Proposals for the 2016 Conference will be accepted until July 31.
Click here to submit a proposal


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

  • Academic Success
  • Student Learning
  • Creating Communities of Learners
  • Course/Curriculum Design/Redesign
  • Engaging and Motivating Students
  • Innovative Pedagogical Approaches
  • Multiculturalism/Diversity/Inclusion
  • Online Learning and Teaching
  • Promoting Social Responsibility and Sustainability
  • Service/Experiential Learning
  • STEM
  • Teaching Well with Classroom Technologies
  • Teaching Well Unplugged

The conference offers a dynamic program across three 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.

The guidelines for submitting a manuscript are found under the resource tab.  All manuscripts are blind-peer reviewed.