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Griffiths, Brett. Preparing Two-Year College Faculty to Think Institutionally. TETYC Sept. 2017. Posted 11/14/2017.

Griffiths, Brett. “Professional Autonomy and Teacher-Scholar-Activists in Two-Year Colleges: Preparing New Faculty to Think Institutionally.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 45.1 (2017): 47-68. Print. 1,068 more words


Dec. 1-2: Statistical Analysis System Training for Faculty

Introduction to SAS Studio/University Edition

• 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday, Dec. 1, at Minnesota State IT Center of Excellence (Formerly Advance IT Minnesota), 1380 Energy Lane, Suite 104. 179 more words


Research Preparation and Engagement of Instructional Designers

WCET was thrilled to help recruit participants for the Spring 2017 Oregon State University Ecampus Research Unit national study on the research engagement and training of instructional designers in institutions of higher education. 1,207 more words

Distance Education

UCF President Hitt: How We’re Using Digital Learning to Increase Access and Improve Outcomes

This blog was originally published on The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities blog on October 10, 2017

With all of the benefits higher education offers individuals and society, why do so many universities pride themselves on whom they keep out? 746 more words

Student Success

OIG Report on WGU, Part 3: A Brief History of ‘Regular and Substantive Interaction’

Thank you to Van Davis for this third entry on our series examining the U.S. Department of Education Office of Inspector General’s Audit Report of Western Governors University. 1,663 more words


SHSU Online Faculty Development Sessions November 2017

SHSU Online is pleased to offer a number of faculty development opportunities via different avenues for November 2017.

Online Cohort and Self-Paced


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Impact rather than Volume and Variety: The Indicator of Successful Faculty Development Initiatives

What are the best indicators that a faculty development initiative is successful? Faculty developers at Teaching and Learning centers across the nation demonstrate faculty how to effectively evaluate student learning among many other topics, and instructors can use the change in student performance to indicate the instruction was successful. 901 more words

Faculty Development