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Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation

Events: Workshops, Panels, Webinars, Discussions, Teleseminars, and Presentations

Group(s) identified received announcements/invitations. Duration: One hour to two days.

Upcoming events designated for the "entire faculty and graduate students" are listed for registration at http://www.clemson.edu/OTEI/eventreg/ unless otherwise indicated. Events are organized by date in reverse chronology, and all Clemson employees and graduate students may register at this site. Log in with your Clemson computer ID, scroll down to the date, and click on an event you are interested in attending. You can then read a description of it and decide whether or not to enroll. Other people who would like to attend an event or to request more information should e-mail Dr. Linda B. Nilson at nilson@clemson.edu. Recorded workshops (available only to the Clemson University community) are listed at the end.

Teaching Compressed Summer Courses Well, online tutorial/presentation researched ( see bibliography) and written by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Available online from May 2, 2011-Present. Recommended for all instructors teaching a minimester or summer session course. 

Access to over 150 Magna recorded online seminars (50-90 minutes). Directions for the Clemson community: 1. Go to www.magnacommons.com. 2. Enter your “clemson.edu” email address & password where prompted. If you do not know your password, or if you have not been to the Magna Publications web site before, your account has already been created for you. Please select “Forget your Password?” to reset the account password. The email that will be sent to you will come from Magna Publications, with a subject line of “Magna Publications Password Assistance”. Click the link in the email to reset the password. 3. Navigate to www.magnacommons.com. Log in and select the seminar you wish to view from the Seminar Library.

Access to over 100 Magna 20 Minute Mentor recorded presentations. Directions for the Clemson community: 1. Go to www.mentorcommons.com. 2. Enter your email address & password where prompted. If you do not know your password, or if you have not been to the Magna Publications web site before, your account has already been created for you. Please select “Forget your Password?” to reset the account password. The email that will be sent to you will come from Magna Publications, with a subject line of “Magna Publications Password Assistance”. Click the link in the email to reset the password. 3. Navigate to www.mentorcommons.com. Log in and select the presentation you wish to view from the Mentor Library.

Free membership in the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, which include benefits such as The Monday Motivator (weekly email with productivity tips), monthly productivity workshops, monthly faculty development workshops by guest experts, multi-week courses, and monthly mentor matches. Directions for the Clemson community: 1. Go to www.FacultyDiversity.org. 2. Select the “Become a Member” tab and choose “Individual Membership.” 3. On the Individual Membership page select “Join Now.” 4. On the “Select Your Member Type” page, select “Institutional Sub-Account.” 5. On the “Select a Username” page, use your Clemson e-mail address in the Username box. 6. Complete the registration process.

Access to over 300 recorded Starlink webinars. Directions for the Clemson community: Register with Starlink by going to www.starlinktraining.org, clicking on MEMBERSHIP (third tab from left on banner), and creating an individual account using your Clemson email address and a password of your choice. You will receive an email confirmation from Starlink. You need do this only the first time you want access. Then go back to www.starlinktraining.org, log into your individual account, and click on ELIBRARY. Call 972-669-6502 with any technological issues. Go to http://youtu.be/W86ppfH94PI for log-in and video program instructions and http://youtu.be/ARFQJAHPQo for log-in and course module training, which is a new training platform. 

Plus, free access to:

Fall 2014

The New Science of Learning: How to Learn in Harmony With Your Brain, conducted by Dr. Todd Zakrajsek, Executive Director of the Academy of Educators in the School of Medicine and Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill. Monday, December 15, 1:00-3:45 p.m., 118 Academic Success Center All faculty and graduate students.

Motivating and Engaging Your Students: Strategies for Teaching From the Psychology of Learning, , conducted by Dr. Todd Zakrajsek, Executive Director of the Academy of Educators in the School of Medicine and Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill. Monday, December 15, 9:00-11:45 a.m., 118 Academic Success Center All faculty and graduate students.

Developing an Academic Support Network, presented by Dr. Moira Killoran, Director of Academic Coaching, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, November 20, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/XoCdns New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Selecting a Research Design that Aligns with Your Research Question, presented by Dr. Cliff Butler, Dissertation Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, November 13, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/gQuqdt New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Understanding Copyright, Ownership & Fair Use In The Online Classroom, recorded webinar presented by Thomas J. Tobin, PhD, MSLS, PMP, is the Coordinator of Learning Technologies for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Northeastern Illinois University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Monday, November 11, 2014-November 5, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

How to Observe and Evaluate Faculty in the Online Classroom, recorded webinar presented by Thomas J. Tobin, PhD, MSLS, PMP, is the Coordinator of Learning Technologies for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Northeastern Illinois University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, November 11, 2014-October 29, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Writing an Academic Book Proposal, presented by Dr. Amy Benson Brown, ACW Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, November 6, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/WfhkQE  – New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

How OTEI Can Serve You, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Wednesday, October 29, 12:00-1:00 p.m., 100A Riggs - New CES faculty (Brown bag).  

How to Increase Retention, Satisfaction, and Performance in the Online Classroom, recorded webinar presented by Thomas J. Tobin, PhD, MSLS, PMP, is the Coordinator of Learning Technologies for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Northeastern Illinois University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Monday, October 27, 2014-October 15, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Getting in Sync With Your Tenure Clock, presented by Dr. Moira Killoran, Director of Academic Coaching, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, October 23, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/FKbJe4   New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

The Review of Literature: Finding Your Way Out of the Literature Fog, presented by Dr. Abigail Scheg, academic writing coach, researcher and scholar in the areas of composition and online education  and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, October 16, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/mWfQmg New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Designing Your Online Presence to Promote Your Academic Persona, presented by Dr. Lee Skallerup Bessette, an accomplished blogger and social media advisor, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, October 15, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/TTOqYJ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Scholarship Made Easier: Best Practices for Writing and Publishing, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday, October 13, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 205 Health Sciences Education Bldg., USC Medical School, Greenville Health Center – Graduate nursing students in Richard Wilson's research class in the Nurse Anesthesia Program.

The Video Advantage: Best Practices for Creating Videos, co-conducted by Kyle Anderson, lecturer in Accounting and Finance, and Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, October 10, 2:00-4:00 p.m., 214 Brackett Entire faculty and graduate students.

The Myth of Time Management: Why You Work So Hard and Still Feel Like You’re Not Getting Anywhere, teleseminar presented and produced by Erin Mecseji, PCC, CPCC, Leadership and Personal Coach, Encompass Coaching and Consulting. Live Thursday, October 2, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://tinyurl.com/The-Myth-of-Time-Management/ or http://www.encompass-coaching.com/myth-of-time-management/ Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Conducting an Academic Job Search with Clarity, Positivity, and Resilience, presented by Dr. Paula Thompson, Academic Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, October 1, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/cxKM2I   New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

e-Assessment for All: From Rhetoric to Realities, webinar presented by Abi James, Chair British Dyslexia Association, Consultant Assistive Learning, UK; Alistair McNaught, Senior Advisor, Jisc TechDis, UK; and Paul Nisbet, Senior Research Fellow and Joint Coordinator, CALL Scotland, and produced by Transforming Assessment. Recorded Wednesday, October 1. Register at http://bit.ly/webinar1oct2014 Entire faculty and graduate students.

Strategies for Student Ownership in Learning, recorded webinar presented by various academics and produced by Starlink. Available for viewing 24/7 at www.starlinktraining.org from Wednesday, October 1 on – All faculty and graduate students.

Teaching Students to Learn: Metacognition is the Key, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Saundra Yancy McGuire, Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Learning, Teaching and Retention, Louisiana State University, and Fellow of both the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the American Chemical Society, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, September 30, 2014-September 22, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday, September 29, 2:00-3:30 p.m., Student Senate Chambers, Edgar Brown University Union. Register at http://grad.clemson.edu/events/ – Graduate students. Co-sponsored with the Graduate School Professional Development Program.

