Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, events are open to all faculty, staff and students of Indiana University, and to the public as well. Advanced registration is kindly requested, but not required. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 855-9023.
- Moving beyond Misconceptions: The Influence of Motivated Reasoning on Learning. Gary Smith, University of New Mexico School of Medicine (2/17/17)
- Self-Regulated Learning: Active Learning on the Inside. Linda B. Nelson, Clemson University (11/18/16).
- SOTL Reading Group: Creating Self-Regulated Learners: Strategies to Strengthen Students' Self-Awareness and Learning Skills, by Linda B. Nilson, Clemson University
- Switching Perspectives and Encouraging Intellectual Diversity: Moving Students Beyond the “Me”. Arlene Díaz (9/16/16).
- What Matters in Life Should Matter in College. Christopher Uhl, Penn State University (4/15/16).
- Why Won’t They Talk? Using Discussion to Facilitate Learning. Jay Howard, Butler University (2/26/16).
- Improving Student Achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: Evidence-based Strategies that Work. Mark Graham, Yale University (2/11/16).
- Reading Group: Teaching as if Life Matters
- The Scholarship of Teaching, Learning and Student Success: Results from IUB’S Student Learning Analytics Fellows. Workshop with our 2015 SLA Fellows (11/19/15).
- Talking With Strangers: The Ethical Dimensions of Writing Assignments. John Duffy, University of Notre Dame (10/29/15).
- Guiding Students beyond Linear Thinking: The Learning in Networks of Knowledge (LINK) Project. Ali Erkan, Michael Smith, Eric Lam and Joe Rodriguez, Ithaca College (4/9/15).
- Integrative Learning: Teaching for Transfer Across the Disciplines. Rebecca Nowacek, Marquette University (2/20/15).
- SoTL Principles and High-Impact Practices: A Partnership that Extends the Conversation. Nancy Chick, Vanderbilt University (9/19/14).
- Leveraging Undergraduate Research for Scholarship and Teaching. Peter Felten and Paul Miller, Elon University (11/13/14).
- Illuminating the Generative Role of "the Personal Why" in SOTL Research. Linda Shadiow, Northern Arizona University (1/23/14).
- What Our Stories Teach Us: A Guide to Critical Reflection for College Faculty, by Linda Shadiow. Reading group met in January, February, and March.
- Engaging Ideas: The Professor's Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom, by John Bean. Reading group met in December, January, and February.
- Expert Insider Prose: Teaching Disciplinary Arguments and Information Fluency across the Curriculum. John Bean, Seattle University (2/20/14).
- Beyond Surface Learning: Teaching with Clickers to Motivate and Engage Students. Derek Bruff, Vanderbilt University (4/7/14).
- Sketchnotes in the Classroom: A More Visual Approach to Notetaking. Derek Bruff, Vanderbilt University (4/8/2014).
- Comparing use of Space, Interaction and Learning Tasks in Innovative and Traditional Classrooms. Laura Gurzynski-Weiss, Avizia Long, Megan Solon (02/15/13).
- The Learning Sciences Rationale for Inclusive Teaching for LGBTQ Students. Michele DiPietro, Kennesaw State University (02/22/13).
- The Future of Teaching and Learning in the Age of Big Data and Massive Open Online Classes. Dan Butin, Merrimack College, (03/28/12).
- The Engaged Campus: Diverse Models for Powerful Community-based Teaching, Learning and Research. Dan Butin, Merrimack College (03/29/12).
- Shaping the Learning Experience: What the Best College Teachers and the Best College Students Do. Ken Bain, University of the District of Columbia (04/04/13).
- Fall Celebration of Innovative Teaching and Learning. Jose Bowen, Mary Embry, Vivian Halloran, Rasul Mowatt, Josh Perry, Kathy Overhulse Smith, and Lisa Thomassen (9/13/13).
- Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology out of the Classroom Will Improve Student Learning. Jose Antonio Bowen, Southern Methodist University (9/13/13).
