Workshops

Reflect Symposium: The Making of a T1 University

Saturday, October 31, 9:00 - 12:30 pm: Faculty and administrators will gather to share personal innovations in student-centered teaching. Topics will include evidence-based instructional practices, formative assessment, teaching with technology, equity and diversity, and creativity and cognitive demand. Registration is required and closed on October 9, 2020. For more information and to register, visit the Reflect Symposium site.

CAS Peer to Peer Technology Training

A series focused on teaching and technology in the current hybrid and online environment offered by faculty from the College of Arts & Sciences. Your colleagues share tools and methods to support the ability of all faculty to teach in a hybrid or online environment.

For recordings of many past Peer to Peer trainings, visit the Moodle BaseCamp. 

Teaching with Technology Workshop Series

Teaching with Technology is an ongoing series of workshops presented by Academic Technology Services that focuses on providing professional development for UP faculty in digital skills and pedagogy. Recordings of many past trainings are be available on ATSI's PilotsUP site. 

Digital Lab Workshops

The Clark Library Digital Lab offers free, one-hour workshops to current students, faculty, staff and alumni (space permitting). Workshop topics for Fall 2020 include iMovie, Canva, Garageband, Microsoft Sway, Tinkercad, Audacity, and website building.