Managing the Imposter Syndrome in Academia: How to Overcome Self-Doubt, presented by Dr. Moira Killoran, Director of Academic Coaching, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, September 25, Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/egXsJP   New and near-new faculty and graduate students. 

The Quest for Critical Thinking, live webinar presented by Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, editors, and produced Inside Higher Ed. Tuesday, September 23, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording) – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Student Motivation: Practical Strategies That Will Increase Engagement, Learning, and Persistence, recorded webinar presented by Professor Steve Piscitelli, Florida State College at Jacksonville, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, September 23, 2014-September 15, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Reflective Judgment: Teaching Students to Think Critically in a Time of Information Overload, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Adam Peck, Dean of Student Affairs and adjunct faculty of Communication and Contemporary Culture, Stephen F. Austin State University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, September 23, 2014-September 10, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Scholarship Made Easier: Best Practices for Writing and Publishing, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, September 23, 12:10-1:00 p.m., 51 Support Tower Bldg., Greenville Health Center. Part of the Research Education Series – Clinicians, post docs, residents, research nurses, research coordinators, and research administrators from varied disciplines/clinical departments.

Everything You Wanted to Know about Completing Your Projects, free teleseminar presented and produced by Dr. Meggin McIntish, Emmphasis on Excellence, Inc. Live Friday, September 19, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://completingyourprojects.com/ - Entire faculty and graduate students.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Friday, September 19, 1:00-2:15 p.m., B-105 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students. Cosponsored with University Libraries.

Ten Years of e-Exams at Freie Universität Berlin: an Overview. Online session presented by Dr. Alexander Schulz & Dr. Nicolas Apostolopoulos, Free University Berlin, Germany and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Friday, September 19, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Open source safe exam browser for BYOD e-exams. Online session presented by Dr. Daniel R. Schneider and Dr. Tobias Halbherr, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Thursday, September 18, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

The Dissertation Proposal: Putting the Pieces Together, presented by Dr. Kat Malinsky, Dissertation Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, September 18, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/s3Ag12  New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Academic Branding: Improving Your Visibility, Network, and Career Opportunities, presented by Dr. Paula Thompson, Academic Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, September 17, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/vgv4fy - New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Radio EDUtalk session. Online session presented by John Johnston and David Noble and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Wednesday, September 17, GMT 19:00-20:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Gamification of Clickers with BYOD. Online session presented by Dr. Paul Lam, Chinese University of Hong Kong and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Wednesday, September 17, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Friday, September 16, 1:00-2:15 p.m., B-105 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students. Cosponsored with University Libraries.  

eOSCE - Robust real time electronic marking for clinical examinations. Online session presented by Dr. Sebastian Hunkeler and Dr. Philippe Zimmermann, Institute of Medical Education, University of Berne, Switzerland and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Tuesday, September 16, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Finland's national matriculation exams goes electronic. Online session presented by Dr. Matti Lattu, Finnish Matriculation Examination Board, Finland and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Friday, September 12, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Journal Article: How to Move from Evidence to Augument, presented by Dr. Amy Benson Brown, ACW Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, September 11, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/OXzNSj New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Live online exams at scale: Robust network infrastructure. Online session presented by Dr. Rob Peregoodoff, University of British Columbia, Canada and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Thursday, September 11, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Radio EDUtalk session. Online session presented by John Johnston and David Noble and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Wednesday, September 10, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Bring-your-own-laptop e-exam for a large class at NUS. Online session presented by Dr. Seow Teck Keong and Dr. Jeffery Tay, National University of Singapore and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Wednesday, September 10, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

BYOD on campus e-exams at UTAS. Online session presented by Dr. Andrew Fluck, University of Tasmania, Australia and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Monday, September 8, GMT 07:00-08:00. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://www.transformingassessment.com/moodle/calendar/view.php?view=upcoming – Entire faculty and graduate students.

UDL (Universal Design for Learning) Myths and Misconceptions, free webinar produced by CAST. Monday, September 8, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1729422/UDL-Myths-and-Misconceptions – All faculty.

Innovations in Instructional Technology: The Video Advantage and What’s Ahead, presented by Charles Watt, Clemson University alumnus and benefactor; H. Kyle Anderson, CGMA, CMA, CPA, Lecturer, School of Accounting & Finance; Tim Howard, IT Efficiency and Service Management and Digital Resource Library (DRL) Project Director; Dr. Witt Salley, Director, Clemson Online; Dr. Lori Tanner, Director of Education, Outreach, & Workforce Development, Center of Excellence for Next Generation Computing. Friday, September 5, 2:00-4:00 p.m., 118 Academic Support Center – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with the Watt Family Innovation Center, Clemson Online, CCIT, and CBBS.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, September 4, 6:00-8:00 p.m. – Graduate students in Dr. Roxanne Amerson's course, NURS 828: Nursing Education, University Center of Greenville.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Tuesday, September 4, 9:00-10:15 a.m., B-106 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students. Cosponsored with University Libraries.

Your Teaching Portfolio, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, September 2, 2:00-3:00 p.m., Student Senate Chambers, Edgar Brown University Union. Register at http://grad.clemson.edu/events/ – Graduate students. Co-sponsored with the Graduate School Professional Development Program.

Fall 2014 Writing Group, led by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday meetings (7) at 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. on September 1, 15, and 29, October 13 and 27, and November 10 and 24, 234 Brackett   Entire faculty and graduate students.

Curriculum and Assessment Strategies to Improve Student Success, recorded webinar presented by various academics and produced by Starlink. Available for viewing 24/7 at www.starlinktraining.org Monday, September 1 – All faculty and graduate students.

Transforming Instruction and Enhancing Learning with Interactive Open Educational Resources, presented by John D. Shank, Head of the Boscov-Lakin Information Commons and Thun Library, Penn State Berks, and produced by Wiley Learning Institute. Live Thursday, August 21, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://wileylearninginstitute.com/community/groups/transforming-instruction-enhancing-learning-with-interactive-open-educational-resources-ioers/?elq_mid=1827&elq_cid=242126&elq=6d91b5166ce34cf7bb57b9cc7b7b7dd6&elqCampaignId=1251 – All faculty and graduate students.   

Using Brief Interventions to Maximize Student Learning, presented by Dr. James M. Lang, Associate Professor of English and the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence, Assumption College, and produced by Magna Publications. Live Tuesday, August 19, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern, plus access to recording August 20-September 18 at http://www.magnapubs.com/handouts/?cid=1235 – All faculty and graduate students.  

File and Find Your Stuff Using the Paper Tiger System, free webinar produced and conducted by Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D., Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Monday, August 18, 12:00-1:30 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://www.meggin.com/classes/upcoming-public-classes/paper-tiger/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Summer 2014     

New Faculty Orientation Talks on OTEI Services and Resources, presented by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, August 15:
College of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 9:00-10:00 a.m., 382 Sirrine 
College of Health, Education, and Human Development and the Eugene T. Moore School of Education, 10:30-10:50 a.m., 201 Edwards
College of Arts, Architecture, and the Humanities, 11:15-11:30 a.m., Madren Center Meeting Rooms 1 and 2

Finding and Focusing Your Dissertation Topic: Setting Out on Your Dissertation Journey, presented by Dr. Kat Malinsky, Dissertation Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, August 14, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://goo.gl/4pQB4i – New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Planning on Academic Success, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, August 14, 1:30-2:00 p.m., 309 Cooper Library – New IFCS Ph.D. students.

