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I picked Chapter 4, “Begin with Consistent Contact (Attendance Matters),” because I thought it could not possibly be as boring as the title suggested. Yeah. Go to class. Duh! Fortunately, the chapter was not only NOT boring, but contained a number of good suggestions for encouraging student attendance, participation and consultation. We have all noticed […]
For those that do not like using their tablets or mobile devices because they cannot edit their word files, here is a solution for you: the Quickoffice app by Google. This app used to be paid, but as of last week it has become free for download. With it, you can create as well as […]
I think we’ve officially moved from the beginning of the semester into the heart of it. CETL is working hard to support faculty and staff in meeting teaching challenges and working toward innovative pedagogical practices. On our website, we’ve added a “Teaching International Students” section. Here, you can find resources for helping our international students […]
Congratulations to the Friend of the CETL Badge Winners: Mary Ann Clark, Gockcen Ogruk, Kalpana Pai, Julie Vowell, Liz Ward and Chris Windsor. +3 bonus points are awarded on your leaderboard. You may stop by the CETL to get your sticker.
Paper is an app by fiftythree.com that has received the 2012 Apple App of the Year Award. According to their website it offers users “five essential tools optimized for the creative process to Sketch, Write, Draw, Outline and Color.” This app is free, but it can only be used by iPad users. You can also […]