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October 21, 2020

The Council on Research in Student Progress and Educational Excellence (CRISPEE) announces its first annual conference, to be held virtually on Nov. 10 and 18, 2020.

The conference will focus on research including the collection and analysis of data on student learning, student surveys, student interviews, learning management system data, and student institutional data for the purposes of improving equity, student success, and educational excellence.

The conference will include grant presentations, quantitative workshops and two poster sessions. More information and details about these sessions can be found HERE . The conference will be delivered synchronously via Zoom...

October 7, 2020

Two Instructional Redesign cohorts this fall will focus on Carmen Common Sense and Teaching Information Literacy.

These cohorts can be stand-alone experiences or used as the foundation for an instructional redesign (IR) and assessment process culminating in the creation of an Instructional Redesign portfolio that may be eligible for compensation.

Teaching Information Literacy Instructional Redesign Cohort

Asynchronous delivery beginning on Monday, Oct. 19 via CarmenCanvas with optional virtual cohorts on Oct. 19, Nov. 2 and Nov. 16 at 3 p.m.

This professional learning experience will provide guidance for strategically...

October 7, 2020

The Michael V Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning announces two new professional learning opportunities this fall.

Teaching Information Literacy Instructional Redesign Cohort [CL1]

Asynchronous delivery via CarmenCanvas with optional virtual cohorts on Oct. 19, Nov. 2 and Nov. 16 at 3 p.m.

This professional learning experience will provide guidance for strategically and purposefully integrating information literacy into courses.


Participants will be expected to complete 1 or 2 course modules per week (approximately two hours per module) and are encouraged to participate in at least one...

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