Grading Speeches Fairly and Consistently, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Wednesday, August 13, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 204B Edwards – Communication Studies Graduate Teaching Assistants.

Writing Objective Test Items That Assess Thinking Skills, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, August 12, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Accessing Resources for Better Research Online and in the Classroom: Hints and Tips for You AND Your Students, conducted by Dr. Anne McMahan Grant, Education Reference Librarian and Instruction Coordinator, and Andrew J. Wesolek, Head of Digital Scholarship, Clemson University Libraries. Monday, August 11, 10:00-11:30 a.m., 204 Cooper Library  – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Deciding What Technology to Use in Class: Advice from Cognitive Science, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, August 7, 2:00-4:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Inspiring Your Students to Work toward Excellence, conducted by Dr. Paul Buyer, Professor of Music and Director of Percussion. Wednesday, August 6, 2:00-3:15 p.m., 118 Academic Success Center – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Designing e-Assessment Activities for Online Courses, webinar presented by Dr. Mary Jacob, Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom, and produced by Transforming Assessment, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Wednesday, August 6, 7:00-8:00 a.m. UST/GMT. Register to receive access to the recording; directions at http://bit.ly/webinar6aug2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Measuring Learning: An Alternate Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director, with Dr. Michael Coggeshall, Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Tuesday, August 5, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Teaching and Managing Large Classes, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, July 31, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Generation Me: Defining and Addressing the Effects of Entitlement on Today’s College Campuses, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Aaron W. Hughey, Professor of Counseling and Student Affairs, Western Kentucky University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Friday, July 25, 2014-May 6, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Critical Thinking in the Online Classroom: Instructional Strategies That Work, presented by Dr. B. Jean Mandernach, Research Professor and Director of the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching at Grand Canyon University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Friday, July 25, 2014 -Friday, February 27, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.   

Moving a Classroom-Based Course to Online or Hybrid, recorded webinar presented by Debra Runshe, Instructional Development Specialist, Indiana University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Friday, July 25, 2014-April 30, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

The Review of the Literature: Finding Your Way out of the Literature Fog. Presented by Abigail Scheg, ACW Academic Writing Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, July 24, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/dissertation-doctor/events/the-review-of-literature-finding-your-way-out-of-the-literature-fog/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students. 

Teaching to How the Mind Works, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, July 24, 1:00-4:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Publishing Your Dissertation Research, live webinar presented by Amy Benson Brown, writer, developmental editor, and ACW Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, July 23, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-writing/events/publishing-your-dissertation-research/  New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Getting Your Students to Do – and Comprehend – the Readings, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, July 22, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students

Designing Your Online Presence to Promote Your Academic Persona, live webinar presented by Lee Skallerup Bessette, Academic Branding Consultant, ACW and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, July 17, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/designing-your-online-presence-to-promote-your-academic-persona/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Flipping Your Classroom: What Does It Mean? conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, July 17, 1:00-2:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Course Design and Development Made Easy and Logical, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, July 15, 1:00-4:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Selecting a Research Design That Aligns with Your Research Question, live webinar presented by Cliff Butler, ACW Dissertation Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, July 10, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording). Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/dissertation-doctor/events/selecting-a-research-design-that-aligns-with-your-research-question/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Strategies for Recruiting Students, live webinar presented by Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, editors, and produced Inside Higher Ed. Tuesday, July 8, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern (plus recording) – 63 campus leaders.  

Marketing that Matters: Lessons from a Puffin, teleworkshop presented and produced by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, President, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Tuesday, July 8, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern and Wednesday, July 9, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern (plus recording), $79. Register at: http://www.meggin.com/classes/marketing-that-matters/ – Entire faculty.

National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity membership live and recorded webinars/teleworkshops and multi-week courses, all free because of Clemson University’s institutional membership. Register at www.FacultyDiversity.org  – Entire faculty and graduate students.  
Multi-Week Courses:
Department Chair Intensive: How to Balance Teaching, Research (and Life!) While Transitioning into an Administrative Role. Taught by Julie Artis, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair of Sociology,       DePaul University, Chicago. Tuesdays, July 8, 15, 22, and 29, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Eastern.  
Teaching in No Time: How to Have a Stress-Free Semester. Taught by Chavella Pittman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, Dominican University. Mondays, July 24 and 31, August 7 and 14, 2:00- 3:30 p.m. Eastern.
Live and recorded webinars/teleworkshops:
Every Semester Needs a Plan
Align Your Time with Your Priorities
How to Develop a Daily Writing Practice
Mastering Academic Time Management
Every Summer Needs a Plan
Moving From Resistance to Writing
How to Approach the Academic Job Market after Tenure, presented by DoVeanna S. Fulton, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS), University of Houston-Downtown.
Wednesday, July 16, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Eastern.
The Art of Saying "No," presented by Kerry Ann Rockquemore, Ph.D. Wednesday, July 23, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Eastern.
Collaboration: How to Work with Others without Losing Your Friends or Your Mind Live, presented by David Cook-Martin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology, Grinnell College. Tuesday, August 5,
5:00-6:30 p.m. Eastern.
Cultivating Your Network of Mentors, Sponsors and Collaborators, presented by Kerry Ann  Rockquemore, Ph.D.  Thursday, August 21, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Eastern.
Overcoming Academic Perfectionism
Engaging in Healthy Conflict
Strategies for Dealing with Stress and Rejection
How to Seek (and Get!) Foundation Funding  
Writing Through Writer's Block: How to Turn Research Obstacles into Insight
How to Navigate the Academic Job Market: From Application to Campus Interview
How to Speak to (and Engage!) Non-Academic Audiences 
Moving from Resistance to Writing  …   and more

The Evolving Curriculum: Measuring the Effectiveness of Change, live webinar presented by Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, editors, and produced by Inside Higher Ed. Thursday, June 26, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at https://events-na3.adobeconnect.com/content/connect/c1/1002564123/en/events/event/shared/default_template/event_registration.html?sco-id=1372068177&_charset_=utf-8 – Entire faculty and graduate students.  

How to Integrate Self-Regulated Learning into Your Courses, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director, and produced by Magna Publications. Available for viewing Wednesday, June 25-Thursday, July 24 at http://www.magnapubs.com/handouts/?cid=1185 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Learning Analytics for Large Scale Distance and Online Courses, live webinar presented by Dr. Belinda Tynan, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Learning and Teaching, and Dr. Kevin Mayles, Open University, UK and produced by Transforming Assessment (transformingassessment.com). Wednesday, June 25, 7:00-8:00 a.m. GMT (plus recording). Register at http://bit.ly/webinar25june2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Critical Thinking Seminar: Learning Outcomes, Assessment, and Rubrics, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, June 17, 8:00-11:30 a.m., Madren Center Meeting Rooms III and IV – Part of Clemson Thinks2 Summer Faculty Institute – New 2014 CT ² faculty. Also serving as a consultant to faculty during the entire Institute, June 16, 17, 19, and 20 and August 7.  

Hunks, Chunks, and Bites (or How to Eat an Elephant): Managing Your Small and Large Projects, live webinar presented by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, President, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc., and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, June 4, 3:00-4:15 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/hunks-chunks-and-bites-or-how-to-eat-an-elephant-managing-your-small-large-projects/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Knowing What Students Know and Can Do: The State of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment, live webinar produced by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) and LiveText, Inc.  and presented by Dr. Natasha Jankowski, Assistant Director of NILOA and Research Assistant Professor, Department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Wednesday, June 4, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at https://c1.livetext.com/misk5/formz/public/74532/vc26HMnkXY?&__hssc=&__hstc&hsCtaTracking=1de13829-f4c8-419b-8b6c-c85d43287ddd%7Caebf3a3e-0ca6-4b68-ab3d-01a28e2377e4 or http://info.livetext.com/niloawebinar – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Assessment Decision-Making: How Does Technology Influence (e-)Assessment Design? live webinar presented by Dr. Phillip Dawson, Monash University and Dr. Sue Bennett, University of Wollongong, Australia and produced by Transforming Assessment (transformingassessment.com) live webinar: Wednesday, June  4, 7:00-08:00 a.m. GMT (plus recording). Register at http://bit.ly/webinar4june2014  – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Why Teach Writing: A WAC/WID Webinar, live webinar presented by Dr. Bill Condon, Washington State Univesity, and produced by Excelsior College. Monday, June 2, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/why-teach-writing-tickets-11664411569 - Entire faculty and graduate students.

