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Director's Corner (NEMLA Blog Post #2)

Here on the UIC campus it’s now week two and I’m already starting to fall behind. I’m sure that many of you reading this post can relate. 1,060 more words

Updates

Higher Education Brand Awareness and Marketplace Positioning

It’s that time of year again, students and professors are getting settled in to a new semester of college, and administrators are coming up with solutions to help their institution stay ahead of the competitive curve. 361 more words

Higher Education

Can Bernie Sanders Make College Free?

If you’re like me, you might have upwards of $40,000 in student debt that you took out to pay for your degree; the average student has about that… 720 more words

#feelthebern

Where I'll Be This Semester, Fall 2015 Edition

One of the things I’m very excited about at the moment is the work proceeding on “Options for Teaching Modernist Writers in English,” a volume in development for the Modern Language Association  205 more words

Research

Academic job seekers: are you on the job market? I can help!

‘Tis the season: academic job advertisements are starting to flood my professional listservs. If you are on the market this year and are faced with assembling teaching statements, applications, and CVs tailored to each position, I’M HERE TO HELP! 48 more words

Three New Education Sites to Be Tried in Your College Classroom

I work in higher ed (no secret) and discovered some new websites today.  Some of these sites were sent to me from colleagues and one from a student (which is very cool).   325 more words

Classcraft

Moving Beyond Accommodation: Creating Welcoming Spaces for People with Disabilities

From a Diversity and Equity standpoint, accommodation is a major issue of our time. With a spike in the number of people with invisible disabilities (mental, intellectual, and physical) on our campus over the last several years and the recent push from the EEOC to recruit more people with disabilities in the workplace, many Universities are feeling the crunch to become more accommodating, and rushing around to meet the bare minimum of the law’s requirements. 969 more words

Accommodation