Summer Professional Development Opportunity

Trail and snow-capped mountains The remote teaching and learning experience during the past year has stimulated innovative ideas about ways to improve on-campus teaching. The path forward for teaching and learning in higher ed will continue to be both exciting and challenging.

You’re invited to join a faculty learning community this summer to explore these lessons learned and apply new strategies to advance your teaching skills. This small, supportive cohort will focus on applying effective practices for skillful use of ed tech and for integrating synchronous and asynchronous learning activities in all your Corvallis and Cascades campus courses.

The faculty learning community, facilitated by CTL and Academic Technology, will have a blended format, meeting 4 times on Zoom as well as interacting online in Canvas. The time commitment is 1 to 2 hrs. per week for 8 weeks.

OSU instructors and tenured/tenure-track faculty who teach credit-based Cascades and Corvallis campus courses are eligible to apply. All levels of teaching experience and ed tech skills are welcome. Funding is provided.

See the Call for Proposals for the streamlined (10 min.) proposal process, then apply by June 1.

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About Cub Kahn

Blended Learning Coordinator for the Oregon State University Center for Teaching and Learning and hybrid coordinator for Ecampus.
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