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A RESOURCE AND OPPORTUNITY NEWSLETTER

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GRADUATE SCHOOL OFFICE OF GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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June 17, 2020                                                                                                                              

GENERAL INFORMATION

Library Guide for International Students

Online Office Hours for the Office of Graduate Professional Development

COVID-19 Resources for UF Graduate Students

Employee Assistance Program - Telehealth Counseling For Graduate Assistants

  

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Cultivating Gratitude

Coping with Anxiety: Restructuring Thoughts

What To Do If You’re Going on the Academic Job Market

Coping with Anxiety: Mindfulness

Developing Self-Compassion

Rescheduled: Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt

Self-Compassion

Coping with Anxiety: Calming and Relaxation Techniques

Taking a Gator Chomp Out of Social Anxiety

International Student Success Group

"Zoom"-ing into Nature: Online and Outside

Bereavement

Feeling All the Feels

From Project to Publication—the Art of Manuscript Revision

 

RESEARCH AND WRITING SKILLS

Introduction to Tableau

Introduction to Systematic Reviews

Mendeley

Learn this One Weird Trick to Share and Publish Research Work [That Isn't a Paper]

Improving the Rigor & Reproducibility of Animal Research Using ARRIVE

Introduction to PubMed

Research & Publication Ethics

 

CAREER CONNECTIONS CENTER

Online Career Connections Center Graduate Student Office Hours

Conquering the Teacher Interview

Leveling Up with Professionals: Cover Letters

Career Conversations: "Tell Me About Yourself" How to Answer Tough Interview Questions

Resume and Cover Letter Building

Quick Tips: Interviewing Strategies

Strategies for Virtual Networking

 

TEACHING

Designing Accessible Online Environments

Anti-Racist Theory & Teaching Practice

Ensuring Usability in Online Courses

No Walls Teaching Retreat Day 1

No Walls Teaching Retreat Day 2

First Year Faculty Teaching Academy

How to be a GREAT Online or Hybrid TA

 

RESOURCE SPOTLIGHT

University Writing Program Writer’s Studio

 

Library Guide for International Students

The George A. Smathers Library has designed a LibGuide to help international students navigate the libraries and enjoy all the services they offer. In "US University Libraries", you will find a short overview of how academic libraries in the US work and documents to help you understand and translate the specific vocabulary they use in the libraries. 

 

Click here for more information: Smathers Library International Student LibGuide

 

Questions? Contact Hélène Huet, International Student LibGuide Creator

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Online Office Hours for the Office of Graduate Professional Development

Tuesdays

11 a.m. – 12 noon

Zoom

 

Wednesdays

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Zoom

 

Looking for guidance and resources to aid in your professional development? Stop by the Office of Graduate Professional Development Office Hours! Our office can help you explore resources to build research and writing skills, find funding, start networking, revise your Individual Development Plan, and more. No appointment necessary.

 

If you need more specific help with your CV, résumé, personal statements, diversity statements, and other application materials for your job search, you may make an appointment for C3 at the Graduate School to meet with a specialist from the Career Connections Center. Email our C3 partner, Jaime Harsell, to make a virtual appointment.

 

Tuesdays

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Fridays

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Click here for more information: OGPD Office Hours

 

Questions? Contact Amanda Catron, Office of Graduate Professional Development

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COVID-19 Resources for UF Graduate Students

As we all face the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak together, accurate information and helpful contacts are vitally important to keep healthy and prevent its spread. Please see the Graduate School COVID-19 webpage for guidance and help during this unprecedented time.

 

Click here for the Graduate School COVID-19 Webpage

 

Questions? Contact Amanda Catron, Office of Graduate Professional Development

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Employee Assistance Program - Telehealth Counseling For Graduate Assistants

As an alternative to traditional face-to-face counseling, UF's Employee Assistance Program offers video, telephone and online chat options that are especially beneficial during these times. If you or a member of your household needs someone to talk to, you can access services 24/7 by calling the UF EAP's toll-free number, (833) 306-0103, or by visiting guidanceresources.com. If it is your first time visiting the website, click on the "Register" tab and enter UF's Web ID: UFEAP.

