Virginia Lee conducts consultations with colleges and universities, both in the United States and abroad, on a broad range of topics. Special areas of expertise include
- course and curriculum development,
- inquiry-guided learning,
- theories of learning and development,
- course- and program-based assessment,
- institution-wide educational reform initiatives including Quality Enhancement Plans required by the regional accrediting body SACS, and
- faculty/educational development programs and initiatives.
Her work with colleges and universities takes a variety of forms:
- Half-, one- or two-day workshops
- Extended faculty development institutes
- A series of campus visits over a one- or two-year period or longer
- Project-based work including program- and course-based assessment studies
- External reviews of teaching and learning centers
- Reviews of quality enhancement plans (QEPs)
Her workshops are highly interactive, usually involving a combination of direct experience and debrief, short presentations, small and large group work, short application exercises and extended opportunities for practice.