Teaching Center Update

Part-Time Faculty Workshops and Open Hours Sessions

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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. Teaching Center consultants will be available during open hours to answer questions regarding pedagogy, course or assignment design, Blackboard, and technology questions.

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Registration is now open for Pathways for Faculty!

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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. Faculty are experts in their field; however, many haven’t had the opportunity to dive deep into teaching. Interested faculty may apply online for the Pathway of their choice. More information on each Pathway is available on the Pathways For Faculty web page.

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Teaching Center Update, May 11, 2018

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Have you been thinking about updating a course to be more inclusive, to incorporate greater diversity, or to promote social justice through your discipline? These are important goals, and yet finding the time and resources to make these changes can be challenging. That’s why the Extended Diversity Experience was created. 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. Applications must be submitted by Monday, June 25. There are 12 seats available.

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CourseWeb/ Blackboard Archive Notice

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CourseWeb/Blackboard classes taught between Fall 2013 and Summer 2016 (Terms 2141 through 2167) will be archived on May 7, 2018, by LMS Support and Consulting. Please note that archived courses are retrievable by e-mail request. In this message, you will find important information about this process.

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