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Are poster sessions or blogs part of your course? If so, we’d like to hear from you!

Apr. 2, 2012—The Center for Teaching is interested in hearing from Vanderbilt faculty and staff who are: – Using end-of-course poster sessions in which students share the results of their individual or team projects. For instance, senior lecturer Steve Baskauf uses a poster session as an opportunity for his introductory biology laboratory students to share the results of experiments they...

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Selecting the Right Technology Tool: Wikis, Discussion Boards, Journals, and Blogs (Essays on Teaching Excellence) Part Two

Feb. 24, 2012—Selecting the Right Technology Tool: Wikis, Discussion Boards, Journals, and Blogs Tami J. Eggleston, McKendree University The POD Network Teaching Excellence Essay Series, 2010-11 In this essay, Eggleston discusses how daunting many faculty find selecting the right technology tool can be. To help with this task, she compares common electronic tools and uses Bloom’s Cognitive Domain...

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Selecting the Right Technology Tool: Wikis, Discussion Boards, Journals, and Blogs (Essays on Teaching Excellence) Part One

Feb. 23, 2012—Selecting the Right Technology Tool: Wikis, Discussion Boards, Journals, and Blogs Tami J. Eggleston, McKendree University The POD Network Teaching Excellence Essay Series, 2010-11 In this essay, Eggleston discusses how daunting many faculty find selecting the right technology tool can be. To help with this task, she compares common electronic tools and uses Bloom’s Cognitive Domain...

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