Due to the public health threats posed by COVID-19, we are moving our 2020 Institute on Project-Based Learning to a synchronous, online event. In this new format, the Institute will remain a 2.5 day event running from June 17-19 with times selected to accommodate participants across time zones.
While the format may be different, much will remain the same. Key programming and features will continue: dedicated coaches for each team, concurrent workshops on a variety of PBL related topics (including PBL online), plenaries and access to experts, all designed to help your team create a realistic, actionable plan for your PBL implementation. As important, participants will have opportunities to present their campus action plans to the other teams and Institute Faculty—a signature component of the Institute.
Be assured that we’ve taken care to craft each day to provide multiple opportunities for high-quality interaction, learning and creating, while not over-taxing participants.
Thanks for all your input and assistance in helping us reinvent this event and we look forward to connecting virtually in June.
Until then, we wish you continued strength and courage in these most challenging times.
Who Should Attend
The institute is designed for faculty and administrators from a wide variety of institutions—including public, private, liberal arts, STEM, community colleges, and research universities—who are interested in learning about project education and advancing plans to integrate learnings into their own undergraduate curricula.