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Citation Management Tools (e.g. EndNote, RefWorks, Mendeley) - Contact David Rathvon.
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Research Consultations – One-on-one consultations to assist researchers and faculty members in developing and enhancing their respective research programs or courses. Contact Mary Ann Huslig.
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Assignment Consultations – Review course assignments in relation to the student learning outcomes in your course syllabus. Then, incorporate specific teaching/learning strategies. Contact Claudia DeShay.
Classroom Observations – Document current teaching practices and communication patterns in the classroom to provide student engagement tips and best practices. Contact Claudia DeShay.
Quick Course Diagnosis – Collect qualitative and quantitative information to determine student satisfaction levels and how to best achieve student learning outcomes based on the course strengths and weaknesses. Contact Claudia DeShay.
Teaching Mastery – Develop courses based on theoretical foundations (including learning styles, teaching methods, and critical thinking) and sound teaching models and practices. Employ effective learning tools and constructive instructor feedback. Contact Claudia DeShay.
Moodle Training – Utilize Moodle effectively to accomplish course learning objectives for all modes of instruction. Contact Martha Buckbee
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Online Learning – Assist faculty members in incorporating appropriate technology solutions in their physical and online classrooms. Contact Martha Buckbee/Jane Scott.
Social Media and Social Bookmarking (e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn, ResearchGate, citeulike etc.) - Request training
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