Pathways for Faculty

Pathways for Faculty are educational experiences designed exclusively for faculty. The intent of Pathways for Faculty is to deepen and enrich the teaching practice by focusing on a specific aspect of teaching. Space is limited so register today!

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If you would like to work with a cohort of collaborative faculty, instructional designers, and librarians to enrich, enhance, or reinvent a course, consider applying for the Extended Diversity Experience.

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LMS Support and Consulting is featuring a series of “Creating Multimedia” workshops this spring and summer. Each workshop focuses on tips and tools to help instructors prepare course materials for their class.

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Testing Center hosts PACTA meeting

The University of Pittsburgh Testing Center hosted the 2018 meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of College Testing Administrators [PACTA] on May 17. We spent the day with testing center administrators from across Pennsylvania, sharing insights and experiences from the world…

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TC60: Teaching Partners

A new faculty community has blossomed here at Pitt, one that brings together instructors from every campus, several schools and multiple disciplines. The Teaching Partners formed in October 2017 as a new faculty community that creates peer-to-peer dialogues and more…

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Pitt Renews SARA Participation

The University of Pittsburgh renewed its participation in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA) this month. As a SARA-participating institution, Pitt is required to adhere to a national standard for offering interstate postsecondary distance education. As a…

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Securing your reality: Addressing security and privacy in virtual and augmented reality applications

The increasingly rapid pace of technological advancement presents continual opportunities — and challenges — for the research and education communities. Most recently, advances in head-mounted displays (HMDs) for both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have made dramatic improvements in the devices’ efficacy and affordability….

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