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Workshops and Presentations

 

WORKSHOPS:

New Programs Workshop: International Students and Distance Education

Who:

Faculty and staff interested in attracting international students to their new or existing academic program, or who are interested in developing a fully online and/or hybrid program  

What:

A third workshop on the new programs approval process. This workshop focuses on international students and services and distance education: 

I. Miranda Hines: Distance Education (20-25 minutes)

II. Elizabeth Leibach: International Students (20-25 minutes)

III. Questions 

When:

October 26th, 2017 at  3:00-4:15

Where:

Lucille Little Library-Niles Gallery

New Programs Workshop: Senate

Who:

Faculty and staff who are beginning to think about starting a new program, or who are in the process

What:

A second workshop on the new program approval process. This workshop focuses on the senate process, and will cover the following agenda:

I. Sheila Brothers: Senate Website/Forms and Frequently asked questions (15-20minutes)  

II. Dr. Margaret Mohr-Schroeder: Perspective from the Senate’s Academic Program Committee (15-20 minutes)

III. Joanie Ett-Mims: New Courses & Curriculog (15-20 minutes)

IV. Questions

When:

October 17th, 2017 at  9:00-10:15

Where:

Lucille Little Library-Niles Gallery

 

Taskstream: Student Learning Outcome Workspace Training
Who:
Faculty and staff responsible for reporting Annual Student Learning Outcome Reports
What:

In preparation for the upcoming October 31st deadline for the submission of Annual Student Learning Outcome Reports, the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness will be offering several training sessions, as well as drop-in office hours. Individuals should bring their program's SLO Reports in order to follow along during the presentation. 

When & Where: 

Classroom Training Sessions: 

Friday, October 6th           9:00 -10:00       King Library  0213F 
 
Friday, October 20th         1:00-2:00        King Library  0213F
 
Thursday, October 26th    1:00-2:00        King Library  0213F 
 
Monday, October 30th      1:00-2:00        King Library  0213F
 

Drop-In Hours: 

Friday, October 13th         1:00-3:00        POT 355 
 
Thursday, October 19th    1:00-3:00        POT 355
 

New Program Approval Process: From Notification of Intent (NOI) to Enrollment in 1 year (PAST WORKSHOP)
Who: 
Faculty and staff interested in learning more about starting a new degree program at the University
What:
 A brief 1.5 hour overview of the new program approval process.
     Featuring:
·       Lessons learned from faculty members who have successfully completed the approval process in under a year
·       Perspective from the Senate
·       Support services offered by the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
When:
      September 6th, 2017 at 9:00-10:30
Where: 
      Lucille Little Fine Arts Library- Niles Gallery