The CAFÉ Proudly Announces the CAFÉ Week Program August 2017 https://tinyurl.com/mclnhjd

During the week of August 21, 2017 interesting sessions related to teaching, learning, assessment, civic and community engagement, and research will be offered. We are excited to have guest speakers as well as some of our accomplished faculty as presenters. Please register for these sessions and lunch (which is included each day) at the link below. You may also type the link above. S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

CAFÉ Week August 2017 Join us for an array of sessions described here. Please register at the link below. Monday, August 21 9:00-10:15AM Copyright Guidance Presenters: John Bartelt, Linda Gordon, Donna Bentley

This workshop is designed to encourage faculty and students to learn the basics about copyright, copyright infringement, and the principles of fair use in the academic environment, including the application of fair use factors. The format is highly interactive, encouraging lively Q&A and experiential sharing. 10:30-12:00PM Diversity Presenters: Beatriz Gonzalez and panel Providing support in cultural competence in teaching, research, student advisement, identity models, these three sessions will address the complexities of cultures and how they impact the construction of knowledge. The value of diversity of thought and building consensus based on shared understandings and goals will also be explored.

12:00-1:00PM Lunch 1:00-2:00PM Tracking and Assessing Student Performance with Blackboard Presenters: Erin Gratz and Bryan Best LOCATION: HANWALT HOUSE Assess student performance with a collection of Blackboard Learn tools. Use tools like the Performance Dashboard to establish a baseline of student performance. Monitor how your students perform throughout your course. Learn how these tools can help you see patterns and recognize when at-risk-students need assistance and high-performing students need additional engagement.

Monday (Cont’) 2:15-400PM Blackboard Lab Presenters: Erin Gratz and Bryan Best LOCATION: HANWALT HOUSE Bring your computer or device, your questions, and your projects for an open session to discuss your Blackboard needs.

Tuesday, August 22 9:00-9:45AM Innovative Student Learning Experiences - incorporating making into your course Presenter: Amy Jiang The maker movement has been changing higher education from many perspectives such as theory to practice and project based learning. Because of its interdisciplinary nature, makerspace brings peoples from all disciplines to work on projects that could impact their community. Come hear how faculty are using the library's makerspace for their classes. Examples of 3D prints, laser cutting objects used in disciplines such as psychology, anthropology, math, art, physics, architecture, etc will be shared during the session. Information on best practices and tips of incorporating making into curriculum will also be shared.

10:00-10:50AM Creating an Effective Syllabus Presenter: Dr. Victoria Nesnick Research indicates that the syllabus is the single most important document that determines the success of a course. Join us to explore how utilizing this list of practices can help empower your students to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to successfully complete your course. S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

CAFÉ Week August 2017 Tuesday (Cont’) 11:00-12:00PM 25 Common Teaching Mistakes Presenter: Dr. Victoria Nesnick Join us to explore effective ways to recognize, acknowledge, handle, and prevent almost-inevitable teaching mistakes. Utilizing this list can help enhance and strengthen the teaching-learning process in your course.

12:00-1:00PM Lunch 1:00-2:45PM 44 Key Principles & Strategies to Enhance Learning Presenter: Dr. Victoria Nesnick Join us to explore how utilizing this list can enhance the teaching-learning process in your course. It will help your students learn effectively, retain what they learn, and reduce their learning anxieties. It can also help reduce your stress and enhance your teaching skills and persona. 3:00-4:30PM Diversity Presenters: Beatriz Gonzalez and panel Providing support in cultural competence in teaching, research, student advisement, identity models, these three sessions will address the complexities of cultures and how they impact the construction of knowledge. The value of diversity of thought and building consensus based on shared understandings and goals will also be explored.

Wednesday, August 23 9:00-9:45AM Data Sets Presenter: Donna Bentley Attendees will discover data sets subscribed to through Wilson Library as well as a publicly available data sets.

