Since the college is spending lots of money to give us this opportunity, we owe it to the rest of the scholarly community to share what we learn. That's what this blog is for. All conference participants can and should post--ten times a day if you wish, but at least once--and tell us about your personal experience. We do have official learning outcomes:
After completing this experience, students will:
a. Reflect positively on the value of conference attendance and membership in promoting leadership and professional growth
b. Report one or more topics or areas of research that they would like to learn more about
c. Employ, with the help of faculty mentors, methods to motivate the learning and professional development of students who did not attend the conferenceSo, there's your template. But feel free to respond to the experience in any way. A the end we will share this blog with the college administration and hopefully this message will be clear: "This really is high-impact learning. Let's do this again!"
Here's who is attending the conference(s). (Google adds tags if it knows you)
By the way, if you have your own blog, you can use the space here to link to it.