Center for Faculty Career Development

Academic (Technology) Roundtable

Academic (Technology) Roundtable lunches are designed to promote conversation, cooperation and the sharing of information, ideas and resources among faculty members, librarians, graduate students and staff. Meetings take place at noon and include a buffet lunch. No RSVP necessary.

CFCD Academic Technology Roundtable

Schedule 2015-2016

 

Fall Semester ‘15

October 29, Thursday

  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) - From design to implementation, Professor Jennifer S. Rose, Research Associate Professor of Psychology, and Quantitative Analysis Center, and Dan Mercier, Director of Instructional Design and Development, Center for Pedagogical Innovation

                12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 110

November 4, Wednesday

  • Supporting Students Who are Struggling with Depression or Anxiety, Jennifer D’Andrea, Director Counseling and Psychological Services and Tracy Mehr-Muska, University Protestant Chaplain

              12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

November 12, Thursday

  • Open Access Publishing – Melissa Behney, Science Librarian, Fred Cohan and Mike Singer, Professors of Biology

               12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

Spring Semester ‘16

February 2, Tuesday

  • Projects in the New Digital Media Lab in Olin Library,  Francesca Livermore, Digital Projects Librarian, Wesleyan University

                 12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

February 10, Wednesday

  • Strategies for Encouraging Students to Learn Statistics, Dr. Randi L. Garcia, Visiting Assistant Professor, Clark University, Worcester, MA

                 12:00 p.m. Exley Science Center, Woodhead Lounge 184

February 16, Tuesday

  • How You Can Use Videoconferencing for Teaching, Collaborating, and Interviewing Job Candidates, Jolee West and Jason Simms from ITS, Wesleyan University

                12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

February 23, Tuesday

  • The Art and Pedagogy of Making and Teaching with Maps, Constance Brown, Redstone Studios, Durham, CT

                12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

March 1, Tuesday

  • An update on the Spring Intensive Experiment, Lisa Dierker, Professor of Psychology and Director of Pilot Programs, Wesleyan University

                12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

April 1, Friday

                12:00 p.m. Exley Science Center, Woodhead Lounge 184

April 21, Thursday

  • How Can Increasing the “Emotional IQ” of Your Students Help Classroom Discussions about Race, Gender, and Other Sensitive Issues?, Dr. Robin Stern, Associate Director, Center for Emotional Intelligence, Yale University, New Haven, CT

               12:00 p.m. Exley Science Center, Woodhead Lounge 184

April 26, Tuesday

  • MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses): 

    Interested in offering a course on Coursera? Join us as we talk about new developments with Coursera, take a look at some of the Courses already available and discuss issues around course planning and design. Dan Mercier, Jeffrey Goetz and Paula Blue, Center for Pedagogical Innovation (CPI)   Lunch will be served . No RSVP necessary.

              12:00 p.m. Usdan University Center, Room 108

 


 


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