Creativity is necessary in today's world as never before; to solve problems, engage students and workers in learning, generate prosperity, build a viable ecology and adapt to rapidly changing technology, society and culture. This one-day conference features two tracks, one will focus on Creativity in the Classroom with faculty presentations about creative pedagogical methods and student assignments. The other track, Technology that Enables Creativity, will cover discussions and demonstrations about specific technological applications that support creativity.
Each presentation will be 50 minutes including question and answers. Each presenter will have a podium, projector, microphone and laptop. Presenters will be offered free registration to the conference.
Abstract proposals must be completed by Friday March 9.