Call for Proposals:

Technology in Education Day

What: Technology in Education Day

Where: CSU Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA

When: Thursday, September 28


Proposals should be submitted online by Thursday, June 1

Submit Proposal (click on link): Submission Form

Technology in Education Day is a one-day symposium held on the CSU Dominguez Hills campus.  This is a unique opportunity for instructors, librarians, administrators and instructional designers to come together to discuss best practices, collaborations, and ideas in online instruction. We invite you to share your work at this year’s symposium.

Possible topics for presentation include:

  • The state and future of learning management systems (LMS)
  • Open Education Resources (OERs) & freely available web resources
  • Using Affordable Learning Solutions (AL$) to make your class more accessible to students.
  • Using shared repositories in online classes
  • The digital publishing model (e-textbooks, e-publishing, e-readers)
  • Student assessment in an online classroom
  • Retention in an online classroom
  • Student testing practices and facilities in online learning
  • Encouraging student interaction in the online classroom
  • Assistive and accessible technology
  • State and future of mobile learning
  • Cloud computing for the university
  • Campus IT Security and disaster recovery
  • How I learned to love elearning and technology
  • Best practices in online instruction
  • Using Quality Matters to optimize your online classroom
  • Best practices for student engagement and retention
  • Emerging trends in online learning


Presentation Types

Breakout Session - panel (30 min)

Breakout Sessions are intended for panel presentation format. Individuals or small groups collaborate to present a panel format on a topic of shared interests. This format will allow each presenter a limited time for individual comments followed by audience discussion and interaction.

Lightning Round (10 min, depending on the number of speakers)

A Lightning Round session will combine multiple presenters, each presenter giving a ten-minute, fast-paced talk with no interruptions. Lightning rounds are an opportunity to present an idea that will promote further discussion, sharing, and brainstorming with peers. Lightning Round presenters are strongly encouraged to also host a roundtable on their topic to engage in further discussion on their topic.

Roundtable Discussions (30 min)

Roundtable Discussion sections are designed for small group discussion of specialized topics, with the presenter leading the discussion. Typically, several roundtable discussions are scheduled simultaneously in one large room, with no audiovisual use. Presenters of other session types may opt to also lead a roundtable as an opportunity to engage in more discussion on their topic.

Poster Session

Poster sessions will be presented in the vendor area, allowing presenters to engage with participants about their topic. Posters will remain up for the duration of the symposium so participants can view the poster during passing periods, but presenters should be prepared to stay with their poster during designated Vendor Times to engage in discussion and answer questions about their topic.


Deadline for submission is Thursday, June 1

All submissions will be reviewed by the planning committee. Presenters will be notified that their submissions have been accepted by Friday, June 30. If accepted you will be required to reply and register for the conference to verify your commitment to make the presentation at Technology in Education Day at CSU Dominguez Hills in Carson, CA.

Submit Proposal (click on link): Submission Form


If your proposal is accepted, presenters agree to:

  • Agree to present on the day assigned
  • Register and pay conference fee (a nominal fee to cover food and parking will be asked of non-CSUDH presenters)
  • Arrange and pay for your own travel and lodging.
  • Lead presenter is responsible for notifying any co-presenters of the status of the proposal
  • Provide electronic file of handouts & PowerPoint presentation to Reza Boroon ( by 5:00 p.m. Sunday, September 24 for inclusion on the conference website.
  • If you have any questions or technical needs, please contact us at Reza Boroon (