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CAMPUS RETURN  

Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning

CITL is excited to start off the 2020-2021 academic year with the fourth annual CITL Week of Teaching (CWoT).
This year will take a slightly different approach by hosting all of of our events and sessions online via Microsoft Teams. This will provide some new opportunities for sharing resources and engaging in conversations around these topics. 
Review the topics below. To join a specific topic click the link to view the channel in Teams. There you will be able to join calendar events (Open Calendar Item and Click Add to Calendar).  You will also be able to share files and view other materials and updates. You can also join specific meeting times by clicking the Meeting links below.
For the complete 2020 CWoT experience Visit 2020 CWoT in Microsoft Teams.


2020 CWoT Schedule

Tues Aug 18 9 am - 10 am

Fall 2020 presents numerous challenges and new opportunities for faculty and students. Participants will explore various topics related to teaching and learning, including engaging in various modalities while meeting your learning goals.

Facilitated by: Tim Henkel

Join the Learning in Fall 2020 Team Channel

Join the Learning in Fall 2020 Meeting Session

  10 am - 12 pm

Participants will examine the social construction of race and racism in U.S. history, it's connections to higher education, and how to practice anti-racism in the classroom and daily lives.

Facilitated by: Tristen Johnson

Join the Introduction to Anti-Racism and Higher Education Team Channel

Join the Introduction to Anti-Racism and Higher Education Meeting Session

  1-2 pm

This workshop will discuss strategies to communicate, design activities, and provide feedback to improve the connection between you and your students.

Facilitated by: Otis Wilder

Join the Engagement strategies for faculty teaching online and hybrid. Team Channel

Join the Engagement strategies for faculty teaching online and hybrid. Meeting Session

Weds Aug 19 9 am - 10 am

Faculty will discuss digital communities at USF, examining what is working and what work needs to be done to create active and inviting communities for faculty. This is a space to share thoughts and concerns of faculty and is part of a listening session for the Equity and Inclusivity in Digital Community working group of the USF Digital Communities Task Force.

Facilitated by: Morgan Gresham and Tim Henkel

Join the Faculty Talk on Digital Community Team Channel

Join the Faculty Talk on Digital Community Meeting Session

  10 am - 11 am

Learn more about various features that will maximize how you use canvas. Topics will include tips on notifications, discussions, gradebook, organizing content, and much more!

Facilitated by: Steph James

Join the Canvas Tips and New Features Team Channel

Join the Canvas Tips and New Features Meeting Session

  11 am - 12 pm

Learn about examples that other USF St. Petersburg faculty have used to integrate the library and librarians into their courses. From ready made tutorials and instruction, to longer term collaboration that have improved or expanded our shared resources, pedagogy, and curriculum.

Facilitated by: Theresa Burress and Kaya van Beynen

Join the Ideas and Inspirations for Faculty, Library, and Librarian Instruction Collaborations Team Channel

Join the Ideas and Inspirations for Faculty, Library, and Librarian Instruction Collaborations Meeting Session

  1 pm - 2 pm

Fall 2020 presents numerous challenges and new opportunities for faculty and students. Participants will explore various topics related to teaching and learning, including engaging in various modalities while meeting your learning goals.

Facilitated by: Tim Henkel

Join the Learning in Fall 2020 Team Channel

Join the Learning in Fall 2020 Meeting Session

Thurs Aug 20 9 am - 10 am

This workshop will focus on strategies for planning and creating videos for your online and hybrid courses. Learn how to engage your students and use Kaltura to record and deliver videos to your students.

Facilitated by: Ricky Zager

Join the Strategies for Creating Engaging Videos for your Course Team Channel

Join the Strategies for Creating Engaging Videos for your Course Meeting Session

  10 am - 11 am

During this session, you will learn about new tools available to measure your scholarly impact using traditional measurements like citation and download counts, as well as altmetrics. We will also look at open access publishing and how it can increase your scholarly impact.

Facilitated by: Allison Symulevich

Join the Tools to Maximize Your Scholarly Impact Team Channel

Join the Tools to Maximize Your Scholarly Impact Meeting Session

  11 am - 12 pm

Support student engagement, connection, belongingness and achievement through inclusive course design that facilitates learning across differences. Participants will be provided an overview of strategies that focus on self-reflection, social identity, pedagogical practices, and institutional processes.

Facilitated by: Michelle Madden

Join the Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom: An Introduction Team Channel

Join the Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom: An Introduction Meeting Session

  1-2 pm

Essays not a requirement? Explore alternative assignments that assess learning outcomes. Essays a necessity? Sharpen assignment prompts and rubric-building skills that will provide students clearer insight into the papers you want to read.

Facilitated by: CeCe Edwards

Join the I Don't Want to Read Another Bad Essay! Team Channel

Join the I Don't Want to Read Another Bad Essay! Meeting Session

Check out the USF Faculty Toolkit for Tips and Resources for using Microsoft Teams

 

Revisit Previous CWoT at the NPML Digital Archive