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Course Portfolio Working Group
Request for Proposals
All university faculty members are invited to participate during the
2001-2002 academic year in a course portfolio working group
(CPWG). Since 1997, more than 45 Xavier faculty members have
developed course portfolios with grant support from the Center for the
Advancement of Teaching. A $500 stipend per semester is available
to CPWG participants.
A course portfolio is a coherent set of materials related to a
particular course. It is not simply a collection of teaching
materials, but a scholarly project reflecting the choices an instructor
makes in designing, implementing, and evaluating a course. As
noted by one faculty member, "The purpose of the course portfolio
is to provide a vehicle for inquiry and reflection into the teaching and
learning process." The portfolio may be Web-based.
Dr. David Lanoue, Professor of English and a member of the first course
portfolio working group, will coordinate the efforts of the CPWG during
the 2001-2002 academic year.
If you are interested in participating in this project, please submit a
letter of interest to the Center by Friday, September 7, 2001.
Please send a copy of this letter to your department chair. You
may drop the letter off at the Center (Library Room 534) or send it via
campus mail (P.O. Box 73A) or e-mail at email@example.com.
Only the first 5 faculty members who submit letters of interest will be
funded -- we encourage you to submit your letter as soon as possible!
Funded faculty must submit progress and final reports, portions of which
will be posted on the CPWG section of the Center's website. If you have
questions, contact the Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or Todd Stanislav at ext.
7512 or via e-mail.
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