Colgate Faculty Roundtable – Thoughts on Design for Remote Assessment

Session Overview:In this session, several Colgate faculty members share their experiences in designing and adjusting assessment practices for the remote environment. The use of the Google Assignment feature, rubrics for focused feedback, encouraging reflection and feedback on assessments, and engaging…

A NY6 Research Panel: Faculty Scholarship and Productivity During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Worried about the impact the demands of remote teaching are having upon the time, energy, and resources necessary for your scholarship?  You are not the only one.  Colleagues from Skidmore, St. Lawrence, and Union have data and ideas they will…

“I Actually Like Teaching on Zoom”

Contributed by Jennifer Brice “Surprisingly, the discussions in my video classes have been better than those in the live era,” writes Viet Thanh Nguyen in this New York Times op-ed about teaching on Zoom (https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/15/opinion/zoom-video-school-teaching.html). He acknowledges the trade-offs (warmth and…

Colgate Faculty Roundtable – Lessons Learned from a Semester of Pandemic Teaching

In this session, several Colgate faculty members share their experiences teaching during the Fall ‘20 semester. Topics include course design, use of technology (e.g., Slack, podcasting, and collaborative documents), effective practices and student perspectives. Moderator: Karen Harpp, Professor of Geology and…
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