All GE faculty may access these resources to augment their pedagogy:
Times Higher Education Liberal Arts Forum: Liberal Arts in Asian Higher Education
Date: June 23–24 2022
Times Higher Education Liberal Arts Forum is a virtual event to be held from 23–24 June 2022. This virtual forum hosted by Lingnan University Hong Kong aims to explore the advantages of liberal education within the context of Asian higher education. Topics such as diversity, student outcomes and impact — particularly in the context of UN SDGs — shall be discussed during the forum.
Interested faculty attendees may register for free by visiting this link.
LINANGAN: General Education (GE) Faculty Development Extension Program 2021-2022 is a webinar series for GE faculty of state universities and colleges (SUCs), local universities and colleges (LUCs) and UP constituent universities (CUs). It aims to further enhance the teaching and learning of general education by creating spaces for teachers’ conversations which will facilitate exchanges about content, teaching methods, classroom management and learning resources under remote and blended/flexible learning mode.
The series will help faculty respond to the changing conditions brought by the health, environment, and economic crises. It will be course-based to cater to the common interest and experience of the attendees.
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Date: June – July 2021
A series of workshops held via Zoom, with an aim to reflect in the implementation of remote teaching and learning for the previous AY 2020-2021 as well as to plan for the next AY 2021-2022.
The Chronicle of Higher Education article entitled “Teaching: What Students Want Their Professors to Know”
Date: May 2020
This article talks about how professors can get creative even when teaching from home. You can view the article here.
UL Webinar Series: Information Literacy for faculty members with the theme “Rediscovering your Library in the New Normal”
Date: August 2020
This webinar is conducted by the University Library and designed for faculty members to know the various library services in the new normal.
RILC Webinar Series: Selecting Appropriate Assessments for Remote Learning
Date: August 21, 2020
This webinar conducted by the Interactive Learning Center Diliman discusses the difference between formative and summative assessments in the context of remote learning. You may view the webinar here.
Online Courses on “Guide to Course Redesign for Remote Learning”
Date: Started July 13, 2020
“Course Redesign 101 in UVLê for a step-by-step guide on preparing course packs, including various resources for each step”
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to enroll in the course.
Date: July – September 2020
This is a series of workshops from July – September 2020.
By registration, limited to first 60 respondents.