Faculty Resources

LEAP Resources:

The Birth of LEAP Indiana: An Introduction to AAC&U's Faculty Collaboratives Project by Dr. Susan Albertine, Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Student Success (October 5, 2015)


An Introduction to AAC&U's Quality Collaboratives Initiative by Dr. Terrel Rhodes, Vice President for Quality, Curriculum and Assessment (January 22, 2015)

From a SUNY system Applied Learning Conference in November 2016, a set of video discussion prompts featuring several Faculty Collaboratives participants. The prompts were used to launch an ask-me-anything discussion of applied, experiential, and high-impact learning. The SUNY organizers invited us to share. Thanks to Elise Newkirk, of the SUNY System for organizing this session.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvclh5uFE2cA5jH2yncE9vcIrGsKnBmPZ


Delphi Project on The Changing Faculty and Student Success:

A new toolkit and and earlier reports are available for download at http://adaptingbydesign.thechangingfaculty.org. For more information about the Delphi Project, please visit http://www.thechangingfaculty.org.

CONTACT:

Adrianna Kezar, Ph.D.

kezar@usc.edu

Transparent Assignment Design:

Recording of October 10, 2016 AAC&U/NILOA ZOOM Workshop on Transparent Assignment Design, Featuring Mary-Ann Wilkelmes:

Resources Related to October 4, 2016 - NILOA Online Workshop: Transparent Assignments Promote Equitable Opportunities for Student Success




Additional TILT Resources shared by Dr. Mary-Ann Winkelmes in May, 2017:

Dear Faculty Development Friends,

Thank you very much for your helpful suggestions about sharing materials from the TILT Higher Ed project (Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education).

Over the past 18 months, we have been compiling examples, videos and other resources for you to use and share. These are now available here:

TILT Higher Ed Examples and Resources

https://www.unlv.edu/provost/transparency/tilt-higher-ed-examples-and-resources

Please share these materials broadly with colleagues at your home institutions and beyond. And please send me your further feedback about how to make them more useful and accessible.

I appreciate your input.

Sincerely,

Mary-Ann Winkelmes, University of Nevada, Las Vegas