Contact Us

Contact Us

August 29th, 2013 by Eric

Faculty Lounge

Lamson Rm. 113

Hours Open:

Monday- Friday

9AM—4PM

Can reserve for meetings!

Phone
603-535-2368
Have a question? Email us: psu-cetl@plymouth.edu
Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #47B
Plymouth, NH 03264

Ongoing Events

January 1st, 2015 by Ivy
Meditation Mondays
Every Monday
12:20PM – 12:40PM
Frost Commons
Join faculty and staff for guided meditation each Monday from 12:20-12:40pm. No experience necessary.
 
LTOE drop-in session
Wednesday and Thursday 10:30a.m.-1:00p.m. in the space outside of CETL (Lamson 113)
 
 Shop Talk by COBA
2nd Monday of the Month
Academic Integrity
April 13th
5:00-6:00p.m.
Hyde- Room 115
 
 Inspired Course Redesign
The 4th Monday of each month
6:00p.m.
Enterprise Center

 

 

 

Shop Talk by COBA, 2nd Monday Each Month

January 1st, 2015 by Stacey

Grade Inflation

2nd Monday of each month

5:00-6:00

Hyde- Room 115

LTOE’s drop-in sessions, Wednesdays and Thursdays – 10:30AM-1:00PM

January 1st, 2015 by Ivy

Bring your questions to LTOE’s drop-in sessions!

Wednesdays and Thursdays - 10:30AM-1:00PM, in the space outside of CETL (Lamson 113), in the back of the library’s main level.

 

Meditation Mondays, Every Monday 12:20PM – 12:40PM

January 1st, 2015 by Ivy

Every Monday

12:20PM – 12:40PM

Frost Commons

Join faculty and staff for guided meditation each Monday from 12:20-12:40pm. No experience necessary.

Inspired Course Redesign, 4th Monday of each Month

January 1st, 2015 by Ivy

On the 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 pm

Join Robyn Parker and others to discuss turning your class into an online experience.

Enterprise Center of Plymouth

(newly renovated building on the traffic circle downtown)

Contact Robyn for further details: here.

 

Beyond the Textbook: Lamson’s Resources for your Courses

January 1st, 2015 by Stacey

Monday, February 2nd 

9:00 AM – 9:50 AM

Frost Commons

Reference librarian Christin Chenard introduces you to the wealth of services available through Lamson.

 

Beyond the Textbook: Lamson’s Resources for your Courses

January 1st, 2015 by Stacey

Thursday, February 5th

11:00 AM – Noon

Frost Commons

Reference librarian Christin Chenard introduces you to the wealth of services available through Lamson.

Promotion and Tenure Meet & Greet

January 1st, 2015 by Stacey

 Friday February 13th 

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Frost Commons

Please RSVP by Feb 11th  so we can provide ample refreshments.

Applying for promotion and/or tenure in the Fall? Thinking about organizing your portfolio over the summer? Drop in to this informal gathering to meet other people who plan to apply and share your questions with each other and with CETL. What would you like clarified? What kind of support do you need? CETL can anonymously convey any questions to deans and the provost as they prepare PT&E information sessions later this semester. In the meantime, at this informal gathering, have a snack, meet your colleagues, and help us strengthen our sense of community as teacher-scholars at PSU! ePortfolio demo at 3pm.

Qualitative Research discussion: “Language, Transcription, and Coding: How to get it all done?”

January 1st, 2015 by Stacey
Tuesday, February 24th
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Frost Commons
Elliott Gruner, Jennifer Anderson, and Jenna Stapleton invite colleagues from all disciplines to share ideas on how to best capture, transcribe and analyze language-rich research data. We want to hear how faculty and students are grappling with such research challenges and especially about any ready solutions that might be out there. We also will explore what software and other mechanical solutions might be on the horizon . . . and also what limits might exist for some time despite apparent progress in language recognition technologies.

 

Qualitative Research discussion: “Language, Transcription, and Coding: How to get it all done?”

January 1st, 2015 by Stacey
Wednesday, February 25th
9:00 AM – 9:50 AM
Frost Commons
Elliott Gruner, Jennifer Anderson, and Jenna Stapleton invite colleagues from all disciplines to share ideas on how to best capture, transcribe and analyze language-rich research data. We want to hear how faculty and students are grappling with such research challenges and especially about any ready solutions that might be out there. We also will explore what software and other mechanical solutions might be on the horizon . . . and also what limits might exist for some time despite apparent progress in language recognition technologies.