Monthly Archives: November 2014

Keeping Your Students Engaged Online

This blog post is part of a series of blog posts on what instructors need to do at the beginning, during and at the end of the online course. The blog post on starting your online courses was posted September … Continue reading

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The Research Digest, November 2014, Issue Number 42

The Research Digest (previously known as the Monthly Digest) highlights new research in learning and teaching. This month, we are highlighting recent work on the use of final exams. This issue was developed in conjunction with November’s issue of Best … Continue reading

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TA/GA Award Nominations

A post from John Paul Foxe, Coordinator of the TA/GA Development Program: The 2014/2015 TA/GA Award nominations are now open. The purpose of these awards is to recognize, promote and reward the contributions that teaching and graduate assistants (TA/GAs) make … Continue reading

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