Center for Faculty Excellence

Center for Faculty Excellence Workshops

 Most of our workshops take place from 11:30am to 12:30pm at Rhodes Tower, Room 401, unless a different room or time has been announced. Please keep this page bookmarked, as more workshops will be posted here soon.

Click here for more information on our Book Discussions, Spring 2020 Gateway Courses Program and Teaching Open Houses.


March 2020

Registration and confirmation are required in order to receive a lunch, however walk-ins are always welcome! Registration forms close 48 hours prior to the workshop. A member of CFE staff will contact you 3-5 business days prior to each event to confirm your intent to attend.

** March 13, 2020: Please note that CFE workshops will now be hosted as online-only due to our university's move to remote learning. Lunches can no longer be offered, but registration will still be accepted and tracked for end of year certificates.**
**March 20, 2020: Our March workshops have been postponed to Fall 2020. We will host 3 more workshops that are targeted at the current needs of faculty. An archive of past workshop resources has been included below.**

Spring 2020 Workshops

Tutoring & Academic Success Center - Online Resources to Help Students  (asynchronous)
Presented by: Chrissy Knapke, Director of TASC
Complete the Assessment Survey for workshop credit* 

Advanced Panopto (asynchronous)
Presented by: John Hubbard, Instructional Technology Specialist, CITDL
Description: This workshop will cover editing Panopto recordings, analytics tools, and student/ viewer-centric features in the Panopto player. Time-permitting, we will talk about additional features like mobile apps and using Panopto as a content hosting platform. 
Complete the Assessment Survey for workshop credit*

eDossier & eFAAR (Link to Blackboard Collaborate)
Wednesday, April 1st - 2:00pm EST
Presented by: Joanne Goodell, Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence
Description: This workshop is designed for faculty going up for review & preliminary review this Fall 2020. 
 

Creating an Effective Online Assessment Policy (Link to Blackboard Collaborate)
Thursday, April 2nd - 11:30am EST
Presented by: Joanne Goodell, Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence
Description: This workshop will include best practices in creating or modifying your assessment policy to best fit the online learning environment.
Complete the Assessment Survey for workshop credit*

Archived Workshop Resources

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To review workshops offered in the 2018-19 academic year, click here for our workshop log.


Gateway Courses Program - Spring 2020

Applying Psychological Science to Teaching and Learning to Improve Student Success

The Spring 2020 application is now closed.

More information can be found on our book discussion page.

 

Sip & Share Open Houses 

Join the Center for Faculty Excellence for afternoon tea and conversation. Each open house will center on a different topic in teaching & learning. Topic summaries will be provided; you do not need to listen to the podcast in order to attend.

Spring dates to be announced.