Belmont Faculty Present at Lilly Conference

At the 25th annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching, held in November, 14 Belmont faculty members will present four unique presentations at this well-known conference that focuses specifically on teaching and learning issues across disciplines.
For a list of topics and presenters from Belmont University, click “MORE” below.


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A Model of Collaboration in Course Design (with Joyce Blair, Steven Simpler, Mike Awalt, Peter Giordano, David Ribar and Susan Tully)
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Freedom Within Structure: Inventing the First-Year Seminar on Ways of Knowing (with Kim Faison, Bonnie Smith, Annette Sisson, Mike Pinter and Jonathan Thorndike)
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The Salem Witch Trials: Making a Documentary Film in an Interdisciplinary Humanities Course (with Joseph Byrne, John Huber,and Jonathan Thorndike)
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Motivation Students: What Are Students Telling Us It Takes? (with Thomas Wooten)