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Business Managers' Meeting

Finance | 4 classes
The Business Managers' Meeting is designed to provide Business Managers' as well as the LSU campus community with updates on current Finance and Administration topics. ***No Registration Required***

Curriculum Mapping

Institutional Effectiveness | 2 classes
Participants will be introduced to mapping concepts and the purpose and use of maps so they can immediately begin drafting their program's curriculum map. **Must bring a list of all required courses and student learning outcomes from your program.** **Any workshop with less than 4 attendees will be canceled. Cancelations will be sent 24 hours prior.**

Design to Align: Achieving Course Alignment and Improving Student Outcomes (Webinar)

LSU Online | 1 class
Alignment is the intentional connection between course outcomes, learning objectives, assessments, activities and materials. Course alignment builds a strong internal framework; helps ensure that both you and your students have accurate expectations about what will be taught in your course; and that students are practicing and demonstrating the skills you want them to learn. In this webinar, you will learn strategies for aligning your course from writing measurable and observable course outcomes and learning objectives to formulating relevant and authentic assessments. This webinar is recommended for all faculty interested in designing cohesive learning experiences.

Designing and Teaching Accessible Courses (Blended Format) Aug. 26th - Sept. 23

LSU Online | 1 class
This blended course will introduce you to the core concepts of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the laws and standards of accessibility in higher education. We will explore the common barriers that students with disabilities may face in accessing course content, and how to use resources within Moodle to overcome those accessibility issues. This course aims to equip faculty with the basic guidelines and tools for making course content accessible and universal.

Designing and Teaching Accessible Courses (Fully Online Course) Oct 7th - Nov 4th

LSU Online | 1 class
This fully online asynchronous course will introduce you to the core concepts of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the laws and standards of accessibility in higher education. We will explore the common barriers that students with disabilities may face in accessing course content, and how to use resources within Moodle to overcome those accessibility issues. This course aims to equip faculty with the basic guidelines and tools for making course content accessible and universal.

Foundation and Fundamentals of Student Learning Assessment

Institutional Effectiveness | 3 classes
Participants will be introduced to the assessment process, Bloom's taxonomy, curriculum mapping, direct and indirect methods, and rubrics. **Any workshop with less than 4 attendees will be canceled. Cancelations will be sent 24 hours prior.**

GeauxGrants Conflict of Interest Open Lab

Sponsored Programs | 2 classes
This open lab is intended to introduce faculty and staff to the GeauxGrants Conflict of Interest module for electronically submitting PM-11 Disclosures of Outside Employment and Significant Financial Interest Disclosures (SFI) and Travel Disclosures related to LSU’s Financial Conflict of Interest in Research policy (PS-98). The open lab will be led by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

HR Analyst & Workday Updates

HR | 1 class
The class will cover the basic responsibilities and expectations of the Workday’s HR Analyst role, the role’s relationship to the Office of HRM, and introduce resources available to ensure success in completing relevant business processes. After attending this class, you will have learned about the Personnel Management Dashboard, the new Hire business process, and the best practices in maintaining reports and ensuring accuracy when completing HCM actions. This course is recommended.

HRM Power Hour

HR | 3 classes
Each month, participants will attend an in-person training related to an HR topic facilitated by a University subject matter expert. The topic will be discussed and explored from an LSU perspective! The training sessions will include interactive components allowing participants to receive a better understanding of the topic. **This course is open to HRM staff only. Please feel free to sign up for other professional development trainings open to all LSU employees coming in the fall. Thank you!

Integrative Learning Core (ILC) Planning Sessions

Institutional Effectiveness | 4 classes
The Integrative Learning Core Planning Sessions are for faculty currently teaching a general education course that plan to submit their course as an ILC course in the Fall 2019/Spring 2020 academic year.