Register for Summer 2021 Teaching Workshops

April 6, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

The American Cultures Center, Center for Teaching & Learning, Digital Learning Services, and Summer Sessions are hosting several workshops next month focused on summer teaching. Teaching in the summer is always a unique experience, and in our extra-unique circumstances, we invite you to join a collaboration of academic partners and instructors from across the campus in supporting student learning experiences during the summer term. All Summer Sessions instructors, including graduate student instructors, are welcome to attend.

Teaching in Summer Workshop
The American Cultures CenterCenter for Teaching & Learning, and Summer Sessions are hosting a Teaching in Summer Workshop on Tuesday, May 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Zoom. Topics covered include course planning for a summer course; who to expect in our classrooms; advice from experienced summer instructors; and a special session for teaching American Cultures courses in the summer. For more information and to register for the workshop, visit Please register by Friday, April 30.

Summer 2021 Remote Instruction Workshop Series
Digital Learning Services and the Center for Teaching & Learning are hosting a series of workshops May 4-21 on how to implement pedagogical best practices for remote instruction using campus-supported technologies. Included are workshops on how to use Kaltura; create engaging audio and video course materials; develop an organized bCourses site; use active learning approaches during synchronous class sessions on Zoom; meet accessibility standards with Ally; and develop effective assessments for a remote context. Register for this series via the Academic Innovation Studio website.

Best regards,

Catherine P. Koshland
Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education

Rick Russo
Associate Vice Chancellor, Undergraduate Education
Dean, Summer Sessions, Study Abroad, & Lifelong Learning

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