Creating a Strategic Plan for SoTL at Your Center/Institution

$35.00

January 15-29, 2021

Meeting Times: Fridays 1/15 and 1/29 @ 1:00–2:00pm ET

In this workshop, participants will learn about common SoTL support programming models across institution types; exchange lessons learned; anticipate new challenges; create a strategic SoTL professional development program (re)design plan for their institution; and receive peer feedback on their plans.

 

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January 15-29, 2021

Meeting Times: Fridays 1/15 and 1/29 @ 1:00–2:00pm ET

Laura Lukes, George Mason University—llukes@gmu.edu
Ed Brantmeier, James Madison University—brantmej@jmu.edu
Kim Case, Virginia Commonwealth University—casek3@vcu.edu
Jessica Dauterive, George Mason University—jdauteri@masonlive.gmu.edu
Kim Filer, Virginia Tech—kfiler@vt.edu
Dayna Henry, James Madison University—henryds@jmu.edu
Jessica Taggart, University of Virginia—jt2bb@virginia.edu
Melissa Wells, University of Mary Washington—mwells@umw.edu
Lindsay Wheeler, University of Virginia—lsb4u@virginia.edu

Are you currently or planning to offer faculty at your institution SoTL professional development programming to support them in developing their own SoTL projects?  In this workshop, participants will learn about common SoTL support programming models across institution types; exchange lessons learned (or aspirational ideas); anticipate new challenges (particularly with the upheaval of COVID-19); create a strategic SoTL professional development program (re)design plan for their institution; and receive peer feedback on their plans.  Participants will have access to a shared resource folder and the opportunity to participate in future peer feedback beyond the workshop/conference.

Participation Min 6–Max 100