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The Call for Proposals
Is
OPEN!

Proposals are reviewed weekly, with rolling programming decisions made and sent to presenters as available.

The Call for Proposals will remain open until May 31st, 2024 or until the program is filled, whichever comes first.

We appreciate our community's response and shared scholarship. We look forward to seeing you in Traverse City, MI!

Preparing your presentation proposal: 

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Presenter Information: 

  • Lead presenter's name and email

  • Email for each co-presenter

Session Information: 

  • Title (strictly limited to 10 words)

  • Each presenter's name and affiliation 

  • Institutional logo (PNG square image 300x300)

  • Key terms (3) to describe your session

  • Key statement (i.e., mini-abstract or "elevator pitch," 25 words)

Session Details: 

  • Full abstract (100 words maximum; avoid identifiers where possible) 

  • 3 learner-centered outcomes ​​

  • Session timeline/outline (How will your content be presented across your allotted session time? Five to 10 minute segments are most helpful.)

  • Track/Subtheme (select two): 

    • Assessment (formative/summative/program)

    • Classroom Community/Culture

    • Course/Curriculum (Re)Design

    • Experiential Learning (e.g., storytelling, narratives, experiments, service-learning)

    • Fostering Student Practice (e.g., interleaving, retrieval strategies)

    • Grading/Providing Feedback to Students

    • Indirect Instruction (e.g., reflective discussion, problem-solving, writing to inform, concept mapping)

    • Instructional Methods (e.g., case studies, simulations, inquiry cooperative learning, collaborative learning)

    • Instructional Skills (e.g., developing syllabus, presenting, facilitating discussions, class culture)

    • Interactive Instruction (e.g., jigsaw, debates, panels)

    • Online/Hybrid/Hyflex Instruction

    • Resiliency/Self-Care/Mindfulness

    • Technology in the Classroom

    • UDL DEI

    • Other

  • Engaged Learning Strategy

    • (Select 2 -- 40-Minute Sessions ONLY. Consider https://www.scholarlyteacher.com/teachingtips as a resource for exploring activities that fit your presentation topic and instructional style.) 

      • ​Anonymous Cards

      • Case Study

      • Concept Map

      • Gallery Walk

      • Generate a List

      • Jigsaw

      • Lecture Wrapper

      • Minute Paper

      • Passing Notes

      • Question/Answer

      • Storytelling

      • Text a Friend

      • Think-Pair-Share

      • Visible Classroom Opinion Poll

      • 3-2-1 Process

References: 

  • 3-5 Publications that serve as the underpinnings of your presentation (APA Style) 

Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning

At ITLC Lilly Conferences we promote evidence-based teaching and learning.  All proposals undergo a blind peer review. Not all presentations are based on original research or SoTL projects, but all are supported by a strong pedagogical foundation.

 

Presenters vs. Authors

ITLC Lilly conference makes a distinction between presenters and authors.  Presenters who register for the conference and present the session are listed in conference materials; authorship is credited by the presenter within the session.

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