CETL

CETL Calendar

Fall 2012 Events

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Office: L-314 Library Building
Phone: 718-281-5161
CETL@qcc.cuny.edu
http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/cetl

Date, Time & Room

Workshop

Description

Thurs. 9/6/12

2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. 

 L 313 (CETL Room)

Academic Service Learning: Nuts & Bolts

Hosted by: 

CETL & The Office of Academic Service Learning

Faculty development workshop to support Queensborough's service learning initiative

For information about Academic Service Learning at QCC, please visit

http//www.qcc.cuny.edu/servicelearning

Wed. 9/12/12

1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.        

L-313  (CETL Room)

“Nuts and Bolts for New Faculty”

QCC faculty share what they learned during their first year teaching at QCC

Meet colleagues from across the disciplines and get some tips about thriving during your first year

Fri. 9/28/12

 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 

L-313 (CETL Room)

"Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum

Pedagogy Seminar Series comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions

Hosted by

CETL & The Senate Committee on Cultural & Archival Resources

This four part seminar is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum

Session One: 

Diversity & Global Learning: An Overview 

Thurs. 10/11/12

2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

L-313 (CETL Room)

Using Reflection Activities in Your Classes

 A faculty-led conversation to support Queensborough's High Impact Practices

Hosted by: 

CETL & The Office of Academic Service Learning

How do we define reflection?

What is the role of reflection in teaching and learning?

What are some best practices in using relflection the the classroom?

How do we assess reflection activities?

Fri. 10/12/12

11:45 p.m.-1:00 p.m.

L-313 (CETL Room)

 

“Writing A-Z”

A writing support group for faculty and staff 

Facilitated by

Kimberly J. Banks (Assistant Prof. English)

Federica Goldoni (Assistant Prof. Foreign Lanuages)

This support group focuses on the process of conceiving an idea and

identifying concrete funding possibilities for projects. 

The group  also offers support for a variety of writing projects such as drafting conference & book

 proposals, presentations, articles, and book publications.

 

Wed. 10/24/12

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

CETL- L 313

Applying for the 2013-2014 NEH Grant project  

 “Incorporating the Humanities into the study of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights” 

Incorporating the Humanities into the study of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights.   

Wed. 10/24/12

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

CETL- L 313

"Author Rights in the Era of Open Access"

Hosted by CETL

and

the Kurt R. Schmeller Library to celebrate Open Access Week 2012 http://www.openaccessweek.org

 

 Publishers commonly ask authors to sign away some, or even all, rights as a condition of publication. According to your publishing contract, what rights do you retain? Can you repost your article or book chapter on your website? Share the article with colleagues? Who owns the copyright to your work? How can you retain the rights you want? Should you consider publishing in open access journals?

Fri. 10/26/12

 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 

L-313 (CETL Room)

"Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum

Pedagogy Seminar Series comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions

Hosted by

CETL & The Senate Committee on Cultural & Archival Resources

This four part seminar is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum

Session Two: 

Models of integrating cultural resources as High Impact Educational Practices

Wed. 11/14/12

 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

H-302 

Faculty and Staff Research Workshop

 Hosted by CETL

and

the Kurt R. Schmeller Library

Workshop Content

Introduction to online databases to find:

Peer-reviewed journal articles; Magazine articles; Newspaper articles

    E-Books

Access to the CUNY Online Catalog for Books

Sign-up for ILLiad the Interlibrary Loan Service 

Fri. 11/16/12

 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 

L-313 (CETL Room)

"Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum

Pedagogy Seminar Series comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions

Hosted by

CETL & The Senate Committee on Cultural & Archival Resources

This four part seminar is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum

Session Three: 

Designing Lessons and Activities for Integrating Cultural & Archival Resources

Wed. 11/28/12

1:15 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

LB-26

 

Assessment Workshop:

How do you Know if Your Students are really Learning?

 Hosted by:

CETL & The Senate Committee on Institutional Effectiveness 

This introductory workshop will focus on providing participants with skills needed to perform valid and reliable assessments of student learning outcomes. 

 

Fri. 12/14/12

 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 

L-313 (CETL Room)

"Making Cultural Connections: Diversity & Global Learning Across the Curriculum" 

Pedagogy Seminar Series comprised of guest lectures, readings, and seminar discussions

Hosted by

CETL & The Senate Committee on Cultural & Archival Resources

This four part seminar is designed for participants who would like to develop instructional material for enhancing diversity/global learning in the curriculum

Presentations and seminar wrap up:

Participants will present innovative pedagogy to integrate cultural resources

Pearl S Buck

The secret of joy in work is contained in one word-- excellence.
To know how to do something well is to enjoy it.
-Pearl S. Buck

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