You want to make your course accessible to diverse learners, but how do you make that happen? Register for Accessibility: Common Issues and Solutions on Monday (3/5) 1:30-3 p.m. to learn how to prevent and remediate common accessibility challenges in your course. An instructional designer from the Office of Distance Education and eLearning will demonstrate easy steps for formatting content in CarmenCanvas and Microsoft Word and making images and video accessible to all students.
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I’m a graduate student or a post doctoral scholar… what can the Writing Center do for me?
Writing can be emotionally draining and isolating. The OSU Writing Center’s consultants are trained to listen to you and to work with you to identify your writing style, set achievable goals, and to give you specific writing advice and tools. Our consultants are also University students who deal with the frustrations of the writing process every day.
The Writing Center is here to help you. Come to Thompson Library for walk-in hours, no appointment needed, Monday through Friday 3-7 p.m. Walk-in hours are great for last minute or quick questions about your writing.
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CGS Graduate Student Writing Workshop
Are you working on your dissertation?
Are you getting ready for the job market?
Are you preparing a paper for a conference or publication?
And, are you sometimes stuck, or unsure if your writing is clear to a diverse audience?
The Council of Graduate Students wants to help you navigate this important aspect of your graduate career!
Organized and sponsored by the Arts and Culture Committee, CGS invites graduate students from all disciplines for a writing workshop that will help you find and develop some useful tools to become a better writer of your field.
Experts from the University Center for the Advancement of Teaching and the Ohio State Writing Center are there to guide the workshop.
The workshop will take place on March 31 (at the Ohio Union, Student-Alumni Council Room) from 9am-1pm.
To apply, submit your application to the link (go.osu.edu/gwwapply) by March 2, 2018.
For more Information, visit: u.osu.edu/gradww
The EHE Office of Research has established a graduate student proposal development workgroup which meets regularly as a group to review applications for grants/fellowships. We are learning by doing! We have scheduled our next meeting on Monday, March 19th at 10AM – 11:30AM. The meeting will take place in room 260 Ramseyer Hall (the College Commons).
Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 14th.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Rebecca Chacko at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REVITALIZE TEACHING, TRANSFORM LEARNING
Thursday-Friday June 14-15
- Practical teaching workshops led by OSU faculty and local teachers that introduce key ideas from Department of Teaching and Learning courses; lunch and snacks provided
- Keynote speaker: Linda Christensen, Rethinking Schools
- FREE to those enrolled in a summer course and tied to course content
- Nominal TBD charge for those not enrolled in a summer course
- Participants can gain CEU credit or independent study credit if enrolled in course
For more information please contact: Dr. Brian Edmiston.email@example.com