Implement, Innovate, and Inspire at the Intersection of Research and Instruction

Tuesday, February 19 | 2:15PM–3:00PM PT | Pacific Promenade - Poster06
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Too often we talk about—even support—research and instruction as discrete activities. Through carousel presentations, you'll learn about efforts to combine the two through the development of sustainable services and communities that benefit students in both the classroom and the lab. UC Berkeley, University of Colorado, and University of Oregon colleagues will analyze their initiatives—supporting the teaching of research methods, scaling and evaluating research-based high-impact and inclusive teaching practices, and evolving a grassroots faculty learning community into a lab that combines digital scholarship and pedagogy. You'll create an action plan to bring innovation and inspiration to your own institution.

Outcomes: Explore research-led instruction as grounded in both the discipline and SOTL * Understand the importance of inclusive research design and pedagogy * Develop a personal action plan to implement on your return * Identify organizational models to support services that further the integration of research with effective teaching and learning


  • Helen Chu

    Assistant Vice Provost, Learning Spaces, Stanford University
  • Jaimie Henthorn

    Director Academic Innovation Programs, University of Colorado System
  • Meggan Levitt

    Asst Vice Provost & Associate CIO, University of California, Davis