Award-Winning Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Classroom Instruction, recorded webinars presented by various academics and produced by Starlink. Available for viewing 24/7 at www.starlinktraining.org June 1-30 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, May 27, 4:45-6:45 p.m., 201 Edwards? – Students in Dr. Pamela Havice’s graduate course, EDL 975: College Teaching.

How Academia Messes with Your Mind - Myths & Truths, 12 live, one-to-two-hour teleseminars presented by 12 academic experts and produced by Academic Ladder. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, May 21, 22, and 23; recordings available free for 48 hours. Register at http://academicladder.com/telesummit/ – Untenured faculty and graduate students.

Get Out of Your Own Way: Success Strategies for Maintaining Your Momentum, live teleseminar presented by and sponsored by Erin Mecseji, PCC, CPCC, Leadership and Personal Coach, Encompass Coaching and Consulting. Wednesday, May 21, 1:00-2:15 p.m. Eastern (plus MP3 download). Register at http://tinyurl.com/GetOutofWayClass – Entire faculty and graduate students.

The Myth of Multitasking: An Interview with David Crenshaw, author, speaker, and business coach, live teleseminar presented and produced by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, President, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Wednesday, May 21, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern (plus MP3 download). Register at http://www.meggin.com/classes/upcoming-public-classes/myth-of-multitasking/ – Entire faculty and graduate students

Assessing the Achievement of Student Learning Outcomes in Courses to Measure Teaching Effectiveness, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, May 16, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,  284C Lehotsky – Selected PRTM faculty.

Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) e-Examinations, live webinar presented by Dr. Mathew Hillier, University of Queensland, Australia and Dr. Seow Teck Keong, National University of Singapore and produced by ASCILITE: Thursday, May 15, 7:00-8:00 a.m. GMT (plus recording). Register at http://www.ascilite.org.au/index.php?p=webinars – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Summer Writing Group, led by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Wednesday meetings (7), 10:00-11:00 a.m. on May 14 and 28, 234 Brackett; June 11 and 25, 234 Brackett; July 9, 235 Brackett; July 2, 234 Brackett; and August 6, 235 Brackett – Entire faculty and advanced graduate students.

Generation Me: Defining and Addressing the Effects of Entitlement on Today’s College Campuses, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Aaron W. Hughey, Professor of Counseling and Student Affairs, Western Kentucky University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, May 13-May 6, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Journal Article: Moving from Evidence to Argument, live webinar presented by Amy Benson Brown, writer, developmental editor, and Academic Coaching and Writing Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, May 15, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-writing/events/writing-a-journal-article-how-to-move-from-evidence-to-argument/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

The Peak Performing Professor: A Practical Guide to Productivity and Happiness, conducted by Dr. Susan Robison, psychologist, coach, consultant, and trainer/speaker. Monday, May 12, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (includes lunch), 118 Academic Success Center – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Spring 2014

From Podium to Podcast: How to Flip Your Classroom and Enhance Student Engagement, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Anne Distler, Professor of Chemistry, Cuyahoga Community College, and Dr. Terri Pope, Professor of Biology, Cuyahoga Community College, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Friday, May 9-May 2, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Designing Effective Rubrics for Key Performance Assessments of Student Learning, live webinar presented by Lance J. Tomei, Ed.D., President and Chief Executive Officer of LT Consulting LLC,and produced by LiveText. Wednesday, May 7, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at https://c1.livetext.com/misk5/formz/public/74213/SqmFXA84Xa?&__hssc=&__hstc&hsCtaTracking=74198ccf-8dee-4098-9eef-3031ac93c3bb%7Cd4a69329-5de8-46c3-b999-97ede0e34d58 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Promoting and Assessing Learning Networks: Transitioning Students to an Emergent Professional, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Maarten de Laat, Open University Netherlands, and Shane Dawson, University of South Australia, and sponsored by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University, and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Wednesday, May 7, 3:00-4:00 a.m. Eastern, recorded. Register via email to 'rsvp at transformingassessment.com' with subject line 'rsvp 7 may 2014 webinar' – Entire faculty.

Moving a Classroom-Based Course to Online or Hybrid, recorded webinar presented by Debra Runshe, Instructional Development Specialist, Indiana University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Friday, May 2-April 30, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Getting off to a Quick, Good Start as a New Faculty Member, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday, April 28, 8:30-10:00 a.m., Hendrix Center, Peebles Room – Graduate students in the Clemson Graduate Pathfinder Program.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, April 25, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett. Register at http://grad.clemson.edu/events/ – Graduate students. Co-sponsored with the Graduate School Professional Development Program.

Academic Branding: Improving Your Visibility, Network, and Career Opportunities, presented by Paula Thompsom, Academic Coaching and Writing Academic Coach  and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, April 23, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/academic-branding-improving-your-visibility-network-and-career-opportunities/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Subtracting Obstacles to Multiply Success, Developmental Math: It All Adds Up, presented by Dr. Paul Nolting, Learning Specialist, State College of Florida, Dr. Hunter R. Boylan, Executive Director, National Center for Developmental Education, and Dr. Uri Treisman, Director of the  Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin, and produced by Starlink Training. Available for viewing Tuesday, April 22-May 5, 2020 – Lecturers and graduate students in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Purchased by OTEI.

Effective Strategies to Help Faculty Achieve New Semester Goals and Improve Their Teaching, recorded webinar presented by Professor Steve Piscitelli, Florida State College at Jacksonville, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, April 22-Friday, April 10, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Selecting a Research Design That Aligns with Your Research, Questions, presented by Dr. Cliff Butler, ACW Dissertation Coach, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, April 16, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/dissertation-doctor/events/selecting-a-research-design-that-aligns-with-your-research-question/

Globalization in Higher Education, live webinar presented by Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, editors, Inside Higher Education, and produced by Inside Higher Education. Tuesday, April 15, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at https://events-na3.adobeconnect.com/content/connect/c1/1002564123/en/events/event/shared/default_template/event_registration.html?sco-id=1329971411 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Getting off to a Quick, Good Start as a New Faculty Member, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, April 11, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett. Register at http://grad.clemson.edu/events/ – Graduate students. Co-sponsored with the Graduate School Professional Development Program.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, April 10, 12:30-1:45 p.m., M203 Martin – Graduate students in Dr. Shari Prevost’s Strategies for Successful Teaching in Mathematics at the Post-Secondary Level.

Robust e-Exams: Principles and Practical Examples, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Bill Warburton and Dr. Graham Robinson, University of Southampton, UK, and sponsored by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, RMIT University, and the Teaching and Educational Development Institute, University of Queensland. Available for viewing indefinitely from Tuesday, April 8 on at http://bit.ly/TA3A2014. Access to dozens of previously recorded related webinars at http://www.transformingassessment.com/events_past.php – Entire faculty.

