The mission of the Faculty Resource Center is to provide faculty with the instructional resources and support to explore and implement innovative teaching practices. The Center provides consultation, programs, training, and support.
The Center is a faculty-focused, collaborative endeavor to promote effective teaching, with special emphasis on technology-enhanced, hybrid, and online courses. The Center supports new ways of teaching and learning, including creative approaches to faculty-student engagement, course design and implementation, and the seamless integration of technology into the academic environment.
David Anderson, Director
David Anderson, PhD, Senior Faculty Associate to the Office of Information Technology, Director of the Faculty Resource Center, a Quality Matters™ Certified Peer Reviewer, and Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has over 30 years of experience developing and implementing technology in teaching and learning.
719.255.3154 or email@example.com
Jackie Crouch, Instructional Technologist
Jackie Crouch, MA, is an Instructional Technologist in the Faculty Resource Center. She has provided technology solutions and training since 1999. A Blackboard Certified Trainer, Canvas Trainer, and Quality Matters™ Certified Peer Reviewer, her passion for all things related to technology in education keeps her engaged in research, evaluation, and recommendation of emerging technologies.
719.255.4493 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon Stevens, Faculty Development Coordinator
Sharon Stevens, MA is the Faculty Development Coordinator for the Faculty Resource Center. She coordinates the faculty development programming and resources related to teaching excellence for the University’s Colleges and works closely with faculty to promote the use of evidence-based pedagogies and principles of effective course design.
719.255.4287 or email@example.com
Scott Switzer, Instructional Designer
Scott Switzer, MA, is the Instructional Designer for the Center as well as a Quality Matters™ Master Reviewer and the UCCS Quality Matters™ Coordinator. Scott has been teaching and working with UCCS faculty since 1996 and has over fifteen years of online teaching experience. Scott is interested in experiential learning and in the use of problem- or scenario-based learning in an online environment.
719.255.4154 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated December 31, 2018