Wednesday (cont’) 10:00-10:50AM 40 Strategies for Professor-toStudent Feedback Presenter: Dr. Victoria Nesnick Research indicates that feedback is the most powerful, single modification that enhances achievement. Join us to explore how utilizing this list can help empower your students to assume responsibility for improving their own knowledge, skills, and dispositions. 11:00-12:00PM 40 Strategies to End Your Lesson Effectively Presenter: Dr. Victoria Nesnick Research indicates that we tend to best remember, and be most influenced by the last, or most recent, information that we hear and see. Join us to explore how utilizing this list can help students crystalize their thinking and transform their memory from short term into long-term.

12:00-1:00PM Lunch 1:00-1:50PM La Verne’s New Teaching Evaluation System Presenters: Christine Broussard & Sean Bernard As we advance our teaching evaluation system, guidelines and rubrics have been developed. This session will describe the use of the new guidelines and accompanying rubrics and how they will impact the faculty tenure and promotion portfolio.

S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

CAFÉ Week August 2017 Wednesday (Cont’)

Thursday (Cont’)

2:00-2:50PM The Science of Learning Presenter: Margo Greicar Brain-based learning and brain-based research has been discussed, but rarely has it been discussed in terms of Liberal Arts education. Liberal Arts classrooms and education are perfect for maximizing learning through the principles that brain based learning has presented. This session will focus on examining how the brain learns best and how this knowledge can be translated into sound principles associated with teaching and learning.

10:00-12:00PM Advanced Use of Qualtrics Presenters: Qualtrics Training Team The advanced session for Qualtrics is geared for the experienced user who wants to further leverage the many features available. Topics covered will include styling text, inserting media, skip & display logic differences, randomizing answer choices, adding default choices, using logic sets, sending reminders & thank you’s, pausing response collection, personalizing text, using piped text, reading survey flow order, understanding embedded data, capturing contact information, randomizing elements, deleting responses, basic filtering, partial completion, responses in progress, exporting your data, understanding your exported data, understanding question data, recoding values, and managing reports.

3:00-4:00pm Return to Learn Practices Presenters: Dr. Tricia Kasamatsu & Margaret Ha This session will address how concussions affect students’ learning and best practices for concussion management in the collegiate setting. Interactive activities and case scenarios will be used to enhance attendees’ understanding of students’ experiences during the recovery process and to provide practical strategies for supporting students’ return to classes. Learn about resources to support students and the procedures already in place at the University of La Verne.

Thursday, August 24 9:00-9:55AM Exploring the Use of Qualtrics Presenters: Qualtrics Training Team This sessions is ideal for the user who has had limited experience with Qualtrics and would like to expand his/her skills using the system. Topics covered will include adding questions, standard questions, specialty questions, advanced questions, previewing, emailing your survey, editing an active survey, organizing projects, sharing projects, exporting projects, saving & restoring, changing the survey ending, and sending an email notice.

12:00-1:00PM Lunch 1:00-1:50PM Give Pulse Training Presenter: Founder George Luc Join us for this interactive workshop that will introduce you to the ways we are using technology to track community engagement at the University of La Verne. This platform makes it possible for students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members to list, find, coordinate, and measure our impact in the community. Come be a part of the giving. 2:00-3:30PM Program Review Tips & Tricks Presenters: Mark Goor and Panel What are program reviews and why do we bother with them? This session will explore the purposes for, benefits of, and best practices in a program review system. Accomplished faculty will share their strategies for making meaning out of the program review process.

S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

CAFÉ Week August 2017 Friday, August 25 9:30-10:15AM Embedding Library Resources in Blackboard Presenter: Karen Beavers Create an electronic reading list for your course with resources available at the Library. Save yourself and your students time and money! In this session you will learn how to include electronic books, full-text articles, videos, and other library resources in your Blackboard course page.

Friday (continued) 2:45-3:45PM Exploring Publishing Opportunities Presenters: Jennifer Cady and Liberty McCoy Looking to find more publishing opportunities, or just looking to evaluate the journals you are interested in submitting to? Come to our strategy session on Cabell’s, a database that evaluates publishers and journals in the business, education, psychology, computer science, and health administration disciplines.

10:30-12:00PM Diversity Presenters: Beatriz Gonzalez and panel Providing support in cultural competence in teaching, research, student advisement, identity models, these three sessions will address the complexities of cultures and how they impact the construction of knowledge. The value of diversity of thought and building consensus based on shared understandings and goals will also be explored.

