APSA offers virtual teaching workshops to support political science faculty improve their teaching practices. Questions about APSA's virtual teaching workshops can be directed to [email protected].
Workshops for Online Teaching
Call for Applicants for new workshop on Innovative Online Teaching Methods!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting move to online teaching, APSA's first virtual teaching workshop will focus on "Innovative Online Teaching Methods." This three week workshop was held during intermittent 1.5 hour sessions June 22 - July 10, 2020 and was be led by Rebecca Glazier (University of Arkansas, Little Rock) and Veronica Reyna (Houston Community College). Participants provided informal presentations of their own online teaching practices and worked together to refine and create resources for online teaching that was be shared with the broader political science community through APSA's online teaching library, APSA Educate. Participants received a $500 honorarium for their work.
ELIGIBILITY: All political science faculty or graduate students with online teaching experience are eligible. Priority will be given to contingent faculty, faculty working at under-resourced institutions, faculty who have been recently furloughed, and faculty who have lost their current positions. Because this workshop may be tied to a broader series of workshops funded by the NEH, all workshops will explicitly focus on humanistic approaches to political science; thus, participants interested in pursuing statistical or other non-humanistic content or approaches during the workshop are not eligible.
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED. Check back for information on future virtual teaching workshops.