Lessons Learned: Best and Worst Teaching Moments
September 2016- How do college instructors learn to teach effectively? Many entered the classroom with trepidation and minimal formal preparation. Along the way, there were both uphill climbs and high points. Each instructor’s journey is a tale of lessons learned from success and failures.
Annual Open Access Symposium
March 2016- UNT’s annual Open Access Symposium, featuring presentations and interactive sessions led by researchers and librarians based in the US, Canada, UK, and the Netherlands from various fields of study, begins the afternoon of Thursday, May 19, 2017, with a keynote by Dan Morgan (publisher of Collabra).
FacultyConnect Work-Life Balance Workshop
December 2015- Balancing the demands of a fast-paced and challenging workplace with one's personal life is an ongoing challenge with which all faculty members must grapple. Sponsored by the Office for Faculty Success, UNT's Work-Life Balance Workshop was held January 29 in the new University Union. The speakers, all experts in their fields, focused on time management, healthy living, stress management, and more. The workshop speakers included:
Teaching Excellence Seminar
December 2015- UNT’s Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR) holds the Teaching Excellence Seminar at the beginning of every long semester and is intended to educate and inform new instructors on UNT policies and best practices in teaching and learning.
Pre-Finals Week, Reading Day, and Final Exams
December 2015- In accordance with UNT Policy 15.2.16, pre-finals week refers to the seven calendar days preceding the final week of each fall and spring semester and is designated so that students can adequately prepare for their final exams.