We are pleased to announce the fourth issue of The Prospect, CNDLS’ magazine on teaching and learning. In this issue we pay special attention to the innovative work happening with online learning at Georgetown University, including our ongoing experimentation with Massive Open Online Courses and for-credit online courses. We encourage you to check out this… Read more »
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At a recent meeting of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses (ISPN), Georgetown professor Edilma Yearwood earned the Hendrix Lectureship Award. Yearwood, who is a professor of nursing in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, has a long-standing, dynamic relationship with CNDLS. She has been an active Faculty Fellow in the Engelhard Project… Read more »
We are pleased to announce our third Call for Proposals for the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning. The third round of funding will begin May 1. You may apply to one of the following two tracks: The Cohort Track is available for faculty who wish to enhance a small component (assignment sequence, unit) of a fall 2014 course… Read more »
In November, Georgetown University launched Designing the Future(s) of the University, an integrative initiative designed to explore issues related to higher education and experiment with new ways of educating Georgetown students while staying true to our strengths and institutional character. CNDLS, the Office of Advancement, the Office of Communications, the Office of the Provost, and… Read more »
This week’s workshops presented by CNDLS, Gelardin, and UIS include a multi-session Blackboard Day as well as opportunities to learn about creating screencast tutorials with the Explain Everything app, basic uses of PhotoShop, and recording podcasts with GarageBand. There will also be an Apprenticeship in Teaching workshop on Assessment and Grading.
Last week at CNDLS, we were saddened to learn of the recent loss of Frank A. Moretti, Executive Director of the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL).
More than 100 faculty and staff participated this year in CNDLS’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI). From May 20-23, participants were invited to attend one of three different programs: Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), Writing in the Disciplines Symposium, and Doyle Faculty Fellowships.
On Monday, June 3, the White House convened a national conference about mental health issues. President DeGioia spoke about the Engelhard Project as part of a panel on outreach efforts.
On Monday, June 3rd, President DeGioia will be speaking about the success of the Engelhard Project as part of the White House Conference on Mental Health.
This week, faculty are gathering for intensive discussions on teaching and learning as part of our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI).