Wednesday, August 17 | Engineering and Technology Building | 5:15 p.m. -8:30 p.m. Register » Organizer(s): Douglas Jerolimov and Presenter(s): Various
Are you a new or returning Associate Faculty member? (Sometimes Associate Faculty are called “part-time faculty” or “part-time lecturers.”) If so, you are invited to attend the Associate Faculty Teaching Forum, an event designed to support your professional development as teaching faculty at IUPUI. This year, our event offers six sessions for you to engage in conversation with CTL consultants and with your Associate Faculty colleagues about teaching methodologies and classroom techniques, and about new ways of using technology in the classroom and online. Also, this year's event includes a session called the Associate Faculty Orientation for new and returning faculty who are interested in learning about resources that IUPUI makes available to support your work. Sessions are designed to encourage discussion and the sharing of ideas among new and experienced instructors.
IUPUI TA Orientation
IUPUI TA Orientation
Thursday, August 18 | Multiple Locations | 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Register » Organizer(s): James Gregory and Anusha Rao and Presenter(s): Various
Formerly known as the ETTA Fall Conference, the IUPUI TA Orientation is an all-day event that helps prepare IUPUI graduate students to teach for the first time. Sessions cover a wide range of topics, including, understanding student privacy issues, using classroom technology, grading, and balancing personal and professional duties. Jean-luc Doumont of Principiae Consulting will deliver the keynote talk entitled “Teaching is not Learning: Going Beyond the Traditional Lecture.” The orientation also includes a Resource Fair where TAs can meet representatives from the various units and offices that support graduate and undergraduate student success on campus. By participating in this focused event, IUPUI graduate students new to teaching can better prepare for their first classroom or online teaching experience. The orientation is free and lunch will be provided.
Student Response Systems: Getting Started with TurningPoint Cloud
Monday, August 8 | Online Webinar | 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Register » Organizer(s): Kelly Scholl and Presenter(s): Kelly Scholl
The focus of this webinar will be on the use of Student Response Systems in the classroom and how to get started with the technology including: Account creation for instructors and students, features within the software,building presentations, facilitating in the classroom and managing student data.This webinar is designed for faculty and staff at IU who are new to student response systems and wanting to incorporate ways to engage students in the classroom.
Transitioning to TurningPoint Cloud
Tuesday, August 9 | Online Webinar | 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Register » Organizer(s): Kelly Scholl and Presenter(s): Kelly Scholl
The focus of this webinar will be on the differences between TurningPoint 5 and TurningPoint Cloud - Student Response System softwares. Some of these differences will include: Account creation for instructors and students, new features within the software including attendance, Word Cloud and enhanced ResponseWare messaging. This webinar is designed for faculty and staff at IU who are currently using TurningPoint 5 (clickers), and for those needing to migrate to TurningPoint Cloud.
Teaching@IUPUI: First Day of Class
Wednesday, August 10 | Online - Adobe Connect | 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Register » Organizer(s): Terri Tarr and Presenter(s): Douglas Jerolimov, Terri Tarr
The first day of class sets the tone for the rest of the semester. It’s an opportunity to set learners’ expectations, establish a feeling of community, and give students a taste of course content. This online mini-workshop will focus on ideas and activities that instructors can use to get a course off to a great start, with time for questions and discussion.
Canvas Information and Workshops
Learn how to use Canvas, IU's new Learning Management System, at your own pace or in a guided tutorial. The Center for Teaching and Learning, along with IT Training, offers a wide variety of workshops and webinars to help faculty set up Canvas sites for summer and fall semesters.
