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The second Faculty Learning Community (FLC) cohort will present their research and findings during the 2023 Faculty Learning Community Showcase Wednesday, May 3

Facilitators led five FLC groups throughout the Fall and Spring, exploring different technologies and approaches to enhance student learning. Three of the groups were dedicated to H5P-based course activities as part of a Louisiana Board of Regents eLearning Innovation Grant.

Enjoy refreshments while learning more about each community, their methods, and their outcomes during a poster session from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. A hybrid panel will follow from 12-1 p.m. with access in person and via Zoom. 

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Wednesday, May 3
Dupre Library, Rm 102

10 a.m.-12 p.m.: Browse and Brunch
Enjoy refreshments while taking in presentations from each 2022-2023 FLC.

12-1 p.m.: Panel Discussion
Learn more about research and findings from FLC facilitators. Join in person or via Zoom.

2022-23 Faculty Learning Communities

CUREs: Course-embedded Undergraduate Research Experiences Online
Facilitator: Sherry Krayesky-Self, Student Center for Research, Creativity, and Scholarship
Focus: Building Student Research Experiences (SREs)/Course-Embedded Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) into online courses.

Applying Microsoft Teams to Online Learning and Instruction
Facilitator: Michael Hebert, College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Focus: Learning the practical uses for Microsoft Teams across work processes and instruction. Use cases will include communicating, organizing, scheduling, meeting and teaching.

Enhancing Learner-Content Interaction with H5P
Facilitators: Kathleen Schott Espinoza, College of Liberal Arts; Marissa Lajaunie, College of Nursing and Health Sciences; Penny Powell, College of Sciences
Focus: Peer-to-peer professional development and support for faculty to learn H5P and design interactive course content they will use to enhance online courses taught in Spring 2023.