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CELT Brown Bag: Efficient and Meaningful Student Feedback Strategies

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 12:00

Presenter(s): Toni Weiss, CELT and Kate Johnson, ILC
Students often express dissatisfaction with the feedback they receive - it is vague, discouraging and/or late. Faculty, feeling pressed for time, can feel overwhelmed thinking they have to do more. CELT and the ILC are teaming up to tackle both issues - how to give meaningful and efficient feedback.

Open to faculty, staff, graduate ta's, and post docs.
Howard-Titlon Memorial Library 308  | 12:00-1:15 | Lunch is provided. 
RSVP Required 

CELT Brown Bag: Canvas Gradebook

Monday, March 2, 2020 - 12:00

Presented by: Blaine Fisher, Innovative Learning Center
This workshop will introduce faculty to Canvas Gradebook, as well as the new functions within Gradebook.

Open to faculty, staff, graduate ta's, and post docs.
Location: Howard-Tilton Library 309 | 12PM-1PM | Lunch is provided for those that RSVP.
 RSVP Required

CELT Brown Bag: Dealing with Email Overload

Monday, February 17, 2020 - 12:00

Presenter: Dr. Anastasia Kurdia, Computer Science
A lot of time is spent on responding to email. Advice on reducing this time is plenty but we’re too busy (including being busy with email) to implement it. This session will allow space where participants will implement a few simple rules to help them manage email overload.

Location: Howard-Tilton Library 602 (Location may change*)
12PM-1:15PM 
Lunch is provided!  RSVP Required.

Degree Audit Workshop for Major Advisors

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - 12:00

Presented by: Shawn Ryder & Ryan Garrity, Registrar and Sarah Montes, Academic Advising 

CELT Brown Bag: Teach All Learners

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 12:00

Presenter:  Sophie Hiss, Goldman Center for Student Accessibility
We will discuss Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how UDL can make your class better for all learners. Participants will evaluate the accessibility of their course and learn ways to improve their class for all students. Everyone should leave with one small change that can improve their course accessibility. 

Location: (HTML B11) Howard-Tilton Memorial Library 
12:00-1:15 | Open to Faculty, Staff, Graduate TA's, and Post Docs.
Lunch is provided. RSVP appreciated.

CELT Brown Bag: Incorporating Your Research into Your Teaching

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 - 12:00

Presenter: Renata D. Ribeiro and Donata Henry, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Engage your students in key questions, concepts, and techniques in your field using faculty research papers. Discover a complete framework for a course that creates a virtual research experience in your classroom. 

Location: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library (HTML 602)  
12:00-1:15 | RSVP appreciated | Lunch is provided.

5-Minute Collaboration

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 16:00

Open to all FACULTY, full, and part-time. 
Please join the Tulane Dean(s) at the Fall 2019 5-Minute Collaboration

CELT Brown Bag: Canvas Efficiency

Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - 12:00

As Canvas LMS continues to evolve, so do the features and enhancements, thus creating an opportunity for new tools or new ways to use an existing tool. Come and learn some ways Canvas can help shape your learning outcomes and improve the teaching and learning experience for both you and your students.
Lunch is provided.
RSVP with Ariel McFarland @ amcfarl3@tulane.edu

CELT Faculty Workshops

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 13:00

CELT welcomes everyone back from Summer break with the start of the Fall 2019 workshop series.
At the beginning of every semester CELT’s director(s) work together to create a workshop series to include fundamental resources to enhance learning on campus. Open to all Faculty, Staff, Graduate TA’s, and Post Docs.
When: Tuesday, August 20, 1:00-3:00 | Wednesday, August 21, 1:30-3:30 
RSVP Required. 

CELT New Faculty Workshops

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 09:00

Tulane's Center for Engaged Learning & Teaching - CELT welcomes ALL NEW faculty by providing fundamental resources to enhance learning on campus. 
Fall 2019 New Faculty Workshops open to NEW faculty, staff, graduate ta's, and postdocs. RSVP is required.
 

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