Monthly Archives: September 2012

Teaching Tip: Teaching With Case Studies

Case studies are a great opportunity for your students to consider real world problems. With case-based teaching, students develop skills in analytical thinking and reflective judgment by reading and discussing complex scenarios. Case studies are based on real events and as … Continue reading

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Does Technology Integration Improve Student Learning?

We academic technologists often get asked this question, and the answer is – like so much in life – not simple.  For example, on the one hand, as noted in this new Educause Review article, numerous studies have shown a … Continue reading

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Tech Tip: Teaching with Dual-Screen LCD TVs

Over the summer IT replaced the projector system in ADM 435 with two LCD TVs, and a similar set up will be available in the library lecture hall and the new classrooms in the Administration building (ADM 155-157). In addition, … Continue reading

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Tech Tip: Enhancing Student Learning With Clickers

Using response clickers (also known as Classroom Response Systems) in the classroom allows you to get immediate feedback on student comprehension of material and promote active learning among your students. Polls can include Yes/No statements, multiple choice questions, even ranking … Continue reading

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