We were ecstatic to have Dr. Annika Konrad come to Saint Mary’s to talk to faculty and staff about access, pedagogy, and interdependence. There was great discussion and many takeaways from the talk and workshop. But if you missed them, you can now see the recordings on our recordings page, or click “read more” to see them here! You do have to be logged in to your smumn.edu Canvas account to access the recordings.
Access Services, Integratus, and the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching will be welcoming Dr. Annika Konrad of Dartmouth College for a virtual talk on March 24 at 12:15pm and a virtual workshop for faculty on March 25 at 2pm. Both events will be on Zoom. The title of her talk will be, “Learning from Stories of Access Fatigue: Building Interdependence into Pedagogical Design”.
If you were not able to attend the Fall Faculty Conference on September 12, or if you did attend and wanted to review the recording, it is now available here on the CELT website.
Join us November 7th at noon in Cotter Café for the next Faculty PubTalk: Chris Michener’s “A Life of Lies”.
Join us on October 17th at noon in Cotter Café for our first Faculty Pub “PubTalk”. Faculty Pub is about supporting faculty who are working on writing projects and the PubTalk series embodies this with faculty who talk about their writing progress, process, and results. And the talks will generally be short with lots of opportunities for discussion. For the first PubTalk, we thought we’d start with the most interesting possible topic: killer birds. So come see Dr. Tycho de Boer from history give a talk called, “American Falconry and the Wilderness of the Mind”.
UNC Writing Professor visiting on Friday, September 13th.