Workshops and Professional Development
The following is a list of upcoming workshops. We hope you can join us. We are also happy to arrange a time to meet one-to-one to discuss any of these topics. Just contact us! You are also welcome to peruse past workshops.
Copyright for Educators
September 15 – 9:00am to 2:00pm - Bertona 1 | October 28 - 12:00 to 1:00 pm | Library Classroom
Instructors: Kristen Hoffman, Psychology and Scholarly Communications Librarian and Michael Paulus, University Librarian
How does copyright relate to faculty work as educators and scholars? At this session, we will discuss the exclusive rights of copyright holders and how exceptions to those rights, such as fair use, guide our in-person and online classroom use. We will also discuss copyright’s role in publishing and journal policies.
Lunch will be provided.
Faculty Learning Communities
In addition to workshops and one-to-one training sessions,ETM facilitates Faculty Learning Communities (FLC). A FLC is a voluntary, structured, yearlong, multi-disciplinary, community of practice or around 6-12 participants that includes building community and the development of scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). (2012 IATS) Past groups have researched and discussed a variety of educational topics, including Blended Learning, Active Learning, Flipping the Classroom, Adobe Connect, and iPads in Education. Our 2014 learning communities are centered on the topics of Online Learning. If you are interested in participating in a future faculty learning community, please contact us.
Read updates about this year’s learning community here: http://blog.spu.edu/etm/category/community-of-practice/