The Office of Faculty Development provides workshops and webinars on different topics ranging from pedagogy, androgy to technology applications that will benefit the teaching and learning process. Current training opportunties can be found in the training library of our website.
Curriculum and Course Design
Instructional Development offers services that help to promote effective course planning and appropriate use of instructional strategies. It also supports the design, production, and use of instructional materials that support effective course goals and instructional strategies.
Some specific services provided are:
The selection and use of any technology in a course should be guided by the learning objectives and the availability of the technology. The technology used in the course serves as a tool to facilitate student learning.
Support provided by the Office of Faculty Development in the selection and use of instructional technologies include design, development, and management of online and face-to-face courses, podcasting, student response systems (clickers), ePortfolio, creating video clips or audio files, scanning documents to PDF or an editable format, creating PowerPoint presentations, and using other software such as, Adobe Connect, Photoshop, Articulate, Dreamweaver, SPSS, Adobe Acrobat, Respondus, Captivate, MovieMaker, Audacity, Visual Communicator, and others.
COACHE is a collaboration of colleges and universities committed to gathering peer diagnostic and comparative data academic administrators need to recruit, retain, and develop faculty members, who are critical to the long-term future of any institution. The core element of COACHE is an electronic survey specially designed for full-time faculty members to provide information about their experiences at their institutions.
Faculty Mentoring Program: Coming Soon!