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Anne Marie Canale

Faculty Career Development Consultant

Faculty Career Development
Academic Affairs

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Anne Marie Canale

Faculty Career Development Consultant

Faculty Career Development
Academic Affairs

Bio

Selected Publications:

  • Canale, Anne Marie, Herdklotz, Cheryl, and Wild, Lynn. Flexible Faculty Development. Inside Higher Ed. https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2019/05/02/ways-colleges-can-meet-needs-changing-faculty-demographic-opinion, May 2, 2019
  • Canale, Anne Marie & Herdklotz, Cheryl. Invited panelists for Harvard Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) webinar, "Success After Tenure: Lessons in Engaging Mid-Career Faculty" October 26, 2018. Slides
  • Mee, Susan, Herdklotz, Cheryl, and Canale, Anne Marie. Faculty Orientation to Off-Campus and International Campus Locations. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. DOI: 10.1080/1533290X.2018.1499238, September 5, 2018
  • Mee, Susan, Herdklotz, Cheryl, and Canale, Anne Marie, presented at the 18th Distance Library Services Conference (DLSC) in San Antonio, April 2018. The DLSC focuses on the challenges and rewards of delivering library services and resources to distance students and faculty. Their presentation, Delivering a Collaborative Faculty Orientation to Off-Campus and International Campus Locations, covers their experience with a pilot International Faculty Orientation delivered remotely to RIT’s campuses in Dubai, Croatia, and Kosovo.
  • Article republished in recent anthology: Wild, L., Canale, A., & Herdklotz, C. (2018). The power of many: Mentoring networks for growth and development. In H. Zimar & J. Montgomery (Ed.), Mentorship in higher education: Practical advice and leadership theories.  Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO).
  • Herdklotz, Cheryl, and Canale, Anne Marie. Made to Order. Inside Higher Ed. December 2017
  • Wild, Lynn, Herdklotz, Cheryl, & Canale, Anne Marie.  The power of many: Mentoring networks for growth and developmentCollege & University. April 2017
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Currently Teaching

PROF-721
3 Credits
Leaders do much more than manage—they develop strong teams in order to achieve success. Teams rely on their leader for guidance and encouragement and respond positively to quality leadership, by building stronger relationships and rising to challenges. This course is designed to provide the critical leadership competencies to help develop and sustain winning teams. Topics include building high performance teams, creating and measuring team goals, and facilitating group problem solving and decision-making.
EDLI-756
3 Credits
Learning in the 21st century requires creating an engaging and exciting learning experience whether you are interested in online, classroom-based or blended, and delivery for a school, college or training environment. This course guides you through the process of developing and applying a learning product or solution that addresses a performance gap or educational need in any educational or training experience. The course learning outcome is to develop an instructional strategy proposal, create a learning plan that includes technology to support the learning experience and then evaluate the effectiveness of that learning plan. Course topics include: learning in the 21st century, understanding diversity in learning design, and applying assistive technologies, analyzing task and learner needs; applying instructional design principles with a focus on educational technologies, exploring innovative and emerging technologies; and evaluating strategy. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: • Demonstrate knowledge of a job analysis/needs analysis and selection of an appropriate model to accomplish learning. • Demonstrate the ability to develop and implement a learning strategy using technology, given the needs of the learners and the organization. • Describe how to conduct a formative evaluation process evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of the selected learning strategy in the work environment including learner achievement and the organization's needs. • Evaluate technology used for learning and training purposes. This course is open to any graduate status student or department permission.
SOIS-442
3 Credits
This interdisciplinary course focuses on theory and techniques for building and sustaining an efficient, creative organization that promotes problem solving and collaborative learning. Learning organization principles of systems thinking, personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, and team learning are studied. Included is an analysis of the conditions limiting an organization's capacity to learn and remediation of organizational learning disabilities.
SOIS-432
3 Credits
Sooner or later all organizations change in certain to many respects and for several reasons. This is true for organizations in profit, non-profit and government sectors which all have many things common. Ongoing organizational success frequently depends on how well change is managed given new opportunities, challenges or threats faced by organizations. Managing organizational change requires knowledge of things in an organization that may need to be changed including an organization’s mission, goals, fiscal health, budget, operations and/or production/service capabilities, facilities, unit structure, personnel, culture, technology and other resources. Effective management of organizational change also requires knowledge of and skills in ways to introduce, guide, support, monitor and evaluate changes once they are implemented. This course takes an interdisciplinary applied approach to managing organizational change teaching SOAR-based strategic planning, SWOT analysis, total quality management (TQM) and continuous quality improvement (CQI) among other change models and methods.