Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning (C-TEL)

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Email: ctel@washburn.edu, location: Morgan Hall 204, phone: 785.670.2835 (CTEL), hours: 9-3 Mon-Fri

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Workshops

Workshops are 1-2 hour face-to-face presentations/discussions/activities that are designed to help faculty and staff learn more about teaching and learning.  Our workshops are often collaborative endeavors carried out in association with the Faculty Development Committee, Assessment Committee, Diversity Initiative, High Impact Practices Committee and other campus partners. Participation in many events is limited because of space constraints so please, register well in advance to ensure your place!

2016-2017 Schedule

August

D2L Training Part 1

Tuesday, August 23, 3:15-4:15
D109
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

Part 1: basics-This is the first of a series of Training modules that will start at the basics and work to the advanced user. (This workshop series is not affiliated with Online Education Support. It is taught by instructors from the Huntoon campus.)


Internal Grant Workshop

Tuesday, August 30, 3:00-4:30
Memorial Union Washburn B
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Come to learn about the internal grant funding opportunities available to faculty and staff at Washburn University.  Grants discussed will include Research Grants (Small Research, Major Research), Teaching and Learning Grants (Curriculum Development, Assessment, C-TEL Small Grants), and Professional Development Grants.  We will discuss the criteria for funding, reporting requirements, presentation requirements, and deadlines for each type of grant.


September

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, September 2, 11:30-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
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This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


New Instructor Meeting: Competencies

Thursday, September 8, 3:15-4:15
Brock room
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

A guest Instructor from our campus will Talk about what works for them in the Classroom/Lab. Focus on Competencies.


Promotion and Tenure Workshop

Friday, September 9, 2:00-4:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood, Kansas, Lincoln, & Thomas rooms
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This annual workshop provides invaluable information about the Tenure and Promotion process. Whether you are a new faculty, a faculty member getting ready to submit a petition, a faculty member who serves on TP committees, or an administrator who reviews petitions, this workshop is a must for you.  Representatives from the VPAA office will walk you through the TP process highlighting key steps, deadlines, and communication points along the way.  Each of the Schools and the College will break down into smaller groups to discuss processes and procedures specific to each unit.


Community Engagement Lunch for Faculty

Wednesday, September 14, 12:00-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
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This luncheon will provide an overview of High Impact Community Engagement Practices (HICEPs) for faculty and staff who are interested in creating HICEPs activities or courses. Those already engaged in HICEPs are also invited to attend to learn how they might refine their work, and also in order to share their experiences with others. Future lunches will include community partners from around the Topeka area, but this first one will be offered to faculty and staff only.


Programs to Improve Your Online Instruction

Wednesday, September 14, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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OSP Hot Topic Brown Bag

Tuesday, September 20, 11:30-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
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As part of the OSP’s continuing effort to inform and assist with post-award grant management, this session with highlight best practices relevant to a specific topic or area of grant management, including those topics featured in the “Hot Topic Tuesday” monthly email. This session is designed to provide information useful and applicable to faculty or staff managing a current grant award or preparing an application for a new award.


Study Abroad Program Development

Wednesday, September 21, 2:00-3:00
Memorial Union Boswell room
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Are you interested in developing a faculty-led program, but not sure how to get started?  Then this workshop is for you!  Bring your ideas and questions.  A copy of the Study Abroad Program Development Guide and Program Proposal will be provided, along with additional instructions for completing the proposal process. First time program leaders and assistants are encouraged to attend.


Using D2L Rubrics to Provide Effective Student Feedback

Thursday, September 22, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Do you want a better way to provide assignment requirements to students? Do you want an easier way to grade students’ assignments? Rubrics can ease the process of understanding what is expected in an assignment AND make grading easier. In this workshop you will learn how to create an electronic rubric and grade student submissions simply by clicking boxes.


OSP External Grants Workshop

Friday, September 23, 2:00-3:30
Memorial Union Kansas room
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Interested in learning more about the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP)? This session provides an overview of the OSP and the services, resources, and assistance available to faculty, staff, and administrators who are seeking external sources of funding for projects and initiatives. Other topics include Washburn institutional procedures for soliciting external funding and an introduction to other training sessions.


