The conference will be held at the Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center..
The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center (website)
901 Prices Fork Road, Blacksburg, VA 24061
Phone: 540-231-8000 or 877-200-3360
The special conference room rates are $95.00 (plus taxes) for a single and $115.00 (plus taxes) for a double occupancy, with a $10.00 charge for each additional person (per day).
Please make reservations online using the special reservation link to assure you receive the conference rate. If you make reservations by phone — 540-231-8000 or 877-200-3360 — please reference the Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy to receive these special rates.
In the event that the primary conference hotel, The Inn at Virginia Tech, is filled, there is an alternative lodging hotel. The Hilton Garden Hotel is located less than a mile down the road (we will have a shuttle service back-and-forth to the conference several times a day):
Hilton Garden Inn (website)
900 Plantation Rd
The special conference room rates are $97.00 (plus taxes) for two doubles or a king sized bed.
Please make reservations online using the special reservation link to assure you receive the conference rate. If you make reservations by phone — 1-540-552-5005 — please reference the Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy to receive these special rates.
Directions to the Conference Site:
The conference center provides directions and here is the conference center's mapquest location.
Map of Conference Meeting Rooms:
There is free parking on-site at the conference center.
The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center is a Virginia Green Lodging Facility
and as such, works aggressively to reduce the impact of its activities on the environment. In addition to expected efforts such as multi-stream recycling and high-efficiency water and energy systems, they offer meeting planners options such as bulk water pitchers instead of bottled water, 100% recycled paper products, and reusable dishware and cutlery.
Registration is now open!
Proposals are now being accepted.
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