The Institute for Teaching and Learning supports faculty by focusing on improving teaching and enhancing student learning. We offer workshops, information sessions, and training related to professional development, general education, student learning assessment, course design and development, and implementation of technology to enhance teaching.
Contact: Michelle Byrne, University Assessment Director. email@example.com ext. 6062
This fall’s assessment workshop series is “Assessment Hacks: Workshops for New Chairs, Program Directors, and Faculty.” Participants will learn about annual assessment reports, the role of assessment in accreditation, writing assignments to improve student work, and using Brightspace to improve data collection. New program directors, chairs, and assessment coordinators are particularly encouraged to attend. Sign up for individual sessions or the whole series. Each session will be held twice.
Note: Locations change.
Seats are limited.
The University Council Student Engagement & Success Committee and ITL present High Impact Teaching (HIT) Wednesdays. UA faculty from across campus will demonstrate new assignments, techniques, and applications that have had a positive impact on their teaching. These sessions will be held once a month on Wednesdays, starting in October and running through the remainder of the academic year.
ITL events: See what's on the schedule
Design and Developmental Services' training sessions and other library events: See what's planned
To submit your idea for a faculty-focused ITL session, please complete the following survey:
ITL is located in Leigh Hall 412
Janet Bean, Director of ITL, ext. 6462