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ID Partners will meet Sept. 28, 2022.

Teaching Center Update for Sept. 23, 2022

ID Partners September Meeting
Join the ID (Instructional Design) Partners next Wednesday, Sept. 28, for a special guest presentation, "How Can Design Justice Inform Learning Design in Higher Education?"

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Teaching Center Update for Sept. 16, 2022

Three Ideas for Piloting Scaled Alternative Grading Methods
Alternative grading systems are designed to address questions about traditional criterion and give students more agency over the learning process.

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Teaching Center Update for Sept. 9, 2022

Gathering, Interpreting, & Using Midterm Survey Feedback
Join us on Sept. 26, for a workshop that discusses the value of collecting input from students and how you can customize midterm surveys to gather targeted feedback on different aspects of your course(s).

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Teaching Center Update for Sept. 2, 2022

Fall 2022 Teaching Survey Information
Get a head start on requesting and customizing your midterm and end-of-term teaching surveys. Instructors can begin requesting midterm surveys on Sept. 6.

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Teaching Center Update for Aug. 26, 2022

How to Create A Stellar Syllabus
In this video, you’ll learn how to set the right opening tone for your course and give your students reasonable expectations about what to expect from the learning experience. Even further, you’ll make sure that your syllabus covers all of the required elements, and learn what other options for material are available for you to consider.

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Teaching Center Update for Aug. 19, 2022

Support for Scholarly Activities Outside the Classroom
In addition to providing classroom support, the Teaching Center provides academic event support for on-campus meetings, conferences, or symposiums, as well as audiovisual support services for in-person, virtual, and hybrid events.

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