Workshops and Events

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Upcoming Faculty Events

McGraw Center Teaching in Community Faculty Lunches - Creating Healthy Labs through Effective Mentorship
Feb 22, 2024, 12:00 pm
This semester, we will devote our Teaching in Community lunches to discussing mentorship. Though there is no one "right" way to mentor, a growing body of research and evidence-based practices exist to promote intentional, inclusive, effective, and ethical mentoring in academia. Join supportive colleagues to share questions, experiences, and “best…
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Improve the Accessibility of Course Content in Canvas
Feb 22, 2024, 1:30 pm
The digital accessibility of course content is part of a larger commitment to equity and inclusion. In this training session, you will learn how to improve the accessibility of course materials in Canvas. We will share best practice principles and show you how to use Panorama Accessibility to check and improve accessibility. 
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Online Event
Canvas Assessments & Understanding the Gradebook
Feb 27, 2024, 2:00 pm
Instructors will learn how to efficiently set up and grade assignments. We will leave time for Q&A at the end. The session includes: Creating assignments  Using the speedgrader  Building timed exams & understanding test options  Using question groups  Adjusting for students with accommodations Understanding the gradebook & weighting…
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Online Event
Introduction to Canvas for Faculty & Instructional Staff
Mar 1, 2024, 10:00 am
Instructors will learn the core functionalities of a Canvas course site. We will leave time for Q&A at the end. The session includes: Introducing Canvas Reviewing your settings Uploading a syllabus Using modules, pages and files Creating assignments and using the SpeedGrader Using the Gradebook Communicating through Canvas Making…
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Online Event
McGraw Center Faculty Workshop: Flipping the Classroom
Mar 1, 2024, 10:00 am
Increasingly, instructors are embracing the flipped classroom as a way to encourage active learning. In a flipped classroom, students engage with course content outside of class (often via short, recorded lecture segments) and then complete higher-level, more challenging activities during class, often with their peers. In this "How to/Why to"…
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