Promoting a community of learningCollaborative Services
The Collaborative provides services to full- and part-time instructors that support excellence in teaching and student learning. All services are completely confidential, and should be requested by the instructor.
SoTL Faculty Scholars
A cohort of faculty engaged in scholarship to identify and adopt best practices into their teaching, and to explore and measure the effectiveness of these practices on student learning.
Excellence in Education Seminar Series (EESS)
A collaborative effort by representatives from the various schools, colleges and academic areas to share innovative ideas in education with the Quinnipiac community.
Technology Users Group (TUG)
Seminars and workshops designed to highlight how the expanding collections of educational technology services might positively influence pedagogy and learning.
Communities of Practice
Communities of practice consist of small working groups engaging in active, collaborative, year-long projects that are in support of the shared goals of the learning community.
Committee for Engagement and Education of Part-Time Faculty (CEEP)
A committee of the Collaborative dedicated to meeting the needs of part-time faculty.
Scholarship Across the Disciplines (SAD)
The events sponsored by this committee are designed to foster student and faculty engagement around intellectually stimulating topics, including sabbatical and other scholarship.
Best Practices Workshops
Participants share expertise on teaching skills critical to any discipline.
University Book Club
Students, faculty and staff gather in small groups to discuss books related to teaching and learning or the University's common discussion theme program, Campus Cross-Talk.
Held in August and January before classes begin, the Annual Symposia feature an invited speaker and workshops on topics relevant to student engagement and learning and/or University initiatives. These are the first all-faculty/staff gatherings of each semester.