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May 2015 How-to Sessions

Each month, SHSU Online offers face-to-face and completely online technology training/how-to sessions for faculty and staff at Sam Houston State University. In April we are offering 12 face-to-face and 2 online courses to keep faculty and staff connected and in the know. 971 more words

Best Practice

Inspiring Faculty Community at George Mason University

Cameron Carter is the Communications & Marketing Specialist for the Office of Distance Education at George Mason University. She earned her MA in English (Professional Writing & Rhetoric) from Mason in 2013, and she is currently a graduate student in the Higher Education Administration certificate program. 827 more words

Writing Across The Curriculum

Faculty Development Seminar: The Revision of Writing

Faculty Development Seminar: The Revision of Writing

May 20, 2015 | Washington College

Sponsors: Barbara and George Cromwell Center for Teaching and Learning, the Director of Writing, and The Writing Center. 380 more words


Breaking Bad: Improving College and University Teaching

Tony Bates has had a distinguished career promoting distance learning and open learning and content initiatives around the world.  Today Tony shares with us his latest book – an online, open textbook – as a resource for those teaching in our current digital age.   884 more words

Distance Education

Negotiation update 4/17/15

At the negotiating table on Friday, April 17, we moved closer to reaching agreement on a strong article, Performance Review and Promotion, that will provide us transparency, fairness, and balance in the reviews of our work.  573 more words


Are Connectivist Massive Open Online Courses (cMOOCs) The Solution For Faculty Development In Medical Education?

 Academic Life in Emergency Medicine is an open access medical education web site aimed at emergency medicine practitioners.  The authors describe their experience with their first six monthly on-line scenarios that raise “nonclinical educational dilemmas”.   123 more words

Undergraduate Medical Education

Being a layperson in pharmacology

My identities in life are many – a staff member at McGill’s Teaching and Learning Services, a mother–daughter-sister-wife, a former waitress-house painter-birthday party animator, etc. However, thanks to Prof. 1,041 more words

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