Instructional designers from UFIT’s Center for Instructional Technology & Training are available to work with faculty seeking to develop or revise a course for the fall semester. Faculty may also register for the Teaching with Technology certificate, which provides participants with strategies and tools to create a technology-enhanced learning environment. Visit the UFIT website to learn more.
UF faculty and staff who wish to take courses at UF through the Employee Education Program (EEP) during the spring semester are encouraged to visit the program website for information on upcoming application, approval and registration deadlines. Learn more: https://learn-and-grow.hr.ufl.edu/education-programs/employee-education-program/. Read our EEP spotlight: https://news.hr.ufl.edu/education/eep-opens-doors-to-new-opportunities-for-uf-faculty-and-staff/.
Sponsored by the Office of Global Learning at the UF International Center, or UFIC, the Global Learning Institute is a cohort-based semester-long program that provides faculty with relevant tools, pedagogies and techniques to make their on-campus courses more global. Upon successful completion of the program and submission of a new or revised course syllabus, participants […]
The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) recently launched the Fundamentals of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Certificate featuring 17 courses and open to all UF faculty and staff. Participants will learn how to help build a culture that minimizes bias and how to recognize and address systemic inequities so all students, faculty and staff […]
In partnership with NVIDIA and OpenACC, UF is hosting a one-day online AI Bootcamp on Saturday, Oct. 23. The event will teach researchers how AI can accelerate HPC simulations with deep neural networks, including data pre-processing. Attendees will also learn how to build, compare and improve the accuracy of deep learning models. The registration deadline is […]
Faculty are encouraged to explore UF’s Keep Teaching website, which provides resources to help faculty and students maintain the processes and progress of teaching and learning in the event that in-person class sessions cannot be attended: https://elearning.ufl.edu/keep-teaching/. The resources below are also available to faculty: For help with course needs contact e-Learning Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. UFIT Classroom […]
UF Training & Organizational Development has released the Stronger Together fall schedule. Stronger Together is a racial justice education initiative launched in February 2021. Faculty and staff interested in improving their communication skills by cultivating their cultural intelligence are encouraged to register for the below course offerings as a series. Inside Out. Emotionally Intelligent Conversations […]
In order to better serve UF faculty and staff wherever they are located, UFHR Training & Organizational Development (T&OD) has created a hybrid schedule for its fall training courses. By providing this balance, T&OD hopes to accommodate those who want to experience in-person training while maintaining the convenience of virtual learning for those who are […]
On July 13, all Florida public colleges and universities upgraded their core library platform to the Alma and Primo VE library systems. This next-generation integrated library system leverages cloud-based services and offers a responsive, scalable web and mobile design. This upgrade expands access to materials and improves the user experience for students, faculty and staff. […]
EEP helps UF build a skilled workforce – Alex Avelino’s journey to a master’s degree also benefitted the College of Veterinary Medicine
This is our final spotlight in our series on how the Employee Education Program, or EEP, has benefitted UF employees. Read our previous spotlights on EEP participants Brandon Telg and Abel Gilbert. You can also learn more about the EEP and the benefits it offers UF employees here. _____________________________________________ Working professionals often face an uphill battle at work when they decide to […]