The Student EQ Edge: How Emotional Intelligence Predicts Academic and Personal Success, live webinar presented by Korrel Kanoy, William Peace University and Developmental Associates, and produced by Wiley Learning Institute. Thursday, April 3, 11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://wfn.wiley.com/pg/event_calendar/view/267311?elq_mid=972&elq_cid=242126 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Your Mindful Year: Chaos to Calm One Practice at a Time, live teleseminar presented by Diane Sieg, RN, CYT, CSP and sponsored by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Wednesday, April 2, 12:00-1:15 p.m. Eastern (plus MP3 download). Register at http://www.meggin.com/classes/upcoming-public-classes/mindful-year-diane-sieg/  – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Incorporating Critical Thinking into Your Courses, conducted by Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, March 28, 1:00-2:00 p.m., E-142 Poole – Horticulture faculty.

Driving Student Success: Using Holistic Assessment to Improve Retention and Completion Rates, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Dr. Ross Markle, Senior Research and Assessment Advisor, Educational Testing Service (ETS). Available for viewing Thursday, March 27-Friday, March 20, 2015, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Hunks, Chunks, and Bites (or How to Eat an Elephant): Managing Your Small and Large Projects, live webinar presented by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, President, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc., and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, March 27, 3:00-4:15 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/hunks-chunks-and-bites-or-how-to-eat-an-elephant-managing-your-small-large-projects/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Course Redesign to Improve Student Performance in High Stakes Programs, live webinar presented by Dr. Michael Windelspecht, Appalachian State University, and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Thursday, March 27, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern 63 campus leaders.  

Finding Your Topic: Setting out on Your Dissertation Journey, live webinar presented by Dr. Kat Malinsky, ACW Dissertation Coach and Associate Professor at Argosy University, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Monday, March 24, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/dissertation-doctor/events/finding-your-topic-setting-out-on-your-dissertation-journey/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Writing an Academic Book Proposal, live webinar presented by Amy Benson Brown, writer, developmental editor, and ACW Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, March 20, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-writing/events/writing-an-academic-book-proposal/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students. 

When Students Push Your Buttons: Five Practical Strategies for Faculty to Better Manage Their Reactions, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Dr. Brian Van Brunt, Senior Vice President for Professional Development Programs at the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management and president of the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators. Available for viewing Tuesday, March 18-Friday, March 6, 2015, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Using Online Tools to Improve Your Principles of Economics Course, presented by Dr. Solina Lindahl, California State Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo, and produced by MacMillan. Friday, March 14, 3:00-3:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Author's Rights: How to Increase Your Impact and Share Your Work Openly by Retaining the Rights to Your Research, conducted by Andrew Wesolek, Head of Digital Scholarship, University Libraries. Friday, March 14, 2:00-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Flipping the Classroom, presented by Dr. Eric Nelson, Missouri State University, and produced by MacMillan. Friday, March 14, 1:00-1:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

The Performance of Academia: Overcoming Self-Limiting Beliefs to Build Your Academic Presence, live webinar presented by Moira Killoran, certified coach and ACW Director of Academic Coaching, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, March 13, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/academic-branding-building-your-academic-presence/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Effectiveness of Adaptive Quizzing in Course Design, presented by Dr. Donald Ehlers, Northwest Missouri State University, and produced by MacMillan. Thursday, March 13, 3:00-3:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Bringing Online Labs to Campus, presented by Dr. William Nichols, State University of New York, Buffalo and produced by MacMillan Higher Education. Thursday, March 13, 2:00-2:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Success in STEM: Implementing Student Placement Redesign and Enhancing Student Success in Math, live webinar presented by Dr. James Breslin, University of Kentucky, and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Thursday, March 13, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern OR Tuesday, March 25, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern 63 campus leaders.  

The Role of Technology in Course Redesign, presented by Dr . Michael Palmquist, Colorado State University, and produced by MacMillan. Wednesday, March 12, 12:00-12:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Success in STEM: Institutional Considerations to improve STEM Readiness: Prep, Bridge, and Placement, live webinars presented Dr. Jason Overby, College of Charleston, and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Wednesday, March 12, at 10:00-11:00 a.m. Eastern OR Thursday, April 10, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern. 63 campus leaders.  

Achieving Standards Alignment and Learning Outcomes Through Digital Technologies Across the Curriculum, presented by Dr. Karin Wilking, Northwest Vista College and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Tuesday, March 11, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern OR Tuesday, March 25, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern 63 campus leaders.  

Thinking about Student Reading, presented by Dr. Nick Carbone, professor emeritus, Colorado State University, and Director of Bedford/St. Martin's, and produced by Macmillan. Tuesday, March 11, 1:00-1:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Critical Thinking in the Online Classroom: Instructional Strategies That Work, presented by Dr. B. Jean Mandernach, Research Professor and Director of the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching at Grand Canyon University, and produced by Innovative Educators. Available for viewing Monday, March 10, 2014 -Friday, February 27, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.   

Lessons Learned in Developmental Education Program Redesign, presented by Ashley Moorshead, Southern Methodist University, and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Monday, March 10, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern OR Monday, March 24, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern 63 campus leaders.  

Incorporating Technology: A Beginner's Guide, presented by Gayle Yamazaki, Worth Publishers, and produced by Macmillan. Monday, March 10, 3:00-3:45 p.m. Registration site on announcement – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

High Impact Minutes to Improve Student Performance in High Stakes Programs, live webinar presented by Dr. Bill Hoover, MD, Bunker Hill Community College, and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Thursday, March 6, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern 63 campus leaders

Strategies and Tools for Course Consistency among Programs with Large Adjunct and Teaching Staff, presented by Dr. Lynn Gargan, Tarrant County Community College, and produced by McGraw-Hill Learning Institute. Wednesday, March 5, 10:00-11:00 a.m. Eastern OR Friday, March 21, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern 63 campus leaders  

Roundtable of Students (Tiger2Tiger Panel) with Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler, Affiliate Professor of Education and founding director of the UW DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) and the Access Technology Centers, University of Washington in Seattle. Part of the Clemson Symposium on Universal Design - Walk and Roll: The Next Step Tuesday. Tuesday, March 4, 1:30-2:30 p.m., Jacks Ballroom B, Hendrix Student Center – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with Student Disability Services. 

Roundtable of Faculty and Staff with Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler, Affiliate Professor of Education and founding director of the UW DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) and the Access Technology Centers, University of Washington in Seattle.  Part of the Clemson Symposium on Universal Design - Walk and Roll: The Next Step Tuesday. Tuesday, March 4, 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Jacks Ballroom B, Hendrix Student Center. – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with Student Disability Services. 

Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice, Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D., Affiliate Professor of Education and founding director of the UW DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) and the Access Technology Centers, University of Washington in Seattle. Part of the Clemson Symposium on Universal Design - Walk and Roll: The Next Step Tuesday. Tuesday, March 4, 9:00-10:30 a.m., Jacks Ballroom B, Hendrix Student Center. – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with Student Disability Services. 

Teach Students How to Learn: Metacognition Is the Key, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Dr. Saundra Yancy McGuire, Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Learning, Teaching and Retention, Louisiana State University. Available for viewing Monday, March 3, 2014 -Friday, February 13, 2015 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.   

Digital Copyright Rules for Classroom and Online Faculty, conducted by Andrew J. Wesolek, Head of Digital Scholarship, Clemson University Libraries. Friday, February 28, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with University Libraries.

Teaching Naked: Designing Assignments for More Active Classrooms, live webinar produced by Wiley Learning Institute and presented by José Antonio Bowen, Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, Algur H. Meadows Chair, and Professor of Music, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. Thursday, February 27, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Eastern – Entire faculty and graduate students. Recording available for one week.

