The Adjunct Teaching Excellence Program is delighted to congratulate Michael Furry—the first faculty member to complete ATEP! If you are interested in joining the ATEP, please follow this link to complete a qualtrics survey and a code you can use to enroll in the canvas course. All ATEP programming and requirements are housed in Canvas.
Featured synchronous ATEP programming for the Winter Quarter includes:
“Teaching with Zoom and Kaltura,” December 12, 12–1pm
This webinar will offer ideas for how to effectively use video for teaching, including:
- Getting started with Zoom and Kaltura
- Integrating Zoom and Kaltura into courses
- Using Zoom breakout rooms, advanced poll questions, and whiteboards
- Creating lecture videos in Canvas using Kaltura
- Designing video-based assignments
“Creating Amazing Instructional Videos,” December 15, 12–1pm
Join us for an online workshop on designing instructional videos for students. The workshop offers design principles for instructional videos, alongside technical how-to tips.
- Introduction to instructional video design principles
- Digital storytelling projects
- Recording tips
- Share DU video software options
- Sharing video within Canvas
- How to make sure students are watching and learning from your videos
Part-time Faculty Orientation (synchronous), January 9, 3–4:30pm
To welcome new adjuncts to DU, we’re holding a brief, online orientation. Although most adjuncts learn important policies and expectations from their departments and colleges, this orientation offers a connection to resources at the campus level, as well as a chance to connect with faculty in similar roles.
Tips and Tricks for Part-Time Faculty (synchronous), January 19, 10–11am
Been teaching at DU or elsewhere for a while? Come join the OTL’s instructional designers for a discussion with other part-time faculty about some “tips and tricks” for engaging students, managing workflow, and navigating department politics.
Revisiting or Writing your Teaching Philosophy, AAC 340, February 9, 11–12:30pm
A teaching philosophy can be a useful tool beyond the academic job search or review process (although it’s also helpful for those). Come to this workshop to explore your teaching values now, and practice providing compelling evidence of how these values show up in your classes. The event is open to all faculty and graduate students. Please bring something to write with (paper/laptop, etc.).