Scholarly Teaching Posters

Scholarly Teaching Posters allow presenters to share their innovative teaching ideas in a visual format without live interaction.  Poster presentations will include a one-page static visual display (created as a slide in PowerPoint or similar program and saved as a PDF) and a brief YouTube or Vimeo video (less than five minutes in duration) explaining the poster. Poster presenters will be expected to respond via text comments to participant questions during their scheduled 30-minute poster session. If accepted, your poster and video will be due August 31 for inclusion in the program. 

Please anonymize the proposal text by removing any references to proposal authors or institutions to allow for blind review. 

The abstract (limit: 150 words) will be shared in the final program and should provide enough description to help participants determine whether and how your poster will benefit them. 

In the poster description (limit: 300 words), please include any additional information for poster reviewers (for example, a description of materials or resources that will be shared with poster participants). The poster description will not be included in the final program. 

A panel of anonymous reviewers will review each proposal to provide recommendations to the conference chair. Reviewers will assess each Scholarly Teaching poster proposal based on the following questions:  

  • Does the proposal focus on a new or noteworthy teaching idea and/or student learning in higher education?  
  • Is the proposal grounded in scholarly reflective practice and/or the literature on teaching and learning? 
  • Does the proposal adequately explain how the idea might be adapted to multiple disciplines or settings?  
  • Is the proposal clearly articulated?