Posts tagged with “High Impact Practices” (All posts)

Sept 27 – A “Liberal Arts Laboratory”: Teaching with Archives, Maps, and Rare Books

29 September 2022

Working with Gould Library’s unique physical collections of archives, rare books, artists’ books, and print maps provide students with hands-on, active learning opportunities. This session will highlight creative approaches to…

Jan 25, 2022: Leveraging the Power of Civic and Community-Based Learning in a Time of Change

18 February 2022

At a time of enormous change in the world, the United States, and particularly within higher education, should we be rethinking everything we know about community-based learning, or should we…

Jan 18, 2022: Evidence-based Strategies for Navigating a Polluted Information Environment

20 January 2022

While education is often framed as a necessary bulwark against the threat of misinformation, a mounting body of evidence shows that common approaches to teaching media literacy and critical thinking are…

Oct. 22, 2019: Feedback and Assessment in Collaborative Projects with Students

24 October 2019

Student collaborations with faculty and/or community partners provide unique venues for students (and faculty) to develop a variety of skills beyond those they cultivate in traditional curricular and research work.…

May 21, 2019: “Always Connect”: Public Scholarship and Community Engagement in the Real World

23 May 2019

We talk a good game about the benefits of directing our scholarly work at the broader public, and engaging our students in community-based learning, but what are the true benefits…

Nov 6, 2018: Public-facing Student Scholarship in Your Classroom

9 November 2018

Come join your colleagues to talk about your past or planned course assignments where students create public or semi-public scholarship – blog posts, articles, posters, websites, Wikipedia articles, performances, and…

Sept 25, 2018: Learning Across the Miles: Sharing the Structure of Dakota Course

27 September 2018

Most of us are familiar with technology that facilitates remote interactions with our research collaborators. But did you know that you have the resources to share, in real time, your…

May 22, 2018: Civic Engagement and the Co-creation of Knowledge through Participatory Video

4 June 2018

This session will discuss questions about civic engagement, honoring diverse forms of knowledge, and participatory and decolonial teaching methodologies. It will showcase an innovative approach to co-teaching through a presentation…

Apr. 12, 2018: Using Reflective Writing to Promote Transfer in Writing-Rich Courses

16 April 2018

Kathleen Yancey is one of the preeminent scholars of composition and rhetoric working today, and she has published widely on the role of reflective writing in the undergraduate curriculum. She…

Mar. 27, 2018: Engaging Students in Reflection During Internships

29 March 2018

This presentation will describe how the Summer Internship Reflection and Career Readiness Program engages students in reflection. The Program encompasses the preparatory work done by the student before the internship,…

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