Thursday, August 18 | Glick Eye Institute (GK) 103 | 5:15 p.m. -7:00 p.m. Register » Organizer(s): Shawn Patrick and Presenter(s): Jean-luc Doumont, Principae
Although widely used in research to analyze and communicate data, graphs and charts are often poorly mastered by researchers. Based on Dr. Jean-luc Doumont's popular book, Trees, Maps, and Theorems, this workshop will provide attendees the skills needed to:
Select the appropriate type of image for a given data set and research question
Optimize a graph's layout to reveal a study's outcomes
Write a caption that is useful for the researcher and reader
This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Team Teaching and Team-based Learning
Academy of Teaching Scholars Workshops
In preparation for teaching in the new IUSM curriculum, the Academy of Teaching Scholars presents three workshops to develop skills in team teaching and team-based learning. Faculty from schools other than IUSM are welcome to attend.
The Team Teaching session on August 23rd, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m., will explore research-based strategies to make the most of team teaching. Presented by Kathryn Plank, editor of Team Teaching: Across the Disciplines, Across the Academy.
The Team-Based Learning (TBL) 101 session on September 29th, 5:15- 7:15 p.m., will be conducted in a TBL format, where participants must prepare ahead, take a Readiness Assurance test (individual and team), and engage actively with their assigned team members. Presented by Rick Sabina, Professor of Biomedical Sciences (retired), Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.
The Effective Facilitation of Team-Based Learning session on September 30th, 8:30 - 11:00 a.m., will provide useful strategies to overcome common scenarios that can present challenges for a facilitator. Presented by Rick Sabina, Professor of Biomedical Sciences (retired), Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.
All sessions will be available via Polycom. These are free and open to all, but registration is required.
Get Published and Write Winning Proposals
Get Published, Write Winning Proposals and Produce Effective Presentations: A Workshop Series for International Faculty and Scholars
Organized by Internationally Renowned Applied Linguist Dr. Ulla Connor
Academic Writing for Publication in English (September 16, 2016, 9 am – 4 pm & January 27, 2017, 9 am – 4 pm)
Scientific Grant Proposal Writing (September 30, 2016, 9 am – 4 pm & February 17, 2017, 9 am – 4 pm)
Communication Skills for Oral Presentations (October 21, 2016, 9 am – 4 pm & March 10, 2017, 9 am – 4 pm)
All of the workshops are designed to assist international faculty, researchers and graduate students to improve their oral, written and intercultural communication strategies and to provide engaging, hands-on learning activities. For registration dates and more information, please visit https://liberalarts.iupui.edu/icic/pages/workshops/. For questions, feel free to contact Ulla Connor at 317-278-2441"mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org. Register early, space is limited.
Presented by: International Center for Intercultural Communication (ICIC)
Sponsored by: The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research The Center for Teaching and Learning The Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI)
Call for Proposals for the IU Online Conference
The Office of Online Education, in collaboration with the Office of Collaborative Programs and eLearning Design and Services, is hosting an inaugural statewide IU Online Conference, November 11, 2016 on the IUPUI campus.
In preparation for the conference, the Office of Online Education is seeking proposals from IU faculty and staff from across the state who are innovators and collaborators in the online space. These proposals will focus on supporting IU's mission of delivering high-quality, highly engaging, online courses and programs to IU students around the globe.
The Office of Online Education will consider proposals for 45-minute presentations that address empirical research, showcase best practices, and/or describe lessons learned related to online courses or programs. Proposals are due Sunday, September 25, 2016 by 11:59 p.m. For additional information, or to submit a proposal, visit the conference proposal page at https://teachingonline.iu.edu/events/conference2016/index.html.
Mack Fellows Call for Applications
The Mack Fellows’ work is at the very core of the mission of Indiana University’s Mack Center for Inquiry on Teaching and Learning. Each year a group of fellows is selected from the full-time faculty (tenured, holding tenurable appointments, Lecturers, Librarians with Faculty rank) of IU campuses to advance the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
Each applicant must propose an ambitious yet attainable SoTL research project that is innovative, well grounded in the emerging body of knowledge about SoTL, and has a projected important effect on the home campus, IU, SoTL and/or on scholarly teaching across the academy. Applications are due by October 1, 2016. For additional information, visit: https://facet.iu.edu/news-events/_news/20160603-mack-fellows-call.html.
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