poster image of fraying rope, “Crucial Conversations in Teaching and Learning”With a theme of “Crucial Conversations in Teaching and Learning,” a conference May 1 and 2 will explore the forces driving change in post-secondary education.

Conference aims to spark conversations on change in post-secondary education

Organizers of the University of Windsor’s biannual Teaching and Learning Conference have circulated a list of highlights planned for the event, May 1 and 2.

Attendees will explore the many and often conflicting forces driving change in the post-secondary sector, featuring concurrent sessions and posters focused on teaching methods and evaluation, Indigenization of the curriculum, conflict and controversy in the academy, and more. The conference schedule, abstracts, and presenters’ biographies are available online at

A keynote address by Elinor F. Whitmore of Stitt Feld Handy Group and Marc Spooner of the University of Regina will open the conference, leading participants in conversations around the impact of surveillance, accountability, and the audit culture on the academy. For a complete description of this session, visit

Underwritten by the Office of the Provost and the Centre for Teaching and Learning, registration is free for UWindsor students, faculty, and staff. Find online registration on the conference website.