 

All UF faculty and staff as well as anyone who lives with them are entitled to up to six visits per person, per household, per event each calendar year. Please note that even if you have contacted the EAP already in 2020 for another reason, any issue related to the current pandemic may be considered a separate event, granting you and others six new sessions each, as needed.

 

If you are experiencing distress for any reason, meeting with a counselor online or by phone can help provide you with much-needed support and guidance, so please don't hesitate to reach out.

Click here for more information: Employee Assistance Program

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Cultivating Gratitude

Thursday, June 17, 2020

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Understand why gratitude is associated with positive adjustment and learn a specific strategy to practice gratitude in your daily life.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Workshops

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Coping with Anxiety - Restructuring Thoughts

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Coping with Anxiety is a three-part workshop (Restructuring Thoughts, Mindfulness, Calming and Relaxation Techniques). The modules are not sequential, so students can start at any point they would like. In part 1, Restructuring Thoughts, students will learn how anxiety and thinking styles are related, how their emotions, thoughts, and behavior are interrelated, and how to restructure their negative ways of thinking.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Groups

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Feeling All the Feels

Thursday, June 18, 2020

10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

 

This workshop is designed to help you explore emotions. It can help you recognize, understand, and increase your emotional awareness and expectations. This workshop will cover topics such as (but not limited to): identifying, differentiating, and expressing emotions, impact of emotions on behaviors and thoughts, managing fluctuations in moods, emotional avoidant strategies, and using emotional information to increase motivation and act as a guide in achieving goals. Since each session is slightly different, you may attend one, multiple, or all workshops. This workshop is offered June 18,  July 9, July 16, July 23, and July 30, always from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. on select Thursdays.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Workshops

 

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What To Do If You’re Going on the Academic Job Market

Friday, June 19, 2020

12 noon

 

As the academic job market application season begins, it is known that there will be much anxiety this year about available positions and how PhDs who are interested in academic careers can cope in such a competitive market. Join Beyond the Professoriate’s guest speakers in higher-ed to discuss strategies for navigating and preparing for the job market this year.

 

After attending the webinar, you will be able to:

 

  • Recognize there are many circumstances out of your control and strategies to cope with this uncertainty
  • Identify areas where you can prepare for going on the academic job market
  • Develop strong applications and supporting materials

 

Click here for registration: What to Do If You’re Going on the Academic Job Market

 

Click here for more information: Beyond the Professoriate

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Coping with Anxiety - Mindfulness

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Coping with Anxiety is a three-part workshop (Restructuring Thoughts, Mindfulness, Calming and Relaxation Techniques). The modules are not sequential, so students can start at any point they would like. In part 2, Mindfulness, students will learn what mindfulness is and is not, learn how to incorporate it into their daily routine, and practice specific techniques.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Groups

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Developing Self-Compassion

Friday, June 26, 2020

11 a.m. -12 noon

 

Friday, July 24, 2020

11 a.m. - 12 noon

 

Do you judge yourself harshly when things don’t go well? Do you engage in self-criticism or think “Why me?” when you run into hardships or failures? You are not alone! Learn how to reduce your self-critical voice and mind by engaging in self-compassion. Offered three times this summer, this workshop will discuss what self-compassion is and is not, discuss ways to practice self-compassion, and guide you through a self-compassion exercise. The Counseling and Wellness Center’s goal for this workshop is to provide an interactive, genuine, and connective space and dialogue with you!

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Workshops

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Rescheduled:
Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt

June 24, 2020

11 a.m. - 12 noon

 

Put aside your overloaded to-do list and join this time management workshop where you will learn real steps to take towards increased productivity, decreased stress, and improved schedule organization. Common pitfalls of time management will also be discussed including: the work/life balance myth, overcoming procrastination, and feelings of guilt when not working.

