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TLISI Call for Proposals
We are excited to welcome all proposals for participation in this year's TLISI, running the week of May 22nd. We invite faculty and staff to submit proposals for interactive, substantive sessions that will raise provocative questions, engage participants with evidence of what works, and encourage dialogue—before, during, and after TLISI. In addition to submitting the following, please do not hesitate to email us with further information or questions at
Proposed session or event title:
Please submit a concise description of the TLISI session or event you propose (limit 400 words), including a note on intended audience and outcomes.
Please list all (potential) facilitators and their netIDs:
What is the preferred format for your proposed session or event?
Spotlight session (i.e., TED-style 15-minute presentation)
Project showcase or poster session
Session series (please include details in the description above)
As noted in our CFP, this year's theme is Teaching and Learning Through Turbulent Times. We intend for this theme to be broad and inclusive. Additionally, the CFP suggests the following topic areas. Please select any to which you feel your proposal relates, or specify additional themes.
EVIDENCE-BASED TEACHING & LEARNING
TEACHING IN THE JESUIT TRADITION
INCORPORATING DIFFICULT AND TIMELY TOPICS
TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING
INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES
CROSS INSTITUTIONAL &/OR CROSS-DEPARTMENTAL COLLABORATIONS
Please share any other information you feel is relevant to your proposal.
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