Workshops & Opportunities
Fall 2016
Let us know which of the Fall 2016 workshops and opportunities you are interested in attending by responding below.

** All events are hosted in the FIT Studio, Solano Hall 1201, unless otherwise noted.

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Digital Badges
Wondering about the impact of using digital badges? This workshop will explore the use of digital badges within programs and/or courses. We will engage in discussion about designing and planning for the use of digital badges. We will examine the benefits and challenges of using digital badges in higher education, and the ability to recognize student achievement.
Build Your Faculty Website
Embrace your digital presence! Join us and learn how to design your own professional website using WordPress in CI Keys. You will build the framework for your own site in this workshop. You'll leave with your own site on which you may showcase your scholarship, service, and teaching innovations. ⁠⁠Facilitated by Michael McGarry
Active Learning Strategies
Share ideas to best engage students and promote their active learning, and learn to incorporate active learning “high-impact practices” into your everyday teaching. Leave with strategies for redesigning the way you teach a challenging concept or topic and expand your repertoire of strategies to promote students’ active engagement in learning. Facilitated by Marie Francois, History faculty at CI.
CI SERVES
The Center for Community Engagement is moving to an online database titled, CI SERVES, a software solution that allows our campus to track service-learning experiences. We encourage our service-learning faculty to attend this workshop and learn how to use CI SERVES to set-up your service-learning course. Facilitated by Pilar Pacheco. Select one.
Sustainable Information Literacy: Facilitating the Information Literate Classroom
How can faculty help first-generation and underrepresented students achieve greater information literacy? This workshop is an opportunity for faculty to work with librarians to learn how to incorporate information literacy practices into their courses. NOTE: This is a hands-on session. Please bring your course syllabus and research assignments with you. Facilitated by CI Librarians- Colleen Harris-Keith, Janet Pinkley, Debi Hoffman. Location: Broome 1756
Writing to Learn
This workshop will help faculty implement both low and high stakes writing assignments into the curriculum of content-intensive courses. Faculty will learn tools and strategies for designing, responding to, and assessing student writing. Emphasis will be placed on assignments that use writing as a tool for thinking and learning. Facilitated by Stacey Anderson, English faculty at CI.
Faculty Writing Connection
Have a project you are noodling on? A journal article or chapter that just won’t write itself? Find the nudge you need here. We will rotate workshopping creative and scholarly processes with group research and writing time. Set your goals now. We will inspire each other and celebrate our accomplishments in December! This is a weekly event. All sessions are Thursday afternoons from 2-4p facilitated by Julia Balen.
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