We are pleased to announce that another CNDLS Thought Paper, “A Case for Open & Interconnected Systems in Universities” by Marie Selvanadin, has been published on the CNDLS publications page.
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Check out our newest publication series: CNDLS Thought Papers. In these essays, CNDLS staff members share ideas about teaching and learning.
“MyDante: An Online Environment for Contemplative and Collaborative Reading,” an article by Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy), Bill Garr (CNDLS), Eddie Maloney (CNDLS), and Theresa Schlafly (CNDLS), has just been published in the first issue of the new Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy.
Check out this article, published recently by the Language Learning and Technology journal, which examines the use of Wordles to give feedback on foreign language writing assignments.
This week, an article co-written by Daryl Nardick and Leanne McWatters, in collaboration with David M. Levy (University of Washington) and Jeanine Turner (Communication, Culture, and Technology), was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
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).
Georgetown alumnus Christian Talbot, who chairs the English department at Regis High School in Manhattan, writes about education in his blog Excellence in Teaching / Teaching Excellence. Recently, he reflected on the Georgetown Magazine article “The Learning Shift,” which explored various ways that Georgetown faculty are shifting from a focus on teaching to a focus… Read more »
Georgetown professors Edilma Yearwood and Joan Riley (School of Nursing and Health Studies) recently published an article entitled “Curriculum infusion to promote nursing student well-being” in the Journal of Advanced Nursing’s June 2010 issue.
A recent article in the Georgetown Magazine highlighted the roles played by CNDLS and the Georgetown Learning Initiatives in the shift from a focus on teaching to a focus on learning.