbury's work addresses pressing issues such as student retention in STEM fields (especially in higher ed), the under-representation of minority groups in certain STEM fields, and the role of the instructor and student in promoting student learning gains. He is interested in helping to re-frame the education discussion to better address questions of equity and community-building. 

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FEATURED WORKSHOP

Tom TobinThomas J. Tobin, PhD

Thomas J. Tobin will lead the TEACHx 2023 featured workshop on the afternoon of Wednesday, May 17. He is an internationally recognized scholar, author, and speaker on quality in technology-mediated education—especially copyright, teaching evaluation, academic integrity, and accessibility/universal design for learning.

The 2023 Featured Workshop is sponsored by AccessibleNU.

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BE A TEACHx SPONSOR

By sponsoring TEACHx, your organization will have the opportunity to reach teaching and learning professionals who are interested in experiments in education. All sponsors receive acknowledgment in the TEACHx program and placement on the website. Opportunities are available for all levels of engagement.