D2L Training Part 2

Wednesday, September 28, 3:15-4:15
D109
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

Part 2: This is a series of Training modules that will start at the basics and work to the advanced user. (This workshop series is not affiliated with Online Education Support. It is taught by instructors from the Huntoon campus.)


Multi-level Teaching Panel

Wednesday, September 28, 3:30-4:30
Memorial Union Vogel room
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What are some strategies and benefits of working with heterogeneous groups of students? Attend this panel of faculty who have found ways to create and build upon situations where there are students from varying skill and experience levels.


October

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, October 7, 11:30-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
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This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


Community Engagement Lunch: Finding and Selecting a Community Partner

Thursday, October 13, 12:00-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
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Community Engagement Lunches offer faculty and community partners an opportunity to network and learn about High Impact Community Engagement Practices.  This month’s lunch will highlight the process of finding a community partner.


New Instructor Meeting: Lesson Plans

Thursday, October 13, 3:15-4:15
Brock room
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

A guest Instructor from our campus will Talk about what works for them in the Classroom/Lab. Focus on Lesson Plans.


OSP Searching for Grants

Thursday, October 13, 3:30-5:00
Bennett Computer Center room 102
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Join us to discuss ways to find external funding for your upcoming projects. From curriculum development to community collaborations, research to equipment, grant funding can help get your project off the ground. In this session, we will review ways to find public and private sources of funding, including grants.gov and PIVOT.


OSP Hot Topic Brown Bag

Tuesday, October 18, 11:30-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
Register Here

As part of the OSP’s continuing effort to inform and assist with post-award grant management, this session with highlight best practices relevant to a specific topic or area of grant management, including those topics featured in the “Hot Topic Tuesday” monthly email. This session is designed to provide information useful and applicable to faculty or staff managing a current grant award or preparing an application for a new award.


Using Screencasting to Provide Effective Student Feedback

Tuesday, October 18, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Would you like to sit down with every student and go over their assignment submissions with them but scheduling appointments is a pain? Screencasting can bridge the gap between you and your student’s schedules. In this workshop, you will learn to record your notes and suggestions when you have time and send it to the student for them to view at their convenience.


Creating Quick and Easy Mini Lectures

Monday, October 24, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Are you looking for a way to make your PowerPoints more engaging and easier to understand without spending a lot of time? In this workshop you will learn how to transform your current PowerPoint presentations into mini lectures using Office Mix.


OSP Searching for Grants

Tuesday, October 25, 2:00-3:30
Bennett Computer Center room 102
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Join us to discuss ways to find external funding for your upcoming projects. From curriculum development to community collaborations, research to equipment, grant funding can help get your project off the ground. In this session, we will review ways to find public and private sources of funding, including grants.gov and PIVOT.


Study Abroad Health, Safety & Policies

Wednesday, October 26, 2:00-3:00
Memorial Union Boswell room
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Are you leading a group of students abroad?  Then, mark your calendars to attend one of the dates below for the Study Abroad Faculty Leader Workshop, and start working with the Office of International Programs at your earliest convenience. All faculty leaders and assistants are required to attend a workshop prior to the program's departure. Attendance is required only once, but yearly attendance is encouraged as policies and procedures change over time.


D2L Training Part 3

Thursday, October 27, 3:15-4:15
D109
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

Part 3: This is a series of Training modules that will start at the basics and work to the advanced user. (This workshop series is not affiliated with Online Education Support. It is taught by instructors from the Huntoon campus.)


November

New Instructor Meeting: Assessments

Thursday, November 3, 3:15-4:15
Brock room
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

A guest Instructor from our campus will Talk about what works for them in the Classroom/Lab. Focus on course building/assessments.


