Upcoming Events

Summer 2020

June

EFFECTIVE REMOTE STRATEGIES FOR FIRST YEAR COURSES/PROGRAMS

Tuesday, June 30, 2:30–4:30PM 

We would like to bring together faculty involved in the 1st year courses/program to share with each other what aspects of remote teaching have worked well, what challenges you anticipate for the Fall semester, and how we can all best support each other’s efforts through these bumpy times. We have blocked two times to connect remotely (please come to one or both).

Tuesday June 30, 2020 from 2:30–4:30 pm MT
Thursday July 2, 2020 from 8:00–10:00 am MT

July

EFFECTIVE REMOTE STRATEGIES FOR FIRST YEAR COURSES/PROGRAMS

Thursday, July 2, 8:00–10:00AM 

We would like to bring together faculty involved in the 1st year courses/program to share with each other what aspects of remote teaching have worked well, what challenges you anticipate for the Fall semester, and how we can all best support each other’s efforts through these bumpy times. We have blocked two times to connect remotely (please come to one or both).

Tuesday June 30, 2020 from 2:30–4:30 pm MT
Thursday July 2, 2020 from 8:00–10:00 am MT

WAC: Accessibility

Wednesday, July 8th 3:30–5:00PM 

Based on the popular Friday Afternoon Club (FAC), the Trefny Center is offering a new remote faculty discussion series, Wednesday Afternoon Club (WAC). These are informal midweek discussions for faculty to share strategies and learn from each other. It is also a great way to catch up with colleagues as we are currently working in our remote environment. This week’s topic: Accessibility in socially distanced, hybrid, remote, and online environments.  We invite you to join us as you are able and welcome you to BYOB.

WAC: Communities of Inquiry/Learning Communities

Wednesday, July 22th 3:30–5:00PM 

Based on the popular Friday Afternoon Club (FAC), the Trefny Center is offering a new remote faculty discussion series, Wednesday Afternoon Club (WAC). These are informal midweek discussions for faculty to share strategies and learn from each other. It is also a great way to catch up with colleagues as we are currently working in our remote environment. This week’s topic: Building learning communities in socially distanced, hybrid, remote, and online environments.  We invite you to join us as you are able and welcome you to BYOB.