An end-of-2019, thank-goodness-it’s-over, bring-on-the-new-decade post, a few words designed, hopefully, to keep us wide awake, in Maxine Greene’s sense, as we pull into port after a semester on the open waters of teaching and learning.
Using Technology to Provide Feedback to Your Students: A New Guide from the Chronicle of Higher Education
This article summarizes a highly useful teaching tool recently released by The Chronicle of Higher Education: “How to Give Your Students Better Feedback with Technology.”
Rosalinda H. Linares (Information Literacy Librarian, Fort Lewis College) and Steve Volk (Oberlin College, GLCA Consortium for Teaching & Learning). To explore this question of our responsibilities as educators in the “post-truth” era further, we examine suggestions from the Association of Colleges and Research Libraries.
From the Archives
On December 2, 2021, Professor Clara Román-Odio, Professor of Professor of Spanish, Latin American Literature, and Latino Studies at Kenyon College, offered a webinar on "Spiritism by Puerto Rican Women: From Remarkable Pioneers to Contemporary Heirs" for the Consortium on Teaching and Learning of the GLCC-GLAA. You can find a recording of the webinar here: https://www.wevideo.com/view/2539225807 Through the fall of 2021, Professor Román-Odio, returned to Puerto Rico at intervals to give her...read more
Gaaa! This has been a hard year. Lots of experimentation using online tools; lots of time wasted, bugs encountered, and hair pulled out. But we’ve learned some things. Here, crowd sourced, is a list of teaching tools actually used by real faculty (not actors!) that they have found to be useful. The list has been compiled from a query and follow-up answers via the small college POD listserv. We can’t vouch for each and every one, but favorite tools that faculty at a variety of institutions have...read more
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