Are you a faculty member interested in creating your own personal faculty website to highlight your scholarly and creative activity?
Mary Litch, Director of Academic Technology will be hosting a series of workshops to help faculty create personal websites describing their research and creative activity. These sites will use the Edublogs platform which use the Wordpress content management system. It allows users to create professional-looking websites without knowing HTML and will use a Chapman URL (eg, sites.chapman.edu/smith).
Title: Creating a Faculty Personal Website on sites.chapman.edu. (Open to full-time faculty at Chapman.)
Dates: Monday, August 19, 4-5:30 and Monday, August 26, 10:30-noon.
Location: LL 305, which offers Windows desktop computers. Participants may bring a laptop, if they prefer.
Previous Training Events
OUR hosted a series of four workshops for faculty members to develop and improve their websites. If you missed it, or would like more information, PDFs are available below for your convenience!
Advice on Mentoring Students
- Creating Time for Research, from the CUR Quarterly
- The Mentoring Role in Undergraduate Research, from the CUR Quarterly
Evaluation of NSF Support for Undergraduate Research Opportunities, from SRI International
This report details, “the demographic and academic characteristics of undergraduates who participate in UROs nationwide, why individuals (faculty as well as students) choose to participate, the characteristics and components of UROs, the effects of UROs on students’ academic and career decisions, and whether different kinds of research experiences are more effective with some types of students than with others (e.g., minorities vs. non-minorities, men vs. women).