Sunday, 28 Feb 2016
Plan to "Cultivate Your Adventure" at the full-day Professional and Scientific Council professional development conference. The conference will offer inspiration and motivation through sessions that focus on cultivating your professional -- as well as your personal -- life.
Monday, 29 Feb 2016
Steve Fiore, director of the University of Central Florida's Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, has a long list of publications and external funding in the area of team science. He will discuss frameworks for building 'team syntheses' - from individual expertise into a collaborative network that clarifies roles; maps out flows, iterations and incremental outcomes; anticipates emergent problems; and promotes reflective improvement.
Wednesday, 02 Mar 2016
This session will introduce strategies for implementing flipped classroom approach and methods to enhance student engagement. Faculty panel speakers will share detailed implementation examples that include content preparation for both face-to-face and online environments, assessments/evaluations development that aligned with course learning objectives/outcomes.
"Finding Foundation Funding and What to do Once You've Found a Match." Learn how to strategically search for foundation funding using the Foundation Directory Online and other sources. This session will inform you about the next steps to take once a match is found, as well as the university resources available to you to assist with completion of your submission.
Thursday, 03 Mar 2016
This session, relevant to faculty in all disciplines and ranks, is designed to provide an in-depth look at resources to document and improve your scholarly impact. Attendees will learn how to: Create citation reports in Web of Science; view author and citation reports in Scopus; set up a Google Scholar Citations Profile; find their h-index in each of these databases; and create an ORCiD profile. This workshop will be led by Lorrie Pellack, Asso
Friday, 04 Mar 2016
Lost the references you need for your research paper/ Thesis and dissertation citations becoming unmanageable? This workshop for beginners introduces EndNote Web, a free bibliographic management program that helps you collect, organize, format and use your collected citations in your writing projects. Learn how to get started with EndNote Web! Seating is limited. Preregistration is required.