 

This workshop is part of the Summer 2020 Graduate Professional Development (PD) Series:  “Managing Stress and Anxiety as a Graduate Student” brought to you by UF’s Office of Graduate Professional Development. Rescheduled due to observance of Pause Day (#ShutDownAcademia #ShutDownSTEM) on June 10.

 

To save your seat for this workshops, register online via GIMS (Graduate Information Management System) by clicking this link: Log on to GIMS. Zoom link and password will be sent 24 hours before the workshop.

 

Questions? Contact Amanda Catron, Office of Graduate Professional Development.

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Self-Compassion

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

This skill building session will encourage you to reflect on ways you engage in self-criticism vs. self-compassion, provide an overview of self-compassion, and discuss ways to practice self-compassion. There will be time reserved for Q&A at the end of the session.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Groups

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Coping with Anxiety - Calming and Relaxation Techniques

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Coping with Anxiety is a three-part workshop (Restructuring Thoughts, Mindfulness, Calming and Relaxation Techniques). The modules are not sequential, so students can start at any point they would like. In part 3, Calming and Relaxation Techniques, students will learn skills and knowledge that allow them to ground and relax, improve sleep, and understand impact of food on anxiety. There will also be an overview of resources available at CWC for anxiety management.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Groups

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Taking a Gator Chomp Out of Social Anxiety

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

11 a.m. - 12 noon

 

In this workshop, you will learn what social anxiety is and the common ways it is managed. Then you will learn practical ways to challenge social anxiety if these coping skills fail. Finally, you will receive resources about where to go if you need additional support.

 

This workshop is part of the Summer 2020 Graduate Professional Development (PD) Series:  “Managing Stress and Anxiety as a Graduate Student” brought to you by UF’s Office of Graduate Professional Development.

 

To save your seat for this workshops, register online via GIMS (Graduate Information Management System) by clicking this link: Log on to GIMS. Zoom link and password will be sent 24 hours before the workshop.

 

Questions? Contact Amanda Catron, Office of Graduate Professional Development.

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International Student Success Group

Wednesdays, Summer C

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

 

If you need a safe, supportive, and comfortable place to discuss adjustment and cross-cultural experiences in the United States, please consider joining the International Student Success Group offered by the UF Counseling and Wellness Center.  The group will be facilitated by two counselors on Zoom.  A wide range of topics will be discussed and processed in a confidential setting.  Many international students find a sense of community in this group.  Please contact Dr. Shu-Yi Wang if interested.

 

Click here for more information: Counseling and Wellness Center Groups

 

Questions? Contact Dr. Shu-Yi Wang, Counseling and Wellness Center

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"Zoom"-ing into Nature: Online and Outside

Tuesdays, Summer A

2 p.m. - 3 p.m.

 

Join this workshop as how metaphors found in nature can give us insights into ourselves is explored. Experience what the sky, ground, flowers, trees, and water can offer us. Thought-provoking questions will be asked to help you connect with yourself, with others and to think outside (the box). You will have an opportunity to engage with workshop participants or you can simply listen and enjoy the beautiful views.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Workshops 

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Bereavement

Tuesdays, Summer C

3 p.m. - 4 p.m.

 

In this workshop, students will have the opportunity to understand and explore emotions related to their experiences of grief and loss. Grief occurs in response to the loss of someone or something significant, and can result in painful and debilitating emotions. This workshop is conversational in nature and offers a space for discussing healthy and unhealthy ways of coping with losses. During this time, it is important to take care of yourself and seek support to start accepting this loss and giving it meaning. Healing usually occurs while connecting with others who may have experienced a similar loss. This weekly workshop is offered to students who would like to attend on a drop-in basis. Repeated attendance is not required but can be highly helpful.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Counseling and Wellness Center Workshops 

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From Project to Publication the Art of Manuscript Revision

Wednesdays, June 3, 2020 - June 24, 2020

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Despite an ever-escalating emphasis on publication, not many academics receive formal training in how to craft and revise our academic writing. From Project to Publication lays out an array of practices and frameworks that support academic writers in transforming a manuscript-in-process into a submitted article. Across the weeks, participants will be guided through distinct stages of the revision process – from deepening an argument, to clarifying an under-represented perspective, to integrating feedback without losing sight of personal investments.