Publishing Your Dissertation Research, live webinar presented by Amy Benson Brown, writer, developmental editor, and ACW Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, February 27, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-writing/events/publishing-your-dissertation-research/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

An Introduction to Academic Blogging, live webinar presented by Lee Skallerup Bessette, Ph.D., accomplished blogger, digital humanities consultant, social media advisor, and instructor of literature and writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, February 19, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at  http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/an-introduction-to-academic-blogging/ – New and near-new faculty and graduate students.   

Measuring What Matters: The Role of Non-Cognitive Factors in Student Success. Live webinar produced by Starlink. Wednesday, February 19, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/230861750?utm_source=STARLINK+This+Month+Feb_2014&utm_campaign=SLTMFeb2014&utm_medium=email

Scholarship Made Easier: Best Practices for Writing and Publishing, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday, February 17, 6:00-7:30 p.m., Student Senate Chambers – All graduate students. Co-sponsored with the Graduate Student Association.

Advanced Research for Faculty, conducted by Dr. Anne McMahan Grant, Education Reference Librarian and Instruction Coordinator, Clemson University Libraries. Monday, February 17, 10:00-10:50 a.m., 204 Cooper Library – Entire faculty. Co-sponsored with Cooper Library.

FYI, It’s about FYE: First Year Experience, streaming webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Ron Stout, Psychology Professor, FYE Specialist, and Senior Facilitator for Cooper Consulting; representatives from U.S. News and World Report top-rated First Year Experience schools, the University of North Carolina and Washington University in St Louis. Available for viewing fpr two weeks, Monday, February 17-Monday, March 3 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.   

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Friday, February 14, 1:00-2:15 p.m., B-106 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Nip Procrastination in the Bud: Tighten Your Backlog, live teleseminar presented by Ann Gomez, productivity consultant and founding president of Clear Concept, Inc. and produced by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, President, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Wednesday, February 14, 12:00-1:15 p.m. (plus MP3 download). Register at http://www.meggin.com/classes/backlog/ – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Timing Your Tenure Clock, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing, live webinar presented by Moira Killoran, certified coach and ACW Director of Academic Coaching, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, February 13, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/timing-your-tenure-clock/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Tuesday, February 11, 9:00-10:15 a.m., B-106 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Friday, February 7, 9:00-10:15 a.m., B-106 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Teaching to How the Mind Works, Part 2, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, February 6, 2:00-3:15 p.m., 107 Holtzendorff – Students in Dr. Lisa Benson's graduate course CES 820: Teaching Undergraduate Engineering.

Making Teaching Presentations, feedback on student teaching presentations by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, February 6, 12:30-1:30 p.m. M102 Martin – Graduate students in Dr. Shari Prevost’s Strategies for Successful Teaching in Mathematics at the Post-Secondary Level.

10 Ways to Improve Blended Learning Course Design, recorded webinar produced by Magna Publications and presented by Dr. Ike Shibley, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Penn State Berks. Available for viewing Wednesday, February 5-Thursday, March 6, 2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.   

The Review of Literature: Finding Your Way Out of the Literature Fog, live webinar presented by Dr. Barbara Bailey, ACW Dissertation Coach and Consultant, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Tuesday, February 4, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/dissertation-doctor/events/the-review-of-literature-finding-your-way-out-of-the-literature-fog/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Teaching to How the Mind Works, Part 1, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, February 4, 2:00-3:15 p.m., 107 Holtzendorff – Students in Dr. Lisa Benson's graduate course CES 820: Teaching Undergraduate Engineering.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Tuesday, February 4, 1:00-2:15 p.m., B-105 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Innovative Strategies to Prevent Cheating and Enhance Learning in the Classroom, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Dr. Perry C. Francis, Department of Leadership and Counseling, Eastern Michigan University. Available for viewing Thursday, January 30-Wednesday, December 31, 2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.    

Making Teaching Presentations, feedback on student teaching presentations by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, January 30, 12:30-1:30 p.m. M102 Martin – Graduate students in Dr. Shari Prevost’s Strategies for Successful Teaching in Mathematics at the Post-Secondary Level.

Designing Your Online Presence to Promote Your Academic Persona, live webinar presented by Lee Skallerup Bessette, Ph.D., accomplished blogger, digital humanities consultant, social media advisor, and instructor of literature and writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, January 29, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-coaching/events/designing-your-online-presence-to-promote-your-academic-persona/ – New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

eLearning Innovations: Curriculum Development for Online Courses, recorded webinar produced by Starlink. Available for viewing Wednesday, January 29-Wednesday, December 31, 2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.    

Does Your Online Course Need Extra Credit to Pass? recorded webinar produced by Starlink. Available for viewing Wednesday, January 29-Wednesday, December 31, 2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.    

Redesigning Online Courses with the Latest Media: Does It Help? recorded webinar produced by Starlink. Available for viewing Wednesday, January 29-Wednesday, December 31, 2014 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.    

Rubrics for Assessing Critical Thinking Skills, presented by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, January 23, 3:30-5:00 p.m., President’s Conference Room, 102 Sikes Hall Critical Thinking Faculty.  

The Dissertation Proposal: Putting the Pieces Together, live webinar presented by Dr. Kat Malinsky, ACW Dissertation Coach and Associate Professor at Argosy University, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, January 22, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/dissertation-doctor/events/the-dissertation-proposal-putting-the-pieces-together/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

No Texting Allowed: Proactive Policies That Prevent Technology Misuse in the Classroom, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Dr. Brian Van Brunt, Senior Vice President for Professional Development Programs at the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management and president of the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators. Available for viewing Wednesday, January 22-Wednesday, December 31, 2014, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.    

Pop and Sizzle! How to Create and Deliver a Dynamic Presentation, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Professor Steve Piscitelli, Florida State College at Jacksonville. Available for viewing Wednesday, January 22-Wednesday, December 31, 2014, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Proactive Solutions for Online Academic Integrity Challenges, live webinar produced by Starlink Training and the National University Technology Network and presented by Dr. Mark Sarver, Director of EduKan, and Jeff Maynard, CEO of Signature ID. Wednesday, January 22, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Register at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/699556502 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Face It! Some Emotions Are Better Not Displayed, live teleseminar presented and produced by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Wednesday, January 22, 12:00-1:30pm Eastern. Register at http://www.meggin.com/classes/face-it/ - Entire faculty and graduate students.

Inspiring Your Students to Work toward Excellence, conducted by Dr. Paul Buyer, Professor of Music and Director of Percussion. Friday, January 17, 1:30-2:45 p.m., 118 Academic Success Center - Entire faculty and graduate students.

Spring Writing Group, led by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Every other Wednesday meetings (January 15 and 29, February 12 and 26, March 12 and 26, and April 9 and 23.), 3:30-4:30 p.m., 234 Brackett – Entire faculty and advanced graduate students.

Writing a Journal Article: Moving from Evidence to Argument, live webinar presented by Amy Benson Brown, writer, developmental editor, and ACW Director of Academic Writing, and produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, January 15, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern. Register at http://www.academiccoachingandwriting.org/academic-writing/events/writing-a-journal-article-how-to-move-from-evidence-to-argument/ New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Fall 2013

Powerful Teaching with PowerPoint: Designing and Delivering Brain-Compatible Presentations, conducted by BO Haynes, MBA, Creative Director, Parsons Engineering and Corporate, Continuing Education, and Professional Development Instructor, Central Piedmont Community College. Monday, December 16, 1:00-4:30 p.m., 118 Academic Success Center Entire faculty and graduate students.

Five Patterns in Student Thinking/Judgment Skills, webinar produced and presented by Dr. Susan K. Wolcott, educational consultant with WolcottLynch Associates. Wednesday, December 11, 5:00-6:00 p.m. Entire faculty and graduate students.

