Workshops and Events

The Office of Teaching and Learning offers workshops, webinars and other events designed to enhance and deepen pedagogical appreciation for instructional design, student learning, and scholarly inquiry.  Current events are listed below, please sign up using the register button.

Open Virtual Drop-In Consultations

Stop by our drop-in sessions in June and July to chat with OTL team members about your course and teaching plans. To join any drop-in session, select the “Open Virtual Drop-In Sessions” option on the registration form and we will email you the Zoom link. Use this Zoom link to join any of the drop-in sessions.

Real Time Synchronous Active Learning in Face-to-Face, Virtual, or Hybrid/Blended Modes (Part II)

This two-part workshop offers a guided opportunity to review the synchronous active learning strategies used in previous course offerings and consider which activities to keep, which to modify or remove, and what activities to add for upcoming course(s) to facilitate student engagement and learning. Our discussion will include synchronous active learning activities completed individually (e.g., polling, reflection) and in groups (e.g., collaborative brainstorming, small group discussions, think-pair-share), and activities that are face-to-face, online/virtual, or a combination....

Open Virtual Drop-In Consultations

Stop by our drop-in sessions in June and July to chat with OTL team members about your course and teaching plans. To join any drop-in session, select the “Open Virtual Drop-In Sessions” option on the registration form and we will email you the Zoom link. Use this Zoom link to join any of the drop-in sessions.

Asynchronous Active Learning in Face-to-Face, Virtual, or Hybrid/Blended Modes (Part I)

This two-part workshop offers an opportunity to review the asynchronous active learning strategies used in previous course offerings and consider which activities to keep, which to modify or remove, and what activities to add for your upcoming course(s) to facilitate student engagement and learning. Our discussion will include asynchronous active learning activities completed individually (e.g., individual reflection, guided notes, responding to writing prompts) and collaboratively (e.g., a collaborative study guide, collaborative brainstorming) to learn and discuss content and...