CTL North Instructional Plaza Conference Room (http://ctl.uga.edu/location)
Are you concerned that your students don’t know how to determine if information is credible? It’s a rich and challenging information world with quality information beyond just what is peer-reviewed. How do you equip students to think critically about the information that they find? Drawing from media literacy and information literacy, this workshop will provide ideas for faculty for in-class learning activities and out-of-class assignments that engage students in critically thinking about information. Details
Diversity statements are living documents that allow instructors to reflect on their conceptualization of and contributions to diversity and inclusion in the context of their teaching, service, and research. Diversity statements may be a required component of a job application for teaching positions, whether as a stand-alone document or as part of a teaching portfolio. In this first of the two part workshop, we will discuss the purpose of a diversity statement and typical components to include. We will also engage in activities to help you start writing your diversity statement. Details
Want a chance to watch UGA’s leading instructors at work in their classrooms and ask them why they teach as they do? Masterclass Experiences pair master instructors with graduate students for a unique opportunity to observe an authentic undergraduate classroom and converse with the instructor about their teaching strategies and techniques. Details
The Center for Teaching and Learning is currently accepting applications for the 2018-2020 Lilly Teaching Fellows program. Faculty in their first, second, or third year of a tenure-track position at UGA are eligible to apply. The application deadline is 5:00 PM on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Details
The Center for Teaching and Learning is accepting proposals the 2018-2019 Learning Technologies Grants Program.
The purpose of the Learning Technologies Grants (LTG) program is to enhance teaching and learning at the University of Georgia through the innovative use of technology. This program supports exploration and evaluation of new teaching methods. This year, projects must employ the use of active learning and/or open educational resources.
The deadline for FY17 LTG proposals is Friday, April 13, 2018, and awards will be announced in late June. Funds will be available after July 1. Details
The Center for Teaching and Learning administers the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction; and the Excellence in Teaching Award, sponsored by the Graduate School. Details