Upcoming Events

Feb 25

Grant Proposal Writing Overview

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 9:00am to 11:00am
218 Anne Belk Hall, CAE Classroom 222

This workshopwill provide an overview of writing a grant proposal, including the essential components required in most grant proposals. We will go over what makes an effective proposal, the abstract, the project description, defining the problem, identifying goals and objectives, and basic budget components. We will also identify common grant proposal writing mistakes and pitfalls. Register and learn more today!
Office of Research: Grants Resources and Services, Workshops
Feb 25

Grant Proposals: Education & Engagement Research

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 11:30am to 12:45pm
218 Anne Belk Hall, CAE Classroom 222

In this workshop, we will explore examples of grant RFPs that call for educational research components, share resources for recognizing current research questions in those areas, and consider campus or regional resources for building an appropriate team for such an investigation. Models for contextualizing the research component will be discussed, and examples will be shared.  Register and learn more today!
Office of Research: Grants Resources and Services, Workshops
Feb 25

Creating Rubrics for Assignments

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
218 Anne Belk Hall, CAE Classroom 222

Would you like to use rubrics to better evaluate student work and to more efficiently provide feedback?  A rubric is a scoring tool based on the criteria for evaluating the quality of student work. In this workshop, we will learn tools and strategies for creating rubrics and for using rubrics to efficiently grade course assignments. Register and learn more!
Teaching, Learning, & Student Success, Workshops
Feb 25

Creating Rubrics for Assignments

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
218 Anne Belk Hall, CAE Classroom 222

Would you like to use rubrics to better evaluate student work and to more efficiently provide feedback? A rubric is a scoring tool based on the criteria for evaluating the quality of student work. A rubric can be used for reports essays, projects, performances, and presentations. In this workshop, we will learn tools and strategies for creating rubrics and for using rubrics to efficiently grade course assignments. Register and learn more today!
Teaching, Learning, & Student Success, Workshops
Feb 26

Forms with Acrobat Pro

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Room 102 Anne Belk Hall

If the PDF will meet your needs, Acrobat XI Pro is easy to work with, especially for converting an existing paper form to one that can be filled out on the computer. Collecting data through a PDF form can be useful at times, but may not be the best method.  In this workshop we will discuss the pros and cons of a PDF form before getting into the basics of creating a form, distributing a PDF form, and accessing the data. Register and learn more today!
Learning Technologies, Learning Technologies: Technology Enhanced Learning, Workshops
Feb 26

2020 Tech4Teach Fair (Reception to Follow)

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 11:45am to 6:00pm
420 Parkway Ballroom, Plemmons Student Union

Learn how the latest technology tools can be integrated into your courses to enhance student engagement and learning at the 2020 Tech4Teach Fair!Faculty, Staff, and Students are encouraged to attend.The 2020 Tech4Teach Fair will focus on how faculty & students can use the latest technology tools for:
Special Events, Learning Technologies
Feb 27

Intro to Google Forms

Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Room 102 Anne Belk Hall

Forms is a great Google application for quickly creating polls, basic surveys, and quizzes that are easy to distribute. Register and learn more today!
Learning Technologies, Learning Technologies: Google, Adobe, & Microsoft Tools, Workshops
Mar 4

Understanding & Supporting Today's Students

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
218 Anne Belk Hall, CAE Classroom 222

Whether it’s surprise about their apparent lack of foundational knowledge, irritation with their in-class behavior, or frustration with an insufficient work ethic, there are plenty of things students do (or don’t do) that can be positively irksome. This workshop will help us challenge the way we think about these perplexing behaviors, and it will provide information to help us better contextualize today’s college students. We will also discuss a variety of teaching suggestions that can help move your students from where they are to where they could be.
Teaching, Learning, & Student Success, Inclusive Excellence, Workshops
Mar 5

Path to Promotion and Tenure

Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am
218 Anne Belk Hall, Classroom 222

This workshop will provide background information on policy, procedure, and expectations as you move towards promotion and tenure. To aid in your better understanding of the promotion and tenure process, participants are asked to bring their departmental Promotion and Tenure Documents. Register and learn more!
Career Support & Advancement: Promotion & Tenure, Retirement, Workshops
Mar 17

Introduction to Excel and Sheets

Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Room 102 Anne Belk Hall

An introduction to understanding Microsoft Excel and its basic features with comparison to Google Sheets. Excel is a very powerful application with an interface that is not particularly intuitive. Learn your way around the interface and how it works. Create formulas and learn some of the standard Excel functions. Register and learn more today!
Learning Technologies, Learning Technologies: Google, Adobe, & Microsoft Tools, Workshops