Category: Blogs

Faculty Insights on Teaching during COVID-19

Moving to fully online course work for the entire university has been a growing experience for most of us, I think. Learning to use the tools we have available to us, figuring out what works best for each of our different classes, and trying to maintain some sort of connection while under a social distancing …

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Upgrading the Journal: 3 Reasons to have your students Blog

Blogging serves the same essential functions as journaling. It allows learners to practice their writing in a low-risk setting. In my English 1301 and 1302 classes, learners use Tumblr to blog throughout the course of the class on a variety of class-related topics. These classes are fully online, and learner-instructor interaction is key for engaging …

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Preservation in the Digital World

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Do you remember that well thought out course module you designed that linked to a myriad of web resources?  Your students absolutely loved the internet scavenger hunt activity you spent hours designing for them.  Now, two or three years later, an annoyingly significant number of those links are…gone.  Just.  Plain.  Gone. It happens more often …

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Faculty LED

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The CFEI is eager to offer you the opportunity to share your scholarly work. Faculty Lion Educator Dissemination or Faculty LED events are by faculty and for faculty. The CFEI will coordinate the logistics for your Faculty LED event; announce your event; manage registrations; and set up, facilitate, and break down the event. Click on …

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Blogging: A Worthwhile Learning Activity

Why Teachers and Students Should Blog This recent article, Why Teachers and Students Should Blog, offers 4 reasons and 5 tips for using blogs in the classroom for increasing student engagement and learning.   Link: http://www.edudemic.com/how-and-why-teachers-should-blog/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Education%20Dive%3A%20K12&utm_campaign=Issue%3A%202015-06-01%20K12%20Education%20Dive%20Newsletter

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