Programs & Events
The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning is a faculty development center dedicated to teaching excellence. Faculty members, both full and part-time, are encouraged to participate in the Delphi Center's many programs.These programs assist in the professional development of the faculty at UofL by providing valuable and leading-edge information to faculty on a variety of issues, from technology, to best practices in teaching and learning, to research and assessment.
Celebration of Teaching & Learning
Celebration is a one-day professional development opportunity that is held annually in early February at Shelby Campus. The conference is designed to foster teaching excellence at UofL by providing educators from across the university with evidence-based teaching strategies for improving student learning. The Delphi Center has been sponsoring the conference for ten years and past keynote speakers include Ken Bain, Stephen Brookfield, Mark Taylor, and Cynthia Selfe.
Delphi U is designed to give faculty the tools and principles they need to create effective, interactive and stimulating online courses. Individuals leave Delphi U with a head start on creating or redesigning an online course and the skills required for continuing their work after the workshop. In-person sessions are offered in the spring, and online sessions are offered throughout the year.
The Delphi Center periodically sponsors or collaborates with other units to offer special events and programs of interest to the university community. Our mission is to promote academic and professional growth through education.
Part-time Faculty Programs
Our part-time faculty programs are designed to offer UofL part-time faculty from across the disciplines a supportive, collegial atmosphere in which to explore scholarly teaching and best practices. We offer workshops designed to help faculty members sharpen their teaching skills, build community, and earn a stipend through participation in specific programs. Learn more about Part-time Faculty Programs.
Reading Circles bring educators together for cross-disciplinary conversation to build knowledge, community and collaboration. Register for one of these opportunities to engage in ongoing conversation about a dynamic teaching and learning topic and build community of with colleagues from across disciplines.
Faculty Learning Communities
Join a faculty learning community (FLC) to build a cross-disciplinary network while asking questions about teaching and learning and exploring teaching innovations. FLC participants also assess the impact of their focus area on student learning and present scholarship about their work.
The Delphi Center for Teaching & Learning offers a diverse range of technology resources and training seminars at the Belknap and Health Sciences Center campuses. Our seminars help introduce faculty and staff to best practices with new and emerging technologies, as well as help seasoned technologists further develop and sharpen their skills.
This annual conference is the place to go for statewide and national networking focused on innovations in teaching, learning and technology across a range of educational levels. The Delphi Center typically sponsors conference attendance for a limited number of faculty.