TCC 2021 • Call for Proposals

26th Annual
TCC Worldwide Online Conference

April 13-15, 2021
Tuesday – Thursday, HST

Building Our Future
Movin’ On!

 Submission deadline: December 21, 2020, 11:59 PM HST

Hashtag: #tcchawaii21


Responding to the challenges of the global pandemic created opportunities and a need to innovate learning. What have we learned? What’s in our future for virtual learning? How do we support learners and educators?

TCC Hawaii invites faculty, support professionals, librarians, counselors, student affairs professionals, graduate students, administrators, and consultants interested in emerging learning technologies and practices to submit proposals for online presentations.

Conference theme

The TCC 2021 Online Conference invites proposals for presentations and papers relevant to emerging technologies, transforming learning, and virtual learning.

Conference coordinators are interested in examples of appropriate, innovative, and sustainable instructional delivery that have evolved out of the coronavirus pandemic; what we’ve learned and what lies ahead to innovate learning.

The coordinators are also interested in building our community of colleagues. We encourage other interactive formats such as panel presentations and discussion, interactive workshops, edtech tool demos, and forming special interest groups.

Suggested topics & FULL details



Participation in this event is entirely online. All sessions are streamed in real-time. Sessions recorded for later viewing. For your info, recordings from our previous TCC 2020@25 program may be viewed (without signing in).

More Info

Contact Bert Kimura or Curtis Ho.

TCC Hawaii, LearningTimes, & the Learning Design and Technology Department, College of Education, UH-Manoa collaborate to produce this event. Numerous volunteer faculty and staff worldwide provide additional support.

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About tcchawaiiadmin is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that produces the annual TCC Worldwide Online Conference in partnership with the LTEC department at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa and LearningTimes of New York.
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