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USG Faculty Development Monthly Series:
Academic Year 2008-2009

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Linda Noble
Office of Faculty Affairs
Phone: 404-656-0763 or 404-656-0764
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The 2008-2009 USG Faculty Development Sessions are available by clicking here to access the USG iTunes U site. The sessions are offered in both video and audio formats.


October 17, 2008

Going the Distance: Designing and Delivering Quality Online Courses and Degree Programs

Chris Randall, Kennesaw State University

Target Audience: USG Faculty

Due to the length of the workshop the entire workshop has been divided into three recorded parts.

  • Part One (28 minutes)
  • Part Two (42 minutes)
  • Part Three (1 hour, 35 minutes)

November 14, 2008

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Copyright & Fair Use In the University System of Georgia

Gail Gunnells, General Counsel for TRX

Target Audience: USG Faculty & Librarians

Due to the length of the workshop the entire workshop has been divided into three recorded parts.

  • Part One (54 minutes)
  • Part Two (1 hour, 25 minutes)
  • Part Three (35 minutes)

January 23, 2009

Developing Research & Teaching Portfolios

Susan Herbst & Linda Noble, University System of Georgia

Target Audience: Tenure-track Faculty

  • Developing Research Portfolios – Susan Herbst (1 hour, 40 minutes)
  • Developing Teaching Portfolios – Linda M. Noble (1 hour, 35 minutes)

February 13, 2009

Successful Grant Writing

Tina Straley, Executive Director, The Mathematical Association of America

Target Audience: All USG Faculty

  • Successful Grant Writing (1 hour, 53 minutes)

March 6, 2009

Scholarly Communication

Cliff Lynch, Bill Potter, Michael Best, Tyler Walters and Tom Maier

Target Audience: USG Faculty & Librarians

Due to the length of the workshop the entire workshop has been divided into four recorded parts

  • Part One
    A Changing Society, Changing Scholarly Practices, and the New Landscape of Scholarly Communication Clifford Lynch (1 hour, 20 minutes)

  • Part Two
    The Current State of Journal Publishing & Open Access Journals 2.0
    Bill Potter and Michael Best (59 minutes)

  • Part Three
    Repository Programs: What Can They Do for Faculty
    Tyler Walters (53 minutes)

  • Part Four
    Cyber Infrastructure: Removing Barriers in Research and Scholarly Communications Tom Maier (38 minutes)


April 23, 2009

Institutional Effectiveness & Student Learning Assessment, Day 1

  • Student Learning: Forces, Issues and Expectations
    Tom Benberg (58 minutes)

  • New Directions for the Regent’s Advisory Committee on Institutional Effectiveness
    Bob Boehmer (52 minutes)

  • A Lifecycle Approach to Institutional Effectiveness
    Susan Paraska (56 minutes)

  • Strategies for Aligning Institutional Assessment with Student Learning
    Thomas P. Pusateri (1 hour, 26 minutes)


April 24, 2009

Institutional Effectiveness & Student Learning Assessment, Day 2

  • Writing and Assessing Student Learning Outcomes to Improve Classroom and Program Effectiveness
    Tristan Utschig, & Jonathan Gordon
    Part One (1 hour, 10 minutes)
    Part Two (1hour, 7 minutes)

  • Assessing General Education From Multiple Perspectives
    Kristina Cragg, Sherri Gravett, Jane Kinney, Byron Brown (1 hour, 30 minutes)