Welcome to Hunter’s faculty development center

  • Use technology to support teaching and learning
    Discover new approaches to teaching


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    Hunter librarians can work with faculty and students throughout the semester, attending classes and assisting students in less traditional ways.
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    Reflections on the award-winning video "Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding," which illustrates John Biggs' theory of "constructive alignment."
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    If you are thinking about incorporating online conferencing tools in your class, you may be wondering how to use these tools effectively. Here are some questions to consider.
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  • autumn-leavesOur fall semester programming starts next Tuesday, September 29, with a Lunchtime Seminar on "week zero and ice-breakers." Other highlights are our Assessment Breakfast series and two Teaching Scholarship Circles.
  • donna-nickitasDonna Nickitas, one of ACERT's 2015-2016 Faculty Fellows, was awarded the Mary Adelaide Nutting Award for Outstanding Teaching or Leadership in Nursing Education, one of nursing’s highest honors.
  • compass-rose-303605_1280Building or refreshing an online or hybrid course? Explore strategies and tools that will help you organize and design your courses, utilizing a range of technologies to support your teaching goals.
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The scholarship of teaching and learning

Research on teaching can be turned into publications. In this session, a panel of faculty will share their experience/journey/learning about doing research on their pedagogy.

Publishing research on your pedagogy

A unique opportunity to be coached and to work through the design and drafting of a research manuscript on instructional practices and innovations you’ve experimented with in course teaching. We will begin in October and meet six times, once per month from October – April. We will engage in peer-review and target a specific journal for our piece in progress.

Embedding a librarian in your class

This session will focus different approaches to “embedding” a librarian in a course, focusing on the experiences of three faculty/librarian pairs.

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