Lamson Learning Commons – Rm. 216
M-W 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Moodle course shells are made available for graduate Summer courses.
Just in time to write that final!
Join Michael Couvillion and Robyn Parker for an informative session on how to create better
exams through word choice and statistics. We’ll demo the strategies and identify resources
to help you implement them. All experience levels welcome! Hope to see you there!
Have you met the new faculty? Now that they have started to settle in and catch their breath, CETL is inviting all existing faculty and new faculty to join us on March 26 for a meet and greet. Stop in and introduce yourself! The CETL co-directors will be available to discuss ways that the Center can support you.
Please RSVP by March 20 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop will include a presentation by Anne Jung, Librarian, on what we teach and how we teach the library unit in FYS. There will be time for questions and discussion about the course in general.
The time to plan for next year is definitely here! We look forward to your joining us.
Presented by Provost Julie Bernier and the Promotion & Tenure Advisory Group
During this program Provost Bernier and members from the P&T Advisory Group will review Promotion and Tenure guidelines, procedures, and levels of expectation. Faculty members who have been tenured/promoted recently or are currently engaged in the process will share their experience and tips for gathering, organizing, and presenting documentation in support of their application.
While all Plymouth State Faculty are invited to this program, non- tenured faculty are especially encouraged to attend. If your department has written criteria for Promotion and Tenure, please bring this material along with you.
March 25, 2:30
Frost Conference Room
Presented by Jessica Dutille and Thaddeus Guldbrandsen, Office of Research & Engagement
Are you in the beginning stages of online teaching – perhaps developing your first online or blended course? Or maybe you’d like to improve the quality of your online course design. We can help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to be an effective online educator.
Register now for The New to Online Webinar for complimentary information about the Sloan-C New to Online Workshop Series – workshops specifically designed for the development offundamental online teaching skills.
Workshops in this series include:
Monday, March 10, 12:30
Tuesday, March 11, 2:30
This First Year Seminar instructor workshop will focus on several pedagogical techniques that many who teach the First Year Seminar course have found successful. We will share handouts and talk about what seems to fit well with various topics in the course.
This workshop will be helpful for those who will be teaching the course for the first time, for those who are thinking about teaching the course, and even for those who have taught the course before and would like to share techniques.