Spring sessions aligned with the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and were co-hosted by representatives from the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning; the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Technology Enhanced Learning; and the University Library. Recording can be viewed on the FCTL Canvas page.
More information coming soon.
The FCTL provides a number of opportunities for faculty to share their expertise and learn from one another through the QEP: A Community of Writers.
There are workshop recordings and online, asynchronous sessions to support faculty. In addition there are grants and stipends available to support faculty efforts to enhance writing instruction.
Learn more in the QEP: A community of Writers Canvas community.
Faculty Writing Days started in spring 2020.
Due to the coronavirus, this initiative has moved to an online, asynchronous format. We are using the FCTL Community in Canvas, and are meeting in a Faculty Writing Group.
We are here to offer each other encouragement, as well as peer support and guidance to develop and foster faculty writing.
Please come share ideas for writing projects, drafts for peer feedback, or offer your expertise and guidance to others.
If you are interested in joining us, go to the FCTL Community in Canvas, click on People in the course menu. You should see Groups - where you can self-enroll.
There is also a writing community focused on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. If you are interested in joining either or both of these writing groups, contact Dr. Lisa Bunkowski.