- Shared Goals and Student Learning Outcomes at Indiana University: Using Multiple Methods of Assessment in the School of Public Health. Joanne Klossner, Maresa J. Murray, Craig Ross, Jill Sturts, Sarah Young (11/9/12).
- Closing the Student Achievement Gap: Evidence-Informed Teaching and Learning in Biology and Other STEM Courses. Scott Freeman, David Haak (10/29/12).
- Print vs. Electronic Readings in College Courses: Time, Money and Student Learning. David Waterman (10/5/12).
- 'Social Pedagogies' as a Framework for Learning Design and Inquiry. Randy Bass (4/20/12).
- Graduate student collaborations in Law and Psychology. Amy Applegate, Amy Holtzman-Munroe (3/30/12).
- Games, Learning, and the Crisis of American Colleges and Universities. James Gee (3/23/12).
- Assessing Student Learning Using Analytic Rubrics. Megan Oakleaf & Brian Winterman (2/29/12).
- Supporting Intentional Teaching. Jennifer Robinson, Melissa Gresalfi, Katie Kearns, April Sievert, Mimi Zolan, Tyler Christensen (11/03/11).
- e-Textbooks at Indiana University: Making a Difference. Alan Dennis (10/28/11).
- Three Steps toward More Effective College Teaching. Craig Nelson (10/06/11).
- New Ways to Empower Our Teaching. David Pace, Arlene Diaz, Joan Middendorf, Leah Shopkow (10/06/11).
- "Spotlight on Innovation" Poster Session. CITL & FACET, Indiana University (10/06/11).
- The Application of SOTL In and Beyond the Classroom. Kathleen McKinney (9/23/11).
- Why We Need to Explore the “Why” of SoTL Research. Gary Poole (5/18/11).
- SoTL and Student Outcomes Assessment: Meeting in the Middle. Pat Hutchings (3/4/11)
- Student community engagement from the “supply side”. Beth Gazley (1/20/11).
- Participatory Assessment. Dan Hickey, Jenna McWilliams, Steven Bishop (11/19/10).
- Dispelling the Fog of Learning through SoTL. John Tagg (10/15/10).
- The Case Study Method for Assessing Student Learning. Chen Zhu, Brooke Treadwell (9/24/10).
- Reframing Assessment: Teaching as an Iterative Process of Inquiry. Robert Thompson (9/17/10).
- Teaching for Sustainability at the Australian National University. Richard Baker (4/22/10).
- A Heuristic for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Regan Gurung (4/2/10).
- Pedagogies, Technologies, and Peer Learning for the 21st Century. Eric Mazur (3/5/10).
- Peer Instruction: A Hands-on Workshop Using Clickers. Eric Mazur (3/5/10).
- What Constitutes Classroom Authority. Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, Joan Middendorf (2/26/10).
- Interdisciplinary Research and Education upon Disciplinary Ways of Knowing. Julie Thompson Klein (2/5/10).
- Getting Beyond Covering Content. Larry Michaelsen (11/13/09).
- Designing Group Work that Really Works. Larry Michaelsen (11/12/09).
- The Formation of Scholarly Teachers. Carol Hostetter, Bernice Pescosolido, Brian Powell (9/23/09).
- SOTL Writing Retreat. Katie Kearns, Laura Plummer (5/13/09).
- Understanding Student Outcomes Across Class Levels. Kip Schlegel (4/10/09).
- Learning in the Digital Age. John Seely Brown (4/2/09).
- How Can Visual Methods Enhance Teaching and Learning?. Visual Methods Team (3/6/09).
- Differential Expectations Between Students and Faculty. Eric Metzler, Jane Rogan (2/13/09).
- Examining the Value of Social Pedagogies. Heidi Elmendorf (1/23/09).
- ePortfolios, Evidence of Student Learning and the SoTL. Anastasia S. Morrone (11/21/08).
- Theories of Difficulty. David Perkins (10/31/08).
- SOTL Writing Retreat. Jennifer Robinson, Laura Plummer (5/8/08).
