This year we are inviting showcase presentations through the submission of extended abstracts. They will be published in the conference booklet. Extended abstracts should be no more than 500 words and address at least one of the sub-themes. The due date for the extended abstract is 1st October, 2013.
Presentations will be 20 minutes in length (15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes for questions and discussion). Presenters are encouraged to distribute additional material, such as handouts, during the sessions if they wish. Please refer to the Extended Abstract Guidelines (PDF 72.1KB) when developing your Extended Abstract.
The Teaching Matters 2013 submissions are exclusively online.
Poster proposals submissions will also be exclusively online. Submissions of poster proposals are due 1st October.
Poster proposals should be no more than 250 words and address at least one of the sub-themes. Please refer to the Poster Presentation Guidelines (PDF 85KB) when developing your poster.
Completed posters must be delivered to the Tasmanian Institute of Learning & Teaching (TILT) Office by Wednesday 27th November. The TILT office is located on the Sandy Bay Campus, top floor of the TUU Building, facing French Street.
If you are traveling from Launceston, please ensure you submit your poster to the registration desk ASAP on the morning of the conference (28th November). Poster presenters are invited to present their poster at the Poster Presentations and Drinks section at 4:30pm on Thursday 28th November. Presenters are also encouraged to discuss their work with colleagues during lunch and refreshment breaks.
We would like to invite UTAS Communities of Practices (CoP) members and Teaching Development Grant award winners to present in the Pecha Kucha format at the Teaching Matters 2013. There will be a special time in the conference program dedicated to the Pecha Kucha presentations; they will be presented together at main conference auditorium. However, if you prefer to submit a poster or an extended abstract, please feel free to do so.
Each single presenter will be allocated with a maximum time of 6 minutes and 40 seconds for their presentations, which equates to 20 slides shown for a maximum of 20 seconds each. We have provided a timed powerpoint template (PPT 84KB) which you might like to use. There are plenty of others available on the Internet.
Pecha Kucha proposals should have no more than 250 words.
We would like to invite all UTAS Faculties to showcase their innovations in learning and teaching at the Teaching Matters 2013. Faculties will be contacted by the conference convenors to provide 1 to 2 PowerPoint slides to be showcased during lunch and refreshment breaks.
Please see the Submissions and key dates page for further details.
Authorised by the Head, Tasmanian Institute of Learning & Teaching
3 October, 2013