Present at SITT 2022!
We are thrilled to announce that the Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology (SITT) will return for 2022 on Thursday and Friday, September 8th and 9th!
For the third year in a row, SITT will be fully online, blending live webinars and asynchronous content presented by faculty speakers. This year’s theme, “Unmuting Our Students,” acknowledges the challenge of encouraging students to engage with class activities. SITT will showcase instructors who are building active learning into their online, hybrid, and in-person teaching with a variety of technologies and strategies.
We hope you will attend SITT and that you will propose a presentation. If you would like to contribute to this year's SITT, please submit your proposed topic in this form by Tuesday, May 24, 2022. All the 50 to 100-word proposals will be reviewed by the faculty, staff, and graduate students on the SITT Advisory Committee. Presenters will be notified of the committee’s decisions during the first week of June.
As with SITTs of the past 30 years, faculty presenters and ATS staff will offer presentations and microtalks on their teaching experiences and innovations, with a focus this year on engaging our students. This year SITT will feature three types of content: live (Zoom) talks, and pre-recorded talks, pre-recorded interviews with Dr. Andy. Consider what format would work best for your proposed ideas, remarks, stories, and data. Depending on what the SITT planners feel is the best use of our synchronous time together, proposed speakers may be asked to consider a different mode of presenting their content. All of SITT will be recorded for subsequent review.
Please reserve Thursday and Friday, September 8th and 9th for the 2022 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology. To communicate to us your interest in attending SITT and to receive more information, please complete this short registration form. There is no cost to join. Additional details will be posted on the SITT website and emailed to all registrants late in the summer closer to the week of the event.
September 8 and 9
Please add SITT to your calendar now,
And plan to propose a talk, presentation, or interview