Call for Proposals

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Proposals are being accepted for the Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium, a regional symposium for faculty on using technology to enhance teaching. It is held in partnership with Ithaca College’s Educational Technology Day on Thursday, March 19, 2020.

Since 2010, FLFDN has partnered with the Educational Technology Day at Ithaca College to provide our group and faculty members we serve an opportunity to share their work with others during the Teaching and Learning Symposium. This year Ed Tech Day celebrates 30 years and we are seeking presenters who want to share innovative uses, best practices, and scholarship of new and established educational technologies. Detailed information regarding the call for proposals can be viewed in the Ed Tech Day 2020 Call for Proposals document.

To submit a proposal please complete the Teaching and Learning Symposium Ed Tech Day 2020 Google form. Proposals are due February 15, 2020.

Session Format

Presentations are 20-25 minutes including Q&A and may be conducted in formats such as hands-on, demonstration, discussion, presentation, or panel.

Presentations may:

  • Demonstrate and discuss innovative educational strategies and technologies implemented
  • Share tools and tricks to manage courses and workload
  • Offer insight regarding technology, methods, questions used to guide and study research
  • Showcase emerging technologies and its potential value and impact on education

Special Events in 2020

Teaching & Learning Symposium presenters and attendees who register for Ed Tech Day 2020 in advance will be invited to attend a Lunch & Learn session along with members of the Finger Lakes Faculty Development Network.

For more information about submitting a proposal to the 2020 Teaching and Learning Symposium

Visit the Ed Tech Day Symposium page on the Finger Lakes Faculty Development Network website

Questions about the Teaching and Learning Symposium

Contact Jenna Linskens via email at  

The Finger Lakes Faculty Development Network is an organization linking people involved in faculty development at campuses in central and western New York. Regular meetings rotate among member campuses or through web conferencing. Anyone interested in being involved in FLFDN may refer to the Membership page on the Finger Lakes Faculty Development Network website