Feb 14, 2023 – What Does Bias Mean in Your Class

17 February 2023

What do students mean when they say something is “biased”? What do we mean? Over the years, “bias” has made its way into our colloquial lexicon and become a catch-all…

Sept 27, 2022 – A “Liberal Arts Laboratory”: Teaching with Archives, Maps, and Rare Books

29 September 2022

Working with Gould Library’s unique physical collections of archives, rare books, artists’ books, and print maps provide students with hands-on, active learning opportunities. This session will highlight creative approaches to…

Feb 2, 2021: Annotated Bibliographies as a Way to Map the Scholarly Conversation

28 April 2021

Annotated bibliographies are deceptively simple, but they come in many forms, fulfill many functions, and work towards varying goals. Some annotated bibliography assignments are meant to help students begin the…

Jan 21, 2020: Teaching With Census Data: Experiences Across Campus

15 January 2020

Census 2020 is almost underway, and in this timely session faculty panelists will share experiences of teaching students how to use census data to support learning and research. Faculty will…

Apr. 30, 2019: Academic Reading in the Digital Age

2 May 2019

Current realities mean that students will likely read in many formats, digital and otherwise, as they do their course work. With this in mind, what are the affordances of digital…

Oct. 31: Sharing Our Search History: Revealing shared curricular goals within disciplinary assessments

28 February 2018

The research landscape has changed dramatically in a short period of time. Do you ever wonder how your students navigate the complex universe of literature in your field? Many departments…

May 9, 2017: Truth, Information Literacy, and the American Way: Assignments that Make Sense of Current Events

10 May 2017

Continuing the campus discussion about how we respond to current events, this panel will feature faculty and librarians discussing assignments and strategies to encourage critical thinking and information literacy in…

Nov 15, 2016: Writing for Wikipedia: Public Scholarship & Sharing to Learn

28 October 2016

We will share the experience of three courses from three different disciplines that have each incorporated a Wikipedia assignment to provide students with practice publicly sharing their scholarship. Each of…

Spring 2016: The Fabric of Our Campus

4 April 2016

This term’s LTC lunches have a wide variety, touching on issues of student life, research projects that combine faculty and students, and advising.  Together, they are an opportunity for us to use the LTC to make our learning environment stronger.