Events

July 10 - 16, 2020

Friday, July 10

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

Virtual Skies over Central New York

Via Zoom, take a live virtual tour of the Night Sky presented by Colgate students and staff at the Ho Tung Visualization Lab & Planetarium. Learn about...

Saturday, July 11

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

Sunday, July 12

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

Monday, July 13

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

Tuesday, July 14

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

 Transitioning Your Course for Remote Teaching

This facilitated discussion session is for faculty members interested in exploring ideas and asking questions about course design to support the transition...

Exploring Social Sciences Library Resources for Remote Learning

This open / facilitated session is for faculty members interested in asking questions and sharing ideas about library resources to support remote instruction...

Wednesday, July 15

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

Zoom

During the emergency pivot to remote instruction in Spring 2020, many faculty relied on Zoom to connect with their students and to hold synchronous class...

July 15, 2020 9:30am
Teaching Through the Screen: Classroom Community after COVID-19

Sean Michael Morris, Senior Instructor of Learning, Design, and Technology in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado at...

Understanding Wikipedia

We’ve all visited Wikipedia at some point in our academic careers, but what is Wikipedia? How do you use it? And can anyone just edit it? Join Debbie Krahmer...

Thursday, July 16

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Living Writers #ColgateSummerReads

"There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away." — Emily Dickinson Join us for a page-by-page reading of two brilliant stories — one fictional, one...

Making Instructional Videos Interactive with H5P

Using web-based video in teaching - whether it is something interesting found online or content that we create for our students - has become a more common...

Colgate University Libraries’ Discovery Layer

Colgate Libraries provide access to many information resources that differ in subject, scope, and level of description. Access to resources also differs in...

Lecture Recording and Streaming with OBS

Recording lectures can be challenging. Using a service like Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) can make this process easy and efficient. Combine many video and...

Visual Literacy for Online Projects

As some assignments move online, having students consider the aesthetic and information architecture of their assignments becomes more important. Jesi Buell...

Assessment for Learning in the Online Classroom

Lorna Richey Kearns PhD, Senior Consultant for Next Generating Learning, University of Pittsburgh, will talk with us about online assessment and best...

Developing a Third-Century Plan for Your Department/Program

Part of the Summer Professional Development and Leadership Series, presented by Human Resources and Colgate Hello Presented by Carolyn Strobel, director,...

 Transitioning Your Course for Remote Teaching

This facilitated discussion session is for faculty members interested in exploring ideas and asking questions about course design to support the transition...

Exploring Natural Sciences and Mathematics Library Resources for Remote Teaching

This open / facilitated session is for faculty members interested in asking questions and sharing ideas about library resources to support remote instruction...

July 16, 2020 2:30pm

July 10 - 16, 2020