The CIRCLS Professional Development Tools section features information developed by CIRCLS, NSF, and a variety of stakeholders to provide guidance and examples to strengthen proposals, writing, research skills, and collaborations.
During the AI CIRCLS series on community partnerships, we convened speakers with experience in
A toolkit to support science engagement professionals who are developing strategic efforts to broaden
This document is written to provide some guidance around finding funding for your work.
Gallery Walk posters from CIRCLS’21: Remake “Broadening” in Research on Emerging Technologies for Teaching
A primer on learning theories in education written primarily for undergraduates.
Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE) hosted two webinars in July about
Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Rubric for Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC).
Explore the BPC Rubric developed by CISE to guide PIs in crafting their plans.
July 6, 2021: Fairness in Artificial Intelligence Program Webinar
Diversity Drives Innovation—Take Action to Broaden Participation in Computing (BPC)
This self-guided course is designed for computing and IT faculty and administrators who are
Explore the five tips from NSF to help you write your Broader Impacts statement.
Advancing Quantum Education and Workforce Development Webinar April 27, 2021 at 1-2:30 pm ET
Link to the LAK21 proceedings.
U is a beautiful shape for your journal article. Version 2.0
Explore the five tips from NSF program officers to help you work with them.
The first virtual forum in a three-part series examining the impact of AI in
A weekly webinar series about good practices of learning together online Wednesdays, January 13th
Watch the Webinar Passcode: .kcr0Zt4 Read the transcript Watch the NSF Research on Learning
Download the report (PDF)AI and the Future of Learning View Nov. 16, 2020 Webinar
Download the Report (PDF) Visit the Report Website Overview This report reflects on progress
Virtual advisory meetings are an alternative to the common practice of a two-day, fly-in