12:00-1:00PM Lunch 1:00-2:30PM Launching & Refreshing Your Teaching Presenter: Dr. Victoria Nesnick Intended for both new and veteran faculty members, this session will explore common tendencies when teaching. These will be compared and contrasted with research-based best practices in pedagogy.

S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

CAFÉ Week August 2017 About the Presenters: Dr. John Bartelt teaches for the La Fetra College of Education. Donna Bentley is a Research and Instruction Librarian/Professor at Wilson Library for 24 years with an interest in copyright issues in academic libraries; she has also presented workshops on data sets in face to face sessions and via WebEx to University of La Verne graduate students and faculty for several years. Dr. Linda Gordon is a Research and Instruction Librarian/Professor at Wilson Library providing resources to faculty and students regarding higher education copyright issues at the University of La Verne for 16 years. Dr. Beatriz Gonzalez serves as our Chief Diversity Officer and Vice Provost. She has taken leadership roles on many issues related to diversity in higher education. She has also built a network of professionals to collaborate on such efforts and these CAFÉ Week sessions are an example of this collaboration. Erin Gratz and Bryan Best work with La Verne Online and support the training and use of Blackboard.

Dr. Victoria Nesnick has been transforming subject matter experts, particularly at the higher education level, into highly effective educators. She helps faculty and administrators, individually and in groups tackle the day-to-day concerns and problems associated with the teaching-learning process. Her academic products and services enable the people with whom she works to meet their classroom challenges. Dr. Nesnick facilitates professional growth of new and practicing faculty and administrators by providing interdisciplinary: Faculty Development Workshops Instructional Tools and Resources Consulting Services Assistance and Support to Develop a Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education Program We are privileged to have her as a guest presenter during CAFÉ Week 2017. Drs. Christine Broussard and Sean Bernard have led the effort to improve the evaluation of teaching at our university. Through much collaboration with faculty across the entire institution, they will have very helpful insights and guidance.

Dr. Margo Greicar’s focus in higher education has involved creating and improving athletic training Amy Jiang is the library technology coordinator education programs while advocating high and has been working with faculty from many educational standards, leadership, dynamic different disciplines incorporating making into learning strategies, and professional development. classroom teaching and learning. With regard to dynamic learning strategies, her focus has been on cultivating classroom experiences centered on a brain-based learning approach specifically to engage the millennial learner. S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

CAFÉ Week August 2017 About the Presenters (cont’): Dr. Tricia Kasamatsu is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton. Building upon her experience as an athletic trainer and secondary school teacher, her research explores concussion management practices, primarily the academic support provided to students following concussions.

Jennifer Esteron Cady is the Coordinator of Resource Development. Liberty McCoy is the Research and Instruction Librarian liaison to CPBM. Liberty and Jennifer have extensive experience with Cabell’s and can help you fully utilize this tool in the road to successful publication.

Margaret Ha is an alumnus from La Verne and a graduate student at California State University, Fullerton. She became interested in concussion management while helping students through the recovery process and completed her undergraduate thesis on return to learn. Dr. Mark Goor has served as our Accreditation Liaison Officer for several years and has helped to facilitate the program improvement process through program review management. He has assembled a panel who will provide good examples for effectively managing program reviews. Karen Beavers is the Coordinator of Research & Instruction at Wilson Library and is the Library Liaison to the College of Arts and Sciences.

S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

The CAFÉ Proudly Announces the CAFÉ Week Program August 2017 https://tinyurl.com/mclnhjd

During the week of August 21, 2017 interesting sessions related to teaching, learning, assessment, civic and community engagement, and research will be offered. We are excited to have guest speakers as well as some of our accomplished faculty as presenters. Please register for these sessions and lunch (which is included each day) at the link below. You may also type the link above. S e s s i o n s w i l l b e O f f e r e d i n t h e C a m p u s C e n t e r B a l l r o o m s B , C , & D ( u n l e s s s p e c i f i e d o t h e r w i s e ) Lunch will be served each day of the week. Please register for these sessions, including lunch at the following link: https://laverne.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eXMbFOAsVdoMrPL

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