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The Teaching Commons produces a number of video series that focus on teaching and learning at DePaul. The first series, DePaul Faculty Oral Histories, profiles faculty members who share their experiences and insights related to teaching, addressing topics such as "If I knew then, what I know now" and "My biggest teaching challenge." The second series, Teaching for Learning, addresses myriad topics related to teaching and learning, such as teaching difficult courses, fostering meaningful discussion, and integrating technology. Finally, faculty from across the university discuss how they use Digication in the third series, ePortfolio Community Profiles.

In addition to these video series, you'll also find a selection of previously recorded Teaching Commons events and videos that address teaching with technology.

Oral Histories Series

  • Ben Alba, Director of the Bar Passage Program (LAW)
  • Jeffrey Bergen, Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences (LAS)
  • Barry Brunetti, Head of Theatre Arts and Chair of Theatre Studies (TTS)
  • Matthew Dintzner, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry (CSH)
  • Euan Hague, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Geography (LAS)
  • Kelly Pope, Assistant Professor, School of Accountancy and Management Information Systems (COM)
  • Eric Schwabe, Associate Professor, School of Computing (CDM)
  • Eileen Seifert, Associate Director, First-Year Writing Program, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse (LAS)
  • Chernoh Sesay, Jr., Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies (LAS)
  • Gabriele Strohschen, Associate Professor, School for New Learning (SNL)

Teaching for Learning Series

ePortfolio Community Profiles   

  • Katie Wozniak, Writing Instructor, School for New Learning (SNL)
  • Jennifer Mata, Asst. Professor of Early Childhood Education, College of Education
  • Scott Kelley, Asst.V.P. for Vincentian Scholarship & Asst. Prof. of Religious Studies
  • Peter Vandenberg, Professor and Chair, Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse
  • Lauri Dietz, Director, University Center for Writing-based Learning

Teaching Commons Events   

2013-2014 Academic Year

2012-2013 Academic Year

2011-2012 Academic Year

Teaching with Technology