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Distance Learning and Faculty Development

Realize your Potential

Contact Us

College of Southern Maryland
askme@csmd.edu
8730 Mitchell Rd
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646-0910
301-934-2251

Distance Learning and Faculty Development

DLF Training

We offer ongoing workshops on a wide range of topics including tracks in the art and science of teaching, technology in instruction, and general interest workshops.


Maryland Consortium for Adjunct Faculty Professional Development (MCAPD)
October 4, 2014 -  Howard Community College - Columbia, MD
Join adjuncts from around the state to explore how faculty are reconsidering instructional and assessment approaches to reflect the diverse and emerging needs of today's students. Effective pedagogical practice intersecting with powerful supporting technologies as well as advocacy for encouraging student collaboration and problem-solving will all contribute to this dynamic professional development event.
  • Step 1: Register for MCAPD -- http://mcapd.wikispaces.com/
    On the online registration form, under Payment, check this box:  Institutional affiliate paying my conference fees.
  • Step 2:  Forward your MCAPD registration confirmation e-mail to Brenda Miller (bmiller@csmd.edu).Within 30 days after the conference, submit your Travel Reimbursement Form:  http://www.csmd.edu/dlf/how.html.
Please contact Brenda Miller (bmiller@csmd.edu or 301-539-4736) if you have any questions.

DLF Monthly Mondays Newsletters

If you want to view our Monthly Mondays Newsletters from November 2013 until now, please log into Blackboard and search for the community DAA-Adjunct Faculty Comunity. If you have not enrolled in the community, please click on the link for instructions.

All previous/current newsletters will be available for viewing in Fall 2014. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Keisha Patterson (kpatterson1@csmd.edu).

DLF Events 

DLF Mission Statement

The Division of Distance Learning and Faculty Development (DLF) supports the faculty in developing high quality, accessible and effective teaching and learning environments. To facilitate these goals, the DLF staff provides service to faculty including planning, consulting, training, and support. The DLF staff encourages, challenges, and assists faculty to incorporate instructional technologies into their traditional or distance learning courses. The DLF staff plays an important role in providing staff and faculty with support and tools to enhance student success in distance learning courses.