January 15, 2015 Deadline for Presentation Proposals

International Spring Lilly Conference – Bethesda, MD

Evidence-Based College and University Teaching and Learning

May 28 – 31, 2015 http://lillyconferences.com/bethesda/

Proposal submissions due Jan 15, 2015  http://lillyconferences.com/bethesda/proposals/

Lilly Conferences is committed to Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning.  The conference sub-themes include:

Academic Success

Assessment/Student Learning

Creating Communities of Learners

Course/Curriculum Design/Redesign

Engaging and Motivating Students

Innovative Pedagogical Approaches

Multiculturalism/Diversity/Inclusion

Online Learning and Teaching

Preparing Future Faculty

Service/Experiential Learning

Teaching Well with Classroom Technologies

Teaching Well Unplugged (no technology)

The conference offers a dynamic program across three and one-half days. Presenters may submit presentation proposals formatted as 75-minute workshops, concurrent 50-minute sessions, 20-minute sessions, 30 minute round-table discussions, or as a poster presentation.  Potential presenters are asked to rank order the format they request consideration of their proposal.  If your session content cannot be formatted to be presented in a specific format please do not select that format when ranking your request.  Conference presentations are selected through a blind peer-review process, following the close of the call for proposals.

Many faculty members have asked for a bit more time over semester break to complete their proposal submissions. To accommodate your requests we have extend the proposal submission deadline to January 15. To provide programming decisions in a timely manner, we will still send out a first round of completed submissions on December 16. If you are able to complete your submission by December 15, we will be able to provide an “early decision” regarding your proposal.

Submissions arriving after December 16 and prior to January 15th will be reviewed by February 10. Plenary Speakers include Pamela Barnett, Trinity Washington University; Milton Cox, Miami University; and Mary Deane Sorcinelli, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

 

 

 

January 23, 2015 Deadline for Presentation Proposals

 Call for Proposals – Deadline: Friday, January 23rd, 2015.

8th Annual Great Lakes Conference on Teaching and Learning

May 13-15, 2015 Mount Pleasant Michigan

2015 Conference Theme:  Creating Connections that Promote Success in Higher Ed

We’re excited to announce the Call for Proposals for the 8th Annual Great Lakes Conference on Teaching and Learning! The conference will be held Wednesday evening, May 13th through Friday afternoon, May 15th, 2015 at the Education and Human Services building on the beautiful campus of Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Due to last year’s record-breaking attendance, we anticipate a sizeable response this year and encourage you to submit your proposal and conference registration as soon as possible.

The theme for this year’s conference focuses on four specific ways of connecting in higher education that promote success for both students and faculty. Join us to learn effective strategies for connecting:

Students to students (e.g., inclusive practices, collaborative learning, teams);

Instructor to students (e.g., faculty-student rapport, classroom civility);

Students to course content (e.g., assessing prior knowledge, making content relevant, capstone courses)

Students to the greater community (e.g., experiential learning, academic service-learning, mentoring programs).

 

 

February 13, 2015 Deadline for Presentation Proposals

The Teaching Professor Technology Conference  October 2-4, New Orleans, LA

Call for Proposals: The Teaching Professor Technology Conference

We are now accepting proposals for The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, to be held October 2-4, 2015 in New Orleans.

The Teaching Professor Technology Conference provides a thought-provoking and stimulating forum for educators of all disciplines and experience-levels to share practical ideas and best practices for using technology to advance teaching and learning in higher education.

Submissions should relate to one of the following areas; however compelling and relevant proposals that fall outside of these designated topics are also welcome:

Faculty Development

 Course Design

Legal Issues and Policy

Grading & Feedback

Student Engagement

Content Delivery

The conference will feature multiple concurrent sessions that are 45 minutes and 75 minutes in length, including Q&A.

For more information about the proposal process and how to submit your proposal, please go here: bit.ly/TPTech15CFP

Deadline for Manuscripts June 30, 2015

To Improve the Academy: Creative Scholarship Features

scholarship opportunities