Online Conference

STEMtech Online

Join educators, industry leaders, and others to discuss increasing student access into and success in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors and careers. The 2011 STEMtech Online conference is designed to help educators explore the strategic use of information technology to better serve their students, campuses, and communities.


October 12, 2011



League for Innovation in the Community College & LearningTimes


STEMtech Online will provide several exciting opportunities for collaboration, education, and networking, including presentation materials, speaker bios and images, a searchable directory of participants and resources, and discussion boards.  As an added bonus, STEMtech Online participants receive a one-year membership to iStream, the League for Innovation’s web-based professional development portal.

The League for Innovation has assembled the very best STEM and technology thought leaders who will share information about the growing importance of STEM and the strategic use of technology to better serve students, campuses, and communities.

STEMtech Online will consist of live presentations, presenter bios and images, a searchable directory of participants and resources, and discussion boards. The STEMtech Online community will also be home for conference correspondents who will post pictures, recorded interviews, and their own written observations of the event. A live chat room will be available for STEMtech Online participants.

The STEMtech Online community will act as the hub for the event. Once STEMtech Online is underway, participants will meet new and old colleagues and engage in the kind of conversations that characterize the best face-to-face gatherings. League for Innovation Corporate Sponsors will also have a strong presence within the STEMtech Online community.

Conference Schedule at a Glance:



Business Engagement Leads to Workforce Program Success Teaching STEM to Novices: Maximize Your Effectiveness and Minimize Your Losses
Using High-Quality Rubrics to Evaluate STEM Projects Aligning Academic Engineering Technology Programs With External Standards: Closing Loops

Key Note: David Thornburg

Connecting Stakeholders to Create a Successful Emerging Technology Program The Theory and Practice of Service Learning in STEM Disciplines
Technology 2.0: Selling Change in Higher Education Session 9
The Dashboard: Empowering Faculty to Improve Student Success With Data Personalized Learning in Developmental Mathematics
One Plus One Equals Much More Than Two Session 11

Wrap Up and Happy Hour


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