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February 2, 2013

  • Writing Proficiency Examination

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CTRL invites the AU community to the Noontime Conversation “Student Voices: Lessons from Student Survey Data” on Wednesday, February 27, 12:00-1:30 p.m., in MGC 5.
Join us for a conversation connecting the dots between results from a recent survey of AU students and classroom teaching. With Karen Froslid Jones (Office of Institutional Research and Assessment). Lunch will be provided. For more …more

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CTRL invites the AU community to the Noontime Conversation “Connecting the Dots: Aligning Course Content in Undergraduate Curriculum,” on Tuesday, September 17, 12:00-1:30 p.m., in Mary Graydon Center, Room 5. Join us for a discussion of integrating Gen Ed outcomes into undergraduate majors and interdisciplinary programs, and learn about the new Ann S. Ferren Curriculum Design Award created to …more

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The Center for Teaching, Research & Learning invites the AU community to the Noontime Conversation "Where's Professor Waldo in the Land of MOOCs?" on Wednesday, October 16, 12:00-1:30 p.m., in Mary Graydon Center, Room 5. The wealth of material available online and in MOOCs challenges all of us to re-think how we teach. In this Noontime Conversation, we will explore together the role of faculty …more

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A lower-cost, lightweight, and technologically-savvy alternative to traditional textbooks is eBooks. However, research suggests that digital texts also bring educational challenges. In this Noontime Conversation, we will discuss the current state of eTextbooks in higher education as well as give an overview of how to build an eBook.

The Center for Teaching, Research & Learning sponsors three …more

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