Monday, August 08, 2011

Librarians + Faculty + ... Working In Small Groups & Faculty Learning Communities [FLCs]

Tues 1-2PM EDT Frugal Innovation via Small Group Collaboration, TLT Group's 4th Annual Online Symposium   

Guest Presenters from Miami University of Ohio:  Milton Cox (Founder of Faculty Learning Communities), Eric Resnis, Elizabeth SullivanTuesday, August 9, 2011, 1:00 pm (ET) Please complete pre-session survey!  Your answers to these 3 questions about collaboration at your own institution will help shape the Symposium and improve its recommendations, even if you can't attend the Symposium. Check your institution's status here to confirm your membership through an institutional subscription.

You are not alone! Queries and Strategies for Collaborative Change
Continuing August 11 at 1:00 - 2:00pm EST  with Steve Gilbert, President of the TLT Group, and guests
Students + Faculty + ... in Small Mixed Groups, 
and Mixed Inquiry Collaboration 
 Guest Presenters from Elon University: 
Taylor Binnix (Undergraduate), Katie King,  Ben McFadyen
Thursday, August 11, 2011, 1:00 pm (ET)The TLT Group Annual Symposium is a chance to gather with colleagues across a variety of roles - faculty, librarians, faculty developers, administrators -  who are seeking ways to improve teaching, learning with technology in ways that are balanced and support incremental change.
The topic of this year’s Symposium focuses on the use of collaboration by small groups of faculty and academic professionals to improve teaching and learning with technology in specific courses as well as address current major challenges in higher education.
Guest presenters will demonstrate specific kinds of collaboration already being successfully implemented at some institutions:   Student-Faculty, Faculty-Faculty, Faculty-Librarian, Faculty-Faculty Development, and Faculty-Tech. Participants should expect a high level of interaction among and with presenters. We encourage all in higher education - faculty, librarians, faculty developers, administrators - to attend our annual symposium.
We believe that focusing on small, realistic steps will lead to more widespread, long-lasting changes.  We invite you to join us in improving teaching and learning with technology. 

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