- Recent Work: 6th Annual SOTL Community Poster Sessions. Jeanne Sept (4/25/08).
- NSF Grants for Teaching and Learning: Insights from a Recent Program Officer. Nancy J. Pelaez (4/11/08).
- Scaffolding Critical Thinking in Online Problem-Based Case Studies & F2F Classes. Tom Duffy, Gihan Osman (4/4/08).
- An Action Agenda for SoTL. Whitney Schlegel, Heather Reynolds, Victoria Getty, Diane Henshel, James W. Reidhaar (3/28/08).
- Graduate Pedagogy Classes & Scholarly Approaches to Classroom Teaching. Valerie O'Loughlin, Mark Braun (2/29/08).
- Grants Supporting Inquiry into Teaching and Learning. Jennifer Robinson, George Rehrey (1/18/08).
- The Classroom: The Foundation for Student Success. George Kuh (10/12/07).
- Building Institutional Support for SoTL. Gary Poole (10/11/07).
- Mental Operations a Department Expects of its Students. David Pace, Leah Shopkow, Arlene Diaz, Joan Middendorf (9/21/07).
- SOTL Writing Retreat. Academic Affairs Office (5/10/07).
- SOTL Spring Poster Session and Celebration. Jeanne Sept (4/20/07).
- Fostering Student Motivation & Engagement with JITT. Claude Cookman, Sara Mandel, J. Michael Lyons (4/13/07).
- Organizations Assessments of Service-Learning Partnerships. Bernice Pescosolido, David Blouin, Evelyn Perry (3/30/07).
- Critical Thinking from a Student Perspective. Greg Kitzmiller (2/16/07).
- Pedagogical Innovations that Support Student Performance. Paul Kiesgen (2/9/07).
- The Evolution of Self-Authorship: Findings from a 20-Year Longitudinal Study. Marcia Baxter Magolda (1/19/07).
- An Informal Discussion and Breakfast about SOTL in the Sciences. Carl Wieman (10/27/06).
- A Scientific Approach to Science Education. Carl Wieman (10/27/06).
- Understanding Methods of Inquiry and Dissemination. Carol Hostetter, Bernice Pescosolido, David Malik, David Pace (10/26/06).
- Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts: Charting the Future of Teaching the Past. Sam Wineburg (11/26/06).
- Information Literacy: a Disciplinary Approach. Sherri Michaels, Christina Sheley, Carrie Donovan, David Oldenkamp (10/20/06)
- Moving from Practice to Research: Results from the Just-In-Time Teaching Project. Gregor Novak (9/15/06).
- Just-In-Time Teaching. Gregor Novak (9/15/06).
- SOTL Writing Retreat. Cosponsored by the SoTL Program & the Campus Writing Program (5/12/06).
- SOTL Spring Celebration (4/14/06).
- Visual Learning in Social Science: the Graphic Novel as an Exemplar. Laurel L. Cornell (4/7/06).
- Enriching Team Competency through Diversity Immersion Projects. Carolyn Wiethoff (3/24/06).
- Are Instructors Presenting “Balanced” Perspectives in the Classroom? Robert Robinson, Janice McCabe, Jeff Dixon (2/24/06).
- Turning a Disciplinary Lens to Teaching and Learning Inquiry: Innovations in Testing. Whitney M. Schlegel (11/11/05).
- Turning SOTL Conference Papers into Publications. The SoTL team (11/5/04).
- Collaborative Learning: What Do Students Say?. Thomas Duffy, Gihan Osman (11/4/05).
- Environmental Literacy and the Assessment of Student Learning. Environmental Literacy & Sustainability Initiative (10/21/05).
- Graduate Education and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Orlando L. Taylor, Terrolyn P. Carter (9/21/05).
- SOTL Writing Retreat (5/12/05).
- SOTL Spring Celebration (4/14/05).
- Creating Social Presence in Online Learning. Carol Hostetter (4/1/05).
- Consumerist Attitudes among IU Students. Bernice Pescosolido, Suzanna M. Crage, Emily Fairchild (2/11/05).
