Published on October 30th, 2020 | by University Communications0
CTLE announces November events
As we welcome November, the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence invites faculty to attend its final Base Camps of 2020. This month, CTLE will offer some of its most unique sessions to date.
In addition to learning about ways to facilitate more streamlined feedback through Turnitin Grademarks, November offerings include a session on innovative practices in virtual simulations and, for the first time, a session on the resources and skills needed to host a podcast.
So as you sit down for lunch, pour your afternoon tea, or realize you need a break from D2L, join CTLE to learn more about some creative ways to connect and communicate in the virtual world.
- Turnitin Grademarks(Quickmarks): Tuesday, November 3, at 2 p.m. (EST)
- Why Should I Do a Podcast? Tuesday, November 10, at noon (EST)
- Simulated Experiences: Friday November 13, at 2 p.m. (EST)
Please visit the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Events Calendar to register.
The final Courses for Teaching and Learning of the semester are listed there, too. Topics include Collaborative Note Taking and Teaching with Microsoft Office 365.
For more information, contact Daniel Jordan at (352) 588-7462.