CONNECT Mini Conference

CONNECT: Virtual 2021 Details

CONNECT: Virtual 2021 was a Mini-Conference held on February 12, 2021 from 10 a.m. - noon through Zoom.

Program and Schedule [PDF] 

CONNECT Mini Conference: Recording and PowerPoints Available 

Follow this link to access a recording of the CONNECT 2021 Virtual Mini Conference. 

CONNECT: Virtual 2021 had many great presenters. These are their PowerPoint presentations if you wish to reference them at any time. 

Valerie Pauli - Using Google Docs to Guide Zoom Breakout Activities [PDF]

Andrew Ross - Equitable Teaching Practices in Math (and other STEM) Courses: A Work in Progress [PDF]

General Education Subcommittee on Assessment (GESA) - Students Learning Outcomes Assessment: A Data-Driven Approach to Education [PDF]

Kimberly Pavlock - Teaching and Leading as Learners: Collaborating, Consulting, and Coaching to Improve Online Teaching [PDF]

What is CONNECT? 

It is a time to celebrate, create, and communicate together across disciplines and departments. Join the Faculty Development Center and EMU Partners on February 12th, 2021 for our 10th Annual conference-style event packed full of presentations, shares, and panels. Drop in for one or two sessions or stay the whole time.  Learn about the eFellows grant program, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), Research Writer's Collaboratives, CANVAS, high impact practices, research techniques, and much, much more.

“Connecting is about reaching out and bringing in, about building synergies to create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. Connecting is a powerful metaphor. Everyone and everything—people, resources, data, ideas—are interconnected.” Diana Oblinger, President and CEO of EDUCAUSE.

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