.View Panel: Lumen Circles – A Panel Conversation
Trudi E. Jacobson, MLS, MA, Distinguished Librarian, Head, Information Literacy Department, University at Albany.
Dr. Nicole Simon Professor, Engineering/Physics/Technology, Nassau Community College.
Rob Faivre, Professor of English, SUNY Adirondack.
Sophia Georgiakaki is a Professor of Mathematics at Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3).
Rachel Rigolino is the Coordinator of the Supplemental Writing Workshop (SWW) Program at SUNY New Paltz.
Tracks: Online Faculty, Online Instructional Designer
DAY 4: Thursday, February 25, 2021
3:00 – 4:30PM
As part of SUNY’s overall effort to provide broad reaching support for faculty using or considering using open educational resources (OER), SUNY OER Services (SOS) and SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD) coordinate to offer Lumen Circles Fellowships at no cost to campuses and faculty.
This fellowship offers faculty a structured opportunity to explore effective instructional practices that support student success and learn how to apply these practices to their own teaching. Fellows connect and share ideas with the other faculty in their circle and critically reflect on the areas they want to grow as teachers.
Join SUNY CPD and SOS for a facilitated conversation and a guided tour of Lumen Circles and the virtual communities of practice that make the fellowship a transformative experience for educators. Attendees will hear and learn directly from SUNY faculty about how the fellowship expands their understanding of evidence-based teaching practices and strengthens teaching and learning.