Call for Proposals

We would like to invite you to share your instructional innovation by submitting a program proposal today. Proposals may be submitted to present a 40-minute session or for a 15-minute product demonstration. Sessions may include individual presentations, team or group presentations, and panel discussions. Please submit a separate proposal for each additional presentation. 40-minute session topics may fall into any of the following categories:

  • Innovative Instructional/Educational Technology
  • Technology Enhanced Learning
  • Digital and Physical Learning Spaces
  • How Technology Contributes to Student Success & Engagement in the Classroom
  • Digital Accessibility
  • Open Educational Resources
  • Quality Assurance

Proposals that do not fall within the above categories but still address the theme of the Symposium will be considered by the review committee. The response for the Call for Proposals must be submitted electronically by January 25, 2021.

This conference will be virtual. All presenters are required to provide their own computer (with webcam and microphone), software, and internet connection.

Accepted proposals will be notified via email on Monday, February 1, 2021. If your proposal is selected to present, you must register for the conference. There is no cost to attend the conference.

Questions about the Call for Proposals may be addressed to the Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi via email at