Tomorrow, Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 1:00pm ET, Dr. Bernard Bull, will share strategies for developing online courses that short circuit the potential for plagiarism. Register today for Stemming the Tide of Plagiarism in Online Classes, brought to you FREE by TurnItItn.
We continue our review of the 2012-2013 CETL grants with a report from Dr. Mel Delgato (Biology Chair, Tarpon) on uncovering students strengths and weaknesses to help them prepare in furthering their science careers.
As we head into the new school year, you may have heard a daunting challenge! Higher education is always charged to be creative and innovative when challenges arise. Jeff Kolnick, professor at professor of history at Southwest Minnesota State University, calls for courage and daring in this recent […]
The start of the new school year is always an exciting time filled with heady possibilities. But, whether you’re new or returning for the umpteenth semester, it can also be a scary moment as you contemplate both […]
Your CETL team put together a robust agenda specifically for adjunct faculty on Saturday, August 3rd on the Clearwater campus in the new ES building. Only 100 slots were available for this forum, but others will be held throughout the upcoming school year. Scroll down to see all the fun and keep an eye out […]
There are a wealth of ways to present and practice content in the classroom. Choosing from the available methods depends on your objective and your audience. You’re looking for the activity or learning method that best matches […]
College professors are a unique breed in that we’re hired primarily for what we know, but aren’t necessarily trained as teachers – the job we’re hired to do. With the diversity and complexity of today’s student, teaching is not always that simple or that obvious. Over […]
The mentoring program sponsored by CETL works on building peer-to-peer relationships between colleagues. In this review, Dr. Jennifer Haber (Communications, Tarpon Springs) and Amy Karol(Communications, Tarpon Springs) […]