New Faculty Mentorship Committee
New Faculty Mentorship Committee (NFMC) Teaching Event
Effective Lecturing Panel Discussion
Monday, September 24, 2012
139 Bradley Hall
The event kicked off with a presentation by Dr. Sara Netzley from the Department of Communications and continued with a panel discussion. The focus for this discussion was to give practical advice to faculty with limited teaching experience, or to those in need of improvement.
View PowerPoint Slides here....
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Additional resources for effective lecturing:
OTEFD Wednesday Workshop
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
by Kim Willis
View PowerPoint here....
Included are a variety of resources to support teaching ethics across disciplines. This contains a PowerPoint with nine Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) topics and short descriptions of each from the Office of Research Integrity. Also included are Responsible Conduct of Research Collection of Ethics books, DVDs, Videos, and Websites, and a bibliography of resources that support the teaching of ethics across the curriculum, including over 70 titles from the Cullom-Davis Library.
Includes a helpful list of helpful websites which feature useful tips and insights for effective teaching and learning.
Tips for Applying for Grants
Includes video, PowerPoint presentations, and pdf handouts from presentations given on campus about grant writing and grantsmanship.
Tips for Applying for Tenure
A workshop discussion, sponsored by OTEFD and the New Faculty Mentorship Committee, was given on campus (January 19, 2010). Click here to see notes from discussion.
A Tenure Binder discussion, sponsored by OTEFD and teh New Faculty Mentorship Committee, was given on campus (April 23, 2010). Click here to see notes from discussion.