PFF-approved workshops are offered by the Graduate School, the Academy of Fellows for Teaching & Learning (AFTL), the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CET&L) and other UC groups. This page and the Blackboard organization show which workshops qualify for credit for the present term. The workshops chosen by the PFF program typically focus on pedagogy.
To obtain the PFF certificate, you must earn five PFF-approved workshop credits. If you are a UC student, you can sign up for the CET&L workshops online at their website. Post-docs and non-matriculated students should contact CET&L directly at either email@example.com or 513-556-3053 to register for workshops.
We have new workshop credit reporting procedures: we will no longer track workshop attendance through registration confirmation emails. From now on, students will download attendance transcripts from all programs they attend that have registration through Faculty Development | Onestop and email them to the program coordinator (these transcripts are available for download at the Faculty Development | Onestop site). For all programs that do not have a Faculty Development | Onestop registration (the AFTL Showcase, for instance), students will receive credit by attending the program and then submitting a brief summary of the material to the PFF program coordinator.
Another great workshop & seminar resouce on campus is the Graduate Association for Teaching Enhancement (GATE), a teaching initiative developed by graduate students, for graduate students.