Our website is now open to submit your proposal to the Higher Education
Teaching and Learning Association <> International
Conference, which will be held here in Orlando next January in cooperation
with the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and
* *at the University of Central Florida <>.  The theme
of this interdisciplinary conference, *Exploring Spaces for Learning*, will
accommodate a wide range of faculty development concerns, including*
with students in informal learning sites, virtual learning spaces, global
classrooms, and sites for experiential learning. A proceedings of book
abstracts will be produced. The best papers will be published in the *HETL
Review <>* online journal.

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The conference will feature three content tracks:**

Track 1: Engaging and retaining students using *cutting-edge technologies*;*

Track 2: Engaging and retaining students using *innovative pedagogies*;****

Track 3: Engaging and retaining students using *international collaborations

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*Proposals are due before May 18.*  Please go to this URL to find more info
about the event and to submit a proposal: .
We hope to see you in Orlando. If you have any questions, please do not
hesitate to contact me. Please forward this announcement to your colleagues.

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Best regards,****

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*Charles Wankel*, St. John's University, New York, Program Co-Chair****

*Melody Bowdon*, University of Central Florida, Program Co-Chair****

*Patrick Blessinger*, HETL, Chair of the Cutting-Edge Technologies Track****

*Olga Kovbasyuk*, Far East Russia Global Learning Center, Chair, Innovative
Pedagogies Track****

*Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch*, Silesian U. of Technology, Chair,
International Collaborations Track

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