Faculty present at teaching and learning conference

On February 16-18, several Elon faculty, one student, and at least one Elon graduate conducted sessions at the 2007 Lilly South Conference on College and University Teaching:

• Sophie Adamson (French) and Rebeca Olmedo (Spanish), Download This! Integrating Hassel-Free Digital Story-Telling Into Your Coursework

• Angela Lewellyn Jones (Social Justice), Pam Kiser (Human Services), Jeff Stein (Student Life/English), Mary Morrison (Kernodle Center), Katie Filkins (junior, Human Services)

• Carolyn Stuart and Mary Knight-McKenna (Education), Service-Learning Assignments: Making the Most of Educational Opportunities in the Community

• Marianne Janssen (Physical Therapy), The Use of Service-Learning and Portfolios to Enhance Professional Behaviors in Physical Therapy Students

• Peter Felten (CATL), What’s Your Evidence? Collecting and Analyzing Evidence of Student Learning

• Steve Braye (English) and Lori Auman (Presbyterian College – and Elon alumna), Faculty Development and Identity Formation: Its Impact on Student Learning

Lilly South 2007 drew about 250 participants from over 60 colleges. This annual conference, one of several regional Lilly Conferences, combines workshops, discussion sessions, and major addresses, with opportunities for informal discussion about excellence in college and university teaching and learning.

For more information on Lilly South, visit the conference web site at: