Events

The Office of the Provost welcomes the Columbia teaching and learning community to celebrate the innovative efforts of faculty and graduate students in transforming their courses and pedagogies. Join us to share effective practices, celebrate the accomplishments of your peers, strengthen collaborations, and inspire new ideas in a forum dedicated to enriching the student learning experience.

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Ever wonder how to sift through all of the noise online to find the few available resources appropriate for your course? Want to foster that expertise in your students? In this workshop, you will learn the skills required for you and your students to collect and curate digital resources to advance your learning objectives. Instructors often wish to highlight a collection of digital resources for close analysis. Students engaged in this form of inquiry often participate more in class and gain important practice in identifying, vetting, and organizing content in their field of interest. Columbia faculty and graduate students from all departments are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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In this workshop, you and other members of the Columbia University community will consider strategies for making learning environments more inclusive by employing the principles of intercultural pedagogy. You will reflect on your experiences with diversity and inclusivity in the classroom, engage with the concept of course climate, and analyze teaching case studies. In the process, you should gain a deeper, more practical understanding of how to design and facilitate inclusive learning in your discipline.

Register here.

Ever wonder how to sift through all of the noise online to find the few available resources appropriate for your course? Want to foster that expertise in your students? In this workshop, you will learn the skills required for you and your students to collect and curate digital resources to advance your learning objectives. Instructors often wish to highlight a collection of digital resources for close analysis. Students engaged in this form of inquiry often participate more in class and gain important practice in identifying, vetting, and organizing content in their field of interest. Columbia faculty and graduate students from all departments are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Register here.