Connections: Keeping the Classroom Relevant, recorded webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Dr. Mark Milliron, Co-Founder, Chief Learning Officer, and Director, Civitas Learning; Dr. Gary Richter, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Southwestern University; Dr. Jennifer V. Ebbeler, Associate Professor of Classics, University of Texas Austin; and Jen Osborne, Professor of English, Alamo Colleges; St. Philip's College; Technical Advisor at Help Life Rwanda. Available for viewing Monday, November 25–Monday, December 16  Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.  

Scholarship Made Easier: Best Practices for Writing and Publishing, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, November 22, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett Entire faculty and graduate students.

Drop the Curtain on Drama: Calm Down, Disengage, and Put Your Focus Where It Matters, free teleseminar presented and hosted by Dr. Meggin McIntosh, President of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. Friday, December 6, 11:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m. Eastern (plus recording to download) - Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Capture Creativity: Developing and Teaching  for Today's Students, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Dr. Adam Peck, Dean of Students Affairs, Stephen. F. Austin State University. Available for viewing Friday, November 22, 2013-Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - Entire faculty and graduate students.    

Finding Your Topic: Setting out on Your Dissertation Journey, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, November 20. Time and presenter information and registration at http://goo.gl/6N8BDD New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Writing an Academic Book Proposal, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, November 14. Time and presenter information and registration at http://goo.gl/A4regV New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

i>clicker GO: Teaching with a Mobile Response System, live webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Sean Patrick Hickey, Department of Chemistry, University of New Orleans. Wednesday, November 13, 2:00-2:45 p.m. ET, register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Teaching Naked: Technology and E-Communication for Student Engagement, live webinar produced by Wiley Learning Institute and presented by Dr. José Antonio Bowen, Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, Algur H. Meadows Chair, and Professor of Music, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. Tuesday, November 12, 3:00-4:30 p.m. – Entire faculty and graduate students. Recording available for 30 days.

Getting Published: Strategies for Successfully Navigating the Publication Process, conducted by Dr. Douglas Shier, Emeritus Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Friday, November 8, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett –Entire faculty and graduate students.

Developing an Academic Support Network: Finding Your Tribe, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, November 7. Time and presenter information and registration at http://goo.gl/lx7Z7v New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Qualtrics® for Creating Better Research Surveys, conducted by Anthony Olalere, Ph.D. candidate in Educational Leadership. Tuesday, November 5, 9:30-11:00 a.m., B105 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Documenting Your Teaching Effectiveness, conducted by Dr. Francis McGuire, Alumni Distinguished Professor of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management. Friday, November 1, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 118 Academic Success Center – Entire faculty and graduate students. 

Using the Anonymity of Clicker Data for Democratic Discussions: Eliciting More Diversity in Class, live webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Angel Hoekstra, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado, Boulder. Wednesday, October 30, 2:00-2:45 p.m. ET, register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Improving Your Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday, October 28, 3:00-4:30 p.m., 026 Life Sciences – Genetics and Biochemistry Department faculty.

The ePortfolio Edge: Promoting the Professional You, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, October 23. Time and presenter information and registration athttp://goo.gl/5oNhd7 New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Improving Your Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, October 22, 8:30-10:00 a.m., E-142 P&A Bldg. – Animal and Veterinary Science Department faculty.

What the Best Teachers Do in Class and Online, streaming webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Dr. Ken Bain, President, Best Teachers Institute, author of the ground-breaking What the Best College Teachers Do; Dr. Katheryn C. Wetzel, Department Chair of Mathematics, Sciences and Engineering, Amarillo College, Carnegie Foundations' National Teacher of the Year (2011); Norita Youngblood, Professor of Psychology, West Kentucky Community and Technical College; Dr. Glenn Ellis, Professor of Engineering, Smith College, Carnegie Foundation's U.S. Professor of the Year (2007); Dr. Bill McCarthy, Professor of Criminal Justice, Quinsigamond Community College, 2006 Sloan-C award for Excellence in Online Teaching; Dr. John Barrett, Professor of English, Eastfield College; Hurshel Burton, Professor of English, Brookhaven College; Matt Hinkley, Professor of History, Eastfield College; Betsy Brody, Professor of Political Science, Collin College; and Deborah Cardenas, Professor of Biology, Collin College. Available for viewing Monday, October 21-Monday, November 4 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

Strategies for Classroom Engagement, recorded webinar presented by Dr. Tracey McKenzie, Professor of Sociology at Collin College and 2009 Carnegie Foundation’s Professor of the Year, Dr. James Yount, Professor of Life Science at Brevard Community College, Dr. Jose Gonzalez, Professor of English at U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and Dru Brookout, Professor of Speech at Richland College. Available for viewing Monday, October 21-Friday, November 1 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

The Review of Literature: Finding Your Way Out of the Literature Fog, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Tuesday, October 15. Time and presenter information and registration at http://goo.gl/ZnBkX8 New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Teaching Naked: Technology and E-Communication for Student Engagement, live webinar produced by Wiley Learning Institute and presented by Dr. José Antonio Bowen, Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, Algur H. Meadows Chair, and Professor of Music, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. Friday, October 11, 3:00-4:30 p.m. – Entire faculty and graduate students. Recording available for 30 days.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Faculty Review, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, October 11, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty.

Priority Management: An Action Plan for Managing Work and Life, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Professor Steve Piscitelli, Florida State College at Jacksonville. Available for viewing Friday, October 11, 2013-October 2, 2014, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Wednesday, October 9, 6:00-7:30 p.m., XXX Brackett – All graduate students.

How the Brain Learns: Implications for Teaching and Learning, recorded online seminar, produced by Magna Publications and presented by Leslie Myers, M.Ed., Chestnut Hill College, and Melissa Terlicki, Ph.D., Cabrini College. Live Tuesday, October 8, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET and recording available until Thursday, November 7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.

An Introduction to Academic Blogging, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing and presented by Lee Skallerup Bessette. Monday, October 7, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET, register at http://goo.gl/iC0SHj – New and near-new faculty and graduate students. 

Designing and Teaching a Course with a Critical Thinking Focus, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, October 4, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Academic Branding: Building Your Academic Presence, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing and presented by Moira Killoran. Thursday, October 3, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET – New and near-new faculty and graduate students. 

The Performance of Academia: Overcoming Self-Limiting Beliefs, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Thursday, October 3. Time and presenter information and registration at http://goo.gl/nQKy5V New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Transforming Your Students into Self-Regulated Learners, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, September 27, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, September 26, 9:00-10:30 a.m., 107 Holtzendorff - Graduate students in Dr. Julie Martin's ESED 8880: Preparation for the Professoriate.

The Dissertation Proposal: Putting the Pieces Together, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing. Wednesday, September 25. Time and presenter information and registration at http://goo.gl/JuSnhl New and near-new faculty and graduate students.

Inquiry-Based Pedagogy: Using i>clicker to Locate Student Voices in Large-Format Classrooms, live webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Miki Kitchen, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina. Tuesday, September 24, 7:00-7:45p.m. ET, register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

How to Enhance Your Credibility as a Higher Education Professional, recorded webinar produced by Innovative Educators and presented by Professor Aaron W. Hughey, Department of Counseling and Student Affairs, Western Kentucky University. Available for viewing Friday, September 20, 2013-September 12, 2014, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Measuring Learning: An Alternate Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director, with Dr. Michael Coggeshall, Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Friday, September 20, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

How to Publish Your Dissertation, live webinar produced by Academic Coaching and Writing and presented by Amy Bensen Brown, writing coach. Thursday, September 19, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET, register at http://goo.gl/mtj9G9 – New and near new faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, presented by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, September 19, 6:00-7:30 p.m., Student Senate Chambers – All graduate students. Co-sponsored with Graduate Student Government.

