Teaching and Learning Conference


Registration for the conference is now open.

Attendee Registration Fees

Registration on or before March 18, 2016 – $200

Registration After March 18, 2016 – $275

Students – $75

The conference registration fee includes all sessions, the keynote workshop on Wednesday, refreshments and lunch on Wednesday and Thursday, and the social reception on Wednesday evening.

Attendee Registration

Lodging and Conference Venue

The conference will be held at the UGA Hotel and Conference Center in Athens Georgia. Hotel rooms start at $99 per night.

The room rate includes complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the property, one parking pass per room, per night (allowing in and out privileges), and access to our complimentary shuttle van service available to transport hotel guests locally, based on availability. Additionally, UGA Hotel conferees have special access, for a nominal daily fee, to the Ramsey Student Activities Center which includes an indoor track, three swimming pools, enormous weight room, and racquetball courts.

You will have the opportunity to book a hotel room when you make your conference registration. You may also request a room reservation at the UGA Hotel by phone at 800- 884-1381 or online at the following website. The hotel block code for the conference is 86035. To make a hotel reservation online please visit: UGA Hotel and Conference Center

Affordable Learning Georgia Pre-Conference Symposium and Reception for the USG Teaching and Learning Conference

We Can Be Textbook Heroes: Courageous New Learning Models and Materials

Tuesday, April 12, 1-5 and 5-9

We Can Be Textbook Heroes: Courageous New Learning Models and Materials is a free half day symposium intended to inspire faculty, librarians, instructional designers, administrators, and teaching and learning staff through a showcase of workshops, bold projects, and success stories featuring Open Educational Resources (OER). Topics include success stories and new research plans from USG faculty, managing open copyright for faculty, campus OER transformation, and using OER in new learning models such as competency-based education (CBE).

An evening reception will feature Tom Caswell, who has developed personalized and competency-based courses and programs at a variety of higher education institutions and organizations, including Helix Education, Western Governors University, and the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.

For further information about this event please visit the ALG Events page.