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This fall, the University Center for Teaching and Learning is piloting a series of professional development events designed for part-time faculty. Part-time faculty can sign up for two types of events: open hours sessions and workshops.

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Interested in working for the University Center for Teaching and Learning? Look over the available positions at the PittSource site.

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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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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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Experiences from the ID2ID Program

The ID2ID Program is a cross-institutional professional development program for Instructional Designers (ID) open to educational technologists, multimedia specialists, programmers, and production specialists in higher education settings. This joint initiative between Penn State University and Educause launched its first cohort…

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The University of Pittsburgh Testing Center hosted this year’s meeting of the Pennsylvania College Testing Association (PACTA) in May. PACTA is an intrastate network that brings together professionals from testing centers throughout the state. The latest edition of our TC60 video blog series…

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Some scholars have questioned academe’s reliance on letters of recommendation, saying they’re onerous for the professors writing them or speak more about connections to “big-name” scholars than substance, or both. A recent study explores another concern about letters of recommendation: whether they’re biased against…

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