The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) is now offering two new Instructional Design (ID) graduate-level certificates as part of our Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program. Their two fully online graduate ID certificates have been developed in partnership with the School of Education, the Office of Online Learning, the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy, and the Instructional Technology and Research Support group. These certificates are intended for existing faculty to augment their current skills in the design and development of online and in-person courses – both of which benefit from ID principles and practices. LEARN MORE
The August 2022 FOTL will occur in person, on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, with the option for online session simulcasts.
8:30am - Light breakfast
8:45am - Keynote address and welcome session. More information will be available later this summer.
10:30am - Block 1: 60-minute concurrent content sessions. Click the Register Now link below to view the full schedule.
11:45am - Block 2: 60-minute concurrent content sessions. Click the Register Now link below to view the full schedule.
1:00pm - Featured celebratory, welcome back luncheon. All instructors are welcome to gather for continued conversation and networking to kick-off the new academic year.
If you would like to share your examples of student-centered teaching strategies and tactics, apply for a micro-grant from FCIP. Faculty stories in the form of short videos or audio files will be posted on FCIP's website and promoted to instructors across the university. Content is due by August 1, 2022, but earlier submissions are encouraged. Preference will be given to applications received by June 13, 2022.
The recording of "Paulo Freire and Black Feminist Pedagogy," delivered by Sydney Curtis, Ph.D. Candidate, Loyola University Chicago School of Education with introductory remarks by Lillianna Carrera, Ph.D., Postdoctoral scholar at Texas State University in the Department of Organization, Workforce, and Leadership Studies, is now available! VIEW
FCIP and the Loyola University Chicago Wellness Center collaborated to produce five short videos on student wellness and COVID-19, including resources for both students and faculty and concrete ways instructors can help students with their mental health needs.
In lieu of a synchronous session, check out resources on caring for yourself as we near the end of the semester
See what our excellent faculty are up to in and out of the classroom! Catherine Nichols, Advanced Lecturer in Cultural Anthropology and Museum Studies Director at the May Weber Ethnographic Study Collection is our first feature. READ MORE