Are you excited about blended/hybrid learning? Do you intentionally integrate your classroom learning activities with asynchronous learning activities on Canvas or elsewhere? Do you like to share your teaching strategies and experiences with teaching colleagues? If so, you may be interested in this opportunity!
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), Academic Technologies, Ecampus, and the Office of Academic Affairs are partnering in the third year of the Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy initiative to answer the call for increased support of faculty development, exploration of alternative course modalities, exploration of the potential role and implications of generative AI in teaching and learning, and application of inclusive evidence-based teaching practices. This initiative is designed to build faculty capacity for blended course design and delivery, to improve student engagement and learning, and to share lessons learned with the broader OSU community.
In the first year of this initiative, the Fellow guided redesign of five large-enrollment courses, and in the second year, the Fellow co-facilitated faculty learning communities and developed resources for the CTL Blended Learning webpage.
CTL is accepting nominations and self-nominations for the 2022-23 Blended Learning Faculty Fellow. The Fellow will have opportunities to be involved in coordination, design and facilitation of faculty development around blended learning. The Fellow will support CTL’s strategic goals of developing a culture of teaching innovation and enhancing student success at OSU. See the Call for Nominations.
Nominations will be accepted directly from interested candidates and will also be solicited from academic leadership (deans, directors and department heads). Nominees must be OSU teaching faculty including non-tenure track, tenure-track or tenured. The appointment will begin in September and will cover three terms: Fall ‘23, Winter ‘24 and Spring ‘24. CTL has $10,000 available for this opportunity.
Questions can be directed to Cub Kahn in the Center for Teaching and Learning.