30 janvier 2020

I Need Some Space

As graduate students, we often navigate the difficulties of simultaneously existing as students, employees, instructors, academics and writers, as well as a number of other working identities. More...

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What Matters More: Skills or Degrees?

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. We increasingly hear employers, prospective students and futurists saying that it is all about the skills, not about the degree. More...

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Visioning Your Unit’s Future

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. Visioning is an essential, active process, requiring daily attention. More...

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29 janvier 2020

Ideals and Action

While the balance of reconciling ideals and practical action will never be fulfilled, we would do well to remember the importance of ideals in our everyday lives. More...

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"I'm in the Emergency Room"

By Matt Reed. A drop-everything moment. More...

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Geography Pop Quizzes

By Matt Reed. Classes started Wednesday, which meant that Wednesday morning featured new students wandering around campus, asking directions. More...

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Doing College

By Matt Reed. Every semester, I send out a welcome letter to the entire campus. This one seemed worth sharing with the interwebs at large. More...

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Proofread Everything

Read over all your text carefully if you don’t want to be pubicly embarrassed. More...

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The Imperative to Improve College Learning

HomeBy Doug Lederman. Affordability and credential attainment are important goals. But the big question for higher education now, some of the enterprise's best minds say, is "completion of what?". More...

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Who Leads on College Learning?

HomeBy Doug Lederman. Significant experimentation has taught us much about what works and what doesn't in teaching and learning -- yet the knowledge remains diffused, not systemic. Can anyone marshal it. More...

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