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Grad Workshop: Designing Effective Research Assignments

By Michael Yunkin on February 24, 2012 9:44 AM | Permalink
Connect with the Libraries to learn about assignment design, evaluation, and implementation! This workshop is intended for Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate students pursuing the academic faculty track. Registration required.

Date: Friday, March 2, 2012
Time: 9:00 to 10:30 am
Location: Lied Library, Amargosa Room
Instructor: Anne Zald

Description: After attending this workshop you will be able to:  Articulate the skills that students develop through research assignments; Identify the characteristics of effective research assignments; and Use the process of reverse instructional design to create or modify research assignments. Led by Anne Zald, Associate Professor and Head of Instruction, University Libraries.

If you have an assignment that you would like to revise, please bring it to the workshop!

The workshop is intended for Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate students pursuing the academic faculty track.

To Register: Follow the instructions on the CFPO registration page

For More Information Contact:  
     
Stephen Fitt
Lied Libraries
895-2192
stephen.fitt@unlv.edu

Event Sponsor: Sponsored by the University Libraries and the Graduate College in coordination with the Consortium for Professional Development Opportunities

Grad Workshop - Effective Assignment Design 03-02-12 Flyer.pdf




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