Provided by the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity. UF has an institutional membership, which gives you access to a free membership. To activate it, please click here: National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

Click here for more information and registration: From Project to Publication Series

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Introduction to Tableau

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

12 noon – 1 p.m.

 

This online  workshop will introduce the basics of using Tableau  & Tableau Public ( free tool version)  for  creating Data Visualizations and Dashboards.  Participants will learn what Tableau is, along with strengths and limitations. Also includes resources for continued learning.

 

Click here for more information: Introduction to Tableau

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Introduction to Systematic Reviews

Thursday, June 18, 2020

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

 

This online workshop covers steps in the process of conducting the literature searches that serve as the foundation of a high-quality systematic review. It defines and gives examples of the tasks involved: term harvesting, snowballing, tracking results, identifying/locating relevant grey literature.

 

Click here for more information: Introduction to Systematic Reviews

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Mendeley

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Do you want a citation management software that will follow you wherever your education and career path take you? Mendeley is a free citation management resource that you can use during your time at UF or anywhere else you may go in the future. In this class, you will learn how to use Mendeley to import references from different databases (or other citation management software!), sort your citations and annotate papers, and insert collected citations directly into your own papers.

 

Click here for more information: Mendeley

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Learn This One Weird Trick to Share and Publish Research Work [That Isn't a Paper]

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

 

It can take a long time for research to be published as a peer-reviewed publication, which can be a burden for early career researchers (ECRs) when they apply for fellowships, grants, and jobs. This workshop will survey various tools and platforms that enable researchers to share and publish interim products, such as data, code, protocols, posters, etc.; to solicit feedback, demonstrate accomplishments, and get cited for work that isn't a peer-reviewed publication. (Both NSF and NIH accept interim products in grant applications and reports, provided they are citable.)

 

Click here for more information: Learn This One Weird Trick to Share and Publish Research Work

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Improving the Rigor & Reproducibility of Animal Research Using ARRIVE

Thursday, June 25, 2020

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

 

Transparent and complete reporting is a cornerstone of reproducible research. However, animal research is often reported poorly, and investigators and organizations responsible for research integrity seem to be insufficiently aware of the consequences of poor reporting. The ARRIVE reporting guidelines, first released in 2010, are a checklist of the minimal essential information required to allow independent appraisal of research for reproducibility, relevance, and conformity with best scientific practice. Guideline items can also enable investigators to identify and incorporate best practice procedures into their research before experiments begin. This comprehensive set of recommendations enables investigators to adhere to standards identified by NIH for reproducible research.

 

Click here for more information: ARRIVE

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Introduction to PubMed

Monday, June 29, 2020

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

 

This class will take you step-by-step through effective literature search and save techniques—starting smartly, limiting efficiently without losing “good stuff”, searching for specific info (authors, types of publications, specific journals) and refining your search. Depending on participant interests/needs and time, we may also cover setting up email alerts, transferring to bibliographic software like RefWorks or EndNote, filtering for evidence-based studies, building collections within PubMed or other functions within PubMed.

 

Click here for more information: Introduction to PubMed

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Research & Publication Ethics

Monday, July 1, 2020

10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

 

This workshop is an overview of best practices in the process of conducting and disseminating research, from an ethical and legal perspective.  It covers issues related to intellectual property & attribution, copyright infringement & fair use, and the ethical use of research data.

 

Click here for more information: Research & Publication Ethics

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Online Career Connections Center Graduate Student Office Hours 

The UF Career Connections Center (C3) continues to offer virtual support and resources to assist graduate students in their professional development and career readiness needs. The hours for the C3 Office Hours in the Graduate School changed on May 26th and are now the following:

 

Tuesdays

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Fridays

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

 

To make an appointment, please email our C3 partner, Jaime Harsell.