OSP Writing the Grant

Thursday, November 3, 3:30-5:00
Memorial Union Shawnee room
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This workshop offers training in developing a grant proposal for submission. Participants will learn best practices for devising a timeline for preparing a proposal; preparing goals, objectives, and evaluation methods that respond to a specific funding opportunity; and, peer reviewing proposal drafts. By the end of the training, participants will have a template for preparing future grant proposals.


OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, November 4, 11:30-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
Register Here

This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


OSP Searching for Grants

Monday, November 7, 3:30-5:00
Bennett Computer Center room 102
Register Here

Join us to discuss ways to find external funding for your upcoming projects. From curriculum development to community collaborations, research to equipment, grant funding can help get your project off the ground. In this session, we will review ways to find public and private sources of funding, including grants.gov and PIVOT.


Encouraging More Efficient Group Collaboration

Tuesday, November 8, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Looking for a simple tool to keep everyone in your class up to date and working together as a team on a collaborative project?  Come to this workshop to learn how your students can save documents, spreadsheets, and presentation in OneDrive, easily share them with others and work together either synchronously or asynchronously.


Community Engagement Lunch Panel

Wednesday, November 9, 12:00-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
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D2L Training Part 4

Thursday, November 10, 3:15-4:15
D109
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

Part 4: This is a series of Training modules that will start at the basics and work to the advanced user. (This workshop series is not affiliated with Online Education Support. It is taught by instructors from the Huntoon campus.)


OSP Hot Topic Brown Bag

Tuesday, November 15, 11:30-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
Register Here

As part of the OSP’s continuing effort to inform and assist with post-award grant management, this session with highlight best practices relevant to a specific topic or area of grant management, including those topics featured in the “Hot Topic Tuesday” monthly email. This session is designed to provide information useful and applicable to faculty or staff managing a current grant award or preparing an application for a new award.


Creating Space for Mixed-Race Students

Tuesday, November 15, 3:00-4:00
Memorial Union Vogel room
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By 2050, 1 in 5 students will identify as bi/multiracial. C-TEL Fellow Sandy Tutwiler discusses the impact of this demographic as the numbers of mixed-race students increase on college/university campuses. Based on information from her recent publication, The Fifth Minority: Mixed-Race Youth and Schooling, Sandy concludes that mixed-race youth will arrive on campuses no longer constrained by imposed racial identifications. Characteristics of mixed-race youth that lead to this conclusion will be discussed. Mixed-race students will likely require curricula, campus structures, and resources to support development and effective management of self-racial identifications. The presentation concludes with a discussion of existing and needed resources at Washburn to ensure “space” for mixed-race students.


Successful Team-Based Learning

Wednesday, November 16, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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This workshop will have examples of successful team and group based activities. You will also learn how to group your students using Desire2Learn Groups.


December

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, December 2, 11:30-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
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This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


What To-do? Student Checklists

Tuesday, December 6, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Sometimes students would like a list of activities so they can check each one off as they complete it. In this workshop, you will learn how to create a D2L Checklist that will do just that. We will also discuss the opportunities to combine the checklist with Release Conditions to provide students with feedback and encouragement.


New Instructor Meeting: Classroom Management

Thursday, December 8, 3:15-4:15
Brock room
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

A guest Instructor from our campus will Talk about what works for them in the Classroom/Lab. Focus on Classroom Management.


January

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, January 6, 11:30-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
Register Here

This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


OSP External Grants Workshop

Friday, January 20, 2:00-3:30
Memorial Union Kansas room
Register Here

Interested in learning more about the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP)? This session provides an overview of the OSP and the services, resources, and assistance available to faculty, staff, and administrators who are seeking external sources of funding for projects and initiatives. Other topics include Washburn institutional procedures for soliciting external funding and an introduction to other training sessions.


Community Engagement Lunch: Unusual Connections

Wednesday, January 25, 12:00-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
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February

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, February 3, 12:00-1:00
Martin
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This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


OSP Searching for Grants

Wednesday, February 8, 2:00-3:30
Bennett Computer Center room 102
Register Here

Join us to discuss ways to find external funding for your upcoming projects. From curriculum development to community collaborations, research to equipment, grant funding can help get your project off the ground. In this session, we will review ways to find public and private sources of funding, including grants.gov and PIVOT.


