TeamUSA Faculty: Sign Up Now for Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) Membership


Posted on May 16, 2017 by TeamUSA TeamUSA


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There is still time to sign up for a Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) Membership for a discounted institutional rate for our TeamUSA faculty members that are interested! Special benefits of TBLC membership include access to a peer-reviewed module resource bank (with samples for a variety of disciplines), resources for designing and implementing TBL, and discounted conference registration. There are also useful resources for course planning available on the TeamUSA Faculty project site in USAOnline. If you are not on the TeamUSA Faculty project site and would like to be added, please send us an email at teamusa@southalabama.edu

Several of our TeamUSA Faculty are actively involved in the TBLC organization: Dr. Jennifer Styron, Program Chair Elect; Dr. Coral Gubler, Nominating Committee Member; Dr. Theresa Wright, Scholarship Committee Member; Mike Odom, Trainer-Consultant Program Participant. Recently certified as a TBLC Trainer-Consultant, our TeamUSA Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Director Dr. Julie Estis is the elected Health Sciences Member-at-Large on the Steering Committee; she also serves on the Scholarship Committee, the Research Development Ad-Hoc Committee, and the Program Committee. 


For our TeamUSA faculty members interested in becoming a member of the TBLC, our TeamUSA QEP will cover a base institutional membership fee, and additional individuals will be added for $50. To simplify the process, we will compile names and information for those who would like to join under our institutional membership and pass that information on to the TBLC. Then, $50 will be transferred from individual faculty development funds to cover the cost of membership.

If you would like to sign up for TBLC membership ($50), please complete this brief form

For more details and to stay informed about the latest TeamUSA News, visit www.southalabama.edu/qep!

Please email Julie M. Estis, Ph.D., CCC-SLP if you have any additional questions. 


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