Lorin Grieve, PharmD, will facilitate a Game Design workshop co-sponsored by the School of Pharmacy and the Teaching Center on Thursday, November 8. In this workshop, Dr. Grieve will explain the process of iterative game design with a focus on application to learning environments. Combining instructional design with game design can create experiences that enhance a learner’s knowledge or skills. Sign up via the Game Design workshop registration form.
Join our staff for a Researchers’ Writing Group every Friday in Alumni Hall. This voluntary writing program aims to provide support and accountability to faculty working on research. The program is open to all faculty and provides a space for individuals to meet and write together for a weekly three-hour block of time. The hope is that the writing groups will carve out time in researchers’ busy schedules for writing. For more information, contact Dr. Josie Rush at email@example.com or by phone at 412-624-7213.
Teaching Surveys begin Monday, April 1, and run through Sunday, April 21. Did you know that you can monitor your response rates in real time through your Teaching Survey dashboard? Also, the Office of Measurement and Evaluation of Teaching offers tips and resources that can help increase response rates and receive quality feedback.