posted Oct 25, 2011, 7:32 PM by Unknown user
Forty-second issue, Volume four
TLT Group TGIF 10.25.2011
|From TLT Group World Headquarters
this period of rapid transition - from teaching and supporting mostly
on-campus courses to more online courses - consider Steve Gilbert's
Fundamental Questions activity. The purpose of the activity is to
identify key points of agreement and disagreement that will guide and
limit progress on a project or innovation or improvement. You'll need
15 - 20 minutes with a colleague or two to do the activity. Let us know
what you learned!
View the Fundamental Questions on Slideshare
When is a cookie [not] a cookie? "Don't tell me what I've done wrong, show me how you can do it better" - Wade Maki
Many kinds of learning, teaching courses, "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" "This is not a course"
Farewell Google Desktop! I appreciated and recommended you often. Now what?
Online vs On-Campus Degrees, Certificates, Courses - Identified on the student transcript? Transfer credits too?
Catching Steve Bell: Catch up just once even if you can't Keep Up
Guest: Steven Bell, Associate University Librarian for Research & Instructional Services, Temple U. and ACRL vice-president/president-elect
This Friday, October 28, at 2:00pm ET
Bell has been in the middle of new ideas in Higher Education
Librarianship - notably in collaborating with others - especially
Instructional Technologists for many years. He has also been very
thoughtful and practical about "Keeping Up" which is an issue for all of
us. He is currently at Temple University, and he will become
president-elect of ACRL the 2011 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans,
and assume the presidency in July 2012 for a one-year term.
Registration for Oct. 28
Upcoming FridayLive!s... Wading into Online Teaching [reschedule]....Working with Student Resistance to Active Learning.....If evidence for changing pedagogies is so clear, why do my colleagues keep teaching the same way?FridayLive! full event calendar
Fall 2011 season FASTPASS is also available for registration for TLT Group Individual Members
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