 

Click here for more information: C3 at the Graduate School

 

Questions? Contact Talline Martins, Office of Graduate Professional Development.

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Conquering the Teacher Interview

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Have you thought about being a teacher? Maybe it’s a profession you’re passionate about or a recent career path that you’re considering. During Conquering the Teacher Interview common fears, worries, or anxieties related to interviewing for teaching positions and how to conquer them with confidence will be discussed. Educators from school districts will also share advice on how to work through those tricky and often challenging interview questions. Prior interview experience is not required for participation.

 

Click here for more information: Conquering the Teacher Interview

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Leveling Up with Professionals: Cover Letters

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

12 noon – 5 p.m.

 

The Career Connections Center is working with our certified career services professionals, UF alumni, and employer partners to provide UF students with the opportunity to review and elevate their cover letters by getting support from folks that are working in various fields.

 

Last Day of Registration: June 18, 2020

 

Click here to register: Cover Letters Registration

 

Click here for more information: Leveling Up with Professionals: Cover Letters

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Career Conversations:
"Tell Me About Yourself" How to Answer Tough Interview Questions

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

3 p.m. – 4 p.m.

 

During this Career Conversations, we’ll discuss common fears, worries, or anxieties related to interviewing and how to work through those tricky and over challenging interview questions. The prior interview experience is not required for participation.

 

Career Conversations are informal, small group conversations facilitated by a C3 staff member. The purpose is to discuss a variety of career planning topics and is a space for students with similar goals or who have similar questions and concerns to learn from each other. Come join us and build community as you Learn About Yourself and Develop Professionally.

 

Click here for more information: “Tell Me About Yourself” How to Answer Tough Interview Questions

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Resume and Cover Letter Building

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

3 p.m. – 4 p.m.

 

Understand the purpose and power of a resume and cover letter when searching for experience. Students will leave knowing the proper content, style, and format for resume writing and cover letter development in addition to identifying strategies to strengthen each document.

 

Click here for more information: Resume and Cover Letter Building

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Quick Tips: Interviewing Strategies

Monday, June 29, 2020

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Career readiness skills = life skills. Students will learn some quick tips for interviewing that will leave a lasting positive impression when interviewing for part-time, full-time, internship, volunteer, or extracurricular positions.

 

Click here for more information: Quick Tips: Interviewing Strategies

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Strategies for Virtual Networking

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Did you know? Your career can start with a conversation. Networking is one of the most effective ways to start having conversations and creating connections in your career journey.

 

But what do you do in the times of social distancing, when in person-networking is impossible? Invest some of your time this summer engaging in virtual networking.

 

Why? 80% of jobs are never advertised and are found through networking.

 

In this presentation, learn tips for professional communication and what it means to be professional in virtual networking. Gain strategies to build professional connections and network authentically with ideas of who to talk to and what to say during your summer networking.

 

Click here for more information: Strategies for Virtual Networking

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Designing Accessible Online Environments

Available Now

Self-Paced

 

UFIT’s Center for Instructional Technology & Training is offering two free online accessibility trainings to help faculty, staff, TAs, and graduate assistants adapt their online materials. Both courses have been recently updated to provide an introduction to online inclusivity and best practices for developing content that is accessible to all students and users. Trainings are available in both self-paced and facilitated online formats.

 

Accessible Online Environments is a two-week, facilitated online workshop that introduces best practices for creating accessible instructional resources. Participants will create hands-on activities to reinforce concepts and earn the Accessible Online Environments digital badge upon successful completion. The synchronous version of this workshop counts toward two of UFIT’s certificate of completion programs: Best Practices for Teaching Online and Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility. Click here for more information and registration: Accessible Online Environments

 

The second offering is a self-paced training--Accessibility Fundamentals. This course is available to start and revisit as needed. Please note: The self-paced offering does not count toward any certificate program. Click here for more information and registration: Accessibility Fundamentals

 

Anyone who would like more information on these trainings or other courses offered by the CITT may email Assistant Director Shannon Dunn.

