The purpose of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to provide support and development opportunities to enable Augsburg faculty, staff, and leadership to co-create “an educational experience like no other.”
Moodle, Online Teaching, and Technology Resources
Under our Faculty Resources Tab, you can access Online Learning Resources.
Videos from CTL Events
The blue links below contain the video recordings of the events that can be viewed.
Presenter: Jacqueline DeVries, Professor of History and Recipient of the 2021-2022 Distinguished Contribution in Teaching Award
Description: An exploration of the concept of high-impact, integrative learning strategies aimed at developing student agency. An example is shared of a project-based history course that works with external clients to develop local history walking tours.
Presenter: Marilyn Wetterer, Academic Liaison for Computing
Description: Telling stories well is a powerful teaching skill. It connects people to ideas and it disarms us to listen to others. ArcGIS StoryMaps allow you to create and publish inspiring, immersive stories by combining text, media, and interactive maps.
Presenter: Ellie Olson, Director of CWC
Description: This semester seems likely to be one of continuing challenge and transition. This session guides faculty to reflect on the emotional and cognitive impact COVID has had on them, with guidance on how to manage and respond to it.
Presenter: Michael Wentzel, Associate Professor of Chemistry and recipient of the 2021-2022 Distinguished Contribution in Scholarship Award
Description: An overview of research in organic chemistry with extensively involves undergraduate students.
Presenter: Tara Mader, Assistant Professor of HPE & Exercise Science and Jennifer Bankers-Fulbright, Associate Professor of Biology
Description: ICD is an all-inclusive pedagogical mind-set that we’ve sometimes described as “advanced professor-ing”. See why we’re so passionate about this idea and how you can get paid to learn about and design your course using this system.
Resources from “3 Days in May” 2021
The folder linked below contains available recordings and resources from the “3 Days in May” Sessions. These resources can only be viewed when logged in through Augsburg.
Fellowship Fridays are Back for Summer
CTL is joining Bridget Robinson-Riegler, Psychology Professor and member of Faculty Senate, to bring you Fellowship Fridays support sessions. All faculty members and teaching staff are invited to gather and share their experiences with teaching, learning, and advising in this strange new world. – we’ll trade ideas, advice, highs, lows, successes, and failures – or maybe we’ll just plain old vent. Most importantly, we will attempt to inoculate ourselves against one of the more insidious side effects of this pandemic – isolation. So grab a cup of coffee or tea, or pour a glass of wine, and Zoom in to support your fellow instructors and work through this challenging time together.
Fridays | “Fellowship Fridays” | 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm, ZOOM (doc can only be viewed with an Augsburg login)
If you need any disability-related accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact University Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-330-1104. Please allow for sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.
New Faculty Orientation
2021’s New Faculty Orientation will take place take place Monday, August 23 and Tuesday, August 24 with August workshops being held later that same week. Watch for more information soon.
Information for Adjunct Faculty Members
Adjunct instructors who are covered by the CBA between Augsburg and SEIU, Local 284 are eligible to receive a $50 stipend for attending selected workshops during the semester they are on contract and teaching. Attendance is not always communicated to CTL and stipends are not processed automatically. Please use this form to ensure that your attendance was noted and the stipend will be processed. EDTalks, Book Groups, eLearning’s Tech Tune-ups and Tips,etc. are not eligible. Further information is available on Professional Development for Adjunct Union Members. Stipend requests are reviewed and submitted on a weekly basis.
Under our Grants and Travel Funds Tab, you can access Professional Development for Adjunct Union Members. Please note, there is now a form to use in order to report your stipend-eligible workshop attendance. Stipend requests are reviewed and submitted on a weekly basis.
Adjunct Workshop Stipends
Adjunct instructors are eligible to receive a $50 stipend for attending selected workshops during the semester they are on contract and teaching. Attendance is not always communicated to CTL and stipends are not processed automatically. Please use this form to ensure that your attendance was noted and the stipend will be processed. EDTalks, Book Groups, eLearning’s Tech Tune-ups and Tips,etc. are not eligible. Further information is available on Professional Development for Adjunct Union Members. Stipend requests are reviewed and submitted on a weekly basis.
Equity and Inclusion Workshops
For information about workshops and other training opportunities offered by Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity visit the Certificate Program page. You can register for opportunities directly through the site.
Core courses required for the Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program will be eligible for stipends for union adjuncts (this includes Diversity courses offered in August for Fall-contracted adjuncts). As stated in the CBA between Augsburg and SEIU, Local 284, courses that are 1 hour or less are eligible for $25 stipends, and courses that are over 1 hour are eligible for $50 stipends. No stipends will be offered for courses that faculty have already completed in the last two years or to adjuncts who are not covered by the CBA, though all are encouraged to attend. While courses towards advanced standing are encouraged, those courses are not stipend-eligible. There will be a cap of $250 per union adjunct faculty member per year for the Diversity and Inclusion stipends.
Please use this form to report attendance to any workshop that you believe to be stipend-eligible.
Resources from Recent Events
- Take 2: Faculty Tech Tips in 2 Minutes
- Syllabus Checklist: Updated January 2021
- Spring 2021 To-Do List for Instructors
- Semester Survey template and a brief instructional video
- Resources from the Google Drive E-Learning Workshops
- Resources from the Tech Tune-ups and Tips Sessions
- Mid-Semester Assessment Workshop
- Wise Feedback Presentation Resources
- CTL “Quick Guide” to Tech Tune-Ups and Practical Pedagogy Recordings and Resource
- Resources from the Practical Pedagogy Sessions
- Resources from “3 Days in May” 2020