CITL is excited to start off the 2019-2020 academic year with the third annual CITL Week of Teaching. We have a variety of development and networking opportunities available during the week of Aug 19-22, 2019. All events will be at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library.
Register for each event using the links below.
Photographers will be available for Faculty Photos on Mon and Weds from 3-5 pm
Attend workshops Weds and Thurs for Giveaways and Chance to Win Prizes!!
|Mon Aug 19||1:00 PM|
|Weds Aug 21||9:00 AM|
Have you found the perfect activity for the first day that sets the stage for the remaining semester? Or, are you looking for a new approach? Bring your experiences or examples and an open mind to new ideas for approaching the first day of class.
Facilitated by: CITL
Information and data literacy are key components of USF’s enhanced General Education curriculum. Through our recent Data Literacy Faculty Learning Community, we identified core data literacy competencies for our campus. In this workshop we will present a data literacy toolkit to integrate data literacy into your courses with active learning assignments that can be adapted for many disciplines.
Facilitated by: Theresa Buress and Emily Mann
Technology is a driving force in education. lassrooms come in different sizes and layouts, and they can all benefit from technology tools that make lessons more effective and memorable. Our Education Technology team will work with you to identify the right technology for reaching your goals.
Facilitated by: David Brodosi
USFSP faculty and staff care about the success of our students. Learn the why and how behind referring students to the Compass Student Success Advocates and Student Outreach and Support Case Managers when they are struggling or experiencing challenges during the semester.
Facilitated by: Zachary Hyder, Antonia Robinson, and Rani Sinno
|Thurs Aug 22||9:30: AM||
Join us for a panel discussion on podcasting featuring, Alison Barlow, Executive Director of the St. Petersburg Innovation District and host of Innovation in the 'Burg; Drew Smith, a Librarian at USF Tampa, and host of the Genealogy Guys Podcast, and Calling: Earth; and Ricky Zager, USFSP Instructional Designer and host of Ed Tech Weekly.
Facilitated by: Kaya van Beynen
Preparing for hurricanes is a regular part of life at USFSP, but is your course ready for a storm or other disaster? This workshop will highlight tools available to engage student learning in the event of a campus closure.
Facilitated by: Tim Henkel and Karla Morris
How do we relate to each other in a social setting, in a classroom setting, and within ourselves? We will discuss the obstacles and opportunities to collaborate well with others as well as collaborate with and care for ourselves.
Facilitated by: Harris Ambush, LaSonya Moore, and Dawn Cecil
Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) offers a research-based framework for increasing student success in university courses. We will engage with examples from across different disciplines and explore techniques to make assignments more transparent in order to increase learning gains in your courses.
Facilitated by: Tim Henkel