Fall 2020 Workshops

Q&A with Michelle Miller
Wednesday, August 19, 2:00 - 3:00 pm / TBD
Join us for a Q&A session with Michelle Miller (a follow-up to her keynote address at the Academic Affairs retreat).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, August 25, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, August 26, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Hypothesis
Friday, August 28, 1:15 - 2:15 / Remote access
Eryn Barker, from Hypothesis, will provide a workshop describing how Hypothesis can be used to support student learning in your classes this fall.

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Tuesday, September 1, 9:40 - 10:40 am / Remote access
Moderator: Jessamyn Neuhaus
This week, we'll be discussing:

  • Introduction: Small Teaching Online
  • Chapter 1: Surfacing Backward Design
  • Chapter 2: Guiding Learning Through Engagement

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, September 1, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, September 2, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Wednesday, September 2, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This week, we'll be discussing:

  • Introduction: Small Teaching Online
  • Chapter 1: Surfacing Backward Design
  • Chapter 2: Guiding Learning Through Engagement

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, September 2, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Thursday, September 3, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Rebecca Mushtare
This week, we'll be discussing:

  • Introduction: Small Teaching Online
  • Chapter 1: Surfacing Backward Design
  • Chapter 2: Guiding Learning Through Engagement

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, September 8, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, September 9, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Tuesday, September 15, 9:40 - 10:40 am / Remote access
Moderator: Jessamyn Neuhaus
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 3: Using Media and Technology Tools
  • Chapter 4: Building Community

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, September 15, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, September 16, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Wednesday, September 16, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 3: Using Media and Technology Tools
  • Chapter 4: Building Community

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, September 16, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Thursday, September 17, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Rebecca Mushtare
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 3: Using Media and Technology Tools
  • Chapter 4: Building Community

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, September 22, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

New Faculty Networking 
Tuesday, September 22, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, September 23, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

New Faculty Networking 
Wednesday, September 23, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Tuesday, September 29, 9:40 - 10:40 am / Remote access
Moderator: Jessamyn Neuhaus
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 5: Giving Feedback
  • Chapter 6: Fostering Student Persistence and Success

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, September 29, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, September 30, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Wednesday, September 30, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 5: Giving Feedback
  • Chapter 6: Fostering Student Persistence and Success

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, September 30, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Thursday, October 1, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Rebecca Mushtare
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 5: Giving Feedback
  • Chapter 6: Fostering Student Persistence and Success

Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom
Monday, October 5, 9:30 - 10:30 am / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This session is for participants in the third Oswego cohort participating in the Cornell MOOC on Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom. During this session, we will watch and discuss the videos provided in each week's module. All are welcome to attend (even if you are not participating in this MOOC).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, October 6, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, October 7, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

What your mentor never told you about mentoring -- supporting new faculty success
Friday, October 9, 2:30 - 3:30 /  Recording
Presenter: Dean Kristin Croyle
TBD

Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom
Monday, October 12 9:30 - 10:30 am / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This session is for participants in the third Oswego cohort participating in the Cornell MOOC on Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom. During this session, we will watch and discuss the videos provided in each week's module. All are welcome to attend (even if you are not participating in this MOOC). 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Tuesday, October 13, 9:40 - 10:40 am / Remote access
Moderator: Jessamyn Neuhaus
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 7: Creating Autonomy
  • Chapter 8: Making Connections

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, October 13, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, October 14, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Wednesday, October 14, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 7: Creating Autonomy
  • Chapter 8: Making Connections

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, October 14, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Thursday, October 15, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Rebecca Mushtare
This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 7: Creating Autonomy
  • Chapter 8: Making Connections

Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom
Monday, October 19, 9:30 - 10:30 am / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This session is for participants in the third Oswego cohort participating in the Cornell MOOC on Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom. During this session, we will watch and discuss the videos provided in each week's module. All are welcome to attend (even if you are not participating in this MOOC). 

