This white paper gives you the simple tools and strategies that create and maintain an optimal classroom environment. Become equipped with the classroom management tools you probably did not learn in graduate school but that have a measurable impact on instructional success.
Learn how to recognize and respond to the warning signs that indicate a student leader is nearing a crisis point and strategies on how to help.
What your institution needs to do to remain compliant depends on where your students are and how their home states authorize institutions to educate their citizens. And the onus is on your institution to figure out what, if anything, you need to do—all on a state-by-state basis. It sounds daunting, but this white paper can simplify things for you.
Potential legal risks need not deter instructors from incorporating relevant and compelling resources into their online distance courses. Awareness of current copyright and fair use law enables instructors to teach confidently and effectively. This white paper interprets recent court cases and offers institutions a framework to use in making their own copyright determinations.
This white paper helps create a plan for measuring the success of faculty development efforts. Learn strategies to assess existing programs and how to improve.
Service-learning is a popular pedagogical option in many disciplines, but doing it right requires extensive preparation. You want your service-learning program to offer a rigorous academic experience for your students while also genuinely benefiting your community partner. This 40-page white paper explores ten essential elements that will contribute to the success of your service-learning program.
All sorts of things can go wrong when you’re running a student organization. Your students could be injured at an event or transportation accidents may occur en route to an off-site event. Facilities or property may be damaged. This white paper explains risk management for these situations in plain English (not Legal-ese) so that you can take the steps necessary to safeguard organizational activities and reduce potential problems