Though the first snowfall of this winter season did not significantly disrupt normal operations, it serves as a useful reminder to prepare for the possibility of university closings.
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CNDLS is pleased to announce the publication of an article in the January/February 2011 issue of Nurse Educator by Janet Russell (Associate Director for Science Programs and Instructional Technology, CNDLS), Mindy McWilliams (Assistant Director for Assessment, CNDLS), Laura Chasen (former Graduate Associate, CNDLS), and Jean Farley (NHS).
On Thursday, December 16, the instructional technology team at CNDLS will host an informal open house from 2-4 p.m. in the CNDLS main suite (314 Car Barn).
The film Rebirth will officially premiere at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
In the following post, Mindy McWilliams, Assistant Director for Assessment, shares some thoughts on assessment in higher education.
This fall, the faculty committee on General Education, along with OPIR and CNDLS, and with the support of GUSA and the Student Academic Councils, launched a comprehensive online survey about Georgetown’s general education requirements.
In March 2009, Randy Bass and Bret Eynon (LaGuardia Community College) shared their thoughts on teaching, learning, and technology as guest bloggers for The Chronicle of Higher Education‘s Wired Campus blog.
Georgetown’s Engelhard Project for Connecting Life and Learning was well represented at the recent Bringing Theory to Practice conference held here in Washington, D.C.
Tomorrow (Friday, November 19), join staff members from CNDLS and the Gelardin New Media Center for a workshop on Mobile Learning: Tablets, eReaders, and Smartphones.
As the weather becomes colder, you may be reminded of last winter’s dramatic snowstorms. The Academic Continuity website collects resources and tips for dealing with disruptions to classroom routines, as well as examples from faculty who found creative ways to adapt to unexpected circumstances.