Faculty Workshops

Tue September 16

Connecting Service to Learning: Improving Student Learning Outcomes

Student Center for Community Engagement and Inclusion - Service-Learning

Dr. Jordan Humphrey, Ph.D.

Associate Director for Civic Engagement, St. Mary’s University

Dr. Humphrey assists St. Mary’s faculty in creating service learning and civic engagement based courses, including the expansion of tools for curriculum development and assessment of related courses. She earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education from Penn State University, her M.S.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pennsylvania, and Bachelor’s degrees from Franklin & Marshall College. Her research interests explore the areas of civic engagement and community-university relations; institutional mission and tradition; and the history of higher education.

3 - 5 p.m.   |  JPL 4.04.12C   |  Faculty Center Conference Room   |  Main Campus

Improve student learning outcomes by using a service-learning component that incorporates strong assessment and reflection modules.

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Wed September 17

Teaching, Research and Service…I need more hours in the day!

UTSA Libraries - Faculty Services

Dr. Lucretia M. Fraga

Teaching and Learning Consultant

Dr. Fraga provides professional development in effective teaching practices to faculty, students and staff. She has over 10 years of experience in working with faculty in higher education. Her research interests include the use of mobile devices for learning and changing pedagogical practices through the use of technology.

Dr. Fraga holds a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching with an emphasis on Instructional Technology from UTSA and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Houston Baptist University.

9 - 10 a.m.   |  JPL 4.04.12C   |  Faculty Center Conference Room   |  Main Campus

This short one-hour session will give you some basic principles to manage your time between teaching, research and service in academia.

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Thu September 18

Teaching, Research and Service…I need more hours in the day!

UTSA Libraries - Faculty Services

Dr. Lucretia M. Fraga

Teaching and Learning Consultant

Dr. Fraga provides professional development in effective teaching practices to faculty, students and staff. She has over 10 years of experience in working with faculty in higher education. Her research interests include the use of mobile devices for learning and changing pedagogical practices through the use of technology.

Dr. Fraga holds a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching with an emphasis on Instructional Technology from UTSA and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Houston Baptist University.

9 - 10 a.m.   |  DB 2.208   |  Downtown Campus

This short one-hour session will give you some basic principles to manage your time between teaching, research and service in academia.

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Mon September 22

Endnote or Zotero? A Comparative Introduction

UTSA Libraries – Faculty Services

Dr. Roberta Astroff

Head of the Downtown Campus Library

Dr. Astroff is Head of the Downtown Campus Library at UTSA. As a researcher and a librarian, she has spent way too much time manually creating bibliographies and reference lists.

Dr. Astroff holds an M.A. from New York University, an M.L.S from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.

3:30 - 4:30 p.m.   |  JPL 4.04.12D   |  Faculty Center Digital Studio   |  Main Campus

Each bibliographic management software program can be used to save time, organize large collections of references, and automate the production of reference lists. This workshop covers basic procedures for creating reference collections, using “cite while you write” functions, and sharing bibliographies with co-authors and assistants.

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Tue September 23

Endnote or Zotero? A Comparative Introduction

UTSA Libraries – Faculty Services

Dr. Roberta Astroff

Head of the Downtown Campus Library

Dr. Astroff is Head of the Downtown Campus Library at UTSA. As a researcher and a librarian, she has spent way too much time manually creating bibliographies and reference lists.

Dr. Astroff holds an M.A. from New York University, an M.L.S from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.

3:30 - 4:30 p.m.   |  FS 2.400   |  Computing Instruction Lab   |  Downtown Campus

Each bibliographic management software program can be used to save time, organize large collections of references, and automate the production of reference lists. This workshop covers basic procedures for creating reference collections, using “cite while you write” functions, and sharing bibliographies with co-authors and assistants.

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