Annual Conference (ITL)


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14th Annual Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference  

Friday, September 30, 2022

George Mason University (with live streaming options) 


Dear Mason community, 

We hope that you, your family, and your friends are staying safe during this time.

The Innovations in Teaching & Learning (ITL) conference has always been a unique space for Mason instructors, GTAs, administrators, and staff to forge a sense of community around teaching and learning, a community that has thrived virtually for the last two years. This year, our (14th) annual Innovations in Teaching & Learning (ITL) conference will be held in-person, Friday, September 30th 

We carry on the spirit from last year’s conference: Fostering Inclusive Excellence.   There will be live streaming of the Keynote Address and of select presentations, as our goal is to serve and support as many people teaching at Mason as possible. We hope this hybrid approach makes attending online and/or in-person well worth your time. With generous donations from our sponsors, we will offer FREE registration (and lunch) this year. 

Please visit our website (see conference links) or email me, at or to stay informed about the work we are doing to support instructors during these challenging times. 

We sincerely appreciate your support and flexibility during this time.  

In solidarity, 

Ashley Joiner, MA 

2022 ITL Conference Director 

On behalf of the entire Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference Planning Team 


Join us for a day of inspiring in-person interactive conference sessions (panels, lightning talks/roundtable discussions, mini-workshops), evening poster session, and our keynote speaker events. We will have live streaming of some in-person sessions, as well as On Demand sessions (teaching & learning artifacts, video presentations, PDF posters) that showcase strategies and tips to support student learning in and out of the classroom. 

Faculty from all ranks/disciplines, graduate students, and members of support offices are welcome.