Temple University: Howard Gittis Student Center, Room 200
Day one will feature keynote speaker James Lang, professor of English and director of the D’Amour Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts. Lang, a well-known scholar of teaching and learning in higher education
will discuss his most recent book, Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning (Jossey-Bass, 2016). This interactive lecture will introduce principles from the learning sciences and offer practical suggestions for implementing
them in the college classroom.
In addition to the keynote address, the day will feature a poster session with submissions from faculty around the region and breakout sessions facilitated by Temple University's Provost's Teaching Academy faculty that will focus on concepts from Lang’s
Day two of the conference will feature plenary speaker David Yearwood, a professor in the School of Entrepreneurship and past chair of the Technology Department at the University of North Dakota. Yearwood's talk will explore how technology can be used
to make connections and engage students, as well as empower them to use what is learned in creative and meaningful ways.
In addition to the plenary address, the second day of the conference will feature breakout sessions and lightning talks which focus on teaching with technology in higher education.
Lilly-Austin is part of the overall Lilly Conference Series. For nearly 40 years, Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning have provided opportunities for the presentation of the scholarship of teaching and learning. Faculty and
administrators at various stages in their academic careers come from across the United States, representing nearly every discipline found in higher education.
The 11th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy is focused on higher education teaching excellence and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
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effective instructional practice and disseminate the latest research aimed at improving the quality of higher education.
Information will be posted later in 2018. For an overview, please see the most recent conference information.
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exchange ideas and network with like-minded thinkers seeking to transform learning and teaching.
The annual event attracts over 18,000 attendees and industry representatives, including teachers, technology coordinators, administrators, library media specialists, teacher educators and policymakers. Attendees also enjoy world-class keynotes, hundreds
of sessions in a variety of formats and a massive expo hall.
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The Distance Teaching and Learning Conference aims to provide you with a transformative professional development experience at an affordable price. This conference emphasizes evidence-based practice, educational innovation, and practical applications
of theories and research findings in the field of distance education and online learning.
This conference will build on the tremendous success of the last four year’s events which annually bring 420+ higher education faculty and administrators from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, the nation and abroad as we restate our commitment to academic
quality, and acknowledge that the quality of the student academic experience must be the driver behind all assessment and accreditation activities.
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a combination of plenary presentations, concurrent sessions, poster sessions, and roundtable discussions.
Details not available at this time.
The Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching is one of the nation’s most renowned conferences presenting the scholarship of teaching and learning. For over 35 years, teacher-scholars from across the United States and internationally have gathered
annually the weekend before Thanksgiving to share innovative pedagogies and discuss questions, challenges, and insights about teaching and learning.
The La Roche University Teaching Conference is a place for teaching faculty, professional staff, and graduate students to come together to discuss pedagogical approaches, innovative teaching practices, career planning, academic advising, and technology in the classroom.