Rowan Instructional Continuity Plan ~ Faculty Facebook Favorites ~ The Teaching Professor ~ Campbell Library ~ Tech Tools ~ Conferences for Higher Education ~ Work-Life Balance ~ Faculty Center Library ~ Technology Training Opportunities ~ Effective Teaching Articles ~ Academic Integrity
The Rowan Insrtuctional Continuity Plan Web page contains resources for Rowan University faculty in the event that classroom instruction is disrupted. It has been developed by The Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in collaboration with the Department of Technology Services, and is endorsed by the President’s Office.
Possible reasons for instruction to be disrupted include:
- Inclement weather
- Personal illness of instructor
- Unsafe conditions on campus
- Pandemic illness
- Natural disaster
Faculty members who intend to require students to meet work deadlines via electronic submission, even if such deadlines fall during periods of University closure, may want to consider stating this expectation in their syllabi.
Faculty Facebook Favorites are links to some the most popular articles we have shared via Facebook. They have been organized into the following categories:
Syllabus Design ~ Beginning the Semester ~ Classroom Communication ~ Interactive Classrooms ~ Grading Strategies ~ Designing Grading Rubrics ~ Feedback on Your Teaching ~ Ending the Semester ~ Supporting Student Study Habits
For current Facebook posts, check out the Rowan Faculty Center Facebook page.
Published 10 times per year, this newsletter provides ideas, insights and best pedagogical practices to educators who are interested in learning more about teaching. Email Clarissa Shoemaker at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive digital copies. The Teaching Professor is also available through the Rowan Library Site.
Campbell Library partners with faculty and instructors across the Glassboro campus to support teaching and research. To learn more, check out the Faculty Services pages.
These tech tools have been featured on the Rowan Faculty Center FaceBook page. These tools have been grouped under the following categories: Engagement, Collaboration, Presentation, Organization, Communication, and Assessment. Note: Some tools have been listed under more than one category.
Wanting to present a paper? Wanting to improve your teaching skills? Looking for a conference to attend? This Google Spreadsheet provides dates, brief overviews, locations and links to Higher Ed Conferences.
These nuggets of advice and resources have been gathered by Nicole M. Edwards, Ph.D. from the Department of Language, Literacy and Special Education in the College of Education. Dr. Edwards is a successful and highly productive, tenure-track faculty member and the mother of two young boys.
Feel free to borrow any of our books.
We have resources on the following subjects: Assessment, Faculty Development, Teaching & Learning, Publication, Rowan Seminar/First Year Experience and Service Learning. We are always adding to our library.
The classroom is the place to promote academic integrity and professors have an important responsibility. Learn what you need to know about violations and what to do if you suspect cheating. These teaching tools will help your students gain the skills they’ll need in school and in the workplace.