Study Abroad Program Development

Wednesday, February 8, 2:00-3:00
Memorial Union Boswell room
Register Here

Are you interested in developing a faculty-led program, but not sure how to get started?  Then this workshop is for you!  Bring your ideas and questions.  A copy of the Study Abroad Program Development Guide and Program Proposal will be provided, along with additional instructions for completing the proposal process. First time program leaders and assistants are encouraged to attend.


Automating Student Feedback & Encouragement

Wednesday, February 8, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Providing students with meaningful feedback can greatly enhance learning and improve student achievement but we don’t always have time to provide feedback on an individual basis for everything a student does in a course. In this workshop, you will learn how to utilize both Release Conditions and Intelligent Agents to provide students with a personalized feedback and encouragement system that will help you use your time more efficiently.


Study Abroad Health, Safety & Policies

Wednesday, February 15, 2:00-3:00
Memorial Union Boswell room
Register Here

Are you leading a group of students abroad?  Then, mark your calendars to attend one of the dates below for the Study Abroad Faculty Leader Workshop, and start working with the Office of International Programs at your earliest convenience. All faculty leaders and assistants are required to attend a workshop prior to the program's departure. Attendance is required only once, but yearly attendance is encouraged as policies and procedures change over time.


Open Access: An Introduction

Wednesday, February 15, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 206B
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The first of three workshops on Open Access. Attendance of all three workshops is encouraged. Open Access textbooks and Open Educational Resources provide innovative solutions for faculty to provide students free access to reliable scholarly textbooks and other learning materials. In this workshop participants will discuss how Open Access is defined, creative commons licensing, and popular resources to explore.


Community Engagement Lunch: When Things go Wrong

Thursday, February 16, 12:00-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
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OSP Hot Topic Brown Bag

Tuesday, February 21, 11:30-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
Register Here

As part of the OSP’s continuing effort to inform and assist with post-award grant management, this session with highlight best practices relevant to a specific topic or area of grant management, including those topics featured in the “Hot Topic Tuesday” monthly email. This session is designed to provide information useful and applicable to faculty or staff managing a current grant award or preparing an application for a new award.


Provide Immediate Feedback with Online Assessment

Tuesday, February 21, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Providing students with meaningful feedback can greatly enhance learning and improve student achievement but we don’t always have time to provide feedback on an individual basis for every assessment. Using D2L quizzes, you can provide students with immediate and consistent feedback without spending the time of meeting with each student individually. In this workshop you will get to create an online quiz and experiment with the feedback options.


Open Access: Textbooks & Journals

Wednesday, February 22, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 206B
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The second of three workshops on Open Access. Open Access textbooks and Open Educational Resources provide innovative solutions for faculty to provide students free access to reliable scholarly textbooks and other learning materials. In this workshop participants will get hands-on with Open Access and Open Educational Resources by exploring relevant resources and reviewing them with a discussion to follow.”


Flipping the Classroom

Thursday, February 23, 3:15-4:15
Brock room
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus


Managing Conflict in the Classroom

Monday, February 27, 3:00-4:30
Memorial Union Vogel room
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What are some ways that faculty and staff can de-escalate or avoid situations of classroom conflict? An overview of strategies will be presented and discussed.


March

Open Access: In the Classroom & Beyond

Wednesday, March 1, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 206B
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The third workshop on Open Access. Open Access textbooks and Open Educational Resources provide innovative solutions for faculty to provide students free access to reliable scholarly textbooks and other learning materials. In this workshop participants will explore Open Access and pedagogy, learn about Open Access resource adoption, and look at some tools for implementation in the classroom.


Gamification Part 1

Thursday, March 2, 3:15-4:15
AW101
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus


OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, March 3, 12:00-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
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This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


OSP Searching for Grants

Friday, March 3, 2:00-3:30
Bennett Computer Center room 102
Register Here

Join us to discuss ways to find external funding for your upcoming projects. From curriculum development to community collaborations, research to equipment, grant funding can help get your project off the ground. In this session, we will review ways to find public and private sources of funding, including grants.gov and PIVOT.


