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ELI Seeking Faculty Development Effective Practices
Dear LIB-IT Colleagues:
Happy New Year! See below for a message from Malcolm Brown (Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative) regarding an important ELI survey on innovative and effective faculty development practices. Please share widely, noting that multiple responses from a single institution are more than welcome. Thanks for your participation, and apologies to those who may have already received this via other lists.
All the best,
Andrew R. Bonamici
Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services
University of Oregon Libraries
Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA
The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative will be exploring the topic of faculty development throughout 2014. We are looking for projects and initiatives that are exploring innovations, implementing effective and successful practices, and are actively rethinking approaches to faculty development. What we discover will be used in a series of 2014 events and publications to assist the teaching and learning community innovative productively in this area.
Please share with us ANY innovative program, effective practice, or initiative in faculty development, whether it be large or more focused in scope. In short, anything you are doing in faculty development that appears to be effective. Please use the very short (3 min) form at:
Please share this with all your colleagues; multiple “entries” from a single institution are more than welcome.
Thanks in advance for your assistance and let us know if you have any questions.