Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning Workshops, January 19 and 20

From the Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning:

“As the GSAS Teaching Center expands and merges into the new Center for Teaching and Learning, we will be offering a new orientation at the beginning of the Spring term: Teaching for the First Time at Columbia. This orientation is briefer than our large Fall Teaching Fellows orientations. It is a 90-minute overview of instructional resources, procedures and policies, and methods for getting a class off to a good start. Faculty, postdoctoral instructors, and graduate student instructors who are new to teaching are welcome to register. Lunch will be available to registered participants.We will run two of these sessions in 212 Butler Library:

If you have graduate students in your department who will be teaching for the first time and could benefit from this offering, we hope you invite them to register. And if you have any questions about this or any other CTL program, please feel free to contact Mark Phillipson, Director of Teaching Programs and Initiatives, at”

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