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A Focus on You with help from the Lilly Conferences

March 31, 2014

The following resources regarding Lilly Conferences provide excellent opportunities for growth as you commit to being a life long learner. You can access research, set a goal to present, or set a goal to write a scholarly article.
Enjoy!

For 34 years, the Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning have been known as exceptional places to present and to learn from faculty colleagues on effective teaching and learning. This interdisciplinary teaching conference includes faculty, administrators, and graduate students from across the United States and abroad. Participants are given the opportunity to exchange ideas, build a repertoire of skills that can be put to immediate use, and to network with colleagues. The overall conference theme for the Lilly Conference series is “Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning.” Each of the Lilly Conferences are unique, but they all share the same great Lilly community spirit.

Lilly Conferences Time Sensitive Announcements
Lilly Spring International Conference – Bethesda, MD
May 29 – June 1, 2014 http://lillyconferences.com/bethesda/
Please join us this spring for an exceptional line-up of outstanding faculty members who will present evidence-based strategies designed to get us all thinking about new ways to teach our students. Plenary presenters include: David Daniel, James Madison University; Ray Land, Durham University, UK; Katherine Rowell, Sinclair Community College; and Peter Seldin, Pace University. Regular Registration ends April 29th. Conference schedule and presenter list is available on the conference website.

Lilly National – Traverse City, MI: Oct 16-19, 2014 http://lillyconferences.com/tc/proposals/
Proposal submissions are currently being accepted. The call for proposals is open through May 5th at which time submissions will be sent out for blind peer review. As always, group discounts are available (for more information contact registrar@lillyconferences.com).

Lilly Fall International Conference – Oxford, OH Nov 20 – 23, 2014 http://www.units.miamioh.edu/lillycon/
We are excited to announce the first scheduled plenary session for Lilly Ohio: Small-Group Learning Models in Higher Education: Cooperative, Collaborative, Problem-Based, and Team-Based Learning, by Neil Davidson, University of Maryland, Claire Major, University of Alabama, and Larry Michaelsen, University of Central Missouri. Neil, Claire, and Larry are also guest editing a 2014 issue of the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching on this topic. More plenary sessions will be announced soon. The conference call for proposals is now open.

Save the Date
Lilly National – Austin, TX: 4 – 7 2015
http://lillyconferences.com/tx/
Lilly National – Newport Beach, CA: Feb 19 – 22, 2015
http://lillyconferences.com/ca/

Introducing the Scholarly Teacher Blog
We are pleased to introduce the newest way to share Lilly Conference evidence-based ideas, topics, tips, and conference session recaps: The Scholarly Teacher Blog. Please check out blog postings at: http://scholarlyteacher.com/

Journal Updates
Reminder: Lilly Conference participants are invited to develop their teaching and learning research into a submission to the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. For information about subscribing, submitting manuscripts, or other inquiries, visit the Journal website (www.miamioh.edu/ject/).

Submitted by
Todd Zakrajsek, PhD
todd@lillyconferences.com
919-270-6306
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