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Conference Dates: March 18-31, 2022
Conference Location: Virtual
Conference Theme: Best Practices for Promoting Engages Student Learning
Proposal Submission Deadline: December 1, 2021
Proposal Acceptance Notification: January 30, 2022

Community, Connection, and Compassion

More than any other time in the history of higher education, educators are in the midst of unchartered territory. We have experienced pandemic teaching, social unrest and isolation, but instead of having this define us as scholars we can grow by sharing our collective wisdom and teaching experience. The 2022 USG Teaching & Learning Conference has been re-formatted to allow you to first engage in on-demand and asynchronous material, then elaborate on what you learned via guided group discussions, and finally, an option to connect in person with your colleagues and peers at one of four regional events.

Over the two-week event, attendees will watch and comment on short asynchronous presentations organized into the four conference themes. The last day of each week of the virtual conference will be a synchronous unconference in which the video presenters will facilitate discussion sessions based on the comments and annotations attendees left after viewing the videos.

Submit a Presentation Proposal to the USG Teaching & Learning Conference


Submit Proposal

  1. Click Submit Proposal.
  2. Create a Digital Commons Account.
  3. Fill in the proposal form and click on Submit.

Your proposal will undergo a blind review process, and you will receive notification of the decision regarding your proposal.

Presenters for the USG Teaching & Learning Conference can permanently store presentations and supporting materials in the conference site. Please submit your materials by e-mail to digitalcommons@georgiasouthern.edu and they will post within three business days.

E-mail Presentation Materials

Why Submit Your Presentation? More exposure for your work! Presentations are searchable through Google, and you will receive reports showing how many people have downloaded your presentation. You can also apply a Creative Commons License to your presentation, which controls how people can use your presentation materials.

What can you upload? PowerPoint Slides, papers, handouts, video, audio, and any other documents you used during your presentation.

Need Help? Email for help on submitting proposals and presentations. If you have questions about the conference (ex. registration), please visit the Conference Homepage for further information.