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Faculty Highlight—Growth Mindset

In September 2019, our blog on Growth Mindset was posted. Lori Nelson, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Biology department, implemented the exam autopsy strategy in her General Ecology (Bio 372) course. An exam autopsy encourages students to reflect on how they prepared for an exam and make connections between their preparation process and how they did on a given test. » More ...

Lessons Learned—Tips for Course Development

The end of a semester is often a time of reflection. This week, we are highlighting lessons learned by course developer Christopher Austin. In collaboration with an Instructional Designer, Austin converted his face to face course, Psych 309: Cultural Diversity in Organizations, into an online course for Global Campus. » More ...

Simple Tools, Simple Solutions

We recognize the term “low-tech” is a relative concept. For our purposes, low-tech is being defined as tools that do not require an electronic device to access and use. Low-tech options keep costs low and can be improvised in the spur of the moment in situations where connectivity is limited or learning a new tool isn’t possible. Additionally, implementing low-tech options often reduces the need to guess at what students have access to and can afford. » More ...