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
Claudia Thompson, Department of Psychology, The College of Wooster. May 1, 2018 Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org Synopsis This review provides information about an active learning approach called Interteaching. Several sections present (1) an explanation of interteaching, its origins, and its components; (2) what the empirical research, in both the laboratory and classroom applications, demonstrates about interteaching’s effectiveness to improve students’ preparation, performance, and engagement;...read more
Warren Rosenberg, Professor of English Emeritus, John P. Collett Chair in Rhetoric,Wabash College Contact: email@example.com “Should outnumbered men feel uncomfortable on college campuses?” A recent Inside Higher Education article explores this question, prompted by the announcement by Raymund Paredes, Texas’s Commissioner of Higher Education, that this discomfort was reported at a number of Texas institutions. Critics responded immediately and strongly, as the article reports, questioning...read more
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