University Archive

The Purdue Global University Archive (PGUA) expands visibility and access to the scholarly output of our university’s academic community by showcasing its works, activities, and history.

The PGUA is a service provided by the Purdue Global Library. For more information about the PGUA, its mission, policies, and how to contribute your own scholarly work to it, visit the Guide to the University Archive.

Communities

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  • Berube, John (2020-04-29)
    All professions require employees with critical thinking skills. These skills can be in greater demand, depending upon the profession. Although critical thinking can be taught on the job, most employers would prefer strong ...
  • Derkacy, Carrie; Tacker, Tami; Meymaris, Kirsten (2020-04-30)
    Have you ever wondered what math discussions look like in an online classroom? Or how about GROUP math discussions in the online classroom? Now that is a challenge! It has long been recognized that teamwork and collaboration ...
  • Hohensee, Peg; Meymaris, Kirsten (2020-04-29)
    It has long been observed and reported regarding the feelings of isolation and lack of community in online education. The Community of Inquiry (CoI) originally developed by Garrison, et al (2000), identified three ...
  • Laman, Carol; Bass, Christina (2020-04-29)
    Studies indicate that engagement is a key component to student success. This engagement in the online community can occur when students build relationships with each other (Lohr & Haley, 2018; Oliphante & Branch-Mueller, ...
  • Bianco, Michelle; Chiong, Tamara (2020-04-29)
    Formative Assessment: “Do You Understand?” “Got it!” “Okay, good!” What is formative assessment? How can it help in the classroom, both for you and your students? This presentation will discuss the fundamentals of formative ...

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