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USM Faculty First Week 2021 has ended
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The Office of the Provost and the Center for Faculty Development (CFD) welcome faculty and staff back to campus for a kick-start for the semester. Faculty First Week (FFW) is a dedicated time for the campus community to prepare for the upcoming semester through workshops and presentations from fellow faculty and staff on campus. Faculty First Week includes convocations, college and school meetings, presentations and updates on campus processes and support systems, professional development, and social events. The New Faculty Orientation is embedded in FFW, and we look forward to welcoming new members to our Southern Miss community.

The theme, Hybridity: A New Normal, focuses on the opportunities and possibilities revealed through the parameters of the Covid-19 pandemic. As we move into a new hybrid academic environment, what processes will we keep from the primarily online world of the pandemic? This year’s FFW centers on sharing ideas for class engagement and course design, effective practices for service and committee meetings, and approaches to research within a hybrid environment.

Please register for the individual events you plan to attend so we can manage venues for presentations, order refreshments and supplies, and track participation and feedback.

Questions? Please email cfd@usm.edu.
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Tuesday, August 17 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Session 3C: Promoting Students’ Online Interaction with Multimedia Components

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This presentation provides an overview of the current available technology for teachers to screen capture demonstrations, videotape lectures, create interactive video assignments as well as audio/video responses, and discusses how to motivate students’ learning interests and collaboration by using these tools. Some practical examples will be demonstrated to help educators understand how these tools can be used in instructional settings.

This session will be in person with IVN from Gulf Park campus to Hattiesburg campus.

Speakers
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Jon Beedle

Associate Professor, University of Southern Mississippi
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Shuyan Wang

Associate Prof., USM
Dr. Shuyan Wang is an Associate Professor in Instructional Technology at The University of Southern Mississippi. Her research interests include the integration of technology throughout the curriculum, distance education, e-learning, assessment, and electronic portfolios. Dr. Wang... Read More →



Tuesday August 17, 2021 3:15pm - 4:00pm CDT
NIB 101 Gulf Park Campus and LAB 204 Hattiesburg campus