Professional Development Activities & Resources Database

The Staff Resource Center offers professional development through a variety of resources.  This database provides a compilation of these resources in multiple types.

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    • You're the SLO Reporter--What Do You Do? - Fall 2014 Flex

      Flex/PD - Fall
      August 21, 2014. Presented by SLOAC Committee Members. Featuring the latest updates on reporting course & student services unit student learning outcomes (SLOs). For faculty & student services staff who have volunteered to serve as SLO reporters for an instructional dept or student services unit.
    • Your Future Starts Here. Or Here. Or Here.

      Articles and Publications
      To sell themselves, colleges try to stand out. But often, their marketing efforts look practically identical.
    • Your Online Course Usability - 10 Ways to Kick it Up a Notch (Webinar)

      Flex/PD - Online
      Participate in this fun and upbeat webinar hosted by Rechelle and Katie for an idea sharing session on how to implement Universal Design for Learning principles in your online course.
    • Your Students, Our Students, Everyone’s Students (Discussion & Student Panel)

      Flex/PD - Fall
      We will discuss the many facets of our students. DSPS and C2C supports will be described. A panel of students will discuss what helps and what hinders their success in the classroom.
    • You’re Asking the Wrong Question

      Articles and Publications
      You’re asking the wrong question. No, seriously, you’re probably asking the wrong question. Yeah, that’s a pretty bold statement. But I’ve read tens of thousands of questions meant to prompt discussions in online course rooms, and the odds are I am right.
    • You’re Going to Want to Write This Down

      Articles and Publications
      On a more-or-less regular basis, I find myself looking for something that I’ve written about in the newsletter or blog, which I only vaguely remember. Inevitably, my search leads me to something else that I’ve completely forgotten… and it is such a good idea or such an interesting finding. How could I have forgotten it? I kick myself, and resolve to work harder to remember this good stuff.