October 2013: Getting Started with the Flipped Classroom
Tufts Examples of the Flipped Classroom
Misha  Eliasziw, Associate Professor, Public Health, School of Medicine
Samuel Thomas, Assistant Professor, Chemistry, School of Arts and Sciences

October 2012: Getting Started with Blended Learning
A workshop facilitated by Timothy Wilson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario

March 2012: Engaging Students in the Classroom
Keynote Presentation: Lectures – Leading Faculty, Engaging Students
Dr. Fischer, PhD, Assistant Professor, Primary Care, University of Massachusetts Medical School

October 2010: Enhancing the Teaching and Learning Process
Keynote Presentation: The Neurological Foundations of Effective Teaching for Maximizing Student Learning
Dr. Jernstedt, Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College

October 2009: Navigating Copyright and Open Access for Teaching and Research
Keynote Presentation: Resolving Copyright: The Role of Fair Use and Other Strategies
Dwayne K. Butler, JD, Professor University Libraries, Evelyn J. Schneider Endowed Chair for Scholarly Communication, University of Louisville

October 2008: Teaching Today’s Students with Emerging Technologies
Keynote Presentation: Father IM and Mother Google: Today’s Students and Next Generation Courses
Carie Page, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative

October 2007: Is It Working? Evaluating the Success of Your Teaching
A workshop facilitated by Barbara Walvoord, Professor Emerita, Notre Dame University

October 2006
Keynote Presentations:
Broadening Your Teaching Repertoire in Fact Intensive Classes
Linda Jarvin, Deputy Director, Tufts Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning

Driving Evidence-Based Decision Making in Veterinary Medical Education through Outcomes Assessment
Deborah Kochevar, Dean, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine

February, 2005: Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) Defined in the Context of Veterinary Medicine
Keynote Presentation: How has EBM changed the way veterinary faculty teach and prepare students?
Stanley R. Robertson, DVM, MPH, Associate Professor, Pathobiology and Population Medicine; Coordinator, Veterinary Informatics and Extension Veterinary Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University