Our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) is off to a great start!
Posts By: Theresa Schlafly
Congratulations to longtime CNDLS collaborator Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy), who has been named Director of the Doctor of Liberal Studies Program.
The following are conferences in the DC area that may be of interest to Georgetown faculty.
This week, an article co-written by Daryl Nardick and Leanne McWatters, in collaboration with David M. Levy (University of Washington) and Jeanine Turner (Communication, Culture, and Technology), was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Matthew Carnes, S.J., was recently honored with the 2011 Dorothy Brown award, presented by Georgetown students to the faculty member who has had the greatest impact on their educational experience.
We are pleased to announce the participants for this summer’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TLT) workshops. These faculty members will meet for three days in May and June to explore various ways to address teaching challenges using technology, with the support of staff members from CNDLS, the Gelardin New Media Center, and Lauinger Library.
This Thursday, Andrew Miller, a participant in the Apprenticeship in Teaching Program, will offer a brief session on the use of PowerPoint in the classroom. All are welcome to attend.
A project started by two students in an Engelhard course is blossoming into an on-campus farmers’ market, The Hoya recently reported.
CNDLS is pleased to announce that Mark Sample, Assistant Professor in the Department of English at George Mason University, will join CNDLS this summer as a visiting scholar.
As Georgetown looks to adopt a university-wide solution for lecture capture and synchronous communication, faculty are invited to attend presentations about different software tools on April 11 and 13.