Exhibitors Wanted

Teaching and Learning Activities Showcase of hybrid or online classroom projects and activities.

Submit a proposal by
Friday, March 6.

More information about the Showcase

Now accepting applications for a Fall 2015 grad assistant!

Do you enjoy teaching?

Want to help other instructors strengthen their teaching skills?

Have you completed all your coursework?

Application deadline is March 23.

We need you!

Participants needed for a national study to explore how the scholarship of Teaching and Learning is supported.

Please complete the survey.

Photo of previous CDA attendees working on project.

Do you have a new course to design? Have you wanted to re-design a course you’ve been teaching for a while?

Consider applying by March 23 to be a participant in our 4th annual Course Design Academy (CDA).

You’ll spend a week designing your course in the company of 10 or so other faculty from across the university. As a participant in this highly interactive faculty learning community, you’ll apply principles of learning and assessment, as well as the latest research on teaching, to your specific course. Inspired by the CDA, previous participants have collaborated on grant projects, presented at teaching conferences, and given invited talks on teaching topics.

Learn more about CDA

We are currently recruiting applicants for an Academic Instructional Consultant, Technology Pedagogy Specialist
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Registration now open for this 2nd annual event.
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