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Some Thoughts on Course Design Principles

The first time that I worked on a lesson plan for a course, I was a Graduate Teaching Assistant preparing to lead a seminar section for a group of students enrolled in a first year university large lecture/small seminar survey … Continue reading

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Save the Date!!! Mobile Summit

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University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference: Empowering Students to Learn

May 14-15, 2014   |  uwindsor.ca/tlconf   |   Oakland University, Rochester, MI Proposal Deadline: February 7 John Tagg and Stephen Carroll will be the keynote presenters for the 2014 University of Windsor (ON) and Oakland University (MI) Teaching and … Continue reading

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EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Video Competition

EDUCAUSE is a great organization for higher ed professionals interested in the ways in which we can use technology to enliven and enrich teaching and learning.  The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative is a sub-group focused on innovative uses of eLearning technologies.  … Continue reading

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Educational Technology Committee Newsletter January 2014

Check out the “App”lications for Language Teaching and Learning by our very own Barbara Smith in the January 2014 edition of the Educational Technology Committee Newsletter discussing Professor Faith Marcel’s use of iPads in her Language classes! ETC-Newsletter-January2014

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Call for Proposals: UBC Okanagan 10th Annual Learning Conference May 7th and 8th, 2014

Call for Proposals: UBC Okanagan 10th Annual Learning Conference May 7 & 8, 2014 Reflecting on Scholarly ApproachesMay 7th and 8th, 2014Okanagan Campus, 10th Annual Learning Conference Kelowna, BC  CanadaCall for Proposals Deadline: Feb. 28th, 2014 UBC’s Okanagan campus, 10th … Continue reading

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First Week of Classes

Welcome back NC teachers! The start of a new term is a great opportunity to discuss the critical learning outcomes that you will be working toward achieving with the students in your class, to establish classroom routines, and to get … Continue reading

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