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Upcoming Events

CNDLS offers multiple events and workshops on topics like Inclusive Pedagogy, use of technology in teaching, etc. For a full list of events please review the event calendar.


Aug 18

Digital Learning Days
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Digital Learning Days are two-day events that take place at the beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters (typically in August and December/January) that focus on digital tools and pedagogical strategies. Sessions are typically an hour long and focus on practical applications to help faculty prepare for the upcoming semester.Our next Digital Learning Days will be held on August 18th and 19th, 2022. Register & view our schedule!

Aug 26

Main Campus Executive Faculty (MCEF) & CNDLS Town Hall
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us for an MCEF-CNDLS Town Hall on Friday, August 26, 2:30-4 PM. We plan to discuss fall teaching issues, including:public health and masking guidelines in classroomsthe new course evaluation system and pilotthe Learning, Equity, Access and Pedagogy (LEAP) Programsupporting student and faculty wellbeing along with academic excellenceother concerns as we return to campusZoom in formation will be shared soon.

Sep 12

Teaching Circles
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

The first Teaching Circle meetings will begin early/mid-September, 2022. Check back here for scheduling updates! Read more about our Teaching Circles from last semester.What's a Teaching Circle?Teaching Circles serve as a space where faculty can gather to share experiences and discuss what's happening in their classrooms. These recurring, casual meetings are coordinated and facilitated by CNDLS, yet oriented around topics of faculty interest.These circles incorporate the substantive engagement and peer mentorship of a faculty learning community (FLC)—an entirely faculty-arranged and driven model of development—while allowing CNDLS staff to offer resources and guide conversation. Teaching Circles draw on faculty expertise, while relieving faculty of the need to initiate, coordinate, and drive the meetings. Teaching circles are inherently interdisciplinary, creating cross-campus community and intellectual pollination.