News & Updates
The Studio for Teaching and Learning Innovation (STLI) at William & Mary recently launched STLI Academy, a professional learning platform, offering on-demand courses with opportunities to earn micro-credentials for faculty, staff and university partners….
We invite W&M instructors and co-educators to submit proposals that celebrate innovative and effective teaching methods and unique learning experiences for the upcoming Teaching & Learning Symposium on April 28, 2022….
Grace Helmick is the new Educational Media Technician at the Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation (STLI). Learn more about Grace’s position and what she brings to STLI….
Diana Theisinger is the new Digital Learning Program Manager at the Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation (STLI). Learn more about Diana’s position and what she brings to STLI….
The Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation (STLI) will host the New Faculty Course Design Institute (CDI) in August as part of the newly developed New Faculty Program. The CDI is a teaching & learning series that incorporates online asynchronous course design tutorials and resources combined with in-person deep dive opportunities focused on key instructional topics. The deep-dive sessions will be hosted in-person at the studio space on the ground floor in Swem Library on August 16, 19, and 23. Sessions will be led by experienced William & Mary instructors and co-educators from across the university. Participants are also invited to join President Katherine Rowe and Provost Peggy Agouris for a mixer at the Wren Building….
The Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation (STLI) recently selected Joan Gavaler and Leslie Cochrane as the Teaching Excellence Fellows for the upcoming 2021 – 2022 academic year.
Gavaler and Cochrane will serve as the second cohort of STLI Fellows since the program’s inception. By focusing on strategic priorities for the university related to teaching and learning, the fellows will develop learning opportunities and programming for instructors across the university in collaboration with the STLI team….
Do you wish you knew then what you know now? Are you interested in helping new colleagues navigate the intricacies of teaching at William & Mary? The Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation is looking for experienced teachers who would like to share their perspectives and serve as a resource. Faculty mentors will receive an award to participate in the program during the 2021-22 academic year….
The Studio for Teaching & Learning will launch the Online Teaching Assistant (OTA) Program beginning June 1 to August 6, 2021 to provide technical assistance for Arts & Sciences instructors teaching remotely this coming summer.
Online Teaching Assistants (OTAs) will aid instructors with various tools and technologies used in remote teaching such as Blackboard, Panopto, Zoom, and much more. Instructors experiencing technical issues or concerns will be able to reach OTAs via email from 8 a….
One key effort is the reimagined Teaching Fellowship Program – Fellows for Excellence in Teaching. For the 2021-22 academic year, STLI will offer two fellowships for continuing NTE, TE, and tenured instructional faculty from any school or department across the university with a focus on strategic priorities for the university and STLI related to teaching and learning. …
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