Additional Guidance for Annual Reviews

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Writing a Covid Impact Statement

Understanding and Creating a COVID-19 Impact Statement offers a broad overview of COVID-19 Impact Statements, the rationale, and some framing questions for faculty to consider as they write or interpret these statements. (PDF)

How to Write a COVID-19 Impact Statement in One Hour is a practical guidance tool that faculty could use to actually write such a statement, and provides a table of the sorts of impacts they might choose to document. While faculty are encouraged to block off a concrete amount of time for this statement to avoid overwork, an hour is likely shorter than some (and longer than others) will need for this documentation work. (PDF)

Workshop: “Preparing for Reviews in Light of Covid-19 Impacts Faculty Workshop: October 22nd 9:00 to 10:30 am

This workshop will include prompts and support for both Covid-19 Impact Statements and Teaching Reflection Statements. This is a working session, with plenty of time to draft or create an outline of one or both statements. Participants can choose to work on one or both statements, and will have breakout rooms with faculty facilitators dedicated to different ranks, series or writing tasks. Register here for zoom link:

Demonstrating Teaching Effectiveness

Documenting Teaching Effectiveness in a Reflection on Teaching , Leslie Cramblet Alvarez & Jared Del Rosso, co-chairs of the Teaching Excellence Task Force offer frameworks, literature, and other ideas for reflecting on teaching to supplement or replace student evaluations of teaching (CTEs) (PDF)

Statements to External Reviews

Please see the Faculty Senate & Provost approved statement to external reviewers (PDF) (Word Doc)