September - Week 2

Hello Everyone-
Below you’ll find information about upcoming programming at the Faculty Center.
Have a great week,
Melody

FACULTY CENTER HAPPENINGS FOR THE WEEK 
The activities below will take place in the Faculty Center (Classroom Building One, room 207) unless otherwise noted. If you would like to participate virtually, please email fctl@ucf.edu for information and assistance.

Thursday, September 13th
Faculty Writing Club—10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Friday, September 14th
Faculty Writing Club—10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

UPCOMING TEACHING AND LEARNING DAY AT THE FACULTY CENTER
For the following event, please visit our page at http://fctl.ucf.edu/Events/TeachingAndLearningDays/ to see schedule and programming details.

September 28th Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Day
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Day will offer an opportunity for faculty to explore study-design, SoTL methodologies, and data management and treatment as these topics relate to their own SoTL projects. Representatives from FCTL, IKM, OEAS, RITE, as well as an experienced SoTL researcher will facilitate sessions throughout the day. A panel of faculty from various disciplines who engage in SoTL research will share their experience and expertise. You can register at http://ucf.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d4fD6vpFGNVa3at before September 27th.

FACULTY WRITING CLUB FALL 2018
Having trouble getting into a good writing rhythm? Need to get away from your office to get a change of perspective and a little privacy? Forget the coffee shop—join your colleagues on Thursday and Friday mornings from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. in FCTL for a loosely structured writing session. We'll take five or six minutes each week to go around the room and state a goal for the time block and then spend the rest of the time working on our individual projects. Bring your own laptop or use an FCTL computer. And of course there will be coffee. Everyone is welcome!

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Dorilyn Hitchcock
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Barbara Moore
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