Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs [Morgan]

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs — from bbc.com by Kate Morgan; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource Excerpt: As anyone who’s […]

Surviving Among the Giants [Carlson]

Surviving Among the Giants — from chronicle.com by Scott Carlson As growth has become higher ed’s mantra, some colleges seek to stay small. Excerpts: The […]

Zoom for Education: 5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of It [Ofgang]

Zoom for Education: 5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of It — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang Many educators are still only using the […]

Reflections on “5 Ways Higher Ed Will Be Upended” [Levine & Van Pelt]

5 Ways Higher Ed Will Be Upended — from chronicle.com by Arthur Levine and Scott Van Pelt Colleges will lose power, prices will go down, […]

Some fun ideas to foster creativity, artistry, design, developing multimedia and more!

Transforming the classroom with augmented learning — from thetechedvocate.org by Matthew Lynch Excerpt: Forbes documented the many ways that augmented reality (AR) has come to life […]

New Research: Flipped Classrooms Improve Student Academics and Satisfaction [Ofgang]

New Research: Flipped Classrooms Improve Student Academics and Satisfaction — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang A new analysis of more than 317 studies found flipped classrooms […]

Better Questions in the Classroom Lead Students to Think Harder—and Learn Deeper [Bradbury & Berlin]

Better Questions in the Classroom Lead Students to Think Harder—and Learn Deeper — from edsurge.com by Staci Bradbury and Rebekah Berlin Excerpt: The takeaway here […]

Some great resources re: “The 60-Year Curriculum”

A LIFETIME OF LEARNING — from continuum.uw.edu Excerpts: The 60-year curriculum is the modern approach to a lifetime of learning. Getting a degree, getting a […]

You might be interested in reviewing one or more of the items out at Faculty Focus Live Podcasts.

From DSC: You might be interested in reviewing one or more of the items out at Faculty Focus Live Podcasts. Some example podcasts: Episode 11: Assessing […]

Reflections on “Why Professors Should Ask Students For Feedback Long Before the Semester Is Over” [Koenig]

Why Professors Should Ask Students For Feedback Long Before the Semester Is Over — from edsurge.com by Rebecca Koenig This article is part of the […]

What if we could create these kinds of calendars and/or apps for faculty & staff as well as for students? [Christian]

What if we could create these kinds of calendars and/or apps for faculty and staff as well as for students? — idea from Daniel Christian. […]

Six postings designed to help students learn how to study effectively [Megan Smith & Yana Weinstein]

Learn How To Study Using… Dual Coding — from learningscientists.org by Megan Smith & Yana Weinstein Excerpt: This is the final post in a series […]

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