About This Years Conference
TLC 2023 poses the question, “Does the culture of higher education need a new paradigm?” Many practices that are innate to higher-education culture - such as strict admissions requirements or paywalls for scholarly journals - are associated with the word “no” in that they deny many people access to learning opportunities. But in a time where access to post-secondary education is necessary for achieving socioeconomic viability, working toward "yes" (i.e., open access) in higher-education culture is imperative. TLC 2023 will explore conceptions of open access as a vehicle for innovations that can more effectively support the inclusion and success of contemporary post-secondary students.
TLC 2023 looks forward to its participants’ co-creating new open-access educational approaches that will ensure the inclusion, persistence, and success of a diverse, contemporary post-secondary student body.
Conference Schedule Finalized
October 2, 2023
November 7, 2023
Who Attends TLC?
Higher-education thought leaders from across the US and abroad
Faculty, students, and researchers in all disciplines
Curriculum developers, instructional designers, and instructional technologists
Student Affairs and Student Advising professionals
Library, Writing Center, and academic publishing professionals
Faculty Support and Development professionals
TLC Attendees Share:
"Come to TLC you will learn from practitioners and researchers alike, which makes the conference really "feel" like a professional learning community. The session lengths are perfect and the keynote and featured sessions are always dynamic."
"Great conference--I had many takeaways as a new instructor/member of the UAGC team!"
"Opportunity to grow, hone skills, reinforce knowledge, research and pay it forward. A great platform for learning!"
Office of Student Access and Wellness: Accessibility Support Services
The University of Arizona Global Campus is committed to providing an equal opportunity to access a full educational experience within the programs and services provided.
Those who would like to request accommodations such as captioned videos, transcripts, or live remote captioning to ensure access should contact the Office of Student Access and Wellness at email@example.com to submit a request for services. If you have any accessibility-related questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and by, November 1st. Access and Wellness will work to support any requests made after this date however late requests cannot be guaranteed.