Across the UAB campus, faculty are enhancing the student learning experience by combining innovative instructional methods with a variety of learning technology tools. This Instructor and Faculty-led series explores these innovations in and outside of the classroom, and provides a forum for discussion around how these tools and techniques might be applied in different learning environments.
Spring sessions in this series include:
Wed. 2/6, 1 - 2 PM: Effective use of Discussion Boards - Scott Boyar, Associate Professor, Management, Information Systems & Quantitative Methods
**Tuesday, 2/19, 11:30 AM - 1 PM: Using Clickers in large classes - Leslie Hendon, Instructional Laboratory supervisor, Biology
Wed. 3/6, 1 - 2 PM: Using Clickers in Small- and Medium-sized Classes - Christopher Biga, Visiting Assistant Professor, Sociology
**Fri. 3/29, 11:30 AM - 1 PM: Teaching Online: Confessions of a First-Timer - Michele Forman, Director of Visual Literacy & Instructor, History
Wed. 4/17, 1 - 2 PM: Using Wikis to enhance writing and Collaboration Skills - Jennifer Greer, Teacher, Graduate School
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* Indicates lunch provided
901 13th St S
Center for Teaching & Learning
NOTE: All workshops are for UAB faculty and staff only. You must be a current employee to register. Our purpose is to provide a technology-supported education system and the services that contribute to the strategic mission of the University, to the quality of education, and to the learning outcomes of UAB staff and students. We support a blended approach to teaching and learning.