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April 17, 2018

Announcements

New CITL Blog: Intentional Teaching is Better Teaching

2018 Course Development Institute Application Deadline: Apr 20

Apply for the 2018 CITL Online Course Development Institute (OCDI) Deadline: April 23

Share the Space: Room-sharing with Hybrid Courses

Apply for the Hybrid Course Design Institute. Deadline: Apr 30

Service-Learning Course Designation open for academic year 2018-2019

HOLD THE DATE: AI Teaching Orientation is August 15, 2018

HOLD THE DATE: Classroom Climate Workshop, Aug 14 and 16, 4-6pm

Upcoming Events

For Graduate Students: Resources to Support Cultures of Care in the Classroom

Quality Matters for Online Courses

Conference on Curricular Community Engaged Learning

Designing and Managing Writing Assignments for STEM Undergraduates

Speed Dating with Learning Technologies

For Graduate Students: Creating a Diversity Statement: Critical Reflection on Diversity

Master Class in a Collaborative Classroom

SoTL Brown Bag: Collaborations in SoTL

One-on-one Canvas Help: Submitting Final Grades

CIRTL Events

Inclusive Teaching in Science

Inclusive Teaching in Engineering and Technology

Announcements

2018 Course Development Institute Application Deadline: Apr 20

Applications are now being accepted for the Summer 2018 Course Development Institute.

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Apply for the 2018 CITL Online Course Development Institute (OCDI)

This institute will help IU instructors design, develop, and learn how to teach an online course and will take place May 21-25.

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Share the Space: Room-sharing with Hybrid Courses

The CITL is offering support and funding for instructors looking to hybridize a course for Spring 2019. Application deadline: April 30

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Apply for the Hybrid Course Design Institute. Deadline: Apr 30

We will help you leverage the advantages of online AND classroom teaching. By the end of the Institute, you will walk away with...

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Service-Learning Course Designation Open for Academic Year 2018-2019

If you plan to teach a service-learning class in 2018-2019, please complete this survey which a service-learning notation to the course listing in the schedule of classes.

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HOLD THE DATE: AI Teaching Orientation is Aug 15, 2018

New AIs are invited to attend this orientation as a complement to their dept/program teaching orientation. Register on our events page.

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HOLD THE DATE: Classroom Climate Workshop, Aug 14 and 16, 4-6pm

New AIs are required to attend one session of this workshop on understanding diversity in the classroom. Register at our events page.

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Upcoming Events

For Graduate Students: Resources to Support Cultures of Care in the Classroom

Wednesday, April 18, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

Are you interested in learning strategies for teaching with diversity? Do you identify as a member of a marginalized group? By the end of this workshop participants will be able to locate the Graduate Mentoring Center for graduate student support. Additionally, our participants will be able to identify tools for...

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Quality Matters for Online Courses

Thursday, April 19, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

Quality Matters (QM) is a tool created to help faculty improve the quality of online and hybrid courses. This workshop will introduce the foundational concepts of QM and the research-supported standards that make up the QM Rubric. It will guide participants as they examine an existing online course in Canvas and determine whether...

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Conference on Curricular Community Engaged Learning

Friday, April 20, 8:30 AM - 1:40 PM, GA1118 & GA1122 (GISB)

The conference is inspired by the launch of IU Corps, a network designed to unite, expand, and amplify the campus’s service-focused courses, research, internships and volunteer opportunities. The goals of this half-day conversation are to display a range of community engaged...

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Designing and Managing Writing Assignments for STEM Undergraduates

Friday, April 20, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E252)

Writing is an important skill for STEM majors as well as a powerful way to learn difficult concepts. However, there are many challenges to teaching writing to STEM undergraduates, including scaling assignments in large classes, teaching effective reading and analysis strategies for highly technical information, offering feedback, and...

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Speed Dating with Learning Technologies

Friday, April 20, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, Student Building 015

Join UITS Learning Technologies for lunch as we help you find your perfect learning technology match in a fun “speed dating” event. You’ll move about the room, learning about each technology for about ten minutes before moving onto your next “date.” Bring your best teaching challenges...

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For Graduate Students: Creating a Diversity Statement: Critical Reflection on Diversity

Friday, April 20, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM, La Casa Latino Cultural Center, 715 E. 7th St

Academic job committees are increasingly requesting applicants submit a diversity statement. In this workshop, participants will learn strategies on how to reflect on diversity and how to craft a diversity statement. Participants will discuss how they incorporate equity-based practices into their classrooms and how they make space for...

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LA Brownbag: The Factors of Differential Grading Standards Across Academic Units

Friday, April 20, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Distinguished Alumni Room, IMU

This Learning Analytics (LA) project focuses on a comparative analysis of grading standards across undergraduate degree programs at IUB. The goal is to identify potential strategic motives, on the part of the academic units, which can help explain the differences in their grading standards. I analyze the variation of the average grade levels controlled for student aptitudes...

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Master Class in a Collaborative Classroom

Monday, April 23, 4-5:15pm, Student Building 015

Observe Suzanne Menzel and students work in a collaborative learning studio in her C-343 Data Structures class in Computer Science. Students will cooperate on a problem-solving exercise. Monday, April 23, 4-5:15pm, Student Building 015....

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SoTL Brown Bag: Collaborations in SoTL

Tuesday, April 24, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

The differences between what we do informally as faculty members and what we do in SoTL tend to fall in the level formality in our reflections, observations, and sharing of our findings as well as the interdisciplinary nature of the SoTL literature. Because of these characteristics, collaborations among faculty members are...

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One-on-one Canvas Help: Submitting Final Grades

Wednesday, April 25, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, CITL Workshop Room (Wells Library E243)

Do you need help with your Canvas gradebook so that you can submit your final grades? Meet with a CITL consultant to ask your Canvas and grading questions. These consultations will be scheduled in one-hour increments and exact times confirmed after you have registered. You will receive an email asking for your...

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CIRTL Events

Inclusive Teaching in Engineering and Technology

Thursday, April 19, 1:00pm CDT, Online

How can inclusive teaching support underrepresented students in engineering and technology? In this panel of undergraduate and graduate students and faculty we will reflect on inclusion and diversity in these traditionally male-dominated fields. Panelists will discuss how both student and instructor identities impact...

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Inclusive Teaching in Mathematics and Informatics

Thursday, April 26 2018 at 1:00pm CDT, Online

Student and professor demographics in mathematics and informatics show that, like other STEM fields, women remain underrepresented as both learners and instructors. In this panel of current and future faculty and undergraduate students will discuss how identity intersects with instruction in these two fields.

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