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The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at Illinois State University

Take a look at what The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at Illinois State University does for new faculty – including new faculty orientation sessions, conversation and resource “circles” that focus on early career issues, and professional development sessions focused on new professors. Advertisements

The 11th Annual CU Online Spring Symposium

Save the Date for The 11th Annual CU Online Spring Symposium Thursday, May 23, 2013 on the Downtown Denver CampusDetails coming soon! http://www.cuonline.edu

Shifting from an Instruction to a Learning Paradigm

I’ve been reading multiple threads on my POD listserv about how to define lifelong learning and shifting from an instruction to a learning paradigm. Alan Bender from Indiana University, Bloomington offered a great resource – Randy Tagg’s book, The Learning Paradigm College. Bender lists Tagg’s “Five Characteristics of a Learning Paradigm College” from the book: … 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

Colleges Install Cellphone-Charging Stations for Hyperconnected Students

In today’s Chronicle — by Alisha Azevedo A low cellphone battery is a source of anxiety for many college students these days, sending them searching dining halls or libraries for a place to recharge. To reduce panicked questions about where to find the nearest power outlet, universities are purchasing charging stations like those already common in … Continue reading

Wikipedia Education Program Update

Sharing two recent updates from Wikipedia Education Program – such a cool project! I had wanted to be involved in a beta project, but couldn’t get in on time. If you’re thinking about a new way to think about using technology to deepen student learning and engagement and help sharpen critical thinking, writing and research … Continue reading

New Issue of the International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP)

The new issue of the International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP), a double-blind, peer-reviewed, open access journal, is now available online. The following articles comprise Volume 2, Number 1 of IJeP: Instructional Articles Preparedness Portfolios and Portfolio Studios (Jennifer Turns, University of Washington, Brook Sattler, University of Washington, Matt Eliot, Central Queensland University, Deborah Kilgore, University of Washington, Kate Mobrand, … Continue reading

Pencils and Pixels: 21st Century Practices in Higher Education

The 37th Annual POD Conference will be held in Seattle, Washington on October 24-28, 2012. This year’s theme, Pencils and Pixels: 21st Century Practices in Higher Education, features an informed exploration of the unprecedented array of technologies, both high-tech and low-tech, available to POD members and to faculty, graduate and professional students, and administrators, among others. The … Continue reading

Ten Reasons College Administrators Should Support Small Group Instruction

This is from the marvelous Tomorrow’s Professor listserv (see info below on how to subscribe). Read all the way to the bottom — there are some teriffic ideas here! From: Rick Reis <reis@stanford.edu> Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 17:16:02 -0600 To: tomorrows-professor <tomorrows-professor@lists.stanford.edu> Subject: TP Msg. #1129 Ten Reasons College Administrators Should Support Small Group Instruction … Continue reading

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