Seminars, Workshops, Webinars, Institutes, Symposia, & New Faculty Orientations
These events and activities are open to faculty and staff members in Academic Affairs who are interested in instructional strategies and technologies. Seating for faculty is prioritized, and workshop meetings are generally designed around faculty schedules.
To find out more about TLC events and activities, click on the hyperlinked names below of the activities and events scheduled for the Spring Term 2020.
Register For An Event or Activity
To register for TLC events or activities, send an email message to email@example.com and list the event/activity titles for which you would like to reserve a seat.
SPRING TERM 2020
NFO Spring Meeting 1: Collegiality, Institutional Service, Campus Citizenship (Hunn, et al) – 1/21/20
Session 1 of Tuesdays @ 2: Design to Reduce Extraneous Cognitive Load (Ellis & Rapp) – 1/21/20
NFO Spring Meeting 2: Faculty Senate Explained (Hunn, et al) – 2/11/20
NFO Spring Meeting 3: Lunch with Faculty Colleagues (Hunn, et al) – 2/18/20
Session 2 of Tuesdays @ 2: Design to Address Intrinsic Cognitive Load (Ellis & Rapp) – 2/18/20
NFO Spring Meeting 4: Critical Thinking & Student Engagement (Hunn, et al) – 3/17/20
Session 3: Tuesdays @ 2: Design to Promote Germane Cognitive Load (Ellis & Rapp) – 3/17/20
NFO Spring Meeting 5: Planning for a Great Semester (Hunn, et al) –4/14/20
NFO Spring Meeting 6: Reflecting on the NFO: Ideas for Improvement (Hunn, et al) –4/21/20
Session 4: Tuesdays @ 2: Misconceptions in Teaching and Learning (Ellis & Rapp) – 4/21/20
Previous Term TLC Activities & Events
View the Previous Term TLC Activities & Events page for more information about seminars, workshops, and institutes held in past academic years.