There are still a few more days to submit a education session proposal for the 2016 University of Wisconsin Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase. The Showcase will be held April 5-6, 2016.

Share your innovations! How are you using technology in education? How are you making a difference? What technologies are you finding successful? How are you engaging your students? How are your students responding to your social media efforts? What makes your class different and successful? How are you collaborating with others?

Presentations during concurrent sessions will be 45 minutes: 30 minutes for presentations and 15 minutes for questions and answers. All sessions will be given via Blackboard Collaborate webconference. Sessions will be recorded and available for archive viewing. The LTDC highly encourages collaboration, use of appropriate and acceptable technologies, multiple institution, and multiple discipline proposals.

The LTDC is calling for proposals in five breakout session categories: Hot Topics, 
Student Engagement, Faculty Development, How to and Resources, and Learning Environments.

Proposals are due February 12, 2016. Successful proposals will be notified by the end of the month. More details here: