Register for SITT 2024

Digital Divisions, Digital Multiplications - theme for SITT 2024

Attend SITT 2024!

The 2024 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology returns to UC Davis this September, and we hope you will join us!

SITT 2024 will feature UC Davis faculty and staff during two half-days of live online presentations on the mornings of September 12 and 13. Select SITT participants will also create a 2024 library of on-demand talks and interviews available to watch at your convenience. 

As faculty fortunate to teach California’s best university students, we recognize that our students have overcome significant barriers and taken on important challenges before stepping into our classrooms. This year’s theme, “Digital Divisions, Digital Multiplications,” spotlights not only the socio-economic disparities that result in our students’ past and current unequal access to learning technologies and resources, but also the guidance necessary for our students to use these tools effectively in the pursuit of their goals at the university and in their lives. Centering on the strategies, tools, and attitudes UC Davis’ best instructors use to multiply the effectiveness of educational technologies, SITT 2024 will showcase pedagogically innovative and student-focused faculty who are bridging digital divides for their students in every course they teach.

Details about SITT 2024, such as an agenda of speakers and topics, will be shared in the coming months, but please register in Zoom now and mark your calendars, so you can join us to gather strategies, exchange ideas, and contribute to the multiplying of digital affordances and advantages for our students.

If you have any questions about attending SITT 2024, or if you need accommodation to participate, please contact InstructionalDesign@ucdavis.edu to connect with an ATS staff member. Please submit any accommodation requests no later than August 30.


Thanks to the Academic Technology Services graphic design and illustration team for designing the SITT graphics each year, and especially to Matt Verdolivo for this year's visual.