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Course Evals have begun for Spring 2017!

Spring Data will be released to faculty in June. Deadline May 18th. Please take the time to encourage your students to contribute evaluations for all of the courses.  Course evaluations are an essential aspect of our assessment activities. Professors asking students to evaluate has been the most effective method by a large margin. There are several ways to encourage your students to fill out their evaluations. Incent
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Call for participation: Adjunct Teaching Task Force 2017

An opportunity for adjunct faculty to help improve teaching resources at Queens College.
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Theatre Techniques to Improve your Teaching, Fall 2017

A mini-course on theatre techniques and their applicability to teaching.
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Queens Memory Event: Sunday April 23, 2017

An afternoon of story-telling and creativity at the Queens Museum.
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The Fulbright Scholar Experience, March 30, 2017

The Center for Teaching & Learning cordially invites you to learn more about the Fulbright Scholar Experience with Fulbright Scholars, Dr. Amy Werbel and Dr. Nur Uddin Ahamad.
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The Fabric of Cultures: Objects, Memory, Technology, May 4, 2017

Presentations will investigate the power of the materiality of texts and fabrics.
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Wiki-Women’s Edit-a-thon, March 29

version 1 by Nohat (concept by Paullusmagnus); Wikimedia. (CC BY-SA 3.0)   This Women’s History Month, please join us for the Wiki-Women’s Edit-a-thon! We will be editing and creating articles on women, especially women of color, and particularly women in dance, literature, film, music, and the visual arts. Beginners are welcome! We will provide: An introduction to editing Wikipedia Suggested information resourc
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Crucial Conversations in the Classroom: Sharing Good Practices, March 24, 2017

Share your approaches to transforming crucial conversations that arise in your classroom.
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Workshop: Open Educational Resources (OER), March 8, 2017

Would your students like to save money on textbooks? Consider a zero-textbook course and use Open Educational Resources.
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