Panelists will discuss their experiences and philosophies surrounding individual and collaborative assignments, direct and indirect assessments, and more hacks that emerge from their choices and those of their students at noon Wednesday, Oct. 30 in 508 SEC.
Keep your course running during a snowstorm, a conference, a family emergency, etc. Learn how to keep your class from falling behind when classes are canceled or you need to be gone at 1:30 p.m Friday, Oct. 25 in 138 ITTC. Register in advance.
How can we make the most of the increasing international student presence in our classroom? Panelists will discuss what we can do to help our international students be successful at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 in the ScholarSpace, LIB.
Celebrate Open Access Week at noon Wednesday, Oct. 23 in the ScholarSpace, LIB. Faculty from a variety of departments will share strategies they have used to implement Open Educational Resources (OERs) in their classrooms to help students save money on course materials.
Carissa Froyum will examine concrete ways through which we communicate inclusivity in our classrooms at noon Tuesday, Oct. 15 in 378 LIB. How can we identify appropriate challenges for all students and communicate that the course is structured in ways that are accessible to everyone?
What is effective teaching? What are the best practices in its review and evaluation? This session will look at resources that support our peer review responsibilities. Join us at 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, in 378 LIB.
Keep your course running during a snowstorm, a conference, a family emergency, etc. Learn how to keep your class from falling behind when classes are canceled or you need to be gone at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9 in 138 ITTC. Register in advance.
The October issue of the Human Resource Services newsletter is now available.
There will be a Business Process Users Group (BPUG) meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16 in Old Central Ballroom A, MAU. Please see the agenda for a list of topics.
The Anthropology Club is hosting a trip to Effigy Mounds to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day Saturday, Oct. 12. This is a free event and open to all until capacity. For more information and the link to RSVP, email Rachel Dilavou.