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Anderson Center Modular, Room 244A
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(336) 750-8690 (f)

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Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Winston-Salem State University
601 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Anderson Center Modular, Room 244A
Winston-Salem, NC 27110

The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning is committed to promoting a university culture that values and rewards effective teaching, respects individual differences, and supports the creation of learning environments for faculty and students.

What's New at CETL?

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Web Tools Part II

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
12:00 p.m. ─ 1:00 p.m.
Room 127 O'Kelly Library

Melinda M. Livas, Facilitator

PartII, Distance Services Librarian, Ms. Melinda M. Livas will recap three Tech Tools:  ScreenCast-O-Matic. Today's Meet, and RefWorks.  Faculty will share their experiences using the tech tools.  Participants are asked to bring; their own laptop (if possible).

Workshop for WSSU faculty and staff only.

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Infusing the Curriculum

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
2:30 - 3:30 pm
Thompson 207A

Rosa Clemente, Facilitator

Over the course of the last several years, social justice has been a key   
focus of curriculum change.  This conversation with noted scholar-         
activist Rosa Clemente, will center on how to infuse information about    
African-American and Latino intercultural relations into the curriculum.    
She will also highlight the historical legacy of the union of these groups   
and how we in the HBCU experience can provide the context for students    
to engage in meaningful socio-political change.  

Workshop for WSSU faculty and staff only.

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Global Engagement through Technology: A Faculty Workshop

Friday, October 2, 2015
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thompson 207A

Sponsored by The Office of International Programs and Center    
for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Invited Guest Panelists:  Dr. M. Asaduddin, Jamia Millia Islamia              
University, India and Dr. Jami Leibowitz, East Carolina University     

WSSU Panelists:  Dr. Rose Sackeyfio, Dr. Leonard Muaka, Mr. Roger      

How do we engage students to be curious about the complex and          
diverse world we live in?  How can we prepare them to think innovatively
and critically about their own cultural identities in connection with people
who live in different parts of the world?  How can we promote shared     
knowledge production when a very small proportion of students study or
travel abroad while in college?  

Engage in a dialogue with faculty and staff at WSSU who are leading the
way, as well as our global and state partners.  Find out how you too can
transform teaching and learning and open windows to the world for your

Please RSVP by September 28th.

Workshop for WSSU Faculty and Staff only.

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