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EVOLVING BEYOND CRISIS–CONNECTING TO THE FUTURE

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Francine Glazer (she / her)

New York Institute of Technology
Associate Provost for Educational Innovation & Director, CTL; President, POD Network
New York Inst of Technology

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Monday, October 25
 

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A repository for SoTL support On DemandJanel Seeley • Devshika Bose • Laura Lukes • Chris Kilgore • Sharon Ultsch • Elina Salminen A Workflow for Rapid, Collaborative Design of Online Project-Based Courses On DemandMary C. English • Laurie Poklop Blending Asynchronous and Synchronous Programming to Optimize a Virtual Collaborative On DemandErica Jansen • Jamie Els • Amber Dailey-Hebert Campus Communities Encounter Themselves: Organizational Change through Photographs On DemandCassandra Volpe Horii • Martin Springborg Connecting to the Future: Resources for Adjunct Faculty Support Systems On DemandReba Wissner • Patricia Guillen • Liz Cummins • Kristin Morley • Sarah Oliver • Douglas Jerolimov Embodying Anti-Racist Pedagogy Through Mindfulness and Contemplative Practices On DemandAlexia Ferracuti Giving Students a Say: Collaborative Development of Student Engagement Policies On DemandKatie Walsh • Deanna Matthews Leveraging lessons learned and relearned during COVID-19 for the future On DemandAshley Montgomery • Tracy Bartholomew • Melissa Eblen-Zayas • Lew Ludwig Make them WANT to Go Virtual: Making Online Sessions Engaging On DemandDigital Resources & Innovation Committee (POD) • German E. Vargas Ramos • Josie Baudier • Laura Baecher • Lindsay Doukopoulos Meaningful Faculty Feedback: Using Kirkpatrick's Levels to Evaluate Faculty Development On DemandNicole Frank Pathways to POD Leadership: Engaging with the POD Strategic Plan On DemandCarol A. Hurney • Elizabeth Luoma (she/her) Personalities, perspectives, and politics: the cultural work of curriculum redesign On DemandJessica Taggart • Lynn Mandeltort • Elizabeth Dickens Promoting Trauma and Resiliency Informed Teaching and Learning Practices On DemandKrysten Gorrivan • Marc Ebenfield • Arabella Perez • Lane Clarke • Christina Leclerc • Anuja Doshi Researching the Resilient CDI: Pandemic Lessons and Opportunities On DemandEric Kaldor • Adriana Streifer • Kimberly Fournier • Maggie Vecchione • Melissa Kane • Carl S. Moore Rippling Out: Faculty Learning Community Fellows as Critical Change Agents On DemandPaula Rees • Kirsten Helmer • Neena Thota • Jonique R. Childs Strategic Assessment: Evaluating Program Outcomes using Instructional Artifacts On DemandMegan Mittelstadt (she/her) • Alice Hunt The Learning College: Continuous Improvement through a Curriculum Review Process On DemandDerek Thurber • Karen Bossen Understanding and enhancing organizational resilience in academic support units On DemandDonna E. Ellis • Veronica Stephenson Working Together with What We Have: Assessment Techniques for Resilience On DemandCaitlin Declercq • Melissa Wright • Abby Schroering Not another survey!: Gathering Evidence of Co-Curricular and Transdisciplinary Learning On DemandSuzanne Horwitz • Katherine Simeon Right-Sizing Faculty Development to Spur Adoption of Targeted Teaching Practices On DemandKim Calebs

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