UF Training and Organizational Development has released its new schedule of training courses that cover topics including business communications, compliance training, how to enhance your presentations, racial justice awareness and more. The summer calendar runs from May through August. Visit the Learn & Grow website to learn more.
UF faculty and scholars are invited to participate in a workshop with The Conversation editors to learn how they work with academics to produce stories that are timely, informative and of interest to the public. In 2021, The Conversation stories averaged nearly 20 million pageviews per month on its site and through online re-publishers. Register: https://airtable.com/shrnA0Hg6h6u4ilWO
Interested in learning how UF departments are using artificial intelligence? Register for any of these upcoming events that will explore ways to integrate AI into the curriculum and the novel challenges AI poses to societal norms and values. African American History Meets AI in the 21st Century Classroom April 5 | 4 PM AI Ethics […]
UF Training & Organizational Development recently released its Spring 2022 schedule of courses. In addition to exploring courses thematically via the UFHR Learn & Grow website, you can also explore the digital training calendar to view upcoming trainings at-a-glance. Search within the calendar for specific certificate program courses by entering keywords (e.g., “Supervisory Challenge”) in the […]
Faculty interested in exploring best practices for evaluating learners and giving effective feedback are encouraged to register for the Providing Effective Feedback and Evaluations workshop. Offered by the UF Center for Teaching Excellence, the virtual workshop will take place on Dec. 1 at noon. Learn more and register: https://teach.ufl.edu/events/providing-effective-feedback-and-evaluations/.
UFIT’s Center for Instructional Technology and Training is organizing a community of practice focused on educational technology. Open to all instructional faculty, IT professionals and staff, the community of practice will facilitate discussions and meetings that showcase emerging technologies available for use at UF, with the first virtual meeting taking place on Dec. 9 at […]
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 […]
To strengthen the engagement of women involved in AI and supercomputing teaching and research, UF recently launched its chapter of Women in High Performance Computing, or WHPC. The chapter will offer educational and networking opportunities while fostering a greater sense of community across disciplines for female faculty, staff and students. To celebrate the chapter launch, […]
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 email@example.com. UFIT Classroom […]