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    Examining the variability in access to general education for students with intellectual disability and Autism

    Wednesday, September 28, 3:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    All faculty are invited to attend this faculty salon facilitated by Dr. Meghan Cosier.

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    Submitting Purchase Orders and Travel Expense Reimbursements (Online Training)

    Thursday, October 6, 3:00 pm - Online

    So, you’ve been approved funding for your professional development and conference support. What’s next? Submitting a purchase order of-course! Please join in for a 20-min online session for a step-by-step guide on how to submit purchase orders and travel expense reimbursements.

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    Information Literacy in the Classroom

    Tuesday, October 18, 3:00 pm -

    This session will explore various tools to integrate research skills in your curriculum.

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    Navigating Faculty Enlight (Online Training)

    Thursday, October 20, 2:30 pm - Online

    This online 15-min session will provide instructions on how to navigate Faculty Enlight, an online content search, discovery and adoption website that allows faculty to research and adopt textbooks.

    Faculty Enlight enables faculty to:

    -Research and adopt course materials in one place

    -Compare the estimate cost to student and format availability before adopting

    -Read and write product reviews

    -Access past adoptions form the past two years

    Effective Fall 2010 the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires all institutions receiving federal financial aid to “publish,” in time for registration, a list of all required and recommended books and other course materials for all classes offered at the institution. The items that must be displayed are as follows:

    • Book title, including edition
    • Book author
    • ISBN number
    • Retail price

    This is an effort to make more transparent the cost of education, as indicated in the following statement from the HEOA:

    PURPOSE AND INTENT—The purpose of this section is to ensure that students have access to affordable course materials by decreasing costs to students and enhancing transparency and disclosure with respect to the selection, purchase, sale, and use of course materials. It is the intent of this section to encourage all of the involved parties, including faculty, students, administrators, institutions of higher education, bookstores, distributors, and publishers, to work together to identify ways to decrease the cost of college textbooks and supplemental materials for students while supporting the academic freedom of faculty members to select high quality course materials for students.

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    Submitting Purchase Orders and Travel Expense Reimbursements (Online Training)

    Monday, October 24, 3:00 pm - Online

    So, you’ve been approved funding for your professional development and conference support. What’s next? Submitting a purchase order of-course! Please join in for a 20-min online session for a step-by-step guide on how to submit purchase orders and travel expense reimbursements.

    Click to RSVP

    A Tiny Island with a Big Story: Samso and its Community-based Sustainability Solutions

    Wednesday, October 26, 12:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    Al faculty are welcome to attend this faculty salon facilitated by Dr. Diana Watts.

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    Research in the Sociology of Catholicism: A Study of International Sisters in the U. S.

    Wednesday, November 9, 3:00 pm - Faculty Lounge

    All faculty are invited to attend this faculty salon facilitated by Sr. Mary Johnson.

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    Strategies for Effective Online Teaching

    Wednesday, November 9, 4:30 pm - Rose Parlor

    This training is designed to help participants conceptualize an online course. Participants will discuss the differences and similarities of teaching in person and teaching online. Adapting in person course content to the online format will be explored.

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    Teaching Millennials by Employing Technology

    Monday, November 14, 3:00 pm - Rose Parlor

    Millennial students require interactive lessons and instant gratification, thus requiring teachers to become innovative in their teaching approach. There are several engaging and interactive technology programs that allow the students to take ownership of their education in which the teachers take on the role of an educational guide. Topics in this session will include interactive polling, voice discussion board, anonymous discussion board, natural reader, learning catalytic, Prezi, smartboard, and a live interactive quizzing game.  Come explore these programs to enhance your instruction while making your role in the students learning pleasurable. Some of these programs can be utilized in and outside of the classroom as well as can be assigned to the students to utilize and present in class.

    Participants will:

    1. Learn interesting technology programs that increase engagement, motivation, and learning of students.
    2. Apply technology into daily practice that will enhance instruction, require students take ownership of their learning, and produce easier teaching methods.

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    Information Literacy in the Classroom

    Thursday, November 17, 4:30 pm - Rose Parlor

    This session will explore various tools to integrate research skills in your curriculum.

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    Navigating Faculty Enlight (Online Training)

    Tuesday, November 29, 12:00 pm - Online

    This online 15-min session will provide instructions on how to navigate Faculty Enlight, an online content search, discovery and adoption website that allows faculty to research and adopt textbooks.

     

    Faculty Enlight enables faculty to:

    -Research and adopt course materials in one place

    -Compare the estimate cost to student and format availability before adopting

    -Read and write product reviews

    -Access past adoptions form the past two years

    Effective Fall 2010 the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires all institutions receiving federal financial aid to “publish,” in time for registration, a list of all required and recommended books and other course materials for all classes offered at the institution. The items that must be displayed are as follows:

    • Book title, including edition
    • Book author
    • ISBN number
    • Retail price

    This is an effort to make more transparent the cost of education, as indicated in the following statement from the HEOA:

    PURPOSE AND INTENT—The purpose of this section is to ensure that students have access to affordable course materials by decreasing costs to students and enhancing transparency and disclosure with respect to the selection, purchase, sale, and use of course materials. It is the intent of this section to encourage all of the involved parties, including faculty, students, administrators, institutions of higher education, bookstores, distributors, and publishers, to work together to identify ways to decrease the cost of college textbooks and supplemental materials for students while supporting the academic freedom of faculty members to select high quality course materials for students.

    Click to RSVP


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