Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Professional Development Roundtable with Bruce Sanders and Rick Provine, "Open Access and Scholarship"

DePauw has an Open Access Policy. What does that mean for you? We will discuss what it is, what it isn't, how it works and why its important. Find out how the libraries can assist you to retain your author's rights and enhance the visibility of your work.

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Friday, November 11, 2016

Workshop with Dr. Kathleen Blake Yancey, "Designing Writing for Learning, What's in it for My Discipline and my Students?"

Through this workshop, Yancey, Composition/Rhetoric Teacher/Scholar, will help us contextualize our perspectives in terms of recent writing composition studies/theory and help us think more intentionally about why we do what we do.

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Teaching Faculty Forum with Dr. Kathleen Blake Yancey, "Putting the visual in writing: re-mixing composition."

Join us for Yancey's talk and her workshop later in the day. Her forum presentation addresses how we can help our students develop the suite of communication modalities that are required in different contexts.

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Friday, November 4, 2016

Social Climate Science: A New Vista for Psychological Science

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Why Should We All Be Cultural Psychologists? Lessons from the Study of Social Cognition

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Optomizing Learning in College: Tips From Cognitive Psychology

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GLCA Global Crossroads Grant Information Panel and Luncheon

Last year’s launch of the GLCA Global Crossroads grant program at DePauw is fueling innovative pedagogical and research projects across the disciplines, both on and off campus. To learn more about how this grant can provide funding for your project—and to hear first-hand from a panel of grant awardees about the application process and the kinds of projects that have been funded so far—please plan to attend an information and discussion luncheon about GLCA Global Crossroads grants on Thursday, Nov 10.

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Teaching Roundtable: Taking the Next Steps: Documenting International Student Voices and Strategies for Success (Wilson and Hahn)

After another year of collecting data, we will be discussing the personal strategies that International students say have helped them --using the research strategy of listening to "their own words." We will also identify and describe academic support that they have found helpful and build on our developing list of best teaching practices. Come join our on-going discussion.
 
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