In early January a small group of Arts & Sciences graduate students began a project to discover and organize tools and techniques that would be helpful in their instructional roles as Teaching Assistants at William & Mary. This workshop will share the results of their work and initiate a broader discussion on ways to support graduate students in their teaching.
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A leader of the University Teaching Project’s spring series at William & Mary teamed up with two doctoral students from the School of Education to offer insight on self-regulated learning for both faculty and students of higher education.
Posted February 7, 2019
Over the Spring 2019 semester, William & Mary’s participating faculty and learning partners across the institution will gather each Wednesday in the Earl Gregg Swem Library to explore multiple perspectives on teaching and learning within higher education.
Posted January 30, 2019
William & Mary’s Associate Professor Jim Barber set the tone for the University Teaching Project’s (UTP) spring series as the first of several guests in line to support the significance of teaching and learning.
Posted January 23, 2019
Over a brown-bag lunch and workshop setting, William & Mary’s e-Learning Initiatives tackled a topic that frequently creates challenges for both faculty and students of K-12 and higher education: group work.
Posted August 20, 2018
This summer William & Mary signed a partnership agreement with Television Serrana (TVS), in conjunction with the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television (ICRT), becoming the first U.S. university to have a formal agreement with the Cuban community media organization.
Posted April 23, 2018
Recently two W&M student organizations, Student Assembly (SA) and W&M Libraries Student Ambassadors, turned to the libraries to seek ways to address textbook affordability.
Posted October 25, 2017
In honor of Open Access (OA) Week, W&M Libraries have released a collection of research guides within “scholarly communications” to help the W&M community learn more about these important topics.
Posted March 9, 2016
The Student Assembly and W&M Libraries will be promoting open educational resources through campus-wide awareness efforts.
Posted April 11, 2019
The following open letter has been prepared and released by the deans and directors of the seven research libraries at public doctoral institutions in Virginia.