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‘Collaborative Learning’

Cumberland Project in August 2022

Jun. 8, 2022—By Joe Bandy In this time of environmental uncertainty and crisis higher education plays a vital role in helping the public meet the numerous challenges to sustainability, especially understanding and responding to climate change. Vanderbilt has taken up this challenge in a variety of forms, the latest of which is formation of the Climate and...

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New CFT Working Group Will Focus on Online, Collaborative Timelines

Aug. 11, 2015—The CFT is putting together a working group for instructors interested in having students build online, collaborative timelines. Tools like Tiki-Toki and TimelineJS can be used to create interactive, multimedia timelines that can be shared and analyzed. If this sounds like a potentially useful assignment for one of your courses, or if you have experience...

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From a Student’s View: Group Work

Nov. 28, 2012—This is a guest post by Erin Baldwin, Vanderbilt Class of 2014, College of Arts and Sciences. The post is part of our ongoing “From a Student’s View” blog series. We occasionally feature guest posts here on the blog as part of our efforts to cultivate dialogue about teaching and learning among Vanderbilt faculty, students,...

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