Faculty Development

May Institute 2016 - Registrations

Please complete the following application, providing the requested information and clicking submit. If you need additional information about the sessions, please refer to the complete institute program. When you submit your application, you will receive a message that your submission was accepted. You will also receive an e-mail with a copy of your registration. Please retain that for your reference. If you do not receive an e-mail copy of your registration, you are not registered. If that happens, please contact Sandy Schuh at schuhsa@lewisu.edu. Please complete your registration by noon on Friday, May 13.

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*College: 

 CAS
 COB
 COE
 CONHP
 SPCE
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 Adjunct
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 Faculty
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Dietary Restrictions:



SESSIONS: Please select the sessions and meals that you plan to attend .

MONDAY, MAY 16, 2016

I will attend continental breakfast available at 8am.
 
On-campus sessions are scheduled from 9am-11:30am (choose only one):
Session M1: Monday May 16, The Process of Developing, Incorporating, & Teaching Online Courses Into an Existing Face-to-Face Graduate Program: A Workshop for the Technology Terrified, 9am-11:30am - AS155-A
Presenter(s): Dr. Kimberly Duris, Dr. Katherine Helm, Nancy O'Sullivan, & Sue Sollie
 
Session M2: Monday May 16, Reading Across the Curriculum: Interactive Workshop, 9am-11:30am - AS158-A
Presenter(s): Dr. Chris Palmi, Dr. Jung Kim, Dr. Joyce Hayward, & Dr. Deb Augsburger
 
Session M3: Monday May 16, Using Community-Engage Learning to Teach Across the Curriculum: Example of Successful Service Learning with the Warren-Sharpe Community Center, 9am-3pm - Warren-Sharpe Community Center
Presenter(s): Dr. Christie Billups, Laura Wilmarth Tyna, Kay Bolden and service learning faculty
 
I will not attend any session on Monday, May 16 (Note: This will clear all your selection for the day)
 
 

TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2016

I will attend continental breakfast available at 8am.
 
All sessions are scheduled from 9-11:30 am. (choose only one):
Session T1: Tuesday, May 17, Teaching Across Disciplines: Exploring Case Studies with Mathematical Modeling, 9am-11:30am - Academic Building Lab 106A
20 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Dr. Jerry Kavouras, Dr. Sarah Powers, Dr. Jung Kim, and Dr. Ray Klump
 
Session T2: Tuesday, May 17, Best Practices for Evaluating and Providing Feedback for Student Writing, 9am-11:30am - Academic Building Lab AS159-A
21 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Dr. Mark Letcher, Dr. Scott Kerth, and Dr. Mary Woods
 
Session T3: Tuesday, May 17, Assessment Made Easy! Use Blackboard to Collect and Evaluate Evidence Across Sections, Courses or Programs, 9am-11:30am - Academic Building Lab 104A
26 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Dr. Anne Figus, Dr. Anne Rapp & Dr. Teresa Bixby
 
I will not attend any session on Tuesday, May 17 (Note: This will clear all your selection for the day)
 
 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2016

I will attend continental breakfast available at 8am.
 
Keynote session is scheduled from 9am-11:30am:

Session W1: Wednesday, May 18, Keynote Address: Finding the Sweet Spot: What We Know about How Writers Learn to Write and How They Transfer Writing Knowledge and Practice – and What We Need to Know, 9am-11:30am - University Dining Room
Presenter(s): Dr. Kathleen Yancey
 
I will attend the buffet lunch served from 11:30am-12:15pm.
 
Afternoon sessions are scheduled from 12:30pm-3pm (choose only one):

Session W2: Wednesday, May 18, Assignment Design, Genre, and Reflection: Three Keys to Helping Students Write Well, 12:30pm-3pm - Library Media Classroom
30 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Dr. Kathleen Yancey
 

Session W3: Wednesday, May 18, nformation Literacy, Academic Libraries and the Quest for Lifelong Learning OR How We Learned to Love Collaboration and Stopped Hating the Un-Informed Research Paper, 12:30pm-3pm - Library Computer Lab
30 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Panel of Instruction Librarians and Faculty Members
 

Session W4: Wednesday, May 18, Promoting Student Success in Online Coursework, 12:30pm-3pm - Academic Building Lab 104A
26 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Dr. Susan Simonaitis
 
I will not attend any session on Wednesday, May 18 (Note: This will clear all your selection for the day)
 
 

THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016

Faculty Retreat Special Event off-campus from 10am-3pm:
Session R1: Thursday, May 19, Faculty Retreat: The Spirituality of the Lasallian Educator: The Call to Teach II, 10am-3pm - LaSalle Manor Retreat Center in Plano, IL
Presenter(s): DISCOVER Team Members, Office of Mission and Identity, University Ministry, and members of the faculty
 
CATS Post-Institute Sessions – All sessions held in LR 345
Session PI1: Thursday, May 19, Using Technology Tools to Help Manage Your Teaching, 9am-10:15am - LR345
Presenter(s): Dr. Jason Keleher, Dr. Dan Kissel, Dr. Ryan Hooper & Sue Sollie
 
Session PI2: Thursday, May 19, Introducing VoiceThread, 10:30am-11:30am - LR345
22 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Joe Jirka
 
Session PI3: Thursday, May 19, Introducing Collaborate Ultra Live Classroom, 1pm-2pm - LR345
22 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Sue Sollie & Graesen Arnoff
 
Session PI4: Thursday, May 19, Options for Including Video in Your Courses, 2:15pm-3:30pm - LR345
22 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Graesen Arnoff
 
I will not attend any session on Thursday, May 19 (Note: This will clear all your selection for the day)
 
 

FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2016

Select one session only:

Session PI5: Friday, May 20, Introducing Collaborate Ultra Live Classroom (repeat session), 9am-10am - LR345
22 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Sue Sollie & Graesen Arnoff
 

Session PI6: Friday, May 20, Options for Including Video in Your Courses (repeat session), 9am-10am - LR345
22 seat(s) available

Presenter(s): Graesen Arnoff
 
I will not attend any session on Friday, May 20 (Note: This will clear all your selection for the day)