The Active Learning Community is now accepting presentation proposals for this May's Symposium. In addition to a keynote presentation from visiting scholar Kimberly Tanner, this May 15th all-day event will highlight presentations from member of the Rutgers and larger high education communities sharing their research, experiences, and use of active learning. Faculty and staff at Rutgers and beyond are invited to submit ideas for presentations, workshops, poster sessions, and panel discussions. The days sessions will be organized along four tracks: research topics, practioner track, technology track, and special topics.
Visit the proposal page for more information. Forms should be submitted by February 1st.