The Delphi Center periodically sponsors or collaborates with other units to offer special events and programs of interest to the university community.
Leveraging the Flipped Classroom
Join Steven Ellis, Ph.D. and Kara Goodin, M.D., for this one-hour lunch presentation. Drs. Ellis and Goodin will provide an overview of “flipped teaching” as a pedagogical approach, and will share their experiences and sample student feedback gathered over the past two years. They will also share alternative strategies for delivering content electronically to health science students. Learn more.
HSC Showcase: Technology “Speed Dating” for Faculty
This lunch program will include informal presentations in a mock “speed dating” setting. Attendees will have the opportunity to select from five to seven “show and tell” demonstrations and, at a designated time interval, will move to another demonstration. This format is designed to encourage a high level of interaction between presenters and attendees.
What's Holding You Back? A Conversation about Integrating Instructional Technology into Health Sciences Courses
The Health Science Campus (HSC)-Delphi Partnership steering committee is comprised of unit representatives from Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and the School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS), and the Delphi Center. The group develops and delivers two significant professional development programs for HSC faculty annually. The most recent event took place on August 9. Learn more.
Dr. Richard Arum, co-author of Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses, presented a public lecture at UofL in March 2012. The lecture was open to the greater Louisville community and streamed live on the university's website. Watch the video and learn more about the event.