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To ensure your safety, all employees are directed to click on the “Safer Return to Campus” link

You must first complete a brief training course before visiting the campus.  

After clicking on the “Safer Return to Campus” link, look for the “Checklist Before Coming to Campus” in the menu.   

Office of Faculty Affairs Workshops

Range Elevation Workshops:

RTP Changes triggered by modified Policy #1328 Workshop

Best Practices for Reviewing RTP Criteria Documents Workshop

WORKSHOPS

FACULTY ZOOM SESSIONS                                                                    

  •  Tuesday Jan. 19, 3:00 – 4:00 pm             Suggested topic: a great first day of class                            
  •  Thursday Jan. 21, 3:00 – 4:00 pm                                                  

                                                                      

Spring Quality Matters Courses from the Chancellor’s Office

The Chancellor’s Office will offer free courses in February & March 2021, registration opening Dec. 1. Courses are 3 weeks long, fully asynchronous, and require 15-20 hours. Certification is available. For more information see the Quality Assurance training page.

  • Introduction to Teaching Online Using the Quality Learning & Teaching Rubric
  • Advanced Quality Learning & Teaching Course in Teaching Online
  • Design Your Online Course with Quality Matters
  • Improve Your Online Course with Quality Matters

Message from the Provost regarding the budget and COVID-19

Sylvia A. Alva
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

                              

Peer Review & Student Ratings for Remote Courses

Peer review and student ratings for remote courses have some special features that are different from face to face courses. This research-based session will cover best practices and offer sample instruments. If a departments wants to modify its policies or instruments, these need to be provided to faculty very early in the semester.

All faculty are invited. The intended audience is chairs, DRTP committee members, lecturer evaluation committee members, etc.

 Please register in advance: