Learning: Teaching in the 21st Century
session: Wed., April 15, 2009
M. Clayton Hall Conference Center
University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
colleagues at the Lilly-East Conference on College and University
Teaching on April 16-17, 2009 held at the University
of Delaware. The 2009 Lilly-East Conference is co-sponsored
by the University of Maryland,
College Park, and the University
of Delaware's Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education.
Lilly Conferences bring together faculty across disciplines and types of academic institutions. Participants
learn from research on teaching, best practice, engage in dialogue,
and return to their campuses to share what they have learned.
The 2009 Lilly
Conferences will highlight how to design, facilitate, and assess
learning environments that support and enrich student learning in
the 21st century: Millennial Learning: Teaching in the 21st Century.
The conference aims to highlight sound pedagogical practice that
is grounded in research on learning and teaching and emphasizes
The Lilly Conferences
serve as premier forums in the country for demonstrating, modeling,
and discussing innovative teaching practice at the university level.
Lilly Conferences are retreats that combine interactive sessions,
discussions, and feature presentations, with opportunities for informal
discussion about excellence in college and university teaching and
learning. Internationally-known scholars join junior and senior
faculty colleagues to discuss pertinent topics such as incorporating
technology into teaching, encouraging critical thinking, implementing
collaborative learning, service learning, inclusive teaching, documenting
teaching effectiveness, and scholarly teaching.
information about the upcoming conference:
Gabriele Bauer, University of Delaware
Lisa Malbone, University of Delaware
here for information and photos from
past Lilly-East Conferences.