Tag Archives: graphic syllabus

Teaching Tips: ECLearn and Usability

Whether you view it this way or not – your ECLearn course is a website. One of the fundamental principles of website design is usability. Are your students able to easily find what they need in your course? Here are … Continue reading

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Teaching Tip: Creative Syllabi

We have posted a couple times this semester on some different ways of displaying course syllabi. If you missed them, take a look at: Rebecca’s Faculty Spotlight A great collaborative tool for mapping ideas As you are beginning to think … Continue reading

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Tech Tip: Lucidchart – A Great Collaborative Tool For Mapping Ideas

Lucidchart is now available for Emmanuel College faculty and  students. Lucidchart is an online diagramming tool that allows  individuals or groups to brainstorm ideas, organize thoughts, and  collaborate in real time. It helps students collect, analyze and  communicate their ideas. … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Rebecca Moryl – Graphic Syllabus

Instructor: Rebecca L. Moryl, PhD, Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Management and Economics Course: Microeconomics 1101 About the project: Professor Moryl developed a graphic syllabus and concept map for Microeconomics 1101 in order to enhance student understanding and achievement … Continue reading

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