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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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Using Technology to Increase Digital Equity in your Course (Part 1) 01/18/2022 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Recommended Attendees: Faculty who are interested in promoting digital equity in their courses

DATES:

Jan 18: 11am-12pm
Feb 3: 2pm-3pm
Mar 3: 2pm-3pm
Apr 7: 2pm-3pm
May 5: 2pm-3pm

Stipend: $300 (for entire series, subject to 125% rule for faculty)

Limit: 50 participants

This five-part workshop series covers practical suggestions and technical tools that can assist faculty in increasing the digital equity of their courses. The January 18 session will be an introduction that covers the core concepts of what justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) represent in the digital educational space of tomorrow’s classroom. The following sessions (first Thursday of every month) will cover technical practical tips, examples and training that should assist in increasing the digital equity of your courses.

Deliverables: Participation, a survey, and a short write-up on one course change the attendee is planning to make based on what was learnt during this series.

Stipends are available for first-time attendees for some FTC Spring 2022 programs. Faculty who previously attended and were paid a stipend for any of the programs, can attend again for their own enrichment, however, no stipends will be paid. Faculty must be an active employee at the time of completion for funding.

Note: Only Authenticated Users can join workshops

 
 
 
 
 
 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute: Memorializing Legacies 01/18/2022 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Guest speaker Harry E. Johnson, Sr., Esquire, President/CEO of The Memorial Foundation (builder of the MLK Memorial). The primary purpose of the Africana-Asian Collaboratory for Inclusive Excellence is to plan, create, and implement Guest Lecture series within key cultural celebrations officially recognized by the United States, that promotes cultural solidarity within the Africana-Asian communities.

 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute: Memorializing Legacies 01/18/2022 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Please join the Dubois-Hamer Institute for Academic Achievement, the Black House and the Department of Africana Studies for a Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute: Memorializing Legacies with guest speaker, President and CEO of The Memorial Foundation, Inc., Harry E. Johnson, Sr., Esq. Johnson's lecture will cover the importance of having the MLK Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC, and the continuing work of The Memorial Foundation's work to enhance Dr. King's work and legacy.