Call for Papers is Now Open!

The most impactful sessions come from you.

We’re looking for real-world case studies, unique research, best practices, and creative perspectives that can inspire and guide attendees from around the world. Help your peers make the most of their Blackboard tools by sharing your successes, best practices, and lessons learned.

Presenting at TLC Asia Pacific 2021 is a chance for you to have a voice amongst the teaching & learning community in the region. Whether you’re experienced or brand new to presenting, planning to share challenges from the past or opportunities for the future, joining us from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, India or anywhere in the Asia Pacific, we want to hear from you!  

Deadline for submission is28th May and successful submitters will be informed by 18th June.

Presentation Themes

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Driving learner success through data and analytics

How institutions are leveraging data to drive learner success. 
Topics may include data analytics; data governance; data-informed decision making; reporting; data visualisation; collaboration; strategic planning. 

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Embracing  organisational  change, excellence and leadership

Innovative programs that support and encourage a more diverse and productive workforce as institutions modernise and strive for excellence. 
Topics may include response to COVID-19, instructor support and training; professional development and certification; change management; upgrading systems; moving to the cloud; creating a modern workforce; culture change; diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. 

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Optimising  the student experience

How institutions can support students and remove barriers to success outside of the classroom throughout the student lifecycle from prospect to alumni.
Topics may include student engagement and experience; AI and automation; digital student experience; design principles and approaches.

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Assessment strategies in the online world

How institutions are evolving their assessment practices while ensuring academic integrity. 
Topics may include Proctored/monitored assessments; equitable experiences; formative and summative approaches; authentic assessment; assurance of learning and/or assessment tools/techniques

Presentation Guidelines

Share your recent innovations from across our full suite of solutions, what’s coming next and how they support your institutions visions and strategies into the future. 

Pecha Kucha/Poster Presentations will be 10 minutes, Breakout Sessions will be 30 minutes, and Workshop/Panel Sessions will be 60 minutes. These timings are inclusive of Q&A. 

All presentations must be in 16:9 format. 

Multiple submission entries may be made for different presentations.

How to submit your abstract

To be selected to present, you are required to submit an abstract via the Presentation Portal. All abstracts must be submitted electronically via the 3 steps below.

1. Create an author account

An email confirming your author account will be sent including a unique login link. Click on this link and follow steps below. 

2. Complete your contact details and fill up the online submission form.
3. Upload your abstract as a Word document.

Please upload as a Word document (.doc or .docx)

Ready to begin your submission?