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CVM Teaching Academy

Dr. BEHAR-HORENSTEIN-Linda_3-10-011PIX1-240x300Linda Behar-Horenstein
Addressing Faculty Development Needs among Veterinary Medicine Faculty
Dr. Behar-Horenstein’s Seminar addresses opportunities to collaborate with her in various efforts to review our teaching strategies. She will available by appointment  (phone (352 682-0768) or via email lsbhoren@ufl.edu)) to work with individual faculty that want to review syllabi, notes, presentations, etc. or to help faculty develop new strategies for teaching. Dr. Behar-Horenstein comes highly recommended by faculty of the UF Dental School where she currently assists with implementing new teaching initiatives.
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Other UF Teaching Support Units

UF Main Teaching Portal
http://www.teach.ufl.edu
This site addresses teaching excellence in any platform state and to also present the administrative path and teaching support for platform transition.  It is a launch pad for learning about UF centrally-provided teaching resources including training opportunities.

 


The Center for Instructional Technology and Training
http://citt.ufl.edu/
The Center for Instructional Technology & Training (located on Main Campus in Turlington Hall) assists faculty with creating courses for online delivery and includes a staff of instructional designers, training specialists, web developers, and faculty lab consultants. The center provides services to the university in three areas: Instructional Design, Training, and the Faculty Media Lab.

 


 

Office of Academic Technology Classroom Support (Classroom “Clickers”)
http://classrooms.at.ufl.edu/classroom-technology/turningpoint.php

 


Library Services
https://vetmed-education.sites.medinfo.ufl.edu/files/2014/06/VetMed_Faculty-Copyright.pdf
For information about Copyright Issues in Teaching and Research

 


 

Non-UF Teaching-Related Web Sites

The Chronicle of Higher Education
http://chronicle.com/section/Home/5
The Chronicle of Higher Education is a source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.Based in Washington, D.C., The Chronicle has more than 70 writers, editors, and international correspondents.

 


 

New Media Consortium
http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project
The NMC Horizon Project, as the centerpiece of the NMC Emerging Technologies Initiative, charts the landscape of emerging technologies for teaching, learning, research, creative inquiry, and information management. Launched in 2002, it epitomizes the mission of the NMC to help educators and thought leaders across the world build upon the innovation happening at their institutions by providing them with expert research and analysis.

This page was last updated on June 27, 2014.