In response to coronavirus and to help minimize its spread, many UCF events are being canceled.

If you have questions about what’s still open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

  • Getting Started in Undergraduate Research (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research. During the Fall 2020 semester, all OUR workshops will be held through Zoom. To register for this workshop, please visit: https://our.ucf.edu/about/calendar/

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  • KnightEd Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Copyright for Educators

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Copyright for Educators - In this presentation, we will discuss copyright basics and explore copyright issues in both the physical and online classroom. Presented by Sarah Norris

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  • KnightEd Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Learn About UCF's Diverse Families Bookshelf Database

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Learn About UCF's Diverse Families Bookshelf Database, which evaluates books not only based upon their words but also the vital meanings within their pictures. Finding books that mirror diverse families will be just a simple click away. Presented by CMC director, Amy Dovydaitis

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  • 19th Annual Nonprofit Community Partners Conference

    Online

    Leading Forward: Acting on Our Values in a Changing WorldPresented by the UCF School of Public Administration's Nonprofit Management Advisory Board, UCF Downtown's Office of Downtown Community-Engaged Scholarship, and the Center for Public and Nonprofit Management, this year's conference will focus on building relationships and finding solutions to challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the opportunity to build social ...

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  • Knighted Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Remote Teaching Strategies featuring STE's Faculty Remote Learning Community

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Remote Teaching Strategies featuring STE's Faculty Remote Learning Community Presenter: Taylar Wenzel, UCF

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Restorative Practices for Teachers

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    What does Restorative Practices mean and how will this enable me to increase the success of more of my students? Attend this session to hear from Brevard County's expert on this topic! Presenter: Mike Alba, Brevard County Public Schools

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  • UCF Virtual Grad Fair: Urban & Regional Planning Graduate Programs

    Online

    Join program director, Dr. Luis Santiago, for a virtual conversation on the Master of Urban & Regional Planning program. Urban and regional planning, is a rapidly growing field, particularly in areas similar to Central Florida, as new businesses and residents continue relocate to the area. The program offers courses in the evening to accommodate the schedules of working professionals. In ...

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Building Teacher Expertise

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Building Teacher Expertise- Participants deepened their understanding of instructional practices and enhanced their understanding of high yield strategies and introduce a common language of instruction based that can be utilized in the planning process. Presenter: Kimberly Jacobson, OCPS

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  • Getting Started in Undergraduate Research (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research. During the Fall 2020 semester, all OUR workshops will be held through Zoom. To register for this workshop, please visit: https://our.ucf.edu/about/calendar/

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Effective Integration of Technology into your Lessons

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Teachers are being asked to integrate technology more frequently - especially now as many schools are being forced into eLearning platforms. Attend this session to learn how to effectively integrate technology within your lessons. Presenter: Mike Alba, Brevard County Schools

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  • Presentation Skills – Online (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Does the idea of giving a presentation freak you out? The bad news is presentations are unavoidable in your courses and in your future career path — but the good news is presentation skills are something you can easily improve! This session provides tips, tricks, and ideas on how to become a better presenter and includes time for Q&A and ...

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  • KnightED Talks (On-Demand/Pre-Recorded): Giving Students a Voice with Communication Boards

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Giving Students a Voice with Communication Boards - Participants will learn what communication boards are and how they can be used to give our students a voice in and out of the classroom. Presenter: Megan Klein

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): OCPS Induction- Beginning Teacher Supports

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    OCPS Induction- Beginning Teacher Supports Presenter: Stephanie Bivins McCormick

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  • Library & Literature Review Research – Online (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    What strategies do you use to conduct library research? This session highlights effective strategies to locate sources for literature reviews and research projects. Learn about options for citation tracking, database searches, setting publication alerts/notifications, Google Scholar tips and examine literature review examples. Students must register for this workshop through their myUCF Student Center under Graduate Students then Pathways to Success. ...

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Read for the Record 2020

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    Read for the Record 2020: Join Lee-Anne Spalding and Marni Kay for a Read for the Record 2020 workshop. Learn about this valuable program and how you could support early literacy initiatives in your classroom with this annual event!

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Teaching with Tech: What 1:1 Really Is…

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Teaching with Tech: What 1:1 Really Is… Participants will learn about the 1:1 model and how to implement teaching strategies in the blended classroom Presenter: Allison Kibbey, OCPS

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  • Knighted Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Remote Teaching Strategies featuring STE's Faculty Remote Learning Community

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Remote Teaching Strategies featuring STE's Faculty Remote Learning Community Presenter: Taylar Wenzel, UCF

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  • Getting Started in Undergraduate Research (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research. During the Fall 2020 semester, all OUR workshops will be held through Zoom. To register for this workshop, please visit: https://our.ucf.edu/about/calendar/

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  • Knighted Talks (on-demand/pre-recorded): STE & SNEA PRESENTS The Multi sensory Approach to Literacy Instruction

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    STE & SNEA PRESENTS The Multi sensory Approach to Literacy Instruction featuring UCF PedsAcademy’s Chelsea Pierce

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  • Getting Started in Undergraduate Research (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research. During the Fall 2020 semester, all OUR workshops will be held through Zoom. To register for this workshop, please visit: https://our.ucf.edu/about/calendar/

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  • Being a Good Research Mentee (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Feedback is a central part of academic research, but it can be tough to take. This workshop is designed to help students take full advantage of the feedback they receive during the research process, including how to ask for more or different feedback, how to analyze that feedback and how to improve based on the new information they gain in ...

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  • KnightED Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Hybrid Teaching/ face to face + online during a pandemic

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Hybrid Teaching/ face to face + online during a pandemic Presenter: Katelynn Lawson

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  • Presentation Skills – Online (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Does the idea of giving a presentation freak you out? The bad news is presentations are unavoidable in your courses and in your future career path — but the good news is presentation skills are something you can easily improve! This session provides tips, tricks, and ideas on how to become a better presenter and includes time for Q&A and ...

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  • Knighted Talks (LIVE ZOOM): What is FERPA and what is important for me to know before I have my own classroom?

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    What is FERPA and what is important for me to know before I have my own classroom? Attend this session so you will hear from the experts on how to ensure you are meeting FERPA requirements!! Presenter: Mike Alba, Brevard County

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  • Knighted Talks (LIVE ZOOM): Remote Teaching Strategies featuring STE's Faculty Remote Learning Community

    ZOOM: bit.ly/knightedtalks

    Remote Teaching Strategies featuring STE's Faculty Remote Learning Community Presenter: Taylar Wenzel

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