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Showing Empathy and Communicating in Survival Mode: Managing Your Online Presence While Teaching During Coronavirus

Showing Empathy and Communicating in Survival Mode: Managing Your Online Presence While Teaching During Coronavirus

You, the instructor, play an important role in shaping your students’ learning experience. As courses across the world move online in light of the coronavirus pandemic, prompting discussions and engaging and encouraging students become all the more challenging. How... Read more
Transforming Institutions Through Teaching

Transforming Institutions Through Teaching

Can teaching be a driver of institutional transformation? We explored the question with Amy Chasteen Miller, executive vice provost at the University of Southern Mississippi, Farah Ward, provost and vice chancellor at Elizabeth City State University, and Scott Furlong,... Read more
ACUE at AASCU 2018: What will it take for the student success agenda to succeed?

ACUE at AASCU 2018: What will it take for the student success agenda to succeed?

To create informed citizens and help students develop the skills necessary for success in an increasingly global workforce, institutions continue to explore new programs, policies, and practices. Yet how can colleges and universities stay focused on preparing students amidst... Read more