The Hybrid and Online Teaching and Learning Seminar is an eight-week course for faculty who are interested in strengthening their online teaching acumen. Participants will build a sample online course and evaluate the demo courses of their peers. This seminar work together as a cohort and will meet once a week for 90 minutes (four times face-to-face and four times synchronously online)
Teaching surveys begin April 2, so now is the time to start planning for the survey period! Here are some tips from the Office of Measurement and Evaluation of Teaching to get you and your students prepared.
- You may customize your survey by adding questions. Check our Question Library for a comprehensive list of custom questions you can add to your survey.
- Plan now to allow class time for students to take the survey. Look for days and times between April 2 and April 22 to give students the opportunity to complete their surveys.
Are you a faculty member interested in incorporating what you learned about diversity and inclusive concepts into your course this year? If so, consider applying for a spot in the Extended Diversity Experience program. This extended professional growth experience will connect you to a cohort of faculty who are interested in diversity, equity and inclusion issues, with liaison librarians who can find and utilize resources related to your teaching interests, and with pedagogy experts who will work collaboratively with you to transform your course. An application is required for acceptance into the program. Visit the Extended Diversity Experience web page for details, and apply online