The Delphi Center periodically sponsors or collaborates with other units to offer special events, workshops, and programs of interest to the university community.
Active Learning Strategies
Explore active learning strategies for increasing student engagement by attending this interactive workshop. "Increasing Student Engagement through Active Learning" will be hosted virtually on March 23, 2023, from noon to 1:30 p.m. The MS Teams link will be provided upon registration.
Adobe Day of Discovery
Explore the uses and benefits of incorporating digital literacy and media production for classroom instruction. With live-streamed sessions provided by Adobe specialists, representatives from other Creative Campuses, and/or UofL faculty and staff, you will see varying perspectives and examples of the role of digital literacy, media instruction, and specifically Adobe Creative Cloud apps across the curriculum. Learn more and register.
Advancing Online Learning Workshop Series
Join the growing community of deans, department chairs, staff, and educators involved with online programs by attending the Advancing Online Learning Workshop Series. This workshop series seeks to build a network of individuals interested in advancing the quality of online learning at UofL. Participants will learn about a variety of topics related to best practices and trends in the online learning space as well as walk away with practical ideas and tips they can apply to their work in support of online programs.
Care Team U: Management of Student Crises
Do you want information on how to help a student in crisis, or would like to know what happens after you refer them? The Dean of Students Office, UofL’s Student Care Team, and Delphi Center are pleased to offer a NEW roundtable discussion for faculty and staff who wish to help know more about how student crises are initially responded to, managed, and discussed with need-to-know partners at UofL.
Engaged Learning SparkLabs
The Delphi Center has partnered with the Center for Engaged Learning and the Office of Community Engagement to offer workshops on Engaged Learning. These Sparklabs are designed for instructors interested in learning more about creating engaged learning experiences for students in their courses.
Faculty Affairs Pop-Up Policy Sessions
The Delphi Center is pleased to partner with the Office of Faculty Affairs to host a series of “pop-up” policy sessions for UofL faculty. These 30-minute online sessions are intended to increase participants’ awareness of how UofL governance plays into climate and collegiality, with a focus on making connections between institutional policy and faculty culture.
Learning Technologies Open House and Workshops
Are you looking to capture the dynamic feel of writing on a board for your recorded video content? Join us for interactive teaching display demonstrations and a series of technology-specific workshops to introduce you to new instructional technologies. Learn more and register.
The Dean of Students Office, Delphi Center, KY Autism Training Center, and Disability Resource Center have partnered to create an online module and virtual roundtables for faculty and staff who wish to help students on the spectrum be successful at UofL. The module provide general information on ASD, strategies for collaborating with students in class and during escalated situations, and resources for support. In addition, virtual (synchronous) roundtables with students, faculty, and staff are planned during Spring semester.
Syllabus Tune-Up and Peer Review
Developed at the request of several UofL faculty members, these sessions will allow you to receive guidance that will help develop and strengthen your syllabi in preparation for the upcoming semester.
Virtual Reality Workshop
Are you interested in learning about the possibilities of integrating virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and immersive virtual reality (IVR) in your courses? During this event, VR expert Dr. Shannon Putnam will share an overview of these technologies and demonstrate how VR, AR and IVR can be used to engage students in course content.