Join Drs. Siobahn Day on August 15th at 12 pm in CLC 309 or virtually Grady and Racheal Brooks for an interactive blended format Fall Faculty Day workshop, Reimagine Course Design Using Inclusive and Emancipatory Practices. Day Grady and Brooks are authors of the Quality Matters (QM) white paper, Course Design Considerations for Inclusion and Representation, and presenters in the QM Research Webinar series. Their novel psychosocial framework for course design focuses on power and empowerment, validation, engagement, and emancipating learners and instructors from the systems that erect barriers to learning and success.
Dr. Day Grady, assistant professor of information science/systems at North Carolina Central University (NCCU), is also the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in computer science from North Carolina A&T State University and she serves as the co-director of the Center fOr Data Equity (CODE). Dr. Brooks is NCCU’s director of e-Learning and a member of the QM Academic Advisory Council. Her research interests include online learning and student success, inclusive design, and Spanish language acquisition.
Please REGISTER to join this blended workshop live, with lunch provided, or to receive your Zoom meeting link.