Collaborative Arizona communities representing multiple colleges and disciplines explore ideas and share resources to support the university’s teaching and learning mission.
Campus Wide Instructional Technologies
Campus Wide Instructional Technologies is a meeting of UArizona instructional technologists, UITS staff that manages enterprise instructional technologies, and college and department support personnel. It provides an opportunity for support personnel across campus to meet and discuss challenges with particular technologies, get the help they need, and learn about any updates and changes that may be happening in the future.
Contact Mark Felix to be added to the list and receive a calendar invite for the monthly meeting.
Instructional Design for Education in Action (IDEA)
Instructional Design for Education in Action (IDEA) is a meeting of UArizona instructors, designers, and technologists to network, share creative ideas for combining tech with pedagogy and discuss challenges.
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Faculty Learning Communities
A Faculty Learning Community (FLC) is a cross-disciplinary group of 6-15 members who collaborate to enhance their teaching and students’ learning. FLC activities include trying new teaching strategies and reporting back to the group, reading and discussing books, observing each other’s teaching, and providing feedback.