FAQs

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Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get in Faculty Development:

How do I register for an event?  

Simply visit our calendar of events to see a complete list of the Faculty Development activities for the academic year. Select the one you want by clicking the register button on the event's picture. Or visit our organization page on the registration site, which is hosted by Engage.

How do I print my transcript?  
To obtain a record of your attendance at Faculty Development events, visit the "Co-Curricular Transcript" page in your Account information on Engage.
I can't attend a session, but I am interested in the topic. Can I watch later?  

Most of our programs are recorded unless they center around sensitive topics of discussion. If you aren't able to attend, you can watch the recorded sessions on iLearn Online.

How do I get credit for an event I attended?  

In order to receive credit for an event, you must attend the live session, whether in-person or via live stream. Follow sign-in instructions and your attendance will be recorded in your Co-Curricular Transcript in Engage. 

The Office of Faculty Development does not currently offer Continuing Education Credit for programs under 10 hours unless funding and documentation are led by another department, division, or college. This includes recordings of past events that are housed at iLearn Online.

For more information on continuing education credit, please work directly with UNMC’s CME or CNE Office.

Do I get credit if I just watch the event in iLearn Online?  

If you don't attend an event in person or through live web streaming, your attendance will not be recorded on your Co-Curricular Transcript in Engage. 

The Office of Faculty Development does not currently offer Continuing Education Credit for programs under 10 hours unless funding and documentation are led by another department, division, or college. This includes recordings of past events that are housed at iLearn Online.

For more information on continuing education credit, please work directly with UNMC’s CME or CNE Office.