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6th annual Rutgers University–Camden Faculty eLearning Conference is April 11, 2019

Call for Proposals is open now: submit your proposal today!

The eLearning Conference is a free one-day conference for all full- and part-time faculty at Rutgers University–Camden.
The conference is free for all Rutgers-Camden faculty and $30 for attendees from outside institutions

Who should attend?

This conference is for you if you’re a full- or part-time instructor and you’re interested in:

  • engaging students in classroom discussions and activities;
  • creating interactive communities of learners online;
  • trying new types of student assessments that teach as well as measure;
  • sharing your experiences with online and hybrid delivery; or
  • spending a full day with fellow faculty members, discussing how best to teach and inspire our students.

The Rutgers University–Camden Faculty eLearning Conference 2019 is a great opportunity for fellowship and learning. We look forward to sharing ideas with you!

Thanks for helping make our 2018 event a success!

Our 5th annual Rutgers University–Camden Faculty eLearning Conference took place on March 1, 2018.

Eighty-five percent of faculty who attended plan to incorporate new technological tools and/or pedagogical methods in their teaching, according to the post-conference survey. Survey participants indicated they plan to begin using a variety of tools in their classrooms: student polling tools, social media, Adobe Spark, OER, and VoiceThread.

Overall, our 2018 attendees had a positive learning experience at the conference. Here are some examples of comments:

  • “I really liked the format. I enjoyed the short, engaging sessions that provided a wide array of topics to choose from.”
  • “I thought the conference was amazing. I really enjoy when something is well organized and runs so smoothly. I think one of the best features was that each session was only 30 minutes, which enabled the presenters to have low-stress and the attendees to see a variety of sessions as opposed to seeing only 1 or 2. It was really run beautifully and breakfast and lunch were much appreciated. It was an enjoyable, professional, and academic day.”
  • “This was a great conference, well organized with a lot of informative speakers and conversations. Thank you so much for hosting and organizing it.”
  • “I really enjoyed the conference and took away something new from each session I attended. Great job! I’m already looking forward to next year’s conference.”

Faculty Advisory Council

Bill FitzGeraldTracie PaulsonDana Pilla

Thanks to our Faculty Advisory Council at Rutgers University–Camden: Bill FitzGerald, Teaching Matters & Assessment Center and English; Dinesh Iyer, Management;  Tracie Paulson, Biology; Dana Pilla, World Languages; and Wanda Williams, Nursing

Questions or comments about the conference? Please contact idt@camden.rutgers.edu.

Hosted by Instructional Design & Technology at Rutgers–Camden
(856) 225-6090 • idt@camden.rutgers.edu