06 janvier 2018

Reflections From the Outgoing Editor of ‘Conditionally Accepted’

HomeAs they step down as editor, Eric Anthony Grollman, the founder of “Conditionally Accepted,” writes about creating a platform for marginalized scholars and thanks its many contributors. More...

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Why Don’t Educators in Higher Ed Take Education Classes?

HomeIf we’re in higher education to educate, Jillian Joyce asks, what keeps college teachers from learning more about teaching. More...

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Teaching Rereading

HomeWhenever I teach Hamlet in first-year college writing, the room is split between students who have read it before and those who haven’t. Some of the people who have read it already seem annoyed at the idea of rereading a play from high school. More...

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The Importance of Year 2 on the Tenure Track

HomeThe first year may get all the attention, but the second one is the make-or-break year, argues Christine Tulley. More...

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It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

HomeScott McLemee explores the Library of Congress’s recent announcement that it will no longer be a repository of every public posting to Twitter. More...

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Whose Struggle?

HomeBob Blaisdell never condemned a student for reading a book, regardless of its subject matter or author. Until one day. More...

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The Long View

HomeThe cumulative toll of events over the last few months is undeniable, writes Mary B. Marcy, but we in higher education must reaffirm our enduring purpose. More...

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Saddle Up: 7 Trends Coming in 2018

HomeWhen we wrote last January about the trends coming for 2017, we thought colleges and universities would have a full-to-overflowing plate of challenges. That was true, but at the same time we could not have predicted the amount of turbulence and change that has affected higher education over the past 12 months. More...

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Where Technology Goes, So Too Must Culture

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. The shift to a student-centric institutional culture shows many different forms, from changes in curriculum design to shifts in service availability to the improved leveraging of data. From the perspective of students, one major tell that an institution has transitioned to a greater level of student centricity is in the personalization of communications and outreach, and CRMs have a massive role to play here. But the implementation of a tool does not a culture create. More...

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TIPS FOR TEACHING WITH APPS

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. Teaching with apps is not new. We have compiled lists of apps and tech resources that can be used in the classroom and for education outside the classroom. However, we haven’t necessarily offered any tips for successfully using apps for teaching. More...

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