David Pace, professor of History and co-director of the Freshman Learning Project at Indiana University, spoke on Thursday in the third and final talk of this year’s Provost’s Seminar on Teaching and Learning.
Posts By: Theresa Schlafly
Provost’s Seminar: Recap of “New Approaches for Improving Student Engagement in Large Enrollment Classes”
Wednesday’s panel discussion on “New Approaches for Improving Student Engagement in Large Enrollment Classes,” led by CNDLS Assistant Director for Science Programs Janet Russell, featured a discussion of technology-related pedagogical approaches by Mark Rom, Matt Carnes, Matt Hamilton, Frank Ambrosio, and Heidi Elmendorf.
Provost’s Seminar Continues: Join Us for Events Today and Tomorrow
Today, please join us for a faculty panel discussion on “New Approaches for Improving Student Engagement in Large Enrollment Classes.”
New Dates for Web 2.0 Workshops
Please note the following new dates for the Spring Web 2.0 workshops, which will be presented in collaboration with the Gelardin New Media Center.
Spring Blackboard Training
Each semester, CNDLS offers Blackboard training sessions on a variety of topics, including Blackboard basics, communication and collaboration tools, assignments, and assessment tools.
Announcing the Provost’s Seminar on Teaching & Learning: January 19-21
This year, the Provost’s Seminar on Teaching and Learning, which will take place January 19-21, will offer three opportunities for faculty to participate in ongoing discussions about teaching, learning and the curriculum.
Spring Web 2.0 Workshops
CNDLS is pleased to announce a new series of spring workshops focusing on Web 2.0 tools, to be presented in collaboration with the Gelardin New Media Center.
Students, Technology, and Contemplation
A recent article in the Washington Post highlighted some of the issues surrounding students, technology, and contemplation explored by last semester’s guest speaker David Levy in his talk “No Time to Think” and at CNDLS’ December 2008 Symposium “Teaching to Connect the Heart and Mind.”
International Conference Presentation on MyDante and Ellipsis
In December, CNDLS’ Eddie Maloney and Theresa Schlafly, along with Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy), traveled to Florence, Italy to present a paper on the MyDante and Ellipsis projects at a conference.
In the following post, CNDLS Graduate Associate Lindsay Pettingill addresses the challenges of assessment in the digital age and shares a helpful resource.