 

Questions? Contact Shannon Dunn, Assistant Director, CITT

 

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Anti-Racist Theory & Teaching Practice

Monday, June 22, 2020

2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

 

This workshop will offer an introductory definition and understanding of anti-racism and highlight practical ways to begin to apply anti-racist strategies in your class. This workshop is meant to assist you with your own work to self-education around this topic and practice. 

 

Click here for more information: Anti-Racist Theory & Teaching Practice

 

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Ensuring Usability for Online Courses

Monday, June 29, 2020

Available all day, 2-3 hour commitment

 

Usability greatly impacts the learner's experience; poor usability can result in disappointing student engagement levels and retention issues.

 

In this training, you’ll analyze the importance of usability and accessibility in online courses, apply improvement strategies and provide clear directions to students. 

 

Click here for more information: Ensuring Usability for Online Courses

 

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No Walls Teaching Retreat Day 1

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

9 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Day one of the No Walls Teaching retreat will focus on how you can humanize your course and will include a student panel. This event is part of the #NoWallsTeaching movement.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Retreat Day 1

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No Walls Teaching Retreat Day 2

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

 

Day two of the No Walls Teaching retreat will cover creating a liquid syllabus and mini escape rooms to engage students with syllabus content. This event is part of the #NoWallsTeaching movement.

 

Click here for more information and registration: Retreat Day 2

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First Year Faculty Teaching Academy

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 – Thursday, July 30, 2020

9 a.m. – 12 noon

Application due July 21

 

Are you new to UF? New to Teaching? Register for the First Year Faculty Teaching Academy!

The Center for Teaching Excellence is now accepting participant nominations for the Summer 2020 cohort of the First Year Faculty Teaching Academy (FYFTA). This workshop series is created for graduate students and faculty who are in their first few years of teaching at the University of Florida.

Participants must be able to commit to attending all three synchronous online seminar sessions.

 

Upon completion of the program, participants receive a copy of What the Best College Teachers Do by Ken Bain, 500 miles towards the Great Teaching for New Faculty Certificate, and the FYFTA badge. Please visit the FYFTA webpage for more details. Space is limited, so make sure to secure your spot! If you are interested in attending, please submit an application.

 

Click here for more information: First Year Faculty Teaching Academy

 

Click here for the application: First Year Faculty Teaching Academy Application

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How to Be a GREAT Online or Hybrid TA 

Learn about teaching best practice and campus resources that will help you get up to speed quickly. Complete four required modules plus choose one of four optional modules to earn your certificate of completion. This workshop is required for graduate assistants supporting UF Online courses. This workshop will earn 200 miles towards your Passport to Great Teaching certificate of participation. Estimated time to complete the full workshop is 4 – 5 hours (depending upon your choice of optional modules.)

 

Click here for more information and registration: How to Be a Great Online or Hybrid TA

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Resource Spotlight: University Writing Program Writer’s Studio

The new Writing Studio is committed to helping University of Florida students and faculty meet their academic and professional goals by becoming better writers. We support independent learning and encourage scholarship by providing one-on-one consultations, workshops tailored to specific classes (graduate and undergraduate), and faculty retreats focusing on publishing original research.

One-on-one tutorials: The Writing Studio is a free service for current UF graduate and undergraduate students. Students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a consultant on issues specific to their own particular development. Because our aim is to help students become more effective writers, we do not simply proofread or edit documents. We can, however, assist students to become better proofreaders and editors of their own work.

Click here to learn more about one-on-one tutorials : The Writing Studio Appointment Information

Click here to schedule a one-on-one tutorial: The Writing Studio Appointment Registration

Questions? Contact Dr. Martin Simpson, The Writing Studio

Click here for more information: University Writing Program Writer’s Studio

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