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, October 20, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

New Faculty Networking 
Tuesday, October 20, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, October 21, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

New Faculty Networking 
Wednesday, October 21, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom
Monday, October 26, 9:30 - 10:30 am / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This session is for participants in the third Oswego cohort participating in the Cornell MOOC on Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom. During this session, we will watch and discuss the videos provided in each week's module. All are welcome to attend (even if you are not participating in this MOOC). 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Tuesday, October 27, 9:40 - 10:40 am / Remote access
Moderator: Jessamyn Neuhaus
Description:This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 9: Creating Autonomy
  • Conclusion: Finding Inspiration

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, October 27, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, October 28, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Wednesday, October 28, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
Description:This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 9: Creating Autonomy
  • Conclusion: Finding Inspiration

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, October 28, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

Small Teaching Online Reading group meeting
Thursday, October 29, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Rebecca Mushtare
Description:This week, we will be discussing:

  • Chapter 9: Creating Autonomy
  • Conclusion: Finding Inspiration

Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom
Monday, November 2, 9:30 - 10:30 am / Remote access
Moderator: John Kane
This session is for participants in the third Oswego cohort participating in the Cornell MOOC on Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom. During this session, we will watch and discuss the videos provided in each week's module. All are welcome to attend (even if you are not participating in this MOOC). 

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, November 3, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, November 4, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, November 10, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, November 11, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, November 11, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, November 17, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

New Faculty Networking 
Tuesday, November 17, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, November 18, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

Navigating Oswego’s Human Subject Committee (HSC)
Wednesday, November 18, 2:15 - 3:15 / Remote access
Presenters: Michele Thornton and Andrea Vickery
This workshop is designed to provide attendees with a re-introduction to the human subjects committee (also known as SUNY Oswego’s IRB), responsible for overseeing research involving human subjects. You’ll have the opportunity to meet the new chair of HSC and learn how research is continuing even during COVID-19. HSC members will present on topics designed to help you navigate the HSC submission process, sharing resources related to understanding risk, types of review, and reminders about classroom projects.  

New Faculty Networking 
Wednesday, November 18, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

Preparing Effective Materials for Retention, Promotion, and Tenure
Thursday, November 19, 4:15 - 5:30 / Recording
Presenters: Provost Scott Furlong and the Deans of each School and College
In this workshop, Provost Scott Furlong and the Deans of each School and College will discuss the criteria for retention, promotion, and tenure. Best practices in documenting faculty activities will be discussed. (View the Criteria for Faculty Personnel Decisions.) Note: Please update to the current version of Zoom to access the breakout room meetings for your School or College.

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, November 24, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, November 25, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, November 25, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Tuesday, December 1, 1:00 - 2:00 pm / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

CELT/CTS/EL Online Open Office Hours
Wednesday, December 9, 10:30 - 11:30 / Remote access
Representatives of CELT, CTS, and Extended Learning will be available during this time to answer questions associated with the transition to remote instruction (or any other issues associated with effective teaching practices or educational technology).

ACUE Group Meeting
Wednesday, November 11, 4:00-5:00 pm / Remote access
Moderator: Maggie Schmuhl
Informal group meeting for faculty enrolled in the ACUE Certificate in Effective College Instruction program. 

New Faculty Networking 
Tuesday, December 15, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.

New Faculty Networking 
Wednesday, December 16, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / Remote access 
This program is designed to help facilitate the development of supportive networks for new full-time and adjunct faculty across the campus, to supplement the mentoring that occurs within departments. This program is designed to: connect new faculty with a supportive network of peers; open additional avenues for building knowledge about campus resources and expectations; create a safe venue for new faculty to share questions and concerns and receive information and feedback; and to help new faculty be more more successful in their classrooms, in research, and in service to the campus, community, and their professions.

This program will consist of monthly Zoom meetings with breakout room discussions to discuss issues and concerns related to teaching, research, and service. Information from these discussions will be used to structure professional development during the semester and during winter and spring breakout sessions. Discussions will be moderated by experienced faculty that are outside of the regular faculty review process.