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5 Signs Your Residential Curriculum is Actually a Programming Model with Learning Outcomes

Curricular approaches are more than just writing and defining learning priorities, goals, outcomes. In many ways, implementing a curricular approach is as much about organizational change as it is about defining a structure. 1,197 more words

Residential (Life) Curriculum

R&B Comm{unity} Forever

The first thing I was told when walking into Barnes Hall grabbing my room keys, August 18th, was I would find my home. At first, I did not believe anyone because I was now alone without my parents. 451 more words

Community

Boards that Speak

I have been a Residential Assistant (RA)  at the University of Bridgeport for four semesters. Throughout my time of being a RA on campus I learned a few things: 1,053 more words

Collegelife

Resolution Life Barbados, Resolution Life UK (?)

Surprise, surprise after almost a decade Resolutions Life Assurance Company (Reslife)– a company formed to receive the assets of the failed CLICO Insurance Limited with a top up from taxpayers- was recently established.   142 more words

Barbados News

Gift Idea: DIY Mug

Hi friends!

Today was a good day! It was Secret Santa in my work group, and some of the gift ideas were absolutely hilarious, ranging from Dungeons and Dragons dice wrapped in money (to bump the total gift cost to the expected $10) to a “cat-in-a-bonnet pillowcase”. 102 more words

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Emergency Notifications, Texting, and the FCC

Special thanks to involvio.com for publishing this on their site as well – http://blog.involvio.com/2018/01/28/untitled/.  

Since 1990, federal law has required colleges and universities to have a notification system for emergencies such as natural disasters, active shooters, bomb threats and more.   458 more words

Blue Lights On Campus are Security Theatre...And That's Okay

Blue light emergency phones became mainstays on college campuses about thirty years ago. During freshman orientations nationwide, students are instructed to push the ‘call’ button on the always-lit LED blue towers when they feel unsafe, and campus police will respond through a speaker and arrive at the location. 763 more words