About Faculty Newsletter
Editor & Production
Susan Lambert, Director, FCPE
Rui Huang, Instructional Designer, FCPE
Special thanks go to the Office of Public Affairs and Bonnie Eissner who kindly reviewed articles for University style, grammar and structure.
At a faculty brownbag lunch session in the Spring of 2003, hosted by Provost Marcia Welsh, Professor Coleman Paul expressed the need for a faculty newsletter. Bruce Rosenbloom, former Educational Technologist of FCPE, took up the challenge and initiated this online forum for faculty articles and ideas. We thank Professor Paul and all those who contributed to the genesis of this newsletter.
The Teaching and Research Forum is published once per semester by the Faculty Center for Professional Excellence (FCPE) of Adelphi University. Our goal is to encourage an ongoing dialog on issues related to pedagogy and research as well as to provide a forum for ideas to improve teaching. Areas of interest for this publication include:
- research conducted by Adelphi faculty
- general articles about teaching and learning
- technology and its impact on teaching, and
- on-going forums and workshops on campus about teaching, research and grants.
In an effort to constantly improve this publication, we urge you to provide your feedback on this issue, and consider contributing to this newsletter in the future. Please send your feedback to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome short articles from Adelphi faculty and staff who wish to share their activities and expertise with colleagues. Articles should be 500-1000 words, saved in MS-Word or similar format, with a 1-2 sentence bio and photo of author.
If you have some article ideas, please e-mail the newsletter editors at email@example.com or call Susan Lambert at x4225.
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2004 Digital Education Achievement Award
This publication was awarded the Digital Educational Achievement Award for 2004, in the Higher Education: Teacher Focused Application category. This award is presented yearly by the Center for Digital Education, as part of their Best of the Web award competition.
We thank all participants in this process.