Category: Miscellaneous

Do you do clean windows too?

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Mary shared an¬†interesting article posted this week in the Faculty Focus Teaching Professor Blog titled ¬†“She Didn’t Teach. We Had to Learn it Ourselves.” It poses some good questions surrounding just what is your job as a “good” teacher? Should you explain everything clearly to students? Should you underscore all of the important information and …

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Off to a Great Start!

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Paul Beaudoin has some great strategies to get your online course off to a great start this semester and keep it that way all semester long. His tips include: Icebreakers and welcome videos Sharing course expectations and using a virtual wall for students to write down their committments etc. A video about creating a course …

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Copyright Simplified

Infographic on Copyright

Maureen came across a great article today on making the complexities of copyright easier to understand. We encourage you to click on the Infographic here to read the article Copyright Flowchart: Can I Use It? Yes? No? If This… Then … And, speaking of infographics– aren’t they popping up everywhere? Don’t you enjoy using them? …

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How Can I Make My Multiple Choice Tests More Effective?

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Today’s 20 Minute Monday Morning Mentor is by Linda Suskie and talks about making your exams more effective. If you haven’t seen this short video, contact Nicole to get access to the video– it has many helpful tips to make your exams more effective. Linda’s supplemental materials include a blueprint for creating an examination that …

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Fried Friday: Identifying Serious Sleep Disorders

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You and/or your students may be plagued by serious sleep disorders and not realize the cause. The Groat Center for Sleep Disorders provides some excellent examples for you. Enjoy your Friday and stay tuned for more tips and humor from your friends at Title III! Click image below to begin the video.

Improving Completion Rates in Online Developmental Math Courses

On February 28, Patricia Brower, Math Technology Specialist, and Jeff Johnston, UAS Campus Director, presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Conference in Portland on their Title III funded case study. The focus of the presentation was on the analysis of the changes made to the online developmental math courses at the …

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Fried Friday: What President Are YOU?

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It’s that day of the week again, Friday. Do you need a little something extra this morning to bring on that smile? Well here’s something that just might do it. Make a few selections and see what President you most resemble. It’s NOT just based on your dog selection either. Give it a try and …

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