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This interactive workshop will discuss the basic elements of grant proposals from identifying the destination through completing the components of a full application. We will discuss how to identify your audience and explain the significance of your proposed research.
Assurance of Learning Day 1. On October 23, we will have short presentations on the faculty role in assessment, identifying learning outcomes and using backward design to plan learning outcomes. For more information see the Assurance of Learning web page Join the Zoom meeting
This training will cover accessing the RNUA system, entering activities, editing activities, monitoring the disclosures' review status, responding to reviewer feedback, and viewing past disclosures. Furthermore, this workshop will present information about activities that represent Conflict of Commitment and Interest, and the procedures to follow in those cases.
Are we creating a society of degreed versus learned individuals? What can we do to engage super-connected “iGen” students of today with diminishing attention spans in our classrooms? How can we teach to instill excitement, curiosity, and a passion for life-long learning among our students? These are some of the challenges that continue to confront us in academia.
Assurance of Learning Day 2. October 30 builds on the prior session with three hands-on sessions addressing learning outcomes and curriculum mapping, collecting data, and analyzing data. For more information see the Assurance of Learning web page Join the Zoom meeting
Blended learning is an approach to learning that combines face-to-face and online learning experiences. Ideally, each (both online and off) will complement the other by using its particular strength. In this session, we will explore best practices for blended learning. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83022052352?pwd=OW1tUm1LREFwZ1lsZHg4NGgzc3lyZz09
This work group session will provide an overview of two internal funding opportunities for faculty research projects. We will explore how to use these grants to help build a research agenda. In addition, the group will practice review of funder guidelines and discuss applicable proposal objectives.
This session will discuss the organization of advising at UIS, and share some best practices in advising. Additionally, it will demonstrate how students can use the new Advise U app to schedule an appointment with an advisor. The session will also demonstrate the “find my advisor” app on the UIS website. The discussion will take place on Zoom:
Formerly known as the Summer Competitive Scholarly Research Grant program (SCSRG), this year the CSRG program is available for year-round projects. Information is available at https://www.uis.edu/research/faculty-research-support/faculty-grants/.
We will discuss the UIS pre-award submission process and how the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs can help your team meet application deadlines without panic. You will receive a timeline template to document application components, assignments, and due dates. This is an interactive session where you will fill in your own timeline in preparation for your next grant
Blended learning is an approach to learning that combines face-to-face and online learning experiences. Ideally, each (both online and off) will complement the other by using its particular strength. In this session, we will explore best practices for blended learning. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89710021909?pwd=Tjg2TFpadC9tRDVLdDNubmZET0dqZz09