Hamilton AcademyProfessional Development for Faculty and Staff
Intended to foster the sharing of expertise and guidance about best practices, Hamilton Academy consists primarily of large and small group gatherings for voluntary professional development. Addressing topics of concern to educators, Hamilton Academy hosts sessions in multiple formats and tracks, with a library of asynchronous sessions, and a rolling calendar of live sessions. (During the pandemic, most sessions will be hosted virtually.) Hamilton Academy also offers a platform for training that many just need to get done: IRB training for Human Subjects research; Title IX Training mandated by the state; sessions on information and data security.
This is the "getting started" video for this series. It's a discussion about why you should (and maybe why you should not) seek funding from external sponsors.
This video is all about the Office of Sponsored Programs and the assistance it provides for faculty who are seeking external grants.
This video discusses some fundamental differences between scholarly writing and proposal writing.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. This video concentrates on the first two paragraphs of your grant proposal.
Director and Curator of Special Collections, Christian Goodwillie, gives a ten-minute overview of resources regarding the African diaspora in Special Collections
For Michael Rakowitz: Nimrud, the Wellin Museum has commissioned the artist to re-create one of the palace’s rooms—Room H, as designated by archeologists.
Director and Curator of Special Collections, Christian Goodwillie, gives a ten minute general overview of resources in Special Collections
Tips to Help with Quality of Image, Lighting & Audio
Introduction of new technologies installed in classrooms, including Logitech Meetup Cam and the Wolfvision Document Cam.
Signing into the library catalog allows you to place ILL requests, and see what materials you have checked out.
The lightboard is an innovative teaching tool that allows for a more interactive experience for faculty members and their students.
LITS subscribes to an online training library, LinkedIn Learning, that contains over 5000 video tutorials you can access 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
This video covers the features of the Meeting Owl Pro video conference camera (Owl Cam).
The Audio Visual Services Team is spending the summer acquiring and installing new classroom technology for blended learning in the fall. We will also again be supporting remote learning using Zoom. In addition, we can to assist with creating content for your classes in the KTSA TV studio.