By WIC Team
We are happy to announce our Spring Lunch Series schedule for 2018. This year’s topics range from ethics to data analytics to a teaching showcase. We look forward to the stimulating conversations that will occur. All lunches will be held on Fridays in Milam 215 from 12 to 1 pm. As always, delicious American Dream pizza and beverages will be provided. If you have any questions regarding the lunches, please contact the WIC GTA, Mohana Das, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register for each lunch you plan to attend by clicking here or the link below.
The topics for this year’s series are:
April 6 – Canvas Hacks and Tools for Responding to Student Writing
John Morris (Business) and Steve Shay (History) share ways they have found to use Canvas tools to improve online feedback to students on their writing.
April 13 – Ethics and Writing in the Disciplines
Vicki Tolar Burton (WIC/SWLF), Giovanna Rosenlicht (Animal Science), and Ted Paterson (Business) discuss ways to consider ethics within a Writing Intensive course.
May 4 – Teaching Showcase! WIC Instructors Share Ideas from their Classrooms
Natchee Barnd (Ethnic Studies), Nate Kirk (Integrative Biology), Deanna Lloyd (Sustainability), and Dana Reason (Music), all recent grads of the WIC Faculty Seminar, share ideas for course design and teaching using WIC pedagogies.
May 18 – Introduction to CORE Data for WIC Instructor
Chrysanthemum Hayes, Communications & Engagement Manager, Institutional Analytics and Reporting, provides an introduction to using CORE and institutional data as they relate to teaching and course improvement. Session will include important information about data security and access as well as a summary of the CORE reports that may be relevant to faculty teaching WIC courses.
To register for one or more of our lunches, please click here.