Organizing your Content and using Automated Grade Books in your Blackboard® Course, conducted by H. Kyle Anderson, CGMA, CMA, CPA, Lecturer, School of Accounting & Finance, and Yahong Xu, Instructional Technologist, CCIT. Friday, September 13, 9:00-11:00 a.m., 309 Cooper Library – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with CCIT. 

Fall Writing Group, led by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Every other Tuesday meetings (September 10 and 24, October 8 and 22, November 5 and 19, and December 3), 3:30-4:30 p.m., 234 Brackett – Entire faculty and advanced graduate students.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Friday, September 6, 1:00-2:15 p.m., B-106 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Scantrons be Gone! Secure Computer Testing Using Respondus®, conducted by H. Kyle Anderson, CGMA, CMA, CPA, Lecturer, School of Accounting & Finance, and Yahong Xu, Instructional Technologist, CCIT. Friday, September 6, 9:00-11:00 a.m., 309 Cooper Library – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with CCIT.

Making Quick Work of References with RefWorks, conducted by Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Reference Librarian, University Libraries. Thursday, September 5, 2:00-3:15 p.m., B-106 Barre – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Help Your Students Do Better Research: Tips from a CU Librarian, conducted by Dr. Anne McMahan Grant, Education Reference Librarian and Instruction Coordinator, Clemson University Libraries. Thursday, September 5, 10:00-10:50 a.m., 204 Cooper Library – Entire faculty and graduate students. Co-sponsored with Cooper Library.

Clickers for Interactive Learning: Our Story, recorded webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Irene Knokh, Teaching and Learning Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Available for viewing 24/7, August 19, 2013-June 30, 2014. Register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Different Messages for Different Folks: Persuading Faculty Members to Adopt EdTech, recorded webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Marcus Dickson and Ben Biermeier-Hanson, Department of Psychology, Wayne State University. Available for viewing 24/7, August 19, 2013-June 30, 2014. Register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

The Daily Pop Quiz: Research on Teaching and Learning with Clickers, recorded webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Craig Leonard Brians, Department of Political Science, Virginia Tech University. Available for viewing 24/7, August 19, 2013-June 30, 2014. Register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Promote Student Reading by Administering Quizzes via i>clicker, recorded webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. John Phillip Dattilo, Department of Tourism and Hospitality, Penn State University. Available for viewing 24/7, August 19, 2013-June 30, 2014. Register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Teaching with Clickers in Small Classes, recorded webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Dr. Matt Evans, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. Available for viewing 24/7, August 19, 2013-June 30, 2014. Register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Flip a Class without Flipping Out (Part 2 of 2), recorded webinar produced by >clicker and presented by Donnell King, Department of Communication, Pellissippi State Community College. Available for viewing 24/7, August 19, 2013-June 30, 2014. Register at http://bit.ly/19n2oEX – All faculty and graduate students.

Summer 2013 

New Faculty Orientation Talks on OTEI Services and Resources, presented by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, August 16:
College of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 9:00-10:00 a.m., 382 Sirrine 
College of Engineering and Science, 2:45-3:00 p.m., 132 Fluor-Daniel
College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences, 4:00-5:00, 141 Life Sciences Bldg. (panel)

Grading Speeches Fairly and Consistently, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, August 13, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 204B Edwards – Communication Studies Graduate Teaching Assistants.

Inspiring Your Students to Work toward Excellence, conducted by Dr. Paul Buyer, Professor of Music and Director of Percussion. Thursday, August 8, 10:00-11:15 a.m., 214 Brackett - Entire faculty and graduate students.

Teaching Your Students to Defer Gratification and Avoid Procrastination, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, August 6, 1:00-2:30 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Designing and Teaching a Course with a Critical Thinking Focus, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, August 1, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Flipping Your Classroom: What Does It Mean? conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, July 30, 1:00-2:30 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Getting Your Students to Do the Readings, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, July 25, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, July 23, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – All graduate students.

Teaching and Managing Large Classes, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, July 19, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Transforming Your Students into Self-Regulated Learners, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, July 16, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Writing an Academic Book Proposal, free webinar presented by Dr. Amy Benson Brown, Director of Academic Writing, Academic Coaching and Writing, LLC. Thursday, July 11, 3:00-4:00 p.m. – New and near-new faculty and Summer Writing Group members.

Course Design and Development II: Matching Teaching and Assessment Methods with Learning Outcomes, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Thursday, July 11, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Course Design and Development I: Setting and Sequencing Good Student Learning Outcomes, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Tuesday, July 9, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 438 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Redesigning Online Courses with the Latest Media: Does It Help? recorded webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Dr. Curtis Bonk, Professor of Instructional Systems Technology, School of Education, Indiana University and adjunct faculty in the School of Informatics; Sharon Blackman, Vice Chancellor of Educational Affairs, Dallas County Community College District; M. Ahad Hayaud-Din, Department of Government, Brookhaven College; David McCoy, Department of Government Faculty, Cedar Valley College; and Dr. John P. Bean, Associate Professor, Indiana State University. Available for viewing Monday, May 20-Saturday, August 31, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.  

Pedagogy 101 for Distance Learning, recorded webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Bill Pelz, Professor of Psychology, Herkimer County Community College, State University of New York (SUNY); Dr. Peter Shea, Professor, Department of Educational Theory and Practice University at Albany, State University of New York; and Dr. Karen Swan, RCET Research Professor Research Center for Educational Technology, Kent State University. Available for viewing Monday, May 20-Saturday, August 31, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.  

Pedagogy 201 for Distance Learning: Enhancing Interactivity, recorded webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Dr. Nada Dabbagh, Associate Professor Instructional Technology George Mason University; Dr. Rena Palloff, Managing Partner of Crossroads Consulting Group and faculty at Fielding Graduate University; Dr. Keith Pratt, Managing Partner of Crossroads Consulting Group and Associate Dean of Distance Learning and Instructional Technology, Northwest Arkansas Community College; Dr. Peter Shea, moderator and Assistant Professor of Educational Theory and Practice, University at Albany, SUNY. Available for viewing Monday, May 20-Saturday, August 31, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.  

Lessons That Last: The Teachers Students Remember, recorded webinar produced by Starlink and presented by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Shribman, author of  I Remember My Teacher. Available for viewing Monday, May 20-Saturday, August 31, 24/7 – Entire faculty and graduate students. Purchased by OTEI.  

Summer Writing Group, led by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Monday meetings (6), 3:00-4:00 p.m. on May 20, June 3 and 17, and July 1, 15, and 29, 234 Brackett – Entire faculty and advanced graduate students.

Scholarship Made Easier: Best Practices for Writing and Publishing, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Friday, May 17, 9:00-11:00 a.m., 214 Brackett - Entire faculty and graduate students.

How Does Technology Facilitate Learning -- or Does It? conducted by Dr. Richard Pak, Associate Professor of Psychology. Monday, May 13, 2:00-3:00 p.m., 214 Brackett – Entire faculty and graduate students.

Recorded Workshops 

Learning Styles: Multiple Models, Multiple Teaching Methods, conducted Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Available at https://connect.clemson.edu/p41456287/.

Maximizing Student Learning and Participation in Discussions, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Available at https://connect.clemson.edu/p73276600/.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Available at https://connect.clemson.edu/p72403178/.

Writing a Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications, conducted by Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Available at
http://dle-mediasite-hehd.clemson.edu/mediasite/Viewer/?peid=529e0a2ff9834bf8a4b20c0601404690.

Writing Objective Test Items That Assess Thinking Skills, conducted Dr. Linda B. Nilson, OTEI Director. Available at https://connect.clemson.edu/p46405384/

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