MORE INFORMATION: MAY 2021 UNCONFERENCE
The UnConference is a meeting that is, for the most part, responsive to member needs. UnConference participants can pitch sessions - these can be something about teaching and learning they want to share with each other or something that they want to know more about - and then we vote on which sessions people are most interested in.
Normally pitching and voting is done on the first day of the UnConference, but because the UnConference is online, both are taking place in advance. Sessions aren't polished presentations for which there is a passive audience, rather the "pitchee(s)" facilitate an interactive discussion that blurs the line between facilitator and participant.