Teaching Commons > Events > Teaching & Learning Conference
The Teaching and Learning Conference occurs each spring and is the premier teaching and learning event at DePaul. Every year, dozens of faculty and staff share best practices in teaching and learning with hundreds of their peers.
The 28th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference featured Dr. Nancy Gleason, discussions on the state of AI in higher education, and a series of concurrent sessions.
Dr. Bettina Love delivered her talk, "We Gon’ Be Alright, But That Ain’t Alright: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom," and faculty presenters shared their best practices and research related to teaching and learning.
The focus this year is on the potential impact of the pandemic and how we view others and build social connections, the way we view ourselves and our roles as educators, and the future of higher education at large.