Virtual Teaching & Learning Conference
This message has been approved by Robert Fuselier, Director of the Office of Distance Learning, for distribution to faculty and staff.
From accessibility to virtual reality, the 11th annual Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment virtual conference offers a range of individual sessions. The conference, presented by Northeastern State University, runs from February 3–14. The Office of Distance Learning is pleased to offer this learning opportunity to the FSU community. All faculty and staff are invited to participate.
Spanning two weeks, the conference delivers 60 one-hour sessions via Zoom (six sessions per weekday). Topics include accessibility, discussion boards, online orientations, open educational resources, quality course reviews, virtual reality, and more. Each session is live and interactive, so you’ll have the opportunity to engage with higher education professionals from around the world. All sessions will be recorded, so you can catch up on any sessions you may have missed as well as view recordings from previous conferences.
To join a session, visit the Conference Schedule page. To the right of each session title will be a Zoom link. At the appropriate time, choose your session and click on the Zoom link. When asked to type your name to log in, please type your First Name, Last Name, plus the name of your institution (e.g., John Smith – FSU). No additional password or code is needed.
For more information on the conference and details about the sessions, visit the Conference page.