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  • Fudge, Tamara; Edwards-Walcott, Carol (2019-11-06)
    Our students do not all learn the same; we know that learning styles play a role in understanding difficult concepts. This means that the written word does not serve every student, and we may have to find new ways to provide ...
  • Nichols, Jenny (2019-11-06)
    This session, "Growing Towards Success! The Student LIFE: Involvement for Success Forum Recap," will allow faculty to discover how the Student LIFE Forum helped students grow towards success. The data (statistics, evaluation ...
  • Beckett, Kelvin (2019-11-06)
    Online teachers in the U.S. and internationally see their discussion boards as communities of inquiry (CoI) which promote sustained communication and higher level learning. The CoI approach to online discussions is based ...
  • Connor, Valerie (2019-11-06)
    The Students You Meet in the Online Classroom: Instructors face many challenges when they start a new term. One challenge is getting to know the students in the classroom quickly. What type of student typically chooses to ...
  • Kelly, Teresa; Green, Barbara; Johnson, William "Ashley" (2019-11-06)
    Researchers such as Kane, et. al (2016) have concluded that developing instructor effectiveness and engagement directly impacts student learning and success. Purdue Global shows a unique commitment to faculty training and ...
  • Atkins, Ramona; Kaur, Gurmit (2019-11-07)
    This presentation will focus on the importance of inclusivity of diversity within the academic environment. The exploration and recognition of various diverse backgrounds including but not limited to educational, military, ...
  • Pelletier, Patti; Boone, Joni; Hansen, Laurie; Fitzgerald, Liz (2019-11-07)
    Learn how the CTL embarked on a journey to identify and employ opportunities for diversity and inclusion in professional development.
  • AuCoin, Dena; Jarvie, Lindsey (2019-11-07)
    The recent growth in social media technology is allowing online interaction at an unprecedented scale (Lee & Hsieh, 2013). While these technologies hold amazing potential for online activism, they also hold the potential ...
  • Bugda, Gena; Waldow, Jason (2019-11-07)
    Online students in higher education include a diversified group of individuals. Many are not typical first-time students entering college at the age of 18. On the contrary, these individuals are often going back to school ...
  • Jarvie, Lindsey; Waldow, Jason; Gellens, Suzanne; Aucoin, Dena (2019-11-07)
    PLCs (Professional Learning Communities) encourage collaboration and enriched learning and research opportunities for "every imaginable combination of individuals with an interest in education" (Dufour, 2004). Learning how ...
  • Williams, Nikki; Williams, Shandrea P.; Bishop, Kathleen (2019-11-07)
    Students are often faced with many challenges in life, such as a death in the family, a personal illness, or being called away for a military assignment. It is important for professors and administrators to recognize when ...
  • Fail, Russell; Riley, Michele (2019-11-07)
    In the discussion of liberal arts, much has been posited regarding the value of a well-rounded education and the connection between liberal arts and developing critical thinking and communication skills. Liberal arts ...
  • Mahlan, Elaina; Foreman, Melinda Duncan (2019-11-07)
    A positive student-faculty relationship supports successful classroom outcomes. Little is known, however, about the student-faculty relationship in competency-based education nursing programs via distance learning modalities. ...

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