Tag Archives: Faculty Development

Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners: Inclusive Strategies for Teaching – A TLTC Event

Experience and research tell us that all students learn in different ways that are unique to them.  Yet, educational experiences are often designed around a “one size fits all” curriculum.  Often attempts to address learner variability happens when faced with students that require accommodations.  However, we can implement a framework that guides the design of… Continue Reading »

Assessment Strategies for Online/Hybrid Courses

On Wednesday, March 25th, the TLT Center held the 2nd session of the 2015 spring workshop series with Assessment Strategies.  The workshop focused on various ways to assess student learning, based on the stated learning objectives, using rubrics and the grade center. Assessment strategies were discussed, including techniques to reduce academic dishonesty.  Several Blackboard assessment… Continue Reading »

TLTR Best Practices: Creating and Teaching Online/Hybrid Courses

The Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) Faculty Development and Best Practices Committee is hosting a panel discussion on the topic of “Best Practices: Creating and Teaching Online/Hybrid Courses”.  Seton Hall University is continually seeking ways in which online and hybrid learning can provide new opportunities to deliver programs and meet to needs of students…. Continue Reading »

Grant Writing Workshop for the Digital Humanities

Grant Writing for Digital Humanities Facilitated by Dr. Matthew Gold, Associate Professor of English and Digital Humanities at CUNY, this workshop will engage participants in strategies for locating and writing grants to support digital humanities initiatives. Digital Humanities has been defined as a “field of study, research, teaching, and invention concerned with the intersection of… Continue Reading »

Summer Technology Greats for Nursing Faculty – Tuesday June 17, 2014

9:30 am – 2:30 pm   ITV Classroom Introduction to Personal Lecture Capture This session will provide faculty members with an overview of the  Echo360 Personal Capture System at Seton Hall University.  Discussion will include how faculty can request an Echo360 Personal Capture account, downloading, installing, and configuring the Echo360 Personal Capture software. Best practices will… Continue Reading »