2020 Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching
Virtual Event: "Enhancing Online, On-site, and Hybrid Teaching and Learning"
November 30-December 4, 2020
The 2020 Lilly Conference will be held virtually this year, November 30-December 4, 2020. The theme is "Enhancing Online, On-Site and Hybrid Teaching and Learning." The TCLT has purchased a site license for the event which allows all UM-Flint faculty to participate.
Call for Proposals:
The conference welcomes proposals for presenters through October 1. All proposals undergo a blind peer-review process, with programming decisions occurring on a rolling basis. Decisions are typically completed within two weeks of submission. Faculty are encouraged to submit their work and share what you have discovered about teaching face-to-face, online, or as an emergency remote instructor over the past year. Click here for submission instructions.
The Virtual Conference:
Time each day will be dedicated to synchronous programming, networking and roundtable discussions. A plethora of asynchronous recorded sessions will also be available as will a virtual poster gallery. Moderated discussion boards will also be used. Click here for more information.
Planetary presenters will include:
- Flower Darby, Northern Arizona University - author of the book Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes (2019)
- Peter Felten, Elon University
- Kevin Gannon, Grand View University
- Kevin Kelly, San Francisco State University
- James Lang, Assumption College
- Saundra McGuire, Louisiana State University
- Michelle D. Miller, Northern Arizona University
- Lillian Nave, Appalachian State University
- Jessamyn Neuhaus, SUNY Plattsburgh
- Bonnie Stachowiak, Vanguard University
- Todd Zakrajsek, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill