How to Make a Graphic Syllabus

Wednesday, November 6, 1:25 pm to 2:25 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
023 Dunbar Library
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
Staff

Led by Rebecca Teed, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences.  A graphic syllabus contains information-rich images, such as graphs, timelines, flow charts, or maps to tell students what they need to know to navigate your course.  We’ll review the information that your syllabus should contain, such as the basics mandated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, additions required by your department, the Wright Core, Writing Across the Curriculum, etc., and items specific to your course and work on designing infographics to convey that information.  Please bring one of the syllabi that you want to revise.  I’ll make sure to have examples for you to look at.  Participants are welcome to stay after the workshop to work on their syllabi.

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