2014-2015 LT & ITC Faculty Learning Communities
Click on the following links to learn more about each FLC. They describe the theme
of the FLC, its major goals and activities, and its facilitator(s). Then, indicate
for which FLC you are applying. Please do not apply for more than one FLC. Also, note
that some FLCs may have membership restrictions or preferences.
Information Literacy (Facilitator: Jason Vance, Walker Library)
Plagiarism (Facilitators: Emily Baran & Mike Paulauskas, Department of History)
Reacting to the Past (Facilitators: Dawn McCormack & Becky McIntyre, Department of History)
Mid-Career Faculty Development Program (Facilitator: Tom Brinthaupt, LT&ITC)
Civic Learning and Civic Engagement (Facilitators: Mary Evins, Center for Historic Preservation, and Laura Clark, Educational
Why are you interested in becoming a member of this FLC?
How would your participation in this FLC benefit the university’s efforts to improve
student retention and success and/or your own professional development?
Please describe your previous experience, interest, or expertise with respect to the
focus of this FLC that would contribute to its success.
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