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Friday, May 20 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Reception & Resource Fair

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Light appetizers, soda, beer, and wine will be served. View a list of exhibitors who will be on hand to discuss support services and other resources for faculty and instructional staff.


Megan Bernal

Looking to enhance your teaching or research with digital publishing tools? The Library provides a wide array of digital project and publishing support, including the digitization and digital preservation of audio, textual, and image files, open access publishing, online exhibits, and digital project management from start to finish. Stop by our table to find out more and explore past success stories.

Helen Damon-Moore

The Steans Center and the Egan Center welcome the opportunity to connect with you about community-based service learning and community-based research projects in the Chicagoland area. The Steans and Egan centers have relationships with over 400 community-based organizations and we would be happy to help you tap into our other resources--seminars, funding, course support--to develop or revise your community-based course. Help to strengthen Chicago... Read More →
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Lauri Dietz

The University Center for Writing-based Learning (UCWbL) collaborates with instructors to support all their writing-based needs. Stop by to learn more about customized inclass workshops, our Writing Fellows program, and our free copy-editing services for faculty and staff.

Christine Gramlick

Media Production and Training (MPT) advocates for students and collaborates with faculty and university departments in developing a learning environment enriched through effective use of technology in the curriculum. Information Services (IS) offers a broad range of technology services designed to meet the hardware, software, network infrastructure, telecommunications, adn technical support needs of DePaul students, faculty, and staff.
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Sara Hernandez

Supplemental Instruction (SI) utlizes collaberative learning pedagogy to help students successfully complete historically difficult classes through peer assisted study sessions. Program staff will be available to discuss how SI can serve as a resource for your students by helping them identify effective study strategies for their course.

Judy Melgarejo

The Division of Student Affiars will be hosting 3 booths which will highlight the many resources available to DePaul faculty, staff, and students.  | | Advocacy and Support  | The Center for Students with Disabilities coordinates DePaul University's provision of accommodations and other services to students with documented disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act... Read More →
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Kristen Pengelly

Assistant Director, Marketing, DePaul University
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Mark Potosnak

Scientific Inquiry Domain
Starting this academic year, first-year students have a new requirement within the Scientific Inquiry Domain: Science as a Way of Knowing. As this requirement covers more students over the next three years, there will be an increasing need for faculty to propose and teach SWK courses. Learn about the new SWK learning outcomes, and how you can combine your scientific content knowledge with best practices in science pedagogy.

Eric Schwabe

Members of the Society of Vincent DePaul Professors’ SoTL committee will help interested attendees formulate SoTL research questions relevant to their teaching activities. Tools from Bishop-Clark and Dietz-Uhler’s “Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning” will be available to illustrate the steps of a well-structured SoTL study and to help attendees identify an SoTL research question of interest and outline... Read More →
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Erin Sella

DePaul University
Are you hoping to reinvigorate your teaching, identify best practices, or explore new approaches? Consider joining the Teaching and Learning Certificate Program (TLCP), a community where DePaul faculty and instructional staff share, discuss, and evaluate teaching strategies. Stop by the table to find out more about the program and explore past participants' teaching portfolios

Daniel Stanford

Are you interested in adding global perspectives to your courses or enhancing your teaching with technology? Get answers from Faculty Instructional Technology Services (FITS) about a variety of instructional technology initiatives, including mobile learning, online and hybrid course design, flipped classrooms, and global learning experiences.
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Jen Sweet

Associate Director, Office for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, DePaul University

Friday May 20, 2016 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Room 314 AB 2250 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60614