- Linking Professional and Classroom Practice. Frederika Kaestle, April K. Sievert (1/28/05).
- The Future of Teaching the Middle Ages in Higher Education. Vicky Gunn (10/27/04).
- The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Perspectives, Intersections, and Directions (10/21/04).
- The Research University and Innovation in Undergraduate Education. George D. Kuh (10/8/04).
- Design Workshop for Poster Presentations. Michael Nelson (10/01/04).
- Taking the Excitement of Discovery to the Classroom and Beyond. Roger Hangarter (9/24/04).
- Course Portfolios as a Design Tool. Doug Karpa-Wilson, Jennifer Robinson, Kim Geeslin, Valerie O’Loughlin (8/17/04).
- SOTL Spring Celebration (4/23/04).
- The Ten Commandments of Applied Statistics: Some Implications for Teaching. Peter Kennedy (4/22/04).
- Book Reception for SoTL in Higher Education: Contri. of Research Univ. Moya Andrews, William Becker (3/30/04).
- What IU Bloomington Students Really Do to Support Their Learning. Lisa Kurz, David Perry (2/13/04).
- Teaching and Assessing Creativity Across the Curriculum. Tony Ardizzone, Estelle Jorgensen, Georgia Strange (1/30/04).
- From Theory to Practice: Developments in Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments. John Stinson (11/14/03).
- Retreat Luncheon. Course Portfolio Authors (11/7/03).
- Teachings and Practices to Awaken Students to Science. Christopher Uhl (10/31/03).
- Creating a Culturally Responsive Learning Environment for Students of Color. Mary Howard-Hamilton (10/24/03).
- Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability for the 21st Century: the Role of Education. David Orr (9/19/03).
- Genesis and Development of Projects in SoTL. Sharon J. Hamilton, Barry Rubin, Whitney Schlegel (9/12/03).
- SOTL Spring Celebration (4/18/03).
- Teaching in a Time of War. Eva Cherniavsky, Paulette Dilworth, Richard Miller, David Pace, Michael Wade (4/9/03).
- Course Portfolios: Making Visible the Intellectual Work of Teaching Grade Inflation Revisited. Brian Powell, Janice McCabe (3/7/03).
- Building a Scholarship of Assessment. Trudy W. Banta (2/28/03).
- Course Portfolios: Making Visible the Intellectual Work of Teaching. Andrew Feig & IU Course Port. Authors (2/14/03).
- A National Perspective and Impact on IU SoTL Initiatives. George E. Walker (1/24/03).
- Disappearing Act: Teaching as Interpretation. Anya Peterson Royce (11/8/02).
- How do Students Use Textbooks? Dennis C. Jacobs (10/18/02).
- How People Learn: New Developments in the Sciences. John D. Bransford (10/4/02).
- 9/11 and Three Intensive Freshman Seminars. Steve Chermak, Fritz Breithaupt, S. Young, & M. Pieper (9/6/02).
- Constructing Course Portfolios. Course Portfolio Team (5/14/02).
- Checking Progress and Making Plans. Valerie O’Loughlin, Donetta Cothran, Greg Kitzmiller (4/25/02).
- Listening to Students. Richard J. Light (4/17/02).
- Shining a Flashlight on Teaching and Learning with Technology. Craig Ross (4/12/02).
- Feedback in a Distance Learning Environment: Types and Frequencies. Barbara Bichelmeyer (3/29/02).
- Multimedia Problem-Based Learning for Future Teachers. Theresa A. Ochoa, Feng-Ru Sheu (3/1/02).
- New Developments in the Teaching of Metrics. William H. Greene (2/13/02).
- Constructing Course Portfolios: Data Selection & Evaluation. Course Portfolio Team (2/1/02).
- Assessing Student Engagement: What IU Bloomington Students Say about their Education. John Hayek (1/17/02).
- Emergent Course Portfolios. Course Portfolio Team (11/30/01).
- When Students are the Research Subjects, Part II. Peter Finn & Senta Baker (11/30/01).
