William & Mary’s John Donahue and Janice Zeman found opportunity to communicate long-term planning goals that will shape the future of higher education within all departments and schools on campus.
University Teaching Project
Posted April 2, 2019
Last month W&M librarians led a faculty workshop on the non-neutrality of the Internet, specifically the results from searches produced by algorithms and biases.
Posted March 12, 2019
William & Mary’s e-Learning Initiatives offer direction for educators as they communicate through digital learning environments by revisiting its theme of a universal design for learning (UDL).
Posted February 25, 2019
A group of William & Mary graduate students led a weekly conversation on teaching and learning, sharing their significant contributions to an ongoing student-driven pilot project as part of a spring series at Swem Library.
Posted February 15, 2019
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.
Posted February 11, 2019
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 January 21, 2019
Welcome to the home of the University Teaching Project's workshop series! You can find upcoming workshops and other faculty development events listed here, as well as complete recaps of past workshops.
December 1, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pmAssociate Professor Natoya Haskins will present her research on the lived experiences of African American women in Counselor Education and ways that counselor education and the counseling profession can address their unique professional needs.
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