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Upcoming Workshop

How to Deliver a Course Online

  • Two opportunities to attend:  Thursday, March 12 from 4-5 pm or Tuesday, March 17 from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • Location: Library Instruction Lab
  • Presenters: Karla Bright, Mike Hoffman, and Ann Tenglund
  • Workshop Description: Please join us for a one-hour workshop on how to use our Moodle Learning Management System and Zoom Videoconferencing to deliver a course in a fully online format.
  • No need to RSVP--sign in at the workshop to receive a certificate of attendance
  • Resource: How to Be a Better Online Teacher, from the Chronicle of Higher Education

Souper Monday--every Monday at 11:30 am in the University Club (over Hickey)

Thursday Forum
--every Thursday at 11:30 am in the University Club (over Hickey)


Using Teams for Finals--Spring 2020




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The Faculty Resource Center connects any interested faculty member with resources to enhance teaching, research, classroom assessment, advising, technology use, grant-seeking, and department chair work. The Center also provides special support to new faculty through an orientation program.  

The Center for Attention, Learning, and Memory (CALM), co-founded by Adam Brown and Althea Kaminske, works closely with the Faculty Resource Center to help us provide services to faculty.

The Center is currently in its first year of operation, and as such, is continually evolving. If you have ideas for programming you would like to see, resources you would like to have, or if you would like to volunteer to present, please contact Ann Tenglund at ateng @ or by phone at 716-375-2378.