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Eligible faculty and staff may receive tuition assistance covering the tuition, general and technology fees for up to six (6) course units per academic year (managed on a term-by-term basis) for credit courses offered by Penn
All instructors at Penn are invited to consult with CTL individually about their teaching. CTL staff can also observe instructors in the classroom. After the observation, the CTL observer will meet with the instructor to discuss the class and ways of achieving the instructor’s teaching goals.
"Flexible Work Options are a valued tool for supporting employee efforts to balance the demands of work and personal life. They can promote productivity and balance by using non-traditional work hours, locations, and/or job structures."
This calendar holds events that are specific to the professional staff at the Libraries. It includes all the "All Liaison" meetings, outreach receptions, workshop series intended specifically for staff, GOLD events, etc.
We'd love to add your story to the blog? interesting collaborations, details about Webinars or conferences you've attended, new projects, a presentation, slide decks, new ideas. The blog is the place for you.
A small group of liaisons beginning August 2018, are piloting the use of this form. If you are interested in participating, please contact stuhrreb @ upenn(dot)edu
Interest Groups and Intra-Library Learning Opportunities
Visit the Interest Group Page at the Liaison Services Confluence site to find out about all of the interest groups and their contacts. If you'd like to see another interest group, Liaison Services Council can provide you with a space on Confluence and in other ways as needed.
Teaching Interest Group
Monthly meeting to discuss and and improve instructional practices and activities in the Libraries. Contact Sam Kirk for more information.
WORD LAB is a text analysis research interest community at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries for all related research and disciplines.
TEI Collective Initiative
Group working on TEI encoding of EEBO books. Contact Rebecca Stuhr to participate. Meets every Friday at 2:00 p.m. in the Vitale Media Lab, 6th floor. Drop by any Friday. Ask to be invited to the Canvas site: https://canvas.upenn.edu/courses/1294667