Introduction to College TeachingA five-part series for faculty in their first two years of teaching at the university or graduate students interested in college teaching led by the Provost's Faculty Fellow, Dr. Anne Spuches of the Department of Chemistry. Those who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion.
Thursdays, 3 - 5 pm, March 16 - April 13
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Register for the Introduction to College Teaching series
NOTE: When you register for March 16, you will be registered for all five sessions.
OFE Research and Statistics Summer Workshop SeriesTuesdays - Thursdays, May 16 - June 1
Register for a single session or all sessions; those who complete entire series (48 hours) receive a certificate of completion
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8th Annual Teaching with Technology Summer AcademyJune 12 - 16
Register for a single session or all sessions; faculty fellows who complete entire series (36 hours) receive a certificate of completion
SAVE THE DATE: 2017 Teaching Awards Program, Thursday, April 20, 5-6:30 pm, Murphy Center
STREAMED OFE SESSIONS
Because of reduced parking on East Campus, OFE is now streaming many of its sessions. To view a session live, click on the OFE Sessions tab in the far left of the menu above, then select "Session Search." This will take you to the sign in page for the OFE Mediasite catalog. Sign in with your Pirate ID and passphrase. Once you sign in, you will see a list of upcoming streamed sessions. Click on the Watch link underneath the title of a session to view it full screen.
To view upcoming OFE sessions as a calendar, go to https://collab.ecu.edu/sites/cferegistration/ and sign in using your ECU ID and passphrase.
FREE FACULTY TRAINING MODULES AVAILABLE ONLINE
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Three training modules about Caring in the Digital World are offered by Professor Kathleen Sitzman, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF of the ECU College of Nursing and sponsored by the Office for Faculty Excellence.
The two modules "Conveying and Sustaining Caring in Online Classrooms" and "Mindful Communication for Caring Online" address issues related to mindful caring for people who interact with students and colleagues online.
The module "Caring Science, Mindful Practice at Work and Beyond" extends the techniques to other situations.
These training modules are FREE and can be completed by anyone who has access to the Internet, anywhere in the world. Links to the modules are found at http://www.ecu.edu/ofe/sessions_teaching-modules.cfm.
East Carolina University faculty can access the modules in Cornerstone at http://www.ecu.edu/itcs/cornerstone under Browse for Training > Academic Affairs > Office for Faculty Excellence, or at the URL above.
Those who do not work at ECU can access the modules online at the URL above.
A Certificate of Completion will be sent to participants who submit a Course Reflection Form within the module after content completion.
Completion of a module and submission of a successful DE Reflection Form will qualify for Faculty Development credit as an OFE DE training activity.
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A Tip for DE Instructors from the Copyright and Course Reserves WorkshopTo make ECU Libraries content available to DE students, place the proxy address in front of the regular web address (URL). This way the website will know the DE student is affiliated with ECU. Example: http://jproxy.lib.ecu.edu/login?url=http://digital.films.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=9343&xtid=44120
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Energize Your Teaching with Free Online Resources
All ECU faculty members have access to ECU's Group Online Subscription to The Teaching Professor and Online Classroom. These online resources from Magna Publications are available to you at no cost to you. Since 1972, Magna has been a leading provider of higher education professional development resources.
Edited by respected scholar and expert Dr. Maryellen Weimer, The Teaching Professor is a forum for discussion of the best strategies supported by the latest research for effective teaching in the college classroom. A companion publication, Online Classroom, brings advice and inspiration to educators making the transition into distance education.
To access these online resources, you must create an account at Magna Publications at www.magnapubs.com/newsletters. To create an account, you will need an Authorization Code. Contact Joyce Joines Newman of the Office for Faculty Excellence to get the code.
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“Thank you so much for making access to the Teaching Professor possible. I used to enjoy reading this pithy, but helpful publication years ago and missed having access to it." – Dr. Birgit Jensen, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
“Thank you! We have been getting this for years as Dr. Weimer was instrumental in my doctoral dissertation! Perhaps we could get another small grant to bring her back to campus again. She loves to visit in NC.” – Dr. Annette Greer, Department of Bioethics and Interdisciplinary Studies
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For information on how to access these online publications, contact Joyce Newman of the Office for Faculty Excellence at 328-5429.