Workshops Calendar

If you are unable to attend an event in person and would like to participate virtually, please inquire at fctl@ucf.edu about online options such as Skype or Adobe Connect.

October 2011 Calendar of Events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

2

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

3

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Building a Grade Book Using MS Excel
 
Top Ten Hacks for Webcourses: Save Time and Hassle
 

4

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Prezi: A New, Free Alternative to PowerPoint
 
Book Club: The Narcissism Epidemic
 
Effective and Engaging Lessons and Learning Activities
 

5

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Top Ten Hacks for Webcourses: Save Time and Hassle
 

6

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

7

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

8

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

9

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

10

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

11

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
TRACK STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH ONGOING ASSESSMENT OF THEIR WRITING
 
Honors Teaching Circle
 

12

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Honors Teaching Circle
 
TRACK STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH ONGOING ASSESSMENT OF THEIR WRITING
 

13

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Assessing Service-Learning in Science Courses
 
Top Ten Hacks for Webcourses: Save Time and Hassle
 
Effective and Engaging Lessons and Learning Activities
 

14

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Seminar: Early Engagement of Students in Research: Best Practices for Diversity and Inclusion
 

15

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

16

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

17

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Effective and Engaging Lessons and Learning Activities
 

18

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Transitioning Verification Labs to Guided Inquiry Labs
 
Book Club: The Narcissism Epidemic
 
Building a Grade Book Using MS Excel
 

19

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Top Ten Hacks for Webcourses: Save Time and Hassle
 

20

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
FACULTY TRAINING EVENT: BRING YOUR COURSE TO LIFE!
 

21

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Prezi: A New, Free Alternative to PowerPoint
 

22

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

23

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

24

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

25

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Effective and Engaging Lessons and Learning Activities
 
Women Scholars Reading Group Fall Selection: "The Madame Curie Complex"
 
Top Ten Hacks for Webcourses: Save Time and Hassle
 
Preparing GTAs to Assist in Implementing Research-Based Teaching Methods
 

26

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

27

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Building a Grade Book Using MS Excel
 

28

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

29

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

30

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 

31

Faculty Writing Club
 
Faculty Writing Club
 
Halloween Open House
 
 

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Christopher Leo
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Jane Compson
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Melody Bowdon
College of Arts and Humanities Melody     Bowdon I have taught undergraduate writing classes for over fifteen years, and the most gratifying aspect of my experience has always been seeing students make ethical use of concepts and techniques learned from my classes in their lives as professionals and citizens. For me, teaching writing is teaching thinking, and th...