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Visit the Faculty Teaching Showcase on February 20

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Faculty, instructors, and GTAs are invited to attend the Faculty Teaching Showcase to learn how other faculty use online techniques and tools for teaching classes. Visit with faculty about how they use technologies in both online and on-ground classrooms. Attend this event to:

* View 20 exhibits of current courses and online technologies
* Visit with these instructors about technology in their on-ground or online courses:

  • Aaron Ley, Political Science & Public Administration
  • Brenda Kallio, Educational Leadership
  • Desiree Tandee, Nutrition & Dietetics
  • Dheeshana Jayasundara, Social Work
  • Gary Towne, Music
  • Harold Dabel, Languages
  • Jeremiah Neubert, Mechanical Engineering
  • John Bridewell, Aviation
  • Kimberly Cowden, Indian Studies
  • Kristen Votava, Teaching & Learning

Click this link for more details: http://und.edu/academics/cilt/_files/docs/showcase-faculty-3-13.pdf

Visit the Showcase between noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 20 in the Memorial Union, River Valley Room. To reserve a complimentary lunch, visit http://und.edu/academics/cilt/workshops/workshops.cfm, send an e-mail to shae.samuelson@und.edu or call 777-2129. Please make reservations by Friday noon, February 15th.

–Co-sponsored by the Senate Continuing Education Committee and Center for Instructional & Learning Technologies.


Written by School of Graduate Studies

February 14, 2013 at 8:06 am

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