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This session will discuss storytelling as an online learning and teaching strategy. Using research and examples, participants will review methods and tools for using stories in instruction. Instructional Designer, Mary Henson, is leading this session.
Register via Zoom
Event Date: January 31; 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: Zoom (See Registration Link Below)
Join EKU Softball as they host their annual Fan Day this Saturday. The time has been changed to 4 p.m.
This will be a day of fun with free t-shirts, giveaways, games, and a poster signing with the team!
Event Date: January 28; 4 p.m.
Location: 1122 Paul Van Hoose Drive Richmond, KY
Join EKU Men's Basketball as they take on Bellarmine this Saturday at 7 p.m.!
Let's Crowd the Coliseum!
Free t-shirts while supplies last.
Event Date: January 28; 7 p.m.
Location: Baptist Health Arena at Alumni Coliseum
Join our panel of faculty from the EKU Philosophy and Religion program in a discussion of artificial intelligence, writing, thinking, and teaching. We will look at ChatGPT and recent discussion of the technology and its potential impacts on teaching and learning. All are welcome to attend and participate. Additional details, including links to recent discussion of ChatGPT are included in the link below.
Event Date: January 25; 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Main Library 208
Event Date: February 06;
Good Morning EKU,
Come out and try Case Kitchen today. We are featuring --
Cajun roasted pork loin
BBQ chicken drumstick
Cauliflower with cumin
Roasted garlic rice
Crispy shoestring French fries
Event Date: January 25; 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Upper Case
Would you like to engage with the youngest learners on campus? The early childhood education program students and Teaching staff invite you to visit!
We would love to hear you read your favorite children's story, talk about you career, show us an interesting hobby or skill that you may have, play an instrument, etc.
We would also enjoy coming to visit your department. The students are always excited to learn what happens in your dept and how you make the EKU campus great!
For questions or to schedule a visit, please reach out to BCDC Director, Vicki Crowe.
Location: Burrier Building
EKU is committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment so that individuals with disabilities can fully access programs, services, and all activities at our university. If you see or hear of any building, walkway, restroom, or athletic facility being inaccessible please use our Report Barriers form on our website. This report will allow you to upload photos, as well as provide a detailed description of the problem. The information submitted on this form will be collected by the Center for Student Accessibility and shared with EKU's ADA Committee unless a specific request for confidentiality is indicated.
Summer 2023 has begun! Summer courses provide students with the ideal opportunity to catch up, stay caught up, or get ahead. Discuss EKU Summer courses and opportunities with students. Courses will be searchable from summer.eku.edu. Follow EKU Summer at @EKUSummer and #EKUSummer.
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Allen Ault Award Nominees Kelly Ward and Mary Henson discuss SWK 810, Human Behavior/Social Environment and the salient qualities of a an excellent student experience.
Register via Zoom
Event Date: January 25; 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: Zoom (See Link)
Facilitator: Dr. Jonathan Gore
Many courses require students to complete a final project, but those projects are often underutilized outside of the classroom. At this TLI session, Jon Gore will help you learn how to turn these class projects into posters, and discuss ways that students can use those posters to present at on-campus events and conferences.
To register please click on "more on this announcement" below.
Event Date: January 25; 11:15 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.
Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning (Crabbe Library 318) or Online
Facilitator: Dr. Russell Carpenter
Meets in-person, 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. on Thursdays, starting January 26.
Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) is used to describe ways in which faculty can be transparent in their teaching practices to encourage and enhance the student learning experience and retention. In this Professional Learning Community (PLC), faculty will explore the TILT framework, develop applications for use in their courses, and reflect on teaching and learning experiences.
Participants will receive a copy of Transparent Design in Higher Education Teaching and Leadership.
For more information, or to register, click "More on this Announcement" below.
Event Date: January 26; 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning (Crabbe Library 318)