Teaching & Learning Mini-Virtual-Conference

May 25th | 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. | Join OTL & LAIC for a new teaching & learning conference.

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Office of Teaching and Learning

A supportive place to find workshops, resources, and assistance to better your teaching. With extensive experience in successful grant writing at all levels, Office of Teaching and Learning staff are available to work with you as part of your grant application team. Meeting space is available for your education-related initiatives. Our reach is broad, encompassing all subject areas and interdisciplinary approaches to education.

 

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Upcoming Events

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APRIL 8, 2021  |  Book Club: Ungrading  |  9 a.m.  | Via Zoom (link emailed to registered participants)

APRIL 13, 2021  |  Faculty Focus: Humanizing the Online Course  |  2 - 3:15 p.m.  | Via Microsoft Teams

APRIL 15, 2021  |  Book Club: Ungrading  |  9 a.m.  | Via Zoom (link emailed to registered participants)

APRIL 15, 2021  |  Including U: Underrepresented Campus Faiths  |  12-1 p.m.  |  Via Zoom

APRIL 16, 2021  |  Deadline for Innovation in HyFlex Teaching Award Nominations 

APRIL 16, 2021  |  Deadline for Inspiring Colleague Award Nominations

APRIL 16, 2021  |  College Teaching Certificate  |  Initial Submission Deadline  |  Spring Semester Completion

APRIL 21, 2021  | Nobody Understands What You Do (And That's Okay): A Communicating Science Seminar For Graduate and Undergraduate Students |  12 p.m.  | Via Zoom (link emailed to registered participants)

APRIL 21, 2021  |  How to Speak with Humans: A Workshop for Academics |  2 p.m.  | Via Zoom (link emailed to registered participants)

APRIL 22, 2021  |  Book Club: Ungrading  |  9 a.m.  | Via Zoom (link emailed to registered participants)

MAY 14, 2021  |  College Teaching Certificate  |  Final Submission Deadline  |  Spring Semester Completion

MAY 14, 2021  |  Deadline to Apply for OTL Faculty Fellow 

MAY 25, 2021  |  NDSU OTL & LAIC Mini-Virtual Conference  |  9 a.m. to noon  |  Watch for more information

JUNE 24, 2021  | Workshops for Health Professionals: With Paul Casella, MFA  |  Register today >>

JULY 9, 2021  |  College Teaching Certificate  |  Initial Submission Deadline  |  Summer Semester Completion

AUGUST 6, 2021  |  College Teaching Certificate  |  Final Submission Deadline  |  Summer Semester Completion

  

 


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Associate professor Katie Lyman has adapted her approach to help students gain the knowledge they need to succeed in their career and in life, despite the global pandemic.

Katie Lyman is an…

 

 

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