UMBC President to Deliver Keynote at 2014 EC Moore Symposium

Friday, April 4, 2014 | IUPUI Campus Center | 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Organizers: James Gregory and Amy Powell
Presenter: Freeman Hrabowski, President, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Join the Center for Teaching and Learning to welcome Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Dr. Hrabowski leads a campus widely recognized for its culture of embracing academic innovation and inclusive excellence. His keynote, entitled “Institutional Culture Change: Academic Innovation and Inclusive Excellence,” will focus special attention on building a diverse culture of innovation and excellence in STEM fields and the critically important process of institutional culture change. Under Dr. Hrabowski’s leadership, UMBC has produced a number of distinctive initiatives to support and enhance teaching and learning – from infusing entrepreneurship and civic engagement into the curriculum to establishing an academic innovation fund to support faculty as they redesign courses and develop new approaches to help students succeed.

Registration for the Symposium is required; click here to register.


In addition to Dr. Hrabowski's keynote, we are excited to feature two plenary speakers:

Michael Yard of the Purdue School of Science and recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching at IUPUI will deliver a talk entitled “Why it Matters—Enhancing Student Learning and Interest by Connecting Course Topics to Issues of Critical Local, National, and Global Importance via Intense Real World Experiences.”


Leslie Ashburn-Nardo of the Purdue School of Science and the recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Multicultural Teaching at IUPUI will give a talk entitled “Multicultural Teaching Increases Student Learning and Engagement: Why We Can (and Should) Try Multicultural Teaching.”

The Symposium will also have three concurrent sessions with 16 presentations, as well as a poster session and an Ignite session (informative and quick - five minute - to-the-point talks) during lunch. There are four concurrent session tracks: multidisciplinary, online teaching and learning, and health and life sciences.  Each track features presenters from across the state of Indiana.
  

For details and abstracts, please see the list of sessions or here to view the schedule.

The Symposium is one of IUPUI's oldest public events, dating from the years of IUPUI's inception. Named in honor of Edward C. Moore, former dean of the faculties, the Symposium brings the Indiana higher education community together to examine the various instructional strategies that encourage student learning. The Symposium is free-of-charge and lunch will be provided.

The 2014 Symposium is sponsored by:

Click here to register  for the 2014 E.C. Moore Symposium .

Workshops

Research Materials on the Go: Mobile Friendly Library Resources

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 | University Library 1116 | 12 - 1:30 p.m.
Register» | Organizer: Terri Tarr and Presenters: Willie Miller, Mary Minick, Randall Halverson

From downloadable ebooks, journals and articles to library apps, IUPUI University Library offers a number of resources designed for use on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. This program will feature demonstrations of mobile research tools and apps available on campus, explanations on differences between platforms, and allow time for participants to tryout a few under the guidance of expert librarians.

The program is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), participants are encouraged to bring their own mobile devices.

Teaching@IUPUI: From Learning Goals to Learning Outcomes

Thursday, March 27, 2014 | Online - Adobe Connect Meeting Room | 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Register» | Organizer: Terri Tarr and Presenters: Doug Jerolimov and James Gregory

This session will help instructors convert their course- and unit-level learning goals into effective student learning outcomes, a practice that organizes both instruction and learning. In this workshop, participants will learn to identify the characteristics of an effective student learning outcome, analyze examples of student learning outcomes, and write their own. Time for questions and discussion will follow at the end.

This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s online mini-workshop series focused on foundational teaching skills, Teaching@IUPUI. Designed for new faculty, adjunct faculty, graduate students, and those looking for a refresher on good teaching practices, the workshops are short, with a brief presentation interspersed with opportunities for interaction and questions. Grounded in current research, the workshops address various teaching topics and provide participants with strategies and resources to make instruction more effective, efficient, and enjoyable. Sessions are scheduled with the time of semester in mind, to keep topics relevant for faculty needs at that time.

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