Past ITLS Conferences
The 2018 ITLS was held on April 13, 2018. The keynote, Dr. Maria Andersen, led off with an inspiring talk about how faculty can actually THRIVE in the digital age. We had 20 presentations from UH System faculty and instructional support staff, as well as a Blackboard representative.View select presentations View full schedule View keynote info
The 2017 Innovative Teaching and Learning Symposium was held on April 21, 2017 at the University of Houston Student Center. Joanna Hunt, accessibility specialist and Senior Product Manager for Accessibility at Amazon Kindle, delivered the Keynote address on "Building Inclusive Learning Experiences". The biggest ITLS to date with over 20 presentations, this year's conference focused on accessibility.View select presentations View full schedule View keynote info
The 2016 Innovative Teaching and Learning Symposium was held on April 15, 2016 at the University of Houston Main Campus. Dr. Derek Bruff, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University, delivered the Keynote address on "More Than Just Shiny Objects: Using Technology to Support Student Learning". Joined by 200 faculty and instructional support staff from across the UH System, the day was spent showcasing new approaches to teaching and learning.View select presentations View full schedule
The 2015 Innovative Teaching and Learning Symposium was held on April 24, 2015 at the University of Houston Main Campus. Dr. Ike Shibley, Associate Professor of Chemistry Penn State, Berks, delivered the Keynote address on "Why Should I Blend My Course?". This first annual Symposium brought together faculty to discuss topics related to Quality Learning, Mobile Learning, Security and Accessibility in teaching.View select presentations
The Innovative Teaching and Learning Symposium, a joint venture for all four UH System Universities (UH, UH-Downtown, UH-Clear Lake, and UH-Victoria), is designed to bring together individuals interested in the review and evaluation of emerging technologies. We are interested in interactive sessions for workshops, discovery sessions, information sessions, and hands-on demonstrations that engage and inform participants.