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Faculty and Academic Program Support

FITís Office of Faculty and Academic Program Support proudly supports the work of curriculum administration, faculty development through the Center for Excellence in Teaching , The Career and Internship Center, Faculty Services, and The Office of Online Learning and Academic Technologies.

Exciting new projects from Academic Affairs include:

  • Beginning in Fall 2015, curricular actions will be initiated using the online Course Inventory Management (CIM) system. CIM will replace the current paper process. 
  • For information on how to use FIT's new Online Learning Content Management System Blackboard, view this tutorial:
  • Access the 2014-15 undergraduate catalog here

  • For information on how to write Student Learning Outcomes, see this video created by the Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET).
  • FIT has established Articulation Agreements with a number of schools. For more information on which schools have an agreement with FIT, visit the Registrar's office.

  • The Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET) has released a number of videos and other recorded resources for faculty use.  Some examples include recordings of student-faculty roundtables, a series of master teaching videos in the classroom, presentations and panels.  For a detailed list of videos and resources, visit the CET website.
  • The College Wide Curriculum Committee has developed suggested guidelines for submission of interdisciplinary courses.  Experimental interdisciplinary courses will be assessed at the conclusion of each semester in which the courses are offered. A plan for how these pilot courses will be assessed is to be developed by the authoring faculty and shared with Academic Affairs and the UCE at the beginning of each semester. Assessments should be linked to units of study, their products and the manner in which the product (creativity) is to be presented.

    Build your rubric to:
    • Assess how the proposed course integrated insights from multiple discipline/perspectives.
    • Assess how the course helped students integrate multiple perspectives to develop a fuller understanding of the content.
    • Assess how the course's learning outcomes made explicit the interdisciplinary focus of the course and to what extent students (and teachers) were able to achieve learning outcomes.
  • For the most up-to-date information about grant opportunities, see the Grants Digest

  • Update on Academic Program & General Education Review for AY2014-15

  • FIT faculty are encouraged to apply to Fulbright's specialist program, a two to six week experience in a selected institution abroad. The FSP grant aims to exchange expertise and and build collaborations between US faculty and international partners on curriculum, faculty development, and institutional planning. Background on the FSP grant and application information can be found here:

  •  By Fall 2015, FIT will complete the transition from ANGEL to Blackboard. All courses and groups will be housed in Blackboard, which has many exciting new features such as enhanced rubrics, easier grading, and a better content editor. To find out the schedule for Blackboard training, please see the CET.

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