TLI Workshop Registration Workshop Descriptions (Summary)
Featured Workshop
Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning

View Workshop Times
Over the past twenty years, researchers and practitioners in the field of online education have identified the very best pedagogical strategies for developing and delivering a quality online learning experience. In this workshop, participants will learn more about those strategies and how to implement teaching, learning and assessment practices that lead to student success and satisfaction.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Featured Workshop
Getting Started Teaching Online

View Workshop Times
Interested in teaching online, but not sure where to begin? This workshop will help you take your first steps toward teaching an online class. Participants will be introduced to the course development process, learn details about faculty support resources, and participate in a Q and A with the director of online programs.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Featured Workshop
Successful Teaching in the Online Synchronous Classroom

View Workshop Times
Online courses can be delivered synchronously (instructor and students participate at the same time), asynchronously (instructor and students participate at different times) or a combination of the two modalities. This workshop will focus on synchronous course delivery and the strategies needed to design and deliver online synchronous class sessions that are engaging and effective for all participants.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Active Learning in Large Online Classes: Strategies for Promoting Student Engagement

Sorry, there are no scheduled times for this workshop. Contact us for more info.
“Learning is not a spectator sport,” wrote Chickering and Gamson in their influential 1987 AAHE bulletin, “Seven Principles for Good Practice.” 30 years later, the statement holds true. This workshop introduces faculty to strategies that promote and sustain online student engagement, even in high enrollment courses. Learn tips for managing large online classes, as well as methods for delivering materials and assessing student learning.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Alternatives to Rubrics

View Workshop Times
Faculty will learn about different direct and indirect assessments to use in the classroom other than rubrics. They will learn how these instruments work and when they are appropriate to use. This workshop will also share examples and resources to help faculty start using these new instruments.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Civility and Community in e-Learning

Sorry, there are no scheduled times for this workshop. Contact us for more info.
During this workshop, faculty will learn practical methods for promoting civility in online and hybrid courses, including tips for developing assignments and policies that establish inclusion and support non-traditional learners.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Diversi-Tea: Inclusivity & Hidden Disabilities

View Workshop Times
In this session, we will be discussing invisible disabilities and their implications on inclusive practices both in and outside the classroom. Mobility impairments and visible disabilities will also be covered, and inclusion considerations as they relate to intersectionality will also be touched upon. Light refreshments will be served. Can't attend in-person? This workshop will webcasted during the scheduled time, and also recorded for later viewing: https://bit.ly/2lxukGT.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Diversi-Tea: Supporting First Generation Students

View Workshop Times
In this session, participants will hear from a panel of first-generation students at varying levels of their academic experience to foster a better understanding of the strengths and academic needs of this population. Additionally, faculty, staff and students are invited to discuss with the panel ideas for supporting first-generation students both in and outside the classroom to foster their success. Light refreshments will be served. If you cannot attend in-person, view our live webcast: https://bit.ly/2kdrTZG.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.