The College of Arts & Sciences invites applications for Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) focusing on academic writing, grant proposals, scholarship of teaching and learning, and other forms of scholarship, to be sponsored during spring semester, 2015. The application deadline is Nov. 24, 2014. Faculty learning communities are interdisciplinary faculty groups […]Read more ›
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The College of Arts & Sciences is hosting a DARS – Advising Workshop for faculty on Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 2 to 2:55 p.m. in Wilson Hall 303. This workshop is designed to help new faculty interpret the DARS report and understand University and College requirements so that they may […]Read more ›
Online Course Design Brown Bag Discussions will be held the First Friday of each month, September through November, at noon in Wilson Hall 303. Gaming in Online Learning—Friday, Oct. 10, noon – 1 p.m. in Wilson Hall 303 (Note the change of date.) Using games in the classroom is certainly […]Read more ›
Online Course Design Brown Bag Discussions will be held the First Friday of each month, September through November, at noon in Wilson Hall 303. Mobile Learning and Emerging Technology—Friday, Nov. 7, noon – 1 p.m. in Wilson Hall 303 Have you ever heard the term augmented reality? Ever wondered how […]Read more ›
Faculty interested in teaching in a hybrid of online format can join Academic Technologies for a four-week studio supporting faculty in the transition from face-to-face or hybrid to an online course format. These collaborative sessions will introduce faculty to the opportunities, challenges, best practices and available resources in regards to […]Read more ›
Faculty can find out how to integrate service learning into their course curriculum—and increase students’ motivation, comprehension, and participation—at an Introduction to Service Learning for Faculty and Instructors, Nov. 12 and 13. Service learning is gaining popularity as a transformational learning opportunity on campuses throughout the United States and across […]Read more ›
The “Challenges in Teaching” Faculty Learning Community is open to tenure-track, recently-tenured, and Group II faculty. Applications are due by Oct. 1. Members will discuss challenges to effective pedagogy. Depending on the interests of the group, these may include the following: Teaching sensitive subjects that center on political, religious, or […]Read more ›