Event Capsules | August 24, 2020

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Discussion-Based Courses Faculty Working Group

The Faculty Working Group on discussion-based courses consisted of 23 colleagues from 14 disciplines. Led by Lisa Marie Anderson and María Hernández-Ojeda, the group used a Padlet to get to know each other and a Blackboard site to collect, share, and discuss materials. We met on Zoom every Wednesday afternoon from July 15 to August 5.
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News and Announcements | July 28, 2020

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Listening Sessions with Hunter College Librarians

Questions about the Hunter College Libraries? We're here to listen. We know you have lots of questions about access to library services and resources for yourself and your students for the coming semester. We want to hear them. Therefore we invite you to join Hunter College librarians at an upcoming listening session where you can ask questions and discuss your concerns. At these half-hour sessions, Hunter librarians will be available to listen and take note of any questions that arise. We will then use the questions you ask us to develop subsequent faculty-focused workshops and online content intended to address your most pressing questions.
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News and Announcements | July 1, 2020

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Week-Zero Camp

In this adaptation of module-making camp, participants will build an orientation or welcome module for their students. With these “week-zero” materials and activities, students can learn course information or begin to introduce themselves to each other and the instructor before …

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News and Announcements | June 30, 2020

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Summer 2020 Faculty Working Groups

Faculty working groups are cohorts of instructors who meet together to develop their online or hybrid syllabi and activities for Fall 2020 or Spring 2021. Each group will have a different teaching focus and be led by experienced Hunter faculty who will help participants share ideas, problem-solve, and support one another through their syllabus design process. Groups will meet online at least four different times with meetings including a mixture of whole-group discussion, individual consultation, individual work time, and whole-group presentations. At the end of the last group meeting, participants will share their course syllabus and some of the activities they created. Participants who attend all sessions, complete their course syllabus, and present to the group will receive a stipend.
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