Oct 18 – ArcGIS Online

20 October 2022

Non-GIS users often encounter two major challenges in making and using maps, lack of (1) ready-to-use geospatial data, and (2) a platform that displays geospatial data from different sources. ArcGIS…

Sept 27 – 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…

April 26 – Makerspace Tour

5 May 2022

A recent article suggests that Makerspaces can have a positive impact on mental health. The Class of 1969 Makerspace in Anderson Hall invites you to come see how you can improve mental health, see…

April 5, 2022: Climate Change Throughout the Curriculum

13 April 2022

Climate change is transforming our civilization in fundamental ways. How can we help our students confront transformation? No single discipline owns this multifaceted problem.  It has relevance to every field…

Sept 21, 2021: Lessons Learned from Pandemic Teaching

6 October 2021

What innovations or discoveries from our teaching experiences during the pandemic merit being carried forward? What new approaches did you try? What worked better than you perhaps expected? A panel…

April 20, 2021: Decolonizing your Syllabus: Implicitly and Explicitly

29 April 2021

In the context of our ongoing work in inclusion, diversity, and equity, many groups on campus have been discussing the cultural and racial perspectives that have shaped many of our…

April 6, 2021: Peer Mentoring Programs in Academic Programs Supporting BIPOC Students

29 April 2021

Several academic programs at Carleton programs are working with peer mentors to increase support for BIPOC and other students with historically underrepresented identities. Daniel Hernández and one of the mentors will…

Feb 23, 2021: The Teaching Toolbox Best Practices for Supporting Students in Carleton’s Larger Classes

28 April 2021

Many of the teaching techniques demonstrated to support a diverse community of learners in small classes (e.g., connecting with students personally, seeing students as individuals) can be difficult to adapt…

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…

Nov. 5, 2019: Self-Assessment as a Tool for Student Learning

18 November 2019

This session will address ways that faculty can incorporate self-assessment as one component of student feedback. Effective self-assessment encourages the development of metacognitive skills necessary for higher-order thinking. Faculty, staff,…

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