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Rethinking the Bottom Line for Internationalization: What Are Students Learning?

Rethinking the Bottom Line for Internationalization: What Are Students Learning? From The Chronicle, March 21, 2013 The following is a guest post by Madeleine F. Green, a senior fellow at Nafsa: the Association of International Educators and a senior program consultant at the Teagle Foundation. I am working with student and faculty leaders in the … Continue reading

Call for abstracts to the University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching conference

from my ISSoTL listserv: Call for abstracts to the University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching conference Sixth Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference Friday 19th April 2013 The conference is open to all members of the University community with an interest in learning and teaching, and to a number of external contributors and … Continue reading

SALG – Student Assessment of Their Learning Gains

The SALG website is a free course-evaluation tool that allows college-level instructors to gather learning-focused feedback from students. Anyone may register and use the site. Once registered on the SALG site, you can: (1) create and use a SALG survey to measure students’ learning gains in your course and their progress toward your course’s learning goals; and … Continue reading

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