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    As an academic librarian who teaches students about research, I often look to journalists to give me research ideas for my students. Here are some new ideas from Columbia's "the 11 best journalism experiments."
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    How can assessment be turned into "a place of inclusive, sustained, and informed dialogue... that strives for validity rather than purpose and transparency?"
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    Peer assessment helps students develop assessment skills that can be applied both inside and outside the classroom and encourages students to take an active role in their learning. Here are some suggestions and resources to help you get started.
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  • donna-nickitasDonna Nickitas, one of ACERT's 2015-2016 Faculty Fellows, was awarded the Mary Adelaide Nutting Award for Outstanding Teaching or Leadership in Nursing Education, one of nursing’s highest honors.
  • compass-rose-303605_1280Building or refreshing an online or hybrid course? Explore strategies and tools that will help you organize and design your courses, utilizing a range of technologies to support your teaching goals.
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Week zero and ice-breakers: Helping students get to know the course, the professor and each other
29
Sep

Hunter professors talk about how they use VoiceThread, discussion boards and wikis for ice-breaking activities.


Easy assessment makeover
30
Sep

Walk through an “easy assessment makeover” of two of Meredith’s courses and try it out for yourself.


The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
6
Oct

Research on teaching can be turned into publications. In this session, a panel of faculty will share their experience/journey/learning about doing research on their pedagogy.



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