- Assessing an Ameritech E-Commerce Course. Howard Rosenbaum (11/1/01).
- When Students are the Research Subjects: Getting IRB Clearance for SOTL. Peter Finn (10/26/01).
- Funding Opportunities for SOTL Projects. Kerry Slough (10/9/01).
- Changes in Our Ideas of Teaching and Learning. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Craig Nelson, David Pace, Dennis Rome (9/13/01).
- Course Portfolios: Introductory and Advanced Sessions. Course Portfolio Team (8/14/01).
- Probing Misconceptions Workshops. Joel Michael (8/1/01).
- The Significance of Misconceptions for Teaching and Learning. Joel Michael (7/31/01).
- Naïve theories and misconceptions across academic disciplines. A. Ruesink, Leah Savion, David Boeyink (3/23/01).
- Education and the Professions: A Perspective on Professing and Scholarship. Lee S. Shulman (3/21/01).
- What Does Quantitative Research Really Show about Teaching and Learning?. William Becker (3/2/01).
- Building a Science of Teaching. Edward F. Redish (2/21/01).
- Fostering Interactive Learning in a Large Science Course & Methodically Measuring the Effects. Valerie O’Loughlin (2/9/01).
- Using Others’ Classrooms as a Doorway to Understanding Your Own. Freshman Learning Project Fellows (1/26/01).
- Concurrent Colloquia. Daniel Maki, Rita Naremore, Robert Althauser, Samuel Thompson (11/16/00).
- Constructing and Evaluating a Course Portfolio. Rita Naremore, Simon Brassell, Shanker Krishnan, David Parkhurst (10/26/00).
- Human Subjects Issues and Educational Research. Regina A. Kreisle (10/18/00).
- Production & Distribution of Broadcast-Quality Digital Video by Videographers (Teachers). Adam Allerhand (10/11/00).
- Balancing Constraints Versus Flexibility in Undergraduate Education. Jonathan A. Plucker (9/22/00).
- Symposium: “New Times, New Technology, New Scholoarship: Evolving Faculty Rewards. (4/11/00).
- How we Defeat Ourselves: Dysfunctional Illusions of Rigor. Craig E. Nelson (4/7/00).
- Dimensions of Teaching as Represented in a Course Portfolio. Daniel Bernstein (4/3/00).
- Improving Exams to Assess Concept Learning in Large Classes. Greg Kitzmiller (3/24/00).
- Expectations and Effects of Graded Writing Assignments. Donetta Cothran, Patrick Sellers, Ray Smith (3/3/00).
- Colloquium on Classroom Research. Thomas Angelo (2/16/00).
- Scholarship Issues in Distributed Education: Case Studies. Erwin Boschmann (2/11/00).
- Developing a Comprehensive Departmental Plan for Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness. Rita Naremore (2/4/00).
- Van Gogh's Other Ear: Teaching Creativity across the Curriculum. Claude Cookman (1/20/00).
- Now We Know Our ABCs: Demythologizing Grade Inflation. Brian Powell (11/19/99).
- Jump Starting Your SOTL Research Project. Samuel Thompson, Craig Nelson, and others (11/12/99).
- Town Meeting: Student and Faculty Perceptiosn of Large Classes. Moya L. Andrews, Richard N. McKaig (11/2/99).
- A Student's Tower of Babel: Teaching the Culture of Our Disciplines. David Pace (10/21/99).
- Pet Theories and Naïve Misconceptions. Leah Savion (10/8/99).
- Reform in Undergraduate Classrooms: What are the Researchable Issues? Frances K. Stage (10/1/99).
- Expanding Our Vision of Indiana University’s Research Mission. George Walker (9/24/99).
- Cooperative Learning Interest Group meeting. (8/17/99)
- Large Classes Interest Group meeting. (8/11/99).
- Critical Inquiry Interest Group Meeting. (8/2/99).
Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, events are open to all faculty, staff and students of Indiana University, and to the public as well. Advanced registration is kindly requested, but not required. Contact: email@example.com or 855-9023.