Monday, 21 Sep 2020
Moments of national reckoning are impactful only so much as our willingness to interpret and act on its lessons.
When colleges made the abrupt shift to online learning in the fall, the loss of human connection struck both students and teachers alike. How can colleges continuing in the virtual space this fall create a more intimate and engaging experience? That's one of the pressing questions our panel of teaching and online learning experts will address in an upcoming virtual forum.
Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020
CELT's Choose Your Instructional Tool Adventure focuses on various instructional strategies found on the CELT website and demonstrates practical ways to incorporate these tools in a Canvas course. Instructional support staff from across campus will facilitate each 30-minute byte. These 30-minutes builds on concepts covered in the Canvas Mini-Bytes training videos on the CELT instructional strategies pages.
Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Assistant Professor of Industrial Design, will share the essentials of Sketchnoting, a pattern-based, non-linear notetaking strategy that actively engages learners and promotes memory and retention. Participants will be introduced to the basics of Sketchnoting and practice visual note-taking during this one hour session. No artistic talent is required!
Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020
In this session you will learn tips on developing and submitting protocols to the IRB. A member of IRB staff will walk through key sections of the IRB application and explain what the IRB looks for during the review process.
Thursday, 24 Sep 2020
This workshop explores the notion of a Broader Impacts (BI) identity that will represent the long-term impact and legacy researchers efforts will have on society. It focuses on the idea of intertwining research identity and BI identity, to chart out an overall Impact Identity, and takes participants through a series of interactive, hands-on, individual and small-group activities to create in impact inventory and start forging an impact identity.
Friday, 25 Sep 2020
Join Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) staff Karen Bovenmyer and Gretchen Anderson (Program Coordinators) as they share strategies for dynamic engagement via synchronous class sessions. They will describe and model ways in which instructors can create active learning experiences using Top Hat, Webex, Zoom, and MS Teams.
All graduate faculty and other key stakeholders in graduate education are encouraged to take part in this three-part workshop series facilitated by Tera R. Jordan (Assistant Provost for Faculty Development and Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies).
Web talk, Lightboards and Asynchronous Lectures: Improving content and problem discussions for students
With the current events and increased need for digital content, improving the delivery of online material can seem very daunting and time-consuming. Using a lightboard studio, faculty are able to provide lectures, problem discussion, and material explanations on-camera.