Location

Online

Start Date

3-3-2021 11:10 AM

End Date

3-3-2021 12:00 PM

Description

In late 2019, a joint working group between the Teaching and Learning and Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities (SRCA) Standing Committees of Senate was struck to explore curriculum-based SRCA across the College with the aim of establishing best practices, identifying needs, and capturing the breadth and depth of SRCA work linked to curriculum. The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic shifted much of our teaching and learning online and created challenges for conducting and supporting SRCA linked to curriculum.

We propose to gather faculty who are actively involved in remote curriculum-based SRCA to take part in a panel discussion about best practices and challenges for conducting and supporting SRCA in the current environment. Given the diverse SRCA interests and work carried out across the College, we want to ensure that all Faculties are represented in our group of faculty panelists. Our intention is to use the ideas and information generated during the panel and Q & A to direct future efforts of the joint working group.

Comments

Moderators: Dr. Jaime Ginter, FHASS Karen Lints, LLS

Panelists: Sirena Liladrie, FAHCS Dr. Shady (Chadi) Hana, PSB Myles Bartlett, FAAD Dr. Kirsten Madsen, FHASS Anita Usas Neving, FAST

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Mar 3rd, 11:10 AM Mar 3rd, 12:00 PM

Curriculum-Based SRCA in the Time of COVID-19 (Panel Session)

Online

In late 2019, a joint working group between the Teaching and Learning and Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities (SRCA) Standing Committees of Senate was struck to explore curriculum-based SRCA across the College with the aim of establishing best practices, identifying needs, and capturing the breadth and depth of SRCA work linked to curriculum. The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic shifted much of our teaching and learning online and created challenges for conducting and supporting SRCA linked to curriculum.

We propose to gather faculty who are actively involved in remote curriculum-based SRCA to take part in a panel discussion about best practices and challenges for conducting and supporting SRCA in the current environment. Given the diverse SRCA interests and work carried out across the College, we want to ensure that all Faculties are represented in our group of faculty panelists. Our intention is to use the ideas and information generated during the panel and Q & A to direct future efforts of the joint working group.