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Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Resources

Provides tips and resources for faculty members who are designing or redesigning a course, and serves as an intranet repository for electronic teaching resources, such as video clips, PowerPoint presentations, links to articles, handouts from development sessions, etc. In this area find materials related to assessment, classroom activities, instructional technology and more.

Contact Info

Carla Patterson (cpatters@highlands.edu)

Sarah Hepler (shepler@highlands.edu)

 

Development Opportunities

  • National Speaker Series, UGA, Athens
    February 13, 2014-Mary Taylor Huber (Carnegie)-Scholarship or Teaching and Learning
    March 5, 2014-Jon Rubin (SUNY)-Internationalizing the Curriculum through Online Partnerships
    April 7, 2014-Robin Wright (University of Minnesota)-Learning Space Design and SCALE-UP
  • USG Office of Faculty Development (OFD)
    February 4, 2014-Accessibility Considerations for Desire2Learn 10.2 Courses
    February 18, 2014
    -Accessibility Solutions for Online Educational Environments
    March 4, 2014
    -Introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
    March 18, 2014
    -Math on Wire
    April 1, 2014
    -Managing Student Teams Using the CATME System
    April 17-18, 2014-Best Practices for Promoting Engaged Student Learning-UGA-Teaching and Learning Conference (contacts: Marie Lasseter or Irene Kokkala)
    May 30, 2014-Call for Regents' Teaching Excellence Awards deadling (contact: Dr. Mike Rogers)

    The Affordable Learning Georgia initiative (ALG) is now in place and is designed to be:
    A University System of Georgia (USG) initiative to promote student success by providing affordable textbook alternatives; a one-stop service to help USG faculty and staff identify lower-cost, electronic, free, and Open Educational Resources, building on the cost-effective subscription resources provided by GALILEO and the USG libraries; a California State University-MERLOT partner benefit service

         

Faculty Institute Archives

  • Using Technology to Engage Students, from Start to Finish (September 14, 2012)-Click here to access the information shared from this session
  • Tech-Free Strategies to Engage Students, from Start to Finish (November 9, 2012)-Click here to access the information shared from this session
  • Governor's Teaching Fellows (GTF) (February 21, 2013)-Click here to access the information shared from this session
  • Mark Twain: Sci-Fi, Satire & the Sacred by Rick Bombard (March 28, 2013)-Sponsored by the Humanities Division-Click here to access the information shared from this session
  • Teaching Generation Z (April 23, 2013)-Sponsored by the Humanities Division-Click here to access the information shared from this session
  • Diffusion of Innovation Theory (February 27, 2014)-presented by Sarah Hepler and Jesse Bishop-Click here and here to access the information shared from this session

USG Faculty Development Resources

SOTL Resources

Other Resources

Other GHC Resources
  • Instructional Resource Center
  • OneCoolTool by Sarah Hepler -- Bogged down by the Instruction and Design Blogs that update fifty-thousand times a day? At OneCoolTool, I feature one - and only one - free instructional tool a day. This excellent resource was created by one of our Cartersville librarians.
  • March 26, 2013 Floyd Campus Women's History Event: Rome-Area Women in the CIvil Rights Movement-Web Video and Full Event (video by GHC Digital Media Production)
  • Lectures from IDIS1100H (click each selection to see the video):       

              1. Dr. Steve Blankenship, Associate Professor of History, on "The Bloodlands"  

              2. Dr. Laura Beth Daws, Assistant Professor of Comunication, on "Propaganda"

              3. Stacy Brown, Assistant Librarian for Public Services, on "Research Strategies"                                                          

              4. Dr. Alan Nichols, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, on "The Philosophy of Evil"                                                        

              5. Dr. Steve Blankenship, Associate Professor of History, on "Hiroshima"                                                                        

              6. Dr. Merry Clark, Assistant Professor of Biology, on "Biological Conventions in Flux"     

              7. Dr. Dudley Salley, Professor of Economics, on "Economic Changes in the 20th Century"                                                

              8. Teresa Hutchins, Assistant Professor of Political Science, on "Partisan Conflict in Congress and the Nation"                      

              9. Brian Barr, Assistant Professor of Art, on "Art in the 20th Century" (partial lecture)                                                       

            10. Jesse Bishop, Assistant Professor of English, on "Postmodern Literature"                                                                 

            11. Dr. Laura Beth Daws, Assistant Professor of Communication, on "Changing Conventions in Media in the 20th Century"  

            12. Dr. Steve Blankenship, Associate Professor of History, on "Rwanda and Cambodia" 

             ** all participants have granted permission for the TLC to post these videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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