Teaching and Learning Innovations Conference (TLI)

For the past 33 years, the Office of Teaching and Learning has hosted the Teaching and Learning Innovations Conference (TLI).
This annual conference highlights innovative teaching and learning practices, presents scholarship of teaching and learning projects, and celebrates campus teaching award winners. Each year, the conference also focuses on a particular theme related to teaching and learning. Past themes have included creative engagement, experiential learning, and community engagement.

Please join us for the 2021 Teaching and Learning Innovations Conference

Recognizing the ongoing impacts of the pandemic, the 2021 Teaching and Learning Innovations Conference will be delivered in a modified format. Instead of our usual two-day intensive concurrent sessions conference, we have put together a series of speakers and workshops to allow opportunities for Reflecting and Reconnecting on teaching and learning experiences this past year.

This year's conference is free, with opportunities to engage in synchronous sessions distributed over several days, highlighting topics such as: Indigenization, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Experiential Learning, Accessibility, Graduate Student Instructional Development, and opportunities to connect with initiatives emerging from the Provost's Task force on Innovation.

We recognize that this continues to be a challenging period, and our speakers have designed opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to take time to reflect, to celebrate our successes, to acknowledge our challenges, and to identify how the post-pandemic university can become a more inclusive place of learning. Please register for any combination of sessions that you would like to attend by following the links in the session descriptions, or from the full registration page.

We are looking forward to reconnecting with you during TLI 2021!