Past Faculty Development Series Events
Library, Lunch, Learn is an event series for all faculty on topics related to teaching, learning and scholarship.
Faculty Open Access Policy and FAR
Learn how Hope's Open Access Policy can make your scholarship more visible worldwide and how enhancements to the Faculty Activity Reporting system make it easier to deposit your work. We will also share tips for negotiating author agreements and explain campus funding for article processing fees.
Introduction to Zotero: Using Your Citations in Style
Have notecards and printed journal articles everywhere? Want a seamless method for keeping track of all your research project sources, materials, and notes? Come and learn about Zotero — a citation management tool that can help with your citations and research notes.
Advanced Zotero: Using Your Citations in Style
Already using Zotero? Interested in more advanced features such as note-taking? PDF searches? Tagging and building relationships between materials? Then this is the workshop for you. In it we will explore advanced features in Zotero and talk about applications for using them in research and the classroom.
Leveraging Streaming Video In and Out of the Classroom
The 21st-century classroom can integrate videos as much as written materials as tools for learning, but it can be challenging to keep up with evolving video resources. This workshop will highlight streaming video databases available through the library, share the evolving models of educational and commercial content providers, and discuss best practices for getting students access to the video resources they need.
"Nothing About us Without Us": Resources for Global Learning Flagged Course Material
This workshop is for faculty submitting syllabi for a Global Learning Flag and working to center their syllabi on materials that engage students with experts who participate in the culture(s) being studied. Join us for a broad discussion on strategies and tools for locating these kinds of materials as well as beginning resources in different disciplines. This workshop focuses on building syllabi that reflect the global nature of knowledge and situating our courses within a global society where students learn with and from difference.