Thursday, November 12, 2015 | 01:00PM Central | Length: 60 – Changes to Copyright & Fair Use: What Faculty Need to Know Presented by: Linda Enghagen, J.D. Sharing information is at the heart of what you do in higher education. Make sure you know how to do it while avoiding copyright infringement. This seminar shows you practical ways to approach the issues of copyright infringement and best practices in fair use, even while the legal interpretation of copyright law is in a state of flux.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 | 01:00PM Central | Length: 40 Minutes – Refresh Your Course with Straightforward Design Changes Presented by: Rebecca Brent Learn a new set of strategies to help you support a refreshed course, as well as strategies for making measurable improvements over time without adding undue burdens to your schedule.
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 | 01:00PM Central | Length: 40 Minutes – The Academic Leader’s Toolkit for Evaluating Online Teaching Presented by: Thomas Tobin, Ph.D. This seminar will explain the core teaching behaviors relevant to online teaching. You’ll explore assessment methods and instruments to judge the quality of online teaching—even if you yourself have not taught online.