Recent Conference Presentations
Green, David A. and D. Little. (Oct 2014) Academic baggage? The influence of prior disciplines on academic developers’ engagement with research. International Society of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, CA.
Green, David A. and D. Little. (July 2014) The ghost of disciplines past: Educational developers and intersecting identities. Academic Identities Conference, Durham, UK. *co-prepared presentation, but did not attend conference.
Green, David A. and D. Little. (June 2014) “I Come From Research.” Educational Developers’ Identities As Academics. International Conference of Educational Developers (ICED), Stockholm, Sweden.
Felten, Peter, Michael Reder, Leslie Ortquist-Ahrens, D. Little. (June 2014) Defining Effective Educational Development In Changing Contexts: A Heuristic. ICED. Stockholm, Sweden.
Bach, Dorothe, Karen K. Inkelas, Josipa Roksa, Deandra Little, Kerrin Riewerts, Petra Weiss, Jill Jones (June 2014) Introducing And Assessing Learner-Centered Principles To And Among The Next Generation Of College Professors. ICED. Stockholm, Sweden.
D. Little, C. Meixner, M. Palmer and K. Plank (2013, November) Beyond the box: Creativity and Assessment in Educational Development. 38th Annual POD Network in Higher Ed Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
D.A. Green and D. Little (2013, November) Finding Your Comfort Zone in the Scholarship of Educational Development. 38th Annual POD Network in Higher Ed Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
D. Little, and D. A. Green (2013, October) SOTL around the edges: Marginality, disciplinarity, and the difficulty of “fit.” ISSOTL, Raleigh, NC
D. Little. (2013, January) Building Collaborations from In-between Places: Faculty Developers' Roles Leading Institutional Change, pre-conference workshop, American Association of Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting.
D. A. Green and D. Little (2012, December) Negotiating competing visions: Educational development in the strange middle ground. Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Conference. Newport in South Wales, UK.
D. Little and D. A. Green (2012, October) Take Up Your Pen: Deepening the Scholarship of Educational Development. 37th Annual Professional & Organizational Development Network Conference, Seattle, WA.
P. Felten, D. Little, L. Ortquist-Ahrens, M. Reder (2012, October) Prioritizing Your Center’s Time and Resources to Meet 21st-Century Demands. 37th Annual Professional & Organizational Development Network Conference, Seattle, WA.
D. Little and D. A. Green (2012, June) Marginal Gains: Identity and Academic Development, Academic Identities Conference: Thinking, Researching and Living Otherwise, Auckland, New Zealand.
D. Little, M. Palmer, M. Maher and M. Hurst (2012, February) Investigating the Long-term Impact of a Graduate Student Future Faculty Program, Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech.
Recent Invited Presentations and Workshops
Course Design, co-facilitated with M. Palmer, a 3-day workshop on effective course design, State University of New York, Oneonta, July 2014
Course Design, co-facilitated with M. Palmer, a 5-day workshop on effective course design, University of Virginia, June 2014
Course Design, co-facilitated with M. Palmer, at the Auburn University Summer Teaching Institute, for faculty from King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, June 2012
Designing First-Year Seminars Institute, co-facilitated with M. Palmer, University of Richmond, May 2012
Creating Effective Assignments, from Goals to Grades (almost), Piedmont Virginia Community College, half-day workshop on teaching writing intensive courses, March 2012, February 2013
Improving Teaching & Student Learning through Course Design Activities: A Research-Based Seminar Series, co-facilitated for women faculty with D. Bach, in coordination with M. Palmer & P. Felten, King Faisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, January 2012