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Provost's Series on Instructional Excellence

Thursday, Mar. 14, 2013

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Utah State University’s Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost continue the “Provost’s Series on Instructional Excellence” Tuesday, March 19. The session runs 3:30-5 p.m. at Merrill-Cazier Library, Room 154.


A variety of resources that support instructional excellence will be reviewed. Faculty who want to redesign a course or who are frustrated with grading should attend. IDEA course evaluations will also be discussed.


Panel participants include Janis Boettinger, vice provost and interim director of USU’s STE2M Center, John Louviere, director, Center for Innovative Design and Instruction (formerly, FACT Center) and Michael Torrens, director, Office of Analysis, Assessment and Accreditation.


For interested faculty not on the Logan campus, the session will be broadcast to a number of regional campuses and distance education sites. Broadcast venues for the workshop include:


Blanding: Admin Conf Rm

Brigham: Room 207

Ephraim: Room G

Moab: Room N

Price: TBA

Roosevelt: SC-177

Salt Lake: Room A

Tooele: Room 163

Vernal: Room B110


The presentation will also be recorded.


Related link:

Provost’s Office


Contact: Michele Hillard, (435) 797-1166, michele.hillard@usu.edu

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