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The Freedman Fellows 2007 Award Program: Meeting Fri., 4/13/07
Learn more about the Freedman Fellows Awards Program and how it might aid in your curriculum re-design & development of information and technology skills, and create a deliverable project for your next academic year. Join us for an informational meeting with lunch on Friday, April 13, 2007, to hear more about what the Freedman Fellows Program involves. (Interested faculty are required to attend this meeting in order to be considered, and application instructions will be distributed at the luncheon.)
Winners of this year's program will receive $3,000 stipends and will attend a week-long seminar May 21-25. During that week, the six Freedman Fellows will learn more about instructional design & learning principles, developing new technological skills, copyright, and more, in a combination of seminars & hands-on learning. In addition to showcasing the Freedman Center's potential, a goal of the week-long program is to support the faculty development of information and research skill objectives for undergraduate students. The program is a unique opportunity to re-design teaching styles in a setting with seminars, practical application time, and staff assistance.
Join us for more information on how to challenge your own learning style, your students experiences, and more details on the Freedman Fellows 2007 Award Program!
The annual Freedman Fellows Program is a collaboration between the Kelvin Smith Library, the College of Arts and Sciences, the University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE), and Information Technology and Academic Computing (ITAC).
Posted by Karen Oye on April 5, 2007 01:15 PM