Faculty Friday – Engaging students in collaborative work using MIRO

Learn how colleagues are using Miro to engage students in interactive visual collaboration in the virtual classroom. Miro provides a free Educational account to faculty and students. You may wish to create an account and explore the platform prior to the workshop: https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360017730473-Education-PlanPlease register and a ZOOM link for the meeting will be sent automatically.

Zotero Basics

Attendees will learn the capabilities of this powerful, free open-source reference management software program. The session covers the functionalities of the Zotero client, adding the Zotero plugin to your browser, and importing citations to generate a bibliography. To maximize our workshop time, please download Zotero from https://www.zotero.org and create your username and password in the

Avoiding Predatory Journals and Conferences (Faculty Commons, Faculty Fridays)

Predatory journals and conferences are a hot topic but frequently misunderstood. We’ll debunk some myths and learn more about predatory journal and conference characteristics as well as how to thoughtfully evaluate a journal or conference before submitting. This workshop will include hands-on activities. Watch recording of event below. Slides and handout are available here. Our

Teaching Portfolio Workshop

The Teaching Portfolio is a valuable tool that asks us to look more closely at what we do in the classroom. Often referred to as a “Reflective” Teaching Portfolio, we view this document not only as a means to record our teaching experience, but as a way to reflect on what makes each of us effective in the classroom, and what we can do to continually improve our experience and the experience of our students.

Teaching Portfolio Workshop

The Teaching Portfolio is a valuable tool that asks us to look more closely at what we do in the classroom. Often referred to as a “Reflective” Teaching Portfolio, we view this document not only as a means to record our teaching experience, but as a way to reflect on what makes each of us effective in the classroom, and what we can do to continually improve our experience and the experience of our students.

Teaching Portfolio Workshop

The Teaching Portfolio is a valuable tool that asks us to look more closely at what we do in the classroom. Often referred to as a “Reflective” Teaching Portfolio, we view this document not only as a means to record our teaching experience, but as a way to reflect on what makes each of us effective in the classroom, and what we can do to continually improve our experience and the experience of our students.