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Cost

Cost includes lunch on Monday, breakfast & lunch on Tuesday – Thursday, and breakfast on Friday. Additionally, a Thursday afternoon/evening reception and tour of the International Civil Rights Museum are included.

*Deadline to register for INFD is July 15, 2019, but spaces often fill before the deadline.

Digital INFD for States with Travel Restrictions

    A digital-only INFD is available now for state employees of Washington, California, New York, Vermont, & Connecticut. For a reduced registration cost ($300), Digital INFD is now able to offer state employees impacted by national travel bans the opportunity to engage in INFD programming. Digital INFD will be available the week following the face-to-face INFD (August 5-9, 2019).
    Digital INFD attendees will receive dedicated virtual access to 18 recorded sessions and exclusive content related to a number of content areas. With the Digital INFD, you will receive access to all handouts and worksheets, with dedicated digital content to create a guided INFD experience. Additionally, you will be invited to digital synchronous gatherings and asynchronous interactive discussions providing you with opportunities to engage with experts in the field and other Digital INFD attendees.
    All content will be available virtually for two years. With each registered attendee having the opportunity to complete an action plan and receive resource faculty feedback.
    ** NOTE: In order to fund the production of the Digital INFD resources, there will need to be at least 10 participants registered from states that have adopted travel bans that include North Carolina. Digital INFD registration deadline is July 26, 2019 **
Virtual sessions will include the following and more:
  • The Just Classroom: Helping faculty engage in inclusive teaching
  • Creating On-demand and Reaching Faculty at a Distance
  • Developing a Marketing Strategy
  • Educational Development at the Community College
  • From Faculty Member to Developer
  • Event Planning and Assessment
  • Setting Up a Center
  • Developing a Consultation Style
  • Coordinating New Faculty Orientation
  • Creating Networks Across Campuses
  • Strengths-based Leadership: Engaging a strengths-based approach
  • The Neuroscience of Learning
  • Universal Design For Learning
  • Developing Scholarship for Teaching and Learning
  • Understanding the Career Pathways of Educational Development.