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Week of October 10: Foundations of Diversity and Inclusion

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology's fall seminar series, Foundations of Diversity and Inclusion, begins this week!
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Get ready to teach during Faculty Prep Week

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology can help with consultations on a variety of teaching topics and special walk-in workshops during the week of August 15.

Week of July 25: Collaborate with your students using OneNote, ReggieNet

Are you prepared for this upcoming semester? Give your class a makeover by attending one of the many workshops offered at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology.
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Events to focus on cultural responsiveness

Several events planned for the coming academic year will help faculty, staff, and students get a handle on tough issues involving culture and embracing a multitude of perspectives.
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Week of June 20: What is Agile Scrum?

Ever hear of "Agile Scrum?" It might just be the key to success for your students' next project! It's one of many topics covered this week at CTLT.
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Weeks of May 23 & 30: Going Global, Group Activities in Large Classes, Service Learning

Summer Institute 2016 can help you to incorporate a global perspective in your teaching, explore ways to facilitate group work in large classroom settings, and empower students through service...
Summer Institute 2016

Redesign your course with CTLT’s Summer Institute 2016

Bring new perspectives and powerful student learning to your teaching. Registration is now open for summer course design workshops at CTLT.
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Discover new perspectives on diversity in teaching

CTLT's Reinvent Your Course for Diversity is a multiple-day workshop that helps faculty foster more inclusive, culturally aware learning environments.
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Week of April 4: Encourage students to do original work, Explore OneDrive and Office 365

Design assessments that genuinely measure your students’ knowledge-- and encourages them to do their own work and avoid cheating. Plus, learn how OneDrive can help you take your data anywhere.
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Career Center to host networking event for diverse students April 13

The Career Center will once again host its annual Diversity Employer Expo on Wednesday, April 13, to provide students a chance to network with alumni from diverse backgrounds and employers seeking...