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Join us from 9:05am-10:25am in DISC 464
Topic: Open Access/Scholarly Communication with Leslie Hurst and Megan Watson
Future dates of Seminars for New Faculty:
May 15, 2015 - 9:05am-10:25am in Disc 464
Topic: Year end wrap-up
Plagiarism Prevention Through Assignment Design
Thursday, April 30, 2015
9:00am - 10:30am, UW1-103
Facilitators: John Holmes, Psychology Librarian, UWS; Amanda Hornby, Teaching and Learning Program Librarian, UWS; Ian Porter, Learning Technologist, UWB
This workshop will explore designing effective assignments, preventing plagiarism, and using the assignment and assessment tools in Canvas. We will examine best practices in using Turn It In as a pedagogical tool and also cover the issues of ethics and authorship. Instructors are encouraged to bring a writing/research assignment from one of their courses.
Establishing Effective Online International Collaborations to Enhance Teaching and Learning
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
11:30am - 1:00pm, UW2-327
Facilitators: Ursula Valdez, IAS Faculty, UWB; Dr. Armando Valdes-Velasquez, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru; Natalia Dyba, Director of Global Initiatives, UWB; Greg Tuke, CUSP, International Collaborations Facilitator, UWB
Join 2015 COIL Fellows to learn and discuss current experiences implementing international collaborations into UWB courses. Ursula Valdez, IAS, and her Peruvian partner, Dr. Armando Valdes-Velasquez, will discuss their collaboration on BIS 490: From the Andes to the Cascades this spring. Global Initiatives staff will provide background about the Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) pedagogy and other COIL Fellows will share the courses they are planning for next year.
SAVE THE DATE!
10th Annual NW eLearning Conference - October 22-23, 2015, Olympia, WA
Where teaching, leanrning & tech converge!
Join your colleagues in Olympia, WA for the 10th annual Northwest eLearning Conference - two full days of sessions on eLearning including lightning round presentations, roundtable discussions, and an insightful keynote address (or two). For the second year, we plan to include a special track focusing on the K-12 environment. This year's conference will be at the Red Lion in Olympia.
The NW eLearning Conference is a unique, cost-effective opportunity for faculty, administrators, instructional designers, graduate students, and technologists to come together to discuss best practices, collaborations, and ideas in integrating technology in learning.
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SEMINARS FOR NEW FACULTY:
Supporting the success of UW Bothell's new faculty is an ongoing commitment of the Teaching and Learning Center. Therefore, we invite you to continue your involvement through the Seminars for New Faculty (SNF) series, which features interactive, helpful sessions and workshops on a variety of topics showcasing the many resources at your disposal as scholars and teachers. We will offer two such events each quarter through the academic year. These are brown bag events so feel free to bring your lunch!
TIPS are monthly workshops facilitated by learner-educators (faculty, staff, or students) that provide an opportunity for learner-educators to share best practices and transformative pedagogies.
If you would like to facilitate a TIPS workshop, please fill out our TIPS facilitator form.
Join us for the next one!
If you missed the live webinar, "Managing Disruptive Classroom Behavior: Strategies for Creating a Safe and Dynamic Learning Environment", you can view the recording and PowerPoint slides any time until March 1, 2015.
Note: please don't share the link outside the UW Bothell community.