On-Demand Access: October 27–December 31, 2023
Frequently Asked Questions
This is a non-disciplinary conference. We welcome educators from all levels and departments to participate. Educational developers, instructional designers, academic leaders, secondary-school educators might also find value in the conference.
No. This is a unique conference with proposals specifically submitted to the virtual event.
Possibly. The in-person and virtual conferences are completely separate events with separate calls for proposals. If you are already presenting at one, you may submit a still proposal for the other. All proposals will be peer-reviewed separately with acceptance decisions based on factors related to the format and audience of each conference.
Sessions will be listed after they are reviewed and selected. Please check back for updated information.
You’ll miss the networking sessions. All other content will be recorded for on-demand viewing.
Yes, if the presenter provided them to us. They will be posted to the conference viewing platform.
The call for proposals will be posted to the conference website soon.
We do not offer scholarships or financial assistance to attend the online conference.
YES — the plenary and breakout sessions are being recorded and can be viewed by conference registrants until December 31, 2023. The roundtable events are NOT being recorded—they will only be available on their scheduled dates & times.
Registrants of The Teaching Professor Online Conference get access to both the synchronous and asynchronous sessions. There is no option to sign up for just the synchronous or just the asynchronous sessions.