Tuesday November 1, 2022 at 3:45 PM
CTL Coffee Chat-Online Course Development and Support
Are you currently teaching or planning to teach an online course? Do you have questions about how to start the course development process, how to prepare for a course review, or how to improve an existing online course? If this sounds like you then make plans to join your colleagues and the online design team from the William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) for a Coffee Chat on Tuesday, November 1, at 3:45 in the Library East Reading Room.
Learn about course development best practices, including the recommended development schedule, resources the CTL can offer, and get answers to your unique challenges as you begin your development efforts. You’ll also hear from two Michigan Tech instructors who have gone through the development process and are ready to share their experiences with you.
Register to attend the CTL Coffee Chat featuring our online design team.
Please also take a moment to complete the short pre-event survey.
Tuesday November 8, 2022 at 3:45 PM
Instructional Awards-Curriculum Development and Assessment Chris Middlebrook Josue Reynoso
The Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning will recognize Chris Middlebrook (ECE) and Josue Reynoso as co-recipients of the 2022 CTL Instructional Award for Curriculum Development and Assessment on Thursday, November 8 at 3:45. They were selected for the award after being nominated via the Deans’ Teaching Showcase during the spring 2022 semester.
Middlebrook’s award presentation: Curriculum Development: Creation of a Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing Laboratory Course
Reynoso’s award presentation: Developing New Curricula: An Experiential Learning Approach
Register to attend the CTL Instructional Awards for Chris Middlebrook and Josue Reynoso