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Design Journal #3 - Stop and enjoy the Aroma

Greetings! I am writing this post after returning from a fact finding trip to State College, Pennsylvania! I never visited this part of the US before and found it to be beautiful, except for the Philadelphia airport. 352 more words


Faculty Skills for 21st Century Learners

WCET Steering Committee member Preston Davis guest blogs today about the skill requirements for modern faculty. After reading his post, join him on October 6… 709 more words

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SHSU Online October 2015 Faculty Development Opportunities

October brings with it many faculty development options. SHSU faculty can boost their technology know-how by attending sessions online or at the Woodlands campus. Blackboard instructors at Sam can bring their lunch and their questions to our “Brown Bag” session or attend one of the regular how-to sessions at the MURFF. 165 more words


How to Flip Without Flipping Out: Some Digital Resources for Teaching the Analog Experience of Writing

Below you will find links to some digital resources I selectively use in my writing courses at Washington College and recommend that you consider for your courses, suitable for teaching writing, argumentation, and style at all levels in the college.  936 more words

Introducing the new Southern Dialogue!


While our format has changed from traditional newsletter to blog, our purpose remains the same. Published by the Office of Faculty Development at Southern Connecticut State University… 184 more words


Design Journal #2 - Choosing the Best Ingredients

Over the last two weeks I have spent time thinking about my potential research goals and how I can integrate these with a development project for EDIT 8190. 308 more words


First day of class... anyone, anyone, anyone?

Have you thought of what you are going to do on the first day of class? There are many great resources with both general recommendations on how to approach the first day as well as specific activities that you might want to try. 776 more words

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