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Archived Resources on Faculty Scholarship

Title Description Presenter Resources
Presented by Digital CSU: Creating a Research Pitch Video: Using Video to Communicate Your Research to a Wider Audience Are you interested in pitching or communicating your research to a wider, more general audience? Have you been asked by a funder, journal editor, professional organization, and/or media outlet to share your work via video but were not sure where to start or what to do? If so, this session is for you. Join us to learn how you can create your own research pitch video. Cigdem Slankard, Film & Media Arts, & Molly Buckley-Marudas, Teacher Education Recording
Presented by Digital CSU: Introduction to Systematic Review Researchers are always looking for ways to obtain data for future research studies. Unfortunately, we do not take advantage of the data we have readily available. A systematic review refers to a review of the evidence on a clearly formulated question that uses systematic and explicit methods to identify, select and critically appraise relevant primary research, and to extract and analyze data from the studies that are included in the review. The session aims to introduce participants to the methodology of systematic reviews. Michele Heath DBA & Tracy H Porter PhD, Management Recording
Completing Your eFAAR Report in Faculty180   Joanne Goodell, Center for Faculty Excellence Recording
Reappointment, Tenure & Promotion: Preparing for External Review   Joanne Goodell, Center for Faculty Excellence Recording
New Faculty eFAAR Workshop: Why It's Important & Strategies for Reporting

Join us for this panel discussion on the basics of the eFAAR, aimed at new faculty preparing their first report.

Jenn Visocky O'Grady, Faculty Mentoring Fellow Recording
Processing Dossier Feedback & Planning for the Next Review The goal of this session is to help faculty review dossier feedback and plan for future productivity and the next round of review. It's a conversation about strategy. How should you process the review letters? Can you tell a more effective story about your accomplishments? Can organization and structure help reviewers find information they may have missed? Who should you talk with to make sure you're on track for next steps? We'll discuss how to craft your personal statement for maximum clarity and impact; talk strategies for addressing reviewer suggestions (in your actions and in your next dossier); describe best practices for highlighting achievements, and more. Jenn Visocky O'Grady, Faculty Mentoring Fellow Recording
eDossier & eFAAR This workshop is designed for faculty going up for review & preliminary review this Fall 2020. Joanne Goodell, Center for Faculty Excellence


eDossier for Candidates This workshop from August 4, 2020 is designed for Candidates going up for review in Fall 2020, and only covers the eDossier report. Joanne Goodell, Center for Faculty Excellence Recording