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UNT Libraries: Designing a New Faculty Led Study Abroad Program at UNT

Designing a New Faculty Led Study Abroad Program at UNT This workshop will go over how Faculty Led Programs operate at the university, the requirements, and how to build a study abroad program based on an existing UNT course. We’ll also discuss the various program models available to faculty when designing a study abroad program. Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020 Time: 3:30-4:30 pm Location: Marquis Hall, Room 107 Facilitator: Kathryn Conrad, Faculty Led Programs Coordinator for the UNT Study... Read more

Team-Based Learning: Enhancing In-Person & Online Courses

Team-Based Learning (TBL) is an evidence-based teaching strategy that encourages students to actively engage with the material as they apply it in a variety of contexts. It has been found to increase student retention and can be used in all disciplines. The all-day workshop on Friday, February 7 will be led by Team-Based Learning Collaborative Trainer-Consultant Bruce Leonard, Ph.D and will address two important challenges faculty face when implementing active learning and/or TBL. The first... Read more

UNT-International Upcoming Dates

Getting Engaged Internationally Workshop: Learn about global engagement opportunities, such as hosting international scholars, leading study abroad programs, developing partnerships, and more. November 14, 2019 2:00 pm Marquis Hall, 130 Fulbright Friday: Learn about the Fulbright Scholar and Specialist programs. November 15, 2019 11:00 am Marquis Hall, 107 International Education Week: Promote the benefits of international education and exchange through this joint initiative by... Read more

Events from CLEAR

November 21: Teaching Excellence Online Panel CLEAR will host a panel of UNT’s best online educators and winners of the university Outstanding Online Teacher & Course award who will discuss creating, maintaining, and facilitating interactive online courses that motivate students. Our panelists will share their top tips, tricks, and techniques for organizing online courses and engaging online students. To register, see the event page.

SPOT Evaluations

Student Perceptions of Teaching (SPOT) is the student evaluation system for UNT, and allows students the ability to confidentially provide constructive feedback to their instructor and department to improve the quality of student experiences in the course.  SPOT opens on November 18 and closes on December 5.  The faculty portal can be located at https://unt.iasystem.org/faculty.  The portal allows faculty to add their own questions to their course evaluations, pull past term... Read more

UNT International Upcoming Dates

Study Abroad Expo: Encourage your students to attend UNT’s study abroad expo October 23, 2019, 3:00 pm Marquis Hall, 130   Fulbright Friday: Learn about the Fulbright Scholar and Specialist programs October 25, 2019, 2:00 pm Marquis Hall, 107

Events from CLEAR

Canvas 101 October 17, 4:40-5:30pm SSB 102 This workshop will provide you with tips, tricks, and techniques to get you started (and keep you going) in Canvas.   Accessibility Lunch & Learn October 18, 12:00-2:00pm SSB 105 Join us for our Lunch & Learn Series, giving you some answers to many of the “why” questions regarding accessibility. Each Lunch & Learn is followed by a Q&A Hour, where CLEAR staff will be available to address the “how-to”... Read more

UNT-International Upcoming Dates

September Designing a New Faculty Led Study Abroad Program Learn about faculty-led study abroad programs and how to submit a proposal September 25, 2019, 4:00 pm, Marquis Hall, 215 October Fulbright Friday Learn about the Fulbright Scholar and Specialist programs October 25, 2019, 2:00 pm, Marquis Hall, 107 November Getting Engaged Internationally Workshop Learn about global engagement opportunities, such as hosting international scholars... Read more

Key Reminders for the Semester

Here are just a few items that you need to have on your radar: Posting of syllabus: Faculty Information System – CV profile and course syllabus must be loaded into this system the first week of classes. Faculty who need assistance with or additional training in FIS should contact faculty.info@unt.edu. Dropping Classes and Assigning Grades If a student wishes to drop your class, here is some important information. All dropped courses will result in a grade of “W.” Students will no... Read more

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