What’s new at Faculty Commons?

5 things we learned at SFI 2017

Great teaching can start with small changes Two of our keynote speakers, James Lang and Mills Kelly, reminded us that even small changes to our teaching can have huge impacts.  Prior to introducing our first keynote speaker, UD's own Agnes Ly demonstrated a small...
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June 22 – June 30: SFI follow-up events

If you missed Summer Faculty Institute 2017, or would like a deeper dig into your favorite showcased tools, we have planned sessions based on your feedback. Registration, though not required, has benefits: a reminder email and access to the sessions learning...
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Teaching as research with CIRTL

On June 30, the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) will lead a workshop on the concept of Teaching-as-Research (TAR) as part of the official 2017 Summer Faculty Institute program. Officially in operation since January 2017, CIRTL’s...
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Featured resources: Delaware Oral History Collection & Delaware Digital Newspaper Project

Asking your students to engage in research with primary sources can help them to develop important skills such as recognizing gaps in their knowledge and seeking additional understanding through critical questioning and research.  Here are two great collections that...
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The Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning (CTAL) is hosting spring walk-in consultations at Faculty Commons

Here’s how they can help you…

Tuesday – Thursday

12:00pm – 4:30pm

Faculty Commons is open for drop-ins

Monday through Friday

8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Call (302) 831-0640 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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