PFL On Demand workshops and seminars are available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No registration is required.

You can access all PFL On Demand events through Moodle. The links below will take you to the Moodle login page, where you can login with your Unity ID and password, if you’re an NC State graduate student or postdoctoral scholar.

 

FUNDAMENTALS IN TEACHING

FIT: Creating Engaging Visuals for Teaching and Learning
Facilitators: Ms. Molly Hartzog Storment & Dr. Barbi Honeycutt
Workshop Description

FIT: Introduction to the Teaching Portfolio
Facilitators: Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, Rachel Flye, Dr. Melissa Bostrom
Workshop Description

FIT: Motivational Teaching Strategies
Facilitators: Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, Director of Graduate Teaching Programs
Workshop Description

FIT: Teaching on the First Day
Facilitator: Susanna Klingenberg, Coordinator of Graduate Professional Development
Workshop Description

PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

PDS: How to Handle a Phone Interview Part 1
Nick Mueldener, Molly Hartzog Storment, Sarah McKone, Dr. Rhonda Sutton, & Dr. Melissa Bostrom
With ongoing shifts in the economy and continued globalization of the marketplace, phone interviews have become standard in the process of job placement, whether in industry or academia. In this series of podcasts, we explore the variations of phone interviews (one-on-one, conference calls, and Skype), provide tips on how to make the most of your time on the line, and give you a chance to practice the skills you learn.

Length: Self-paced podcasts. Listening to the complete workshop takes approximately 60 minutes.
*To earn credit for this workshop toward the PFL Season Pass, you must complete the final quiz.
How to Handle a Phone Interview Part 1 [Workshop Link]
Quiz: How to Handle a Phone Interview-Part 1

OPA/PDS: The Informational Interview
Dr. Rhonda Sutton
The informational interview is a powerful tool for exploring career options and creating a network. This video provides a model of a successful informational interview. Note: This video is available via the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs’ Mediasite page. Please login with your Unity ID and password to access the video; Internet Explorer works best.
Video (00:08)
Video Evaluation

OPA/PDS: Preparing for the Job Interview
Dr. Rhonda Sutton
Note: This video is available via the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs’ Mediasite page. Please login with your Unity ID and password to access the video; Internet Explorer works best.
Video (00:30)
Video evaluation

OPA/PDS: Writing an Effective Cover Letter
Dr. Rhonda Sutton
Note: This video is available via the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs’ Mediasite page. Please login with your Unity ID and password to access the video; Internet Explorer works best.
Video (00:09)
Video evaluation

RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH

RCR: Intro to Responsible Conduct of Research
Dr. Rhonda Sutton

RCR: Navigating the Dangerous Waters of Plagiarism
Mr. Paul Cousins, Director, Office of Student Conduct
Most of us know the “black and white” rule of plagiarism: don’t represent other people’s work as your own. But how do you handle the “grey” areas, where questions arise? This recorded seminar will help you make the right choices when you are in the dangerous zone between plagiarism and right conduct. When you are finished viewing this seminar, please complete the evaluation.
Seminar Video (01:13)
Seminar Slides (PDF)
Seminar Evaluation

OPA/PDS: Writing an Effective Research Statement
Dr. Rhonda Sutton
Note: This video is available via the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs’ Mediasite page. Please login with your Unity ID and password to access the video; Internet Explorer works best.
Video (00:05)
Video evaluation

PDS: Writing Federal Research Proposals
Ms. Jaine Place, Director of Research Proposal Development, Proposal Development Unit
This seminar, led by an expert NC State grant-writer, will help you identify ways to prepare your federal grant proposal—from planning to drafting, to writing and editing. Ms. Place has won hundreds of millions of dollars in successful grant applications over her career. After viewing this recording, you’ll be ready to write a winning grant proposal. When you are finished viewing this seminar, please complete the evaluation.
Seminar Video (1:30)
Seminar Slides (PDF)
Seminar Evaluation