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The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) provides a number of strategies, tools, and support personnel dedicated to the delivery of all modes of teaching. To schedule a 1:1 or departmental session, please contact us any time at: coursedesign@uidaho.edu.

UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS

Special Event
2023 Undergraduate Research Symposium
Organizer: Office of Undergraduate Research
The Office of Undergraduate Research hosts this annual university-wide undergraduate research symposium which showcases student research, scholarly work and creative activities from all disciplines at U of I. Students will present and display their work to the campus community, visitors, family and friends. The event is open to the public, so please join us.

More Info: U of I Undergraduate Research Symposium
Memorial Gym, Moscow

    [ WHEN: 4/24/2023 2:30pm-4:30pm PT ]

 

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Wired Wednesday
Wired Wednesday presentations
Topics coming soon.
All Wired Wednesday presentations are recorded and posted to Teaching Topics.
Online via Zoom   --  Virtual Link

    [ REGISTER NOW: 2/1/2023 12:30pm-1:00pm PT ]
Faculty Spotlight Series
What Can the Zoo Do?: Animals and Social Change in Argentina
Ashley Kerr
In this talk, Ashley Kerr discusses her sabbatical research at the Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina. What’s it like to be given access to two rooms packed with dusty and completely unorganized boxes of archival materials with peacocks and Patagonian maras wandering by? And what can the documents inside tell us about how Argentine elites used the zoo and its animals to shape society in the early 20th century?
LOCATION: TBD

    [ REGISTER NOW: 2/16/2023 3:30pm-4:20pm PT ]
Wired Wednesday
Wired Wednesday presentations
Topics coming soon.
All Wired Wednesday presentations are recorded and posted to Teaching Topics.
Online via Zoom   --  Virtual Link

    [ REGISTER NOW: 3/1/2023 12:30pm-1:00pm PT ]
Faculty Spotlight Series
What Can Video Games Teach Us About Criminology and Society?
Kristine Levan
The nuances of games and the video game subculture are critical to understanding their importance in society. As the relevancy of video games has increased, this has subsequently impacted perceptions on issues such as crime and justice. Issues such as gamer identity, as well as broader issues of video games will also be explored.
LOCATION: TBD

    [ REGISTER NOW: 3/6/2023 2:30pm-3:20pm PT ]
Wired Wednesday
Wired Wednesday presentations
Topics coming soon.
All Wired Wednesday presentations are recorded and posted to Teaching Topics.
Online via Zoom   --  Virtual Link

    [ REGISTER NOW: 4/5/2023 12:30pm-1:00pm PT ]
Faculty Spotlight Series
Tracking Student Competencies from the Freshman to the Senior Year
John Crepeau
A group of faculty members in the Department of Mechanical Engineering developed a unique assessment to determine how well student skill developed over the course of their educational experience at the University of Idaho. This session showcases assessment in a unique and positive light - one that maps and supports learning gains and skill development from the freshman year to the senior capstone, and then to the workforce. This session also highlights the value of collaboration in advancing--and documenting--student success.
LOCATION: TBD

    [ REGISTER NOW: 4/13/2023 2:30pm-3:30pm PT ]
Wired Wednesday
Wired Wednesday presentations
Topics coming soon.
All Wired Wednesday presentations are recorded and posted to Teaching Topics.
Online via Zoom   --  Virtual Link

    [ REGISTER NOW: 5/3/2023 12:30pm-1:00pm PT ]

Help

Questions?

If you wish to drop a workshop or have questions, contact cetlworkshops@uidaho.edu.