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2024 ITLC Lilly-San Diego

Digital Poster Gallery

See What It's All About...

Welcome to the Poster Reception 

Your experience has already begun!

JAN 5 | 11:30AM

San Diego, CA

As a “flipped” poster session, it’s important for attendees of the poster reception to familiarize themselves with the topics being presented before the reception begins.


The reception is a chance to dive into topics of interest, rather than hear “elevator pitches.” By visiting this page, you have already taken the first steps!

How to Prepare

Read the presentation description, listen to the presenters describe their work, and view the actual poster. Take notes and jot down thoughts to share with the presenter or questions you’d like to ask.


What to Expect

At the poster session, each poster display is designated

by the following:

  • tent card listing the poster title and presenter name(s)

  • tabletop display of the poster

  • QR Code for the digital poster gallery

  • the poster presenter

Why This Format

Use this time together to support your peers and learn from one another as we discuss a broad range of topics, share resources, and encourage future scholarly activities!

Presenters will be stationed throughout the space, ready to share their work and engage in conversation with you! Go at your own pace, guided by the work you have already done in the online gallery.
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2024 ITLC Lilly-San Diego

Digital Poster Gallery

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Presented by:

Rutvaben Patel

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Aging Adults’ Outdoor Space Blooms During Community Engaged Learning Experience

Presented by:

Jamie Rognes, Drake University

Can POGIL Increase Retention for First-Semester Computer Science Students?

Presented by:

Ruthie Halma, Truman State University

Comparing STEM Students' Online Learning Experience between CSUSB and UCR

Presented by:

Joyce Fu, University of California, Riverside

Miranda Mclntyre, California State University, San Bernardino
Montgomery Van Wart, California State University, San Bernardino
Jesus Herrara, California State University, San Bernardino
Yunfei Hou, California State University, San Bernardino
Hani Aldirawi, California State University, San Bernardino

Debugging a Design Through Paired Learning

Presented by:

Andie Day, Belmont University

Effectiveness of Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences in Biology Courses

Presented by:

Hope Klug, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Emphasizing Translational Research in Ecological and Environmental Courses

Presented by:

Jennifer Nagel Boyd, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Engaging Teachers in Global Citizenship Education through Interdisciplinary Curriculum Approach

Presented by:

Ionell Jay R. Terogo, University of San Jose - Recoletos Philippines

Example Poster 1: Power Tools Go Crazy Hard

Presented by:

Ryn, International Teaching Learning Co-op

Lindsay Au, Lilly Conferences
McKenzie Baker, The Scholarly Teacher

Exploring Intersections of Community-Based Learning and Occupational Therapy Curricula

Presented by:

Amy Kashiwa, University of Puget Sound

Maggie Hayes, University of Puget Sound

Faculty Development Training to Improve Online Teaching Skills Post-Pandemic

Presented by:

Salome Kapela-Mshigeni, CSU San Bernardino

Game On! Utilizing Game-Based Learning for Literature Searching Instruction

Presented by:

Rachel Whitney, Medical University of South Carolina

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