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Speaker: Anne-Marie Womack, Director of Writing, English Department, Professor of Practice

In this interactive workshop, Anne-Marie Womack will guide you through the process of making a reader-friendly syllabus. Bring your laptop and syllabus.

CELT Conference Room | 310 Richardson Building

Lunch provided

Speakers: Bobbie Garner-Coffie with Mike Griffith, and David Akirtava

The semester is starting, are you ready to use Canvas? Bring your laptop and get help in real time.

CELT Conference Room | 310 Richardson Building

Lunch provided

Speaker: Luis Behrhorst, Student Employment Manager

Hiring students to help with classes and research can be mutually beneficial, but it’s important that faculty follow proper procedures. Student employees make up the largest percentage of Tulane’s workforce, come learn about what it takes to get your students hired and gain some tips on how to manage them effectively.

CELT Conference Room | 310 Richardson Building

Lunch provided

Pop in for a few minutes.  Meet our staff.  See what CELT has to offer.

CELT | 310 Richardson Building

Refreshments provided

Speakers: Jana Lipman, Associate Professor, History, Chris Rodning, Professor, Anthropology and Rebecca Atencio, Associate Professor, Spanish & Portuguese

Speaker: Shawna Foose, Assisstant Director, Goldman Center for Student Accessibility

Speaker: Bart Everson, Xavier University

Bart Everson is a media artist and faculty developer at Xavier University of Louisiana. Since 2010, he has organized workshops and initiatives to promulgate contemplative practice and pedagogy on campus. His recent work draws on integrative learning, digital activism, and Earth-based spiritual paths. He is a founding member of Friends of Lafitte Greenway and writes a column for Mid-City Messenger.

Informal lunchtime discussion between faculty and students about the research process. We invite faculty to discuss that time your hypothesis was wrong, or you had to start from scratch, or how you even come up with a research idea in the first place.

Cudd Hall Lobby

Speakers: Peer Observers and those who have participated in the program

Peer Observation is the process through which a peer provides thoughtful, informed feedback to a colleague for the purpose of enhancing the quality of that individual’s classroom instruction. The benefits are many, not just for the faculty but for the students as well.  Come hear from both Peer Observers and faculty that have participated in the program.

CELT Conference Room | 310 Richardson Building

Lunch provided

Speakers: Mike Griffith, David Akirtava and Bobbie Garner-Coffie

Did you know that Box and Canvas can be used together to enhance your online resources for students? Bring all your Canvas and Box questions as well as your laptop so you can learn hands-on.

CELT Conference Room | 310 Richardson Building

Lunch provided

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