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Time: 02/24/2018: 10:00AM–4:30PM Location: University of Southern California, Taper Hall, 3501 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, CA 90089
In conjunction with CAA’s Annual Conference in Los Angeles, the Education Committee has organized a SoTL Bootcamp for faculty interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Generous support provided from the Samuel R. Kress Foundation, AHSC (Art Historians of Southern California), the University of Southern California, and CAA.
The program will include lightning talks by art historians with expertise in SoTL and educational research, participant-led working sessions on pedagogical and SoTL-AH topics, and a hands-on practicum on developing SoTL projects.
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RSVP: Advance registration required. Limited to 50 participants.
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