Please join us for dinner and an orientation program as we look at the ways the LTC can support you in the work you do as an adjunct faculty member. Click here for more information. There are two chances to join:
Monday, August 29 from 6:00-8:00 pm, LTC Forum 044
Thursday, September 1 from 6:00-8:00 pm, LTC Forum 044
Registration for the LTC's fall Reading Group is Underway
Join facilitators Beth Harrison (LTC) and Jeanne Holcomb (Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work) for weekly discussions on the book "The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy" by Maggie Berg and Barbara Seeber. The group will begin meeting on Wednesday, September 21.
Join various facilitators for discussions of teaching and learning that focus on issues and questions central to the work of UD faculty and staff. Information regarding individual sessions and topics is located on the registration sheet.
Webinar Opportunity - Move beyond civility: how to facilitate difficult dialogues in the classroom
This Fall the LTC will host a webinar called Move Beyond Civility: How to Facilitate Difficult Dialogues in the Classroom. There are two opportunities to join. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, September 27 with a repeat on Thursday, October 27.
Campus Conversation sessions are planned on a number of engaging topics including: Using Board Games to Enhance Student Learning (September 19.), Using the NYTimes.com in the Classroom (September 28), and Engaging Diverse Students in the Classroom (September 29), along with several others throughout the semester.
We heard your call and now we're here! Visit Walk-In Tutoring during its new days and times: Sundays through Thursdays from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM in Marianist Hall Learning Space. Visit us at go.udayton.edu/tutoring for more information.
Global Learning Support
Take advantage of the many ways you can learn from and with people different from yourself! The Office of Learning Resources offers a wide variety of services to help everyone become successful learners in American classrooms.