Join Us for Faculty Tea, Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 on 3/23, 4/6, 4/20 & 5/4

The CAT is intentionally limited programming again this semester because we recognize you are all extremely busy. BUT we have also heard some colleagues are missing the community they find by attending CAT events and talking with colleagues across campus. We miss that too. Join […]

Join Us for a Midterm Check In & Happy Hour, 10/21, 3:30-4:30

Can you believe it’s mid-October already?? We intentionally limited programming this semester because we recognize you are all extremely busy. BUT we miss you and wanted to create a space for reflecting on how the semester is going and also a little time for community. […]

This Week in Faculty Support for Fall 2020 Teaching

The Faculty Commons team, along with our partners, have a wide set of programs this summer to help you prepare for teaching during a pandemic. We are summarizing upcoming events once a week here.  This Week Monday, August 10 Engaging Students Online with VoiceThread Amy […]

CAT Summer Reading Groups

If you are interested in reading more about teaching online, we have organized two reading groups for the summer. We hope you will join us! Meets weekly three times this summer on Wednesdays (6/10, 6/17, & 6/24) from 12-1. This […]

A Preview of Summer Support

The CAT, Office of Online Education, Digital Initiatives, and Academic Technology are in the process of preparing comprehensive, coordinated plans to support WFU faculty as we prepare for Fall 2020 and another semester of teaching in the midst of a pandemic. Early next week you […]

Failure, Resilience, and a Virtual Happy Hour!

It’s been inspirational to see our Wake Forest community come together in a variety of ways over the past week to figure out how to make this massive shift to remote instruction. As we are working on settling into our new “normal”, let’s take a […]

Consultations are Going Remote, Too

Now that the entire campus is moving to remote work, we are making another shift in our plans for support this week (at some point, we are going to run out of chalkboard images to capture these shifts!). When our open labs went remote, many […]