CAPITAL COLLEGE 

OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR

PENN STATE HARRISBURG

 


William J. Mahar

Associate Provost and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Director of the Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium

 

717-948-6103  wjm2@psu.edu

 

Welcome to my personal web page.  This page contains information and links related to my duties as Associate Provost and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of the Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium. 

 


Capital College Academic Affairs

Capital College Administrative Guidelines and Management Practices   [March, 2004]

Curricular Integrity Presentation [[December, 2005]

Faculty Senate Presentation on Guidelines and Policies  [April, 2004]

Capital College Internships  [Board of Advisors Presentation May, 2004]

Preparing for Annual Reviews [December, 2004]

 


Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium 

The Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium sponsors workshops, lectures, discussions, special presentations, and supports  faculty initiatives related to the improvement of teaching.  The key leadership for program initiatives comes from the Faculty Teaching Team, which currently under the leadership of Dr. George Boudrea. Dr. Barry Williams coordinates all instructional design and technological assistance for the CLTLC, and Ms. Carol McQuiggan manages all ANGEL and eLearning activities. 

The purpose of the Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium [CLTLC] is "to promote, facilitate, communicate and recognize the transformation of learning, including learning already in progress at Penn State."

A second purpose of the CLTLC is "to develop leadership for continuous improvement of teaching and learning." 

 


For the more information on the University Teaching and Learning Consortium, click on the main TLC web site at: http://www.psu.edu/dept/tlc

 

For information about best practices now in use by Penn State Faculty Teams, click on the best practices site:  http://www.psu.edu/dept/tlc/teams/faculty/bestpractices/active.html

 


Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium Presentations Currently Available

    1.  Research at Penn State PowerPoint at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/ResearchPSU.ppt

    2.  Student Centered College at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/Student Centered College.ppt

    3.  Cyberplagiarism PowerPoint Interactive at: http://personal.psu.edu/wjm2/CyberplagInteractive.ppt

   44.  Electronic Grading Tutorial at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/eGrading_2004.ppt

Capital College Faculty Development Programs

    1.  Preparing for Annual [HR-40] Reviews at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/Preparing_for_Annual_Reviews_2004.ppt.

Capital College Classroom Improvement Projects and Technology Initiatives/Reports

    1.  Olmsted Project 2004.1 at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/Olmsted_Basement_Project                 

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   Page Last Modified December 9, 2005

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CAPITAL COLLEGE 
OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR 
PENN STATE HARRISBURG 
  
William J. Mahar
Associate Provost and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Director of the Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium
 
717-948-6103  wjm2@psu.edu
 
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Welcome to my personal web page.  This page contains information and links related to my duties as Associate Provost and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of the Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium. 
  
Capital College Academic Affairs
Capital College Administrative Guidelines and Management Practices   [March, 2004]
Curricular Integrity Presentation [[December, 2005]
Faculty Senate Presentation on Guidelines and Policies  [April, 2004]
Capital College Internships  [Board of Advisors Presentation May, 2004]
Preparing for Annual Reviews [December, 2004]
  
Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium 
The Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium sponsors workshops, lectures, discussions, special presentations, and supports  faculty initiatives related to the improvement of teaching.  The key leadership for program initiatives comes from the Faculty Teaching Team, which currently under the leadership of Dr. George Boudrea. Dr. Barry Williams coordinates all instructional design and technological assistance for the CLTLC, and Ms. Carol McQuiggan manages all ANGEL and eLearning activities. 
The purpose of the Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium [CLTLC] is "to promote, facilitate, communicate and recognize the transformation of learning, including learning already in progress at Penn State."
A second purpose of the CLTLC is "to develop leadership for continuous improvement of teaching and learning." 
  
For the more information on the University Teaching and Learning Consortium, click on the main TLC web site at: http://www.psu.edu/dept/tlc

For information about best practices now in use by Penn State Faculty Teams, click on the best practices site:  http://www.psu.edu/dept/tlc/teams/faculty/bestpractices/active.html
  
Capital College Teaching and Learning Consortium Presentations Currently Available 
    1.  Research at Penn State PowerPoint at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/ResearchPSU.ppt
    2.  Student Centered College at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/Student Centered College.ppt
    3.  Cyberplagiarism PowerPoint Interactive at: http://personal.psu.edu/wjm2/CyberplagInteractive.ppt
   44.  Electronic Grading Tutorial at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/eGrading_2004.ppt
Capital College Faculty Development Programs
    1.  Preparing for Annual [HR-40] Reviews at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/Preparing_for_Annual_Reviews_2004.ppt. 
Capital College Classroom Improvement Projects and Technology Initiatives/Reports
    1.  Olmsted Project 2004.1 at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/wjm2/Olmsted_Basement_Project                 
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   Page Last Modified December 9, 2005