The Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Learning brings together educators from across Northeastern’s global network to showcase and inspire research and evidence-based practice in teaching and learning.
This is a two day, fully virtual event. All live virtual sessions will take place in Zoom. Please note that participation in each live virtual session is limited to the first 300 attendees to join, and participation in the World Café session on May 5 is limited to the first 150 attendees.
What to expect
- Presentations by colleagues from across the university that highlight fostering equity and inclusion across Northeastern’s rich constellation of learning opportunities.
- A thought-provoking keynote address by Mays Imad, author of several Inside Higher Ed pieces, including Hope Still Matters: How Faculty Can Impart Hope to Students When Feeling Hope-Depleted Themselves.
- Interactive workshops in which you can apply these ideas to your own context.
- Informal opportunities to interact with colleagues to generate and discuss ideas, including at the World Café session and in the Lobby.
- Asynchronous opportunities, including the Virtual Poster Tour, to engage with each other during the conference and beyond.
For more information, please visit: learning.northeastern.edu/caebl.
Click on the “Register” button to register for the conference and to alert us to any accessibility needs you may have.