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Informal Talking Teaching Communities: Spread the Word!

In the 2015-2016 academic year, McGill’s Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) launched The Lunch Spot—an informal lunch-time forum where all of the university’s instructors were invited to bring their brown bag lunches and gather for some informal talking about teaching. 720 more words

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Lights, Camera, Action! – Developing Faculty in 20 Minutes

Change begins with an idea, and in the Instructional Design department at Walters State Community College, we are not afraid of change. We realize that technology is changing our world minute by minute, and by embracing that movement, Walters State continues to be on the cutting edge of the current technology allowing us to offer new and innovative ways to make teaching and learning more effective for our faculty as well as our students. 1,041 more words


Get Off Your Duff and Use The Google

I am tired of reading reports of surveys of instructors who are asked if they know what OERs are and whether or not they use them.  390 more words


AIMA presents special Faculty Development Programmes!

AIMA, a leader in management studies, believes in enhancing both, the future of its students by offering the best education curriculum of the country and by strengthening the overall knowledge of its faculty from time-to-time. 35 more words

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'Faculty Central' Portal in Blackboard Provides Resources Where They are Needed

Did you know there is a one-stop shop for faculty when it comes to resources you need for Blackboard and SHSU Online?  The Faculty Central tab in Blackboard provides gateway access to several important resources for SHSU faculty who use Blackboard to teach online, hybrid or face-to-face courses. 377 more words


Session on Gunpoint Discussion Scheduled

DYSTOPIA–As part of its ongoing series on technology in the classroom, Dystopia College’s DAFT program (Developing Adequate Faculty Teaching) will next week present “Using Firearms to Stimulate Class Discussion in the Social Sciences.” 108 more words