Dalhousie Conference on University Teaching and Learning (DCUTL)
DCUTL 2020 is Cancelled.
Each Spring, CLT organizes the DCUTL. This well-established conference brings together faculty from around the region and beyond for scholarly presentations and discussions about student learning.
Dalhousie University is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation in Halifax, across the Maritimes, and across the country. As of March 13, 2020, we regret to inform you that the Dalhousie Conference on University Teaching & Learning (DCUTL) has been cancelled.
The Nova Scotia Public Health Authority has asked for all gatherings of 150 or more people be cancelled, and we anticipate further messaging from Dalhousie University related to cancelling any non-essential gatherings or events. Since the conference was cancelled by Dalhousie University, all participants who have already registered will receive a full refund.
The DCUTL is a great experience for higher education enthusiasts to come together and explore new ideas and ways to educate students, and we share your disappointment at this news. Our priority is the wellbeing of faculty, staff, registrants, and the local community.
Please note that Dalhousie University is not responsible for any travel related costs due to cancellation. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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