Previous RTC Conference & Workshop Materials

Previous RTC Conference & Workshop Materials

Previous RTC Conference Materials

The Rowan Teaching Connection (RTC) holds a Fall and Spring Conference.

The fall conference is usually the end of October or beginning of November and the spring conference is usually held in April.

Previous topics: Academic Integrity Workshop Spring 2022Academic Integrity, Equity and InclusionTeaching Well and Being Well, G.I.F.T.S. (Great Ideas For Teaching Students), RILED Conferences   


On January 11, 2022, the Academic Integrity Workshop (01:37:41), which was sponsored by the Office of the ProvostFaculty Center, and Rowan Teaching Connection (RTC), presented a comprehensive overview of academic integrity, to guide you on how to be more proactive within your instruction to help students avoid committing academic integrity violations.

Fall 2021 Mini-Conference, Teaching Workshop on Equity and Inclusion (11/12/21)

Conference Recording

Conference Document (includes Eva Boodman's RTC 2021 - Practical Strategies for Equity and Inclusion slides)

Inclusive Stem Resources started by Allison Kelly (this is an editable document that you can add to)


Spring 2021 Conference Part 1: Academic Integrity Violations and PREVENTION Strategies (4/9/21)

Geared toward both cheating and plagiarism, this session will begin with an introduction that answers the question, "Why do we need to have this conversation?"

After the opening is a presentation, "Building a Culture of Trust," by Allison Kelly, PhD., lecturer in the Chemistry/Biochemistry Department. Allison will point out that prevention strategies are the first step, and will share conversations she's had with students about learning, growth mindset, and where she draws the line. 

Allison Kelly's Presentation: Building a Culture of Trust (pdf) 

WebEx Recording

Spring 2021 Conference Part 2: Academic Integrity Violations and RESPONSE Strategies (4/30/21)

This session featured presentations from Eve Sledjeski (Assistant Professor, Psychology), who spoke about how faculty can best prepare to report an Academic Integrity Violation, and Tricia Yurak (Associate Provost for Academic Affairs), who spoke about the AIV board hearing process and current academic integrity trends at Rowan. 
 
Eve Sledjeski's presentation: Submitting an AIV Report (pdf)
 

WebEx Recording


Fall 2020 Conference: "Teaching Well and Being Well in 2020". The following WebEx recordings are from the conference.

Opening and Keynote

Concurrent Session I: Increasing Student Engagement in the Remote/Online Classroom hosted by Ted Howell

Concurrent Session II: Inclusivity and Accessibility Practices for in-Person and Online Teaching hosted by Nicole Cesare


Spring 2018, 2019 and 2022 the theme for these years was "G.I.F.T.S." (Great Ideas For Teaching Students). The links below will take you to the G.I.F.T.S. presented each year. To use the links to the materials, you will need to be logged in with your Rowan Credentials (directions).

G.I.F.T.S. 2018, G.I.F.T.S. 2019  and G.I.F.T.S. 2022


RILED Archived Conference Materials

RTC was previously RILED. Those materials are available here.


Updated 4/11/22