The Center for the Study of Global Change is very active in supporting professional development opportunities for faculty, administration, and students. The Center supports development workshops on a variety of issues ranging from distance learning technology, library resources, language pedagogy, and internationalizing the curriculum. These workshops build on the Global Center's expertise as well as its strengths of linking scholars and programs that are typically separated by discipline, regional specialization, and methodological tradition.
- Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization (ICCI)
May 19-22, 2013
at Indiana University Bloomington
If you are faculty, staff, or administrator from a public or private university, research or liberal arts institute, community college, HBCU, TCCU, HSI and any other, you will learn how to internationalize your curriculum and campus;
learn about comprehensive internationalization and the importance of collaboration and dialogue;
learn innovative pedagogies, technologies, and best practices;
learn how to teach and assess global learning objectives;
learn about strategic planning and measuring institutional success;
become a member of a network of international educators and administrators and much more...
- Language Pedagogy, Assessment & Technology Workshop for LCTL Instructors
August 2013 on the IU Bloomington Campus
This workshop is both a superb introduction to language instruction methodologies and pedagogical issues, as well as a refresher and review of various teaching methodologies and resources for Less Commonly Taught Language instructors.