Denecker, C. and Focarile, T. POD Speaks #5 (2022): 1–6 This POD Speaks outlines how higher education administrators can engage their CTLs to enhance the professional development work needed to ensure successful concurrent enrollment partnerships (CEPs).
November 8–17, 2021
After a difficult year, we are tired, stressed, and worried about making mistakes—and that’s just our personal lives. We’ve also been working beyond our usual comfort zone by helping our institutions navigate transitions and pivots in response to current health, social, and political crises. Big or small, colleges and universities have always had to respond to unforeseen situations, fast-moving challenges, and unexpected opportunities. So, if change is constant, how do we formulate our responses? How do we leverage our strengths during difficult transitions while still building capacity for the future of our campuses?
Leveraging Centers for Teaching and Learning in Accreditation Review and Quality Assurance Processes
Sacks, D., Payette, P., Ellis, D., and Horii, C.V. POD Speaks #4 (2021): 1–6 This essay advises senior academic leaders to involve campus-based educational developers due to their unique expertise in working with faculty, assessing and improving curricula, and guiding organizational change.
June 28–30, 2021
The University of La Verne and the Claremont Colleges CTLs are excited to welcome you to the first-ever virtual POD Network Institute for New Educational Developers.
Friday, April 30 Registration Deadline
POD Connects! groups are forming now for spring and summer 2021. Join a small group to connect with colleagues at other institutions to advance professional goals and well-being, support one another, and grow in knowledge.