CIRTL workshops offer the opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, and students at other universities around a specific topic, without the time commitment of a course. Workshops typically involve some pre- and post-session work. Space is limited and advanced registration is required to attend these online workshops from the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) Network.
Each workshop opens for registration at the start of the term (fall, spring, or summer), and closes when it reaches capacity. Some workshops may also have specific audiences. As a participant from a CIRTL Network member institution, your registration receives priority for any programs that are offered (as long as spots are available).
Get an introduction to how you can prepare for a teaching demonstration – questions to anticipate, and strategies to navigate what you can’t anticipate – in this one-session workshop.
A two-part workshop that invites participants to consider how they might use CIRTL’s “Teaching as Research” framework to advance equitable educational experiences.