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Faculty Center Services

 

Instructional Design

Staff and faculty in the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning are available to consult with faculty on an individual basis or in working groups on questions related to the design of a course (or course plans), writing student learning outcomes, effective teaching and assessment methods, and much more. We are available to support and assist faculty who teach face-to-face, blended, and fully online courses.

 

Gaining Insights into the Course, Your Teaching, and Your Students’ Experiences: Three Options for Feedback

FCTL is available to assist you in gaining insights into your teaching, the learning environment of your course, and your students' engagement in your course (with each other and with you). We have three ways for you to gather these insights: Small Group Instructional Diagnosis, Video Recordings, and Class Observations.   

Please complete this online form to learn more and to request a feedback opportunity for one or more of you classes. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact FCTL at [email protected] or 231-591-3826.

 

Conference Proposals and Presentations

The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning can assist you prepare for a conference presentation in a number of ways, including:

Planning Stage

  • Assist with identifying possible conferences and presentation/poster topics
  • Review drafts of your conference proposal

Preparation Stage

  • Review drafts of your presentation/poster
  • Provide an audience for practicing your presentation
  • Assist with any technology needed for the presentation

 

Video Production Services

FCTL's Video Production Services include audio and video recording and editing, green screen productions, the Learning Glass Light Board, and more. Our Digital Production Specialist will consult with you from idea conception to the completion of your production. Our services support teaching, student learning, and other university communications and events.

 

Digital Media Services

Assistance is available to faculty and staff who seek help with the development of Digital Media content. While technology is becoming easier to use every day, there are still projects  that are too big, too complicated, or too unusual that benefit from extra support. This can especially be true when working with older media formats that still have a useful purpose.