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ACM Online Course Design and Pedagogies Workshops: Creating a Maximally Responsive Syllabus

June 22, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am CDT

Creating a maximally responsive syllabus: Aligning learning outcomes, assignments, and assessment strategies (Lead: Grinnell College)

Registration information to come. For more information, contact Brian Williams, Vice President for Faculty Development and Grant Programs.

An accompanying disciplinary/special interest breakout session will take place on the Friday following the workshop at 9:30 – 11 a.m. (Central). Registration links for the Friday breakout sessions will be sent separately to those who register for Monday’s workshop.

About the Series

ACM Workshops on Online Course Design and Pedagogy
The Associated Colleges of the Midwest is a consortium of 14 liberal arts colleges deeply committed to residential liberal arts education. Nevertheless, in the context of uncertainty about how faculty and students will be permitted to engage each other this fall, the member colleges are collaborating to offer a series of online summer workshops designed to deliver the concepts, skills, and techniques that will enable ACM faculty to redesign and reimagine residential face-to-face course content for the online environment in ways appropriate to the liberal arts context.

The summer series will be comprised of a webinar-style session on Monday each week, followed by workshop sessions for disciplinary/special interest group breakouts on Friday. The sessions each week will incorporate principles of universal design, equity, and inclusion. Scheduled sessions will run no longer than 75 – 90 minutes.


June 22, 2020
9:30 am - 11:00 am CDT
Event Category:


Virtual via Zoom
Virtual via Zoom United States


Brian Williams
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