Using D2L Rubrics to Provide Effective Student Feedback (cap. 15)

Tuesday, March 7, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Do you want a better way to provide assignment requirements to students? Do you want an easier way to grade students’ assignments? Rubrics can ease the process of understanding what is expected in an assignment AND make grading easier. In this workshop you will learn how to create an electronic rubric and grade student submissions simply by clicking boxes.


Gamification Part 2

Thursday, March 9, 3:15-4:15
AW101
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus


Community Engagement Lunch: Successful Projects Showcase

Wednesday, March 15, 12:00-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
Register Here


Using Screencasting to Provide Effective Student Feedback

Wednesday, March 15, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
Register Here

Would you like to sit down with every student and go over their assignment submissions with them but scheduling appointments is a pain? Screencasting can bridge the gap between you and your student’s schedules. In this workshop, you will learn to record your notes and suggestions when you have time and send it to the student for them to view at their convenience.


OSP Hot Topic Brown Bag

Tuesday, March 21, 11:30-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
Register Here

As part of the OSP’s continuing effort to inform and assist with post-award grant management, this session with highlight best practices relevant to a specific topic or area of grant management, including those topics featured in the “Hot Topic Tuesday” monthly email. This session is designed to provide information useful and applicable to faculty or staff managing a current grant award or preparing an application for a new award.


OSP Searching for Grants

Thursday, March 23, 10:00-11:30
Bennett Computer Center room 102
Register Here

Join us to discuss ways to find external funding for your upcoming projects. From curriculum development to community collaborations, research to equipment, grant funding can help get your project off the ground. In this session, we will review ways to find public and private sources of funding, including grants.gov and PIVOT.


April

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, April 7, 12:00-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
Register Here

This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


Common Uses of Washburn Video

Wednesday, April 12, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Washburn has our own video server (much like YouTube). Dale Rusche from Instructional Services will explain how some faculty are already using the Washburn Video server and demonstrate how you can use it too.


OSP Writing the Grant

Friday, April 14, 2:00-3:30
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Martin room
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This workshop offers training in developing a grant proposal for submission. Participants will learn best practices for devising a timeline for preparing a proposal; preparing goals, objectives, and evaluation methods that respond to a specific funding opportunity; and, peer reviewing proposal drafts. By the end of the training, participants will have a template for preparing future grant proposals.


OSP Hot Topic Brown Bag

Tuesday, April 18, 11:30-1:00
Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center Forum room
Register Here

As part of the OSP’s continuing effort to inform and assist with post-award grant management, this session with highlight best practices relevant to a specific topic or area of grant management, including those topics featured in the “Hot Topic Tuesday” monthly email. This session is designed to provide information useful and applicable to faculty or staff managing a current grant award or preparing an application for a new award.


Face to Face Discussion at a Distance

Tuesday, April 18, 3:30-4:30
Mabee Library room 205
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Whether teaching a course to students across the country or brining in a guest speaker from the other side of the world, video conferencing can easily connect people who would not normally get the chance to meet face to face. In this session we will show how to use Zoom to run your own video conference.


Tech Showcase

Tuesday, April 25, 3:15-4:15
AW101
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Please note that this event will take place at the Huntoon campus

Share what worked for you this year in the classroom/lab.


May

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, May 5, 12:00-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
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This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!


June

OSP Grant Maker Space

Friday, June 2, 12:00-1:00
Memorial Union Cottonwood room
Register Here

This session is an open-door drop in session designed for faculty/staff working on a grant proposal. There are no strings attached—simply a monthly opportunity dedicated to preparing that grant proposal, building momentum, and gaining informal peer feedback on a proposal. Regardless of the stage of proposal development, this informal meeting will offer a supportive work session designed to facilitate work on your grant proposal. The OSP staff will be available to answer questions and provide assistance, if requested; otherwise, you are welcome to drop in, share productive energy with colleagues, and/or write your proposal!