Faculty Center for Instructional Excellence (FCIE) records
The Faculty Center for Instructional Excellence (FCIE) was created in 1985 by then Provost Ronald Collins to provide support for facult in their teaching efforts. This mission was expanded to encompass the entire "Eastern Michigan University community to provide a comprehensive program of instructional and organizational developement workshops and services to promote and support an exceptional learning environment at Eastern Michigan University." The FCIE was responsible for providing workshops, lectures, and produced a series of publications including a Services and Evetns calendar, Faculty Commons, and The Journal of Professional Studies. The Faculty Center for Instructional Excellence (FCIE) records documents most of those efforts as well as the work of FCIE director Debra DeZure. The collection is organized into three series: Administrative, Workshops and Publications. Materials in these series are arranged alphabetically but do not include records that documents the first five years of the Center. Much of the work of the FCIE is now provided by the Bruce K. Nelson Faculty Development Center.
- 1988 - 2002
- DeZure, Deborah (Author, Person)
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- Faculty Center for Instructional Excellence (FCIE) records
- Alexis Braun Marks, CA
- 2016 May 19
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