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FYI Topics for Sunday May 03, 2015
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  1. FREE CONCERT: Music, Movement, Mind and Score
  2. TLTC Webinar Series: BOX Integration with ELMS
  3. TLTC Teaching Philosophy Retreat: APPLY NOW!
  4. Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference: Catch up on What you Missed
  5. TLTC Teaching Tip of the Week: Library Resources for Finals and Beyond
  6. Dining on Campus - highlights this week !

1. FREE CONCERT: Music, Movement, Mind and Score

When: Sunday, May 03, 2015 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Where: Clarice Smith PAC : Dekelbaum Concert Hall
Event Type(s): Concert

Join members from the UMD School of Music, Sunday May 3rd at 8pm, as they combine for an evening of music, movement, and opera!

The first half will feature a performance by the School of Music's first course on improvisation, collaboration and art-making culminates on stage with a conductorless performance that integrates music and movement (Taught by James Ross and Liz Lerman).

The Maryland Opera Studio then joins UMSO on the second half of the concert to perform a concert version of Rossini's one-act opera, L'occasione fa il ladro (Opportunity makes a thief), conducted by Enrico Lopez-YaƱez.

Website: https://theclarice.umd.edu/events/2014/umd-symphony-orchestra-maryland-opera-studio

For more information, contact:
Enrico Lopez-Yanez
+1 301 405 5549



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2. TLTC Webinar Series: BOX Integration with ELMS

When: Tuesday, May 05, 2015 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
Event Type(s): Other

BOX is a cloud-based storage and collaboration system that provides a Web interface for uploading, downloading, sharing, and discussing files. BOX is designed to work on Macs, PCs, smartphones, and tablets, so it gives you access to your files from just about anywhere. Soon you will be able to access your BOX from right within your ELMS course site. In this webinar we will review the new sharing and submission possibilities with the coming integration.
Registration for the webinar is not required.
Join the webinar at: https://webmeeting.umd.edu/ltwebinars

For more information, contact:
Michael Koliska

tltc.umd.edu



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3. TLTC Teaching Philosophy Retreat: APPLY NOW!

Where: McKeldin Library : 4123
Event Type(s): Other

Graduate students wanting to teach at the university level will need a statement of teaching philosophy and a teaching portfolio. Join the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center staff and fellow graduate students for a three-day retreat this summer during which you will write your statement of teaching philosophy and create your teaching portfolio. Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day. This opportunity is available free of charge for all graduate students and is highly recommended for University Teaching and Learning Program (UTLP) participants.
Apply at http://go.umd.edu/ZJJ
DEADLINE May 22!
Retreat sessions:
Session I: June 10-12
Session II: June 24-262

For more information, contact:
Michael Koliska

tltc.umd.edu



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4. Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference: Catch up on What you Missed

Event Type(s): Other

More than 150 faculty and teaching assistants attended the April 24 Innovations in Teaching and Learning conference. If you missed it, you now have the chance to catch up. Videos of the morning plenary session, "Improving Student Learning: What Does This Mean from the Student Perspective?" and the luncheon keynote, "Hail to the Data: What We're Learning from Learning Analytics," are available from the conference website: http://blog.umd.edu/itlconference/

For more information, contact:
Michael Koliska

tltc.umd.edu



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5. TLTC Teaching Tip of the Week: Library Resources for Finals and Beyond

Event Type(s): Other

In the last days of the semester students juggle several final papers and projects at the same time. To ensure that students will use the best available information and resources for their final assignments consider directing them to University of Maryland library departmental liaisons (http://go.umd.edu/ZJw). The departmental liaisons are specialized librarians who can help students in your field find the relevant information for their projects. Departmental liaisons can also assist faculty to integrate future research projects into your syllabus and classroom.

For more information, contact:
Michael Koliska

tltc.umd.edu



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6. Dining on Campus - highlights this week !

When: Sunday, May 03, 2015 - Saturday, May 09, 2015
Event Type(s): Other

Daily
- Mon. Food donations accepted at Cole 3:00-6:00 CampusPantry.umd.edu
- Tue. Cinco de Mayo special dinner at South Campus Dining Hall and The Diner
- Tue. Late Night Decadence Dessert at South Campus Dining Hall and The Diner
- Tue. Cinco do Mayo buffet at Adele's Restaurant in the Stamp
- Tue. Trivia at Mulligan's 6:30. Cinco do Mayo specials
- Wed. Terp Street Market at South Campus Dining Hall
- Wed. Farmers Market at Cole - Chef Demonstration: Recipes from Home
- Thu. Music at Mulligan's featuring Cheek to Cheek
- Sun. Join us for Mother's Day at Mulligan's Restaurant mulligans.umd.edu
All Week
- Stop by any Cafe on Campus for a Tuna Salad Sandwich
- Visit Mulligan's. We have the best Happy Hour around!
- Look around for the Green Tidings food truck UMDgreentidings.com
All Month
- The nutrition article for May is about combining foods for better nutrition
- Favorite brand names, great deals for May in the Stamp Food Court
Visit online for menus and details

For more information, contact:
Bart Hipple
Dining Services
+1 301 314 9413

dining.umd.edu



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