TFSC: “Academic Integrity at UA: Some Faculty Perceptions”

Paul Cronan, Professor and M. D. Matthews Endowed Chair in Information Systems for Walton College of Business, and Chris Bryson, Executive Director of Academic Initiatives and Integrity, gave a presentation titled “Academic Integrity at UA: Some Faculty...

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TFSC: Ed Clausen, Wally Cordes Chair Discussion on Engaging Students in the Large Classroom

Ed Clausen, March 2018 Wally Cordes Chair, Associate Department Head, and Professor in the College of Engineering, led a discussion on engaging students in the large classroom titled, “How Can We Reach Students, Particularly in Large Classrooms?” In this...

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Faculty Spotlight: “Beyoncé and Black Feminism” – Designing and Developing Your Dream Course

Dr. Constance Bailey, Assistant Professor of English/African American Studies, gave a talk on her experiences with developing her course “Beyoncé and Black Feminism”  for the Department of English’s Pedagogy Lunch Series. During this talk Dr. Bailey...

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TFSC: Using Copyrighted Material in the Physical or Virtual Classroom

Lora Lennertz, Director for Academic and Research Services for the University of Arkansas Libraries, gave a presentation titled “Using Copyrighted Material in the Physical or Virtual Classroom.” Lennertz, who has 35 years of experience working with...

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Creating a Survey in Blackboard

A great way to get anonymous student feedback is to create a survey through Blackboard. This allows you to ask students questions about teaching, course materials, assignments, and texts and get honest feedback (since it is anonymous). You can also give students a grade for taking the survey (to ensure student responses). Some instructors use surveys to ask students if they like the text book, the topics in the course, or what topics they would like to see in the future as well as asking questions for research purposes.

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TFSC: Using Video Feedback for Student Grading

Kate Shoulders, Associate Professor in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences department, gave a presentation at the Teaching and Faculty Support Center (TFSC) Winter Symposium titled “Retire Your Red Pen! Using Video Recorded...

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