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Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL)
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Hello! This is your weekly curation of ideas, events, and resources to support your teaching and learning efforts.
  • Quick Reads: Asking Questions, Student-led Discussions, Cognitive Empathy, and 2 Modes of Thinking
  • Student Mental Health: What Faculty Need to Know: October 27
  • Library Open Access Week: October 27, 28
  • Additional Teaching & Learning events
  • Resources for Teaching
  • Calendar of events

Quick Reads

Browse past CETL weekly updates, including:

Student Mental Health: What Faculty Need to Know

Wednesday, October 27 at 12-1:15 pm | Zoom ID: 931 6075 3253

This virtual panel event and will focus on the importance of access to mental health services and highlight potential signs of student distress faculty and staff should be aware of and the campus resources available to address these issues.
The event is open to all USI faculty and staff and is organized by the Center for Social Justice Education (CSJE). Please contact Dr. Elissa Mitchell ( with questions.

Open Access Week with Rice Library

Wednesday, October 27; Thursday, October 28
Celebrate Open Access Week during October 25-31 by attending these Rice library events!
  • Open Access Swag
    Wednesday, October 27 at 11 am - 1 pm, University Center West, 1st floor

    The USI community is invited to drop by the UC West event table on the first floor to learn about Open Access and grab some Open Access Swag as we celebrate Open Access Week.
  • SOAR at USI
    Thursday, October 28 at 12-1 pm |
    Increase your scholarly presence with SOAR (Scholarly Open Access Repository) at USI. Learn how to promote your research by showcasing your work in SOAR (Scholarly Open Access Repository) at USI. We'll discuss SOAR and copyright.
Questions: Contact Peter Whiting, Scholarly Communication Librarian,

Additional Teaching & Learning Events

  • IUPUI Advancing Teaching and Learning with Technology, November 5, 9 am–12:30 pm, Zoom, free. Keynote by Thomas Tobin (University of Wisconsin - Madison) who will be sharing three low-effort, high-impact teaching strategies to improve our classes in the "new normal." More information and registration on the ATLT website.
  • LEAP Indiana's Spring Book Club: Kevin Gannon’s newest book Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto. Since USI is a member of LEAP Indiana, you are eligible to receive a complimentary copy of the book. Register by November 30.
    Join in discussions of Gannon’s book during 4 Zoom sessions at 1 pm on: January 21 (featuring the Introduction through Chapter 2), February 4 (Chapters 3, 4, and 5), February 18 (Chapters 6, 7, and 8), and February 25 (Chapters 9, 10, and the Coda).

Teaching Resources 

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