Travis N. Thurston on Architecture of Engagement, Blended Courses, and Instructional Development

Healthy self-criticism and persistency – that’s what leads to perfection. But counting on yourself only may slow down the progress. In instructional development, a community of like-minded peers too often acts as a real driving force enabling faster improvements. So, how does it all work in real life? Utah State University (USU) can serve as [...]

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