COMING SOON: THE 2017-18 CALENDAR OF WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS TO SUPPORT YOUR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS
Friday, October 6, Knight Campus, 11:30-12:30, CITLA Office #4560
In this workshop, Honors directors Lynne Andreozzi-Fontaine (Psychology) and Karen Kortz (Physics) will guide a discussion about the faculty side of the Honors Program. Participants will explore the wide range of projects students can do, consider faculty requirements and expectations, discuss benefits for faculty, and learn how to ensure a successful experience for both the faculty member and the student. Please RSVP here.
Wednesday, October 25, Knight Campus, 11:30 – 12:30, Room 5579/Library
Thursday, October 26, Flanagan, 11:30 – 12:30, Library
Jim Salisbury (Library) will be discussing the progress of the Open Educational Resources initiative at CCRI. Since its announcement one year ago, OER has made great advances at the college. Take the time to see what is happening, what your colleagues are doing, and the impact on the students at CCRI. Take the time to discuss, inquire, and learn more OER and how it is changing effect on the students of CCRI. Please RSVP here.
Thursday, November 9, 2017, Liston Campus,11:00 am-12:00 pm, Room 1134
Universal Design for Instruction is about recognizing the knowledge and skills students need in order to learn what we are asking them to learn, which will in turn prepare them to be successful on our assessments. It is also about structuring the instruction and activities in the course so that students can develop that knowledge and demonstrate those skills (Harrison, JPED, 2006). Join Brenda McGill (Program Director, Disability Services for Students) to discuss the application of UDI to a sampling of topics. Please RSVP here.
Come by to browse CITLA’s book collection...
...just outside the CITLA Center (room 4560 in the Knight Campus library) or browse the collection virtually by going to www.ccri.edu/library going to the center of the page under "Find Books", clicking on "Encore Search" and typing in "CITLA" as the keyword.
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