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IUSE SoTL Conference

The IU Southeast SoTL Conference offers participants the opportunity to build community and network while enhancing their skills and understanding of the SoTL.

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Faculty and Staff Book Club – Relationship Rich Education: How Human Connections Drive Success in College

What single factor makes for an excellent college education? As it turns out, it’s pretty simple: human relationships. Decades of research demonstrate the transformative potential and the lasting legacies of a relationship-rich college experience. Critics suggest that to build connections with peers, faculty, staff, and other mentors is expensive and only an option at elite institutions where instructors have the luxury of time with students. But in this revelatory book brimming with the voices of students, faculty, and staff from across the country, Peter Felten and Leo M. Lambert argue that relationship-rich environments can and should exist for all students at all types of institutions.

AI For Beginners

This session will introduce the basics of AI, give an overview of what it can, and cannot, do, and provide some practical suggestions for working with AI in the classroom.

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Faculty and Staff Book Club – Ask Powerful Questions

If you want to become a better educator and facilitate an ice breaker conversation with colleagues...this book is for you. Ask Powerful Questions invites the reader on a journey that explores: the clarity of intent, connecting through rapport, creating openness, reflective listening, and empathy. How can we explore the space between ourselves and others, and exchange meaningful perspectives? Just ask—powerfully.

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Writing Retreat

A Writing Retreat provides a focused block of time and supportive environment for you to commit to and have some level of accountability for accomplishing a research goal. There will be no planned programming, instead it will be a time for you to focus on your research/writing goals and hopefully be very productive! See below […]

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Work Sprint

Do you need to set aside time to work on your research? Or do you have other work you need to complete? Perhaps completing a task for a research project, grading, recording/creating course content, reading? Would having some focused time to work on it help?