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The Title III
Project provides funds to the University over five years for
improving academic quality by strengthening the learner-centered nature of
the curriculum. The grant project increases Viterbo's institutional
effectiveness and impact by implementing a comprehensive program of
organizational change. The primary goals are to improve academic programs
college wide through outcome oriented curricular reform and to improve
teaching and learning through faculty development.
5/13/08 - Work Report 6 for Assessment Day
We are seeking programmatic data regarding student learning. Refer to the information given during Assessment Day and open this Word document for eligibility:
Download Work Report 6 here.
For more information about Work Report 6 please read over
3/31/08 - Congratulations to Lilly West Conference
Congratulations to the everyone who recently presented at the 20th
annual Lilly West conference in Pomona, CA. Use the links below to
view the PowerPoint presentations given by these individuals at the conference:
1/24/08 - 3rd Annual Demonstration Faire Posters Online!
For those members of the Viterbo community who did not have a chance to stop
by this year's Title III Demonstration Faire, or for those of you who would
like a second chance to take a look at the creative teaching and learning
projects presented during this event, please feel free to use the following
link to gain access to all 18 of the posters displayed during this year's
Demonstration Faire: Demo
Or try following this link to view some
photographs taken during the event.
10/10/07 - Congratulations to Biology!
Conference Website: http://www.acube.org
From everyone in Title III, we send congratulations to several members of the Biology Department who were funded by Title III to present last week at the
51st Annual Meeting of the Association of College & University Biology Educators
Learning by Doing: Integrating Teaching and Research in the Biology Classroom
at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa.
Their presentations were entitled:
10/5/07 - Congratulations to Phyllis Blackstone!
Congratulations to Phyllis Blackstone, Associate Professor of Education, who
will be presenting her work on literacy coaching entitled “The Use of
Storytelling in Coaching” at the POD Conference this month in Pittsburgh,
10/5/07 - Congratulations to Social Work!
Also, we send our congratulations to Deb Daehn-Zellmer, Connie Fossen and Jenny Anderson-Meger
of Social Work, who are presenting three individual posters this week at the Lily West North Conference in Traverse City, Michigan.
Their posters are entitled:
- Increasing Knowledge and Empathy of Family Issues
Using Cooperative Learning Groups
- Four Corners:
Enhanced Group Work
Assessing Program Outcomes by Utilizing Field
Education Learning Activities and Skill Evaluations
The conference theme is Blueprints for Student Learning and will showcase faculty from various disciplines who are doing great work in the area of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning!
10/5/07 - Congratulations to Accounting!
And finally, from everyone in Title III, we send our congratulations to Jo Ann Marson and Denise Probert
of Accounting, who are presenting individual posters this week at the
2007 Colloquium on Change in Accounting Education
in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Their posters are entitled:
- Assessing Ethics Education in a Capstone Course
- Assessing Ethics
Conference Website: http://www.thecolloquium.com/
10/5/07 - 8th Annual Texas A&M University Assessment
Faculty, Please consider submitting a proposal for the
Partnerships in Assessment:
8th Annual Texas A&M University Assessment Conference
February 17-19, 2008
College Station, Texas
Proposals Due: October 19, 2007
8/28/07 - Lilly West 2008 Conference Learning By Design
8/15/07 - 5th Annual Teaching Professor Conference
Faculty, please consider submitting a proposal for the upcoming conference:
Lilly West 2008 Conference
Learning By Design
March 21-22, 2008 at the Kellogg West Ranch at Cal Poly Pomona.
Proposals Due: September 28, 2007
The Teaching Professor newsletter and Magna Publications invite presentation, panel discussion, and interactive poster session proposals for the fifth annual Teaching Professor Conference.
May 16-18, 2008 in Kissimmee, Florida
Call for proposal deadline: October 19, 2007
7/20/07 - Active Learning and Technology Project Work Report Due August
For those faculty members who have undertaken, or plan to undertake,
large-scale technology projects with Title III, an additional work report
must be completed.
This Active Learning and Technology Project Work Report (aka, Work Report 5)
should be submitted to Theresa Moore by no later than Friday, August 17th.
If you are uncertain as to whether you need to complete this Work Report,
please contact Theresa Moore at
firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 3392.
Use this link to download a blank
Work Report 5