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CNDLS’ Assistant Director for Research & Development Bill Garr explains the rationale behind Ellipsis, a new text analysis tool currently in development at CNDLS.
Barbara Craig, Senior Project Evaluator and Director of Assessment & Diversity at CNDLS, shares her thoughts on how learning and emotions intersect.
In a post on the Georgetown University Digital Commons Labs blog, Kevin Donovan (SFS ’11) shares his thoughts on creating an ePortfolio.
CNDLS Assistant Director for Assessment Mindy McWilliams reflects on how the goals of the Engelhard Project resonate with a recent study on predictors for a happy life.
In his course on Dante & the Christian Imagination, Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) found it difficult to teach students to move beyond basic levels of interpretation and to relate Dante’s Divine Comedy to their own lives.
In a recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Jeffrey Young discusses the merits of course blogs as an alternative to the popular course management software Blackboard.
Anthony Clark Arend, Professor of Government and Foreign Service, casts rock musicians as characters in the hypothetical political scenarios he asks his students to discuss in class.
Twitter, a microblogging service, has captured the attention of the nation– and is now piquing the interest of the Academy.
Alan Levine of the New Media Consortium recently hosted a Connect@NMC session with our TLISI 2009 featured speaker Michael Wesch, an anthropologist who studies the impact of new media on society and culture.