The Call for Proposals is Closed
Preparing Your Online Proposal Submission:
Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning
Please note that at ITLC Lilly Conferences we promote evidence-based teaching and learning. Not all presentations are based on original research or SoTL projects, but all are supported by a strong pedagogical foundation.
Concurrent Presentation Formats
This conference includes asynchronous prerecorded sessions that are comprised of
30 - 40 minutes of recording content (allowing time for reflection questions),
15 - 20 minutes of recorded content (allowing time for reflection questions), or
30 minutes of facilitated conversation recorded as live discussion.
Moderated discussion boards will be open for 2 weeks following the conference.
All proposals undergo a blind peer-review process for selection.
Concurrent presentations are pre-recorded and it is anticipated that presenters will include reflection questions for the viewers.
Round-Table Discussions are 30 minutes in length, in which time a specific presentation is given in discussion format.
Poster Presentations are created digitally by the author and featured in a virtual gallery along with a brief audio file describing the work.
Preparing materials for proposal submission:
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.
Proposals consist of the following:
Title (10-word limit)
3 learner-centered objectives
3 keyword search descriptors
Additionally, you may expand your proposal to include a 500-word description. This space allows you to provide more detail as a narrative or a timeline to outline how you will deliver the content in the requested timeframe.
You will be asked to provide a primary reference from which your presentation is supported (it is not anticipated that this reference is something authored by you). As well as a list of up to 4 additional references.