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CITLA News & Events (updated April 2, 2014)
The Electronic Alternative to the Red Pen: Correcting Papers with MS Word's Reviewing Toolbar
Having students submit papers electronically saves both paper and time but challenges instructors to find a way to correct papers and send them back electronically. With some basic information, you can use the features of Microsoft Word's Reviewing Toolbar to insert comments and edit papers. Students can also use these same features as they peer edit. If you would like to learn more about MS Word Review, come to this hands-on workshop presented by Faculty Mentor Kathleen Beauchene on Tuesday, April 15, 12:00 – 12:50 PM on the Lincoln campus, Rm 2330. For further information about the workshop content, contact Kathleen, email@example.com. Register for the workshop on the Faculty Technology Development web page.
Brown Bag Lunch: FLC
Have you ever seen notices about a Faculty Learning Community (FLC) forming and wondered what one does in an FLC? An FLC forms a cross-disciplinary community that meets over a semester to explore individual interests regarding teaching and learning. Please join Wendy Aronoff for an informational Brown Bag Lunch that describes CCRI’s FLC. During this session you will have the opportunity to ask questions about how an FLC may benefit your work and hear from your colleagues about its benefits. Please click here to register.
Brown Bag Lunch: Understanding and Supporting Our Student Veterans
Join Micaela Black Estrella, the VetSuccess On-campus Coordinator, for an informal discussion around the myths about student veterans versus the real issues that these students face and how we can better support them. Micaela will be on the Newport County Campus in room 233 from 12-1 on April 8, and on the Flanagan Campus in the rear of the faculty cafeteria from 12-1 on April 9. Please click here to register.
Brown Bag Lunch:
To text or not to text? (with a book, not a phone): That is the question! Join us for a casual conversation about the misuse and nonuse of textbooks at CCRI. Eylana Goldman Goffe, professor in the biology department, will lead the discussion on Friday, April 4 at 12:30 in room 1134 on the Liston campus. Please click here to RSVP.
CITLA Spring Book Club
This spring CITLA will host a book club to discuss Teaching First-Year College Students written by Erickson et al. Published in 2006, the book draws on the research and theory of learning, but its emphasis is on the practical application of these insights in the classroom. We’ll read and discuss the book in sections on the Lincoln and Warwick campuses. Please see the schedule below and please plan to join us for one or all of the discussions. Click here to register.
Suzanne McCormack will lead the discussion in the Faculty Dining Room from 12:30 - 1:30pm
|Tuesday, February 11||Part I: Understanding First-Year Students (Chapters 1-3)|
|DATE CHANGE: Thursday, March 27||Part 2: Effective Instruction for First-Year Students (Chapters 4-12)|
|Tuesday, April 22||Part 3: Opportunities and Challenges in First-Year Instruction (Chapters 13-16)|
Jeanne Mullaney will lead the discussions in the CITLA Center (KC 4560) from 2:00-3:00 pm.
|Wednesday, February 12||Part I: Understanding First-Year Students (Chapters 1-3)|
|Tuesday, March 18||Part 2: Effective Instruction for First-Year Students (Chapters 4-12)|
|Thursday, April 10||Part 3: Opportunities and Challenges in First-Year Instruction (Chapters 13-16)|
SAVE THE DATE: CITLA's 4th Annual Spring Symposium
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 from 9:30 - 2:30
MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW
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