Academic Technology hosts a series of Lunch & Learn events throughout the year to gather together groups of faculty and administrators around a teaching and learning theme, such as ePortfolios, Affordable Learning Solutions, and Quality Online Learning and Teaching. The goal of these Lunch & Learn events is to share teaching expertise, celebrate successes and learn about new opportunities to advance teaching and learning at SF State.
ePortfolio Lunch and Learn March 17, 2016
Faculty and staff are invited to join Academic Technology’s ePortfolio Lunch and Learn on Thursday, March 17th from 12:00-1:00 in the Library Faculty Commons LIB 286. Over an informal lunch, we will hear from a number of faculty who will briefly (in a 5-10 min. "lightening-round" style) share an example of their ePortfolio work with students, or a practice/assignment and any other experience(s) in working with ePortfolios. We will also introduce our newly adopted ePortfolio platform (Portfolium) that is available to all SF State students at no cost now and after graduation.
If you would like to attend, fill out this RSVP form by March 10th: http://tinyurl.com/ePortlunchS16 [REGISTRATION CLOSED] We look forward to seeing you there!
Questions? Contact Andrea Taylor and the ePortfolio Team at email@example.com or consult our ePortfolio website at http://eportfolio.sfsu.edu/.
SF State AIM Lunch and Learn April 5, 2016
Are you interested in lowering the student cost of course materials by using Open Educational Resources, open textbooks or custom publishing?
SF State’s Affordable Instructional Materials (AIM) initiative has helped save students over $600,000 this year alone. Come to the Affordable Learning @ SF State "lunch and learn” to learn how you can support student savings and how the J. Paul Leonard Library, SF State Bookstore, Academic Technology and the rest of the Affordable Instructional Materials team can help you make your course materials more affordable for students. At the event, you will also about an opportunity to propose an affordable learning project of your own that explicitly reduce the cost of instructional materials for students. Funding from $250 to $2500 will be available for projects in AY 2016-17, depending on the scale of the effort and the anticipated impact on students. For more information on past and current SF State projects and AIM resources, visit the affordable learning website, affordablelearning.sfsu.edu
. For more information on the CSU's affordable learning initiative, visit the CSU's website
Tuesday, April 5 2015 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Library 121