Upon request, the Center will arrange to videotape your class to allow you to “see yourself in action” as a teacher. Videotaping is completely confidential; the tapes become your property for your sole use.
In partnership with the Monroe Library, Writing Across the Curriculum, and other faculty support units on campus, the Center offers help—through one-on-one consulting as well as workshops—in all phases of instructional design, including research resources, pedagogy, assignment design, and assessment tools.
The Center is committed not only to encouraging innovation but also to measuring its success—that is, its impact on classroom practices, course design, and student learning.
The Monroe Library's Faculty Innovation Lab (109) is available for faculty who are working on the production or enhancement of instructional materials. In this room, you have access to Mac and PC workstations and a scanner. Software includes Adobe Web Premium Suite, Atlas. ti, Camtasia, Final Cut Pro, and Microsoft Office. Please reserve this space using the online room reseration form on the library's home page, or contact media services.
Several exeptional teaching faculty from across campus are available for anonymous consultations, classroom visits, and other teaching support activities with faculty on any topic related to teaching. Please contact any of the Master Teaching Mentors listed below to schedule a meeting.
Dr. Alice Clark, Music and Fine Arts, firstname.lastname@example.org - 865-3065
Dr. Lawrence Lewis, Psychology, email@example.com - 865-3095
Dr. Mary McCay, English, firstname.lastname@example.org - 865-3389
Dr. Sue Meninno, Sociology, email@example.com - 865-3651
Dr. Cathy Rogers, Mass Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org - 865-3297
Dr. Bob Thomas, Mass Communications, email@example.com - 865-2107
The Faculty Resource Guide is a tool that can be used to access information about various university divisions and key non-academic departments.
Please click here for the Faculty Resource Guide.