Faculty Academy 2010

Attending and Registering

NOTE: The deadline for registering has now passed. You may still attend Faculty Academy, but we cannot guarantee meals, programs, and nametags for un-registered attendees.

Faculty, Instructional Technologist, and Students Present at Faculty Academy 2009

Brad Efford, Jeff McClurken, Serena Epstein, Jim Groom, and Sue Fernsebner Present on "A Domain of One's Own" at Faculty Academy 2009

All members of the UMW community (faculty, students, staff, and alumni), as well as faculty, staff, and leaders from regional universities, libraries, public school systems, and technology businesses are welcome to attend Faculty Academy. We particularly welcome proposals from UMW faculty, students, and staff, but we’re always interested in hearing about work being done in the field of instructional technology at neighboring institutions and schools.

Generally, while much of the Faculty Academy program focuses on celebrating the creative and innovative work of UMW faculty, the event is also meant to inspire a deep and rich conversation among the UMW community, our distinguished speakers, and anyone who is interested in how technology is impacting and augmenting teaching, learning, and the culture of knowledge.

4 Responses to “Attending and Registering”

  1. Steve Fuller on March 12th, 2010 at 10:42 am

    What are the dates? I could not find any indication of which specific days it will be held.

  2. Esther Lee Yook on March 20th, 2010 at 6:56 am

    I look forward to the conference!

  3. Faculty Academy 15 » Faculty Academy 2010 Call for Proposals and Registration on April 17th, 2010 at 4:54 pm

    […] are pleased to announce that the call for proposals and registration is now open for Faculty Academy […]

  4. G. Robert (Bob) Greene on May 8th, 2010 at 9:29 pm

    I’m planning to attend some of the sessions . . . because some of us aren’t getting ready to take our “deserved Summer break,” but rather str start ing classes all over again this coming week (May 11).

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