Monthly Archives: December 2012

Follow CTE on Twitter

CTE has a blog, so could tweeting be far behind?  We think of it as one more way to help you keep up with the latest news in higher education, research on teaching & learning, and CTE’s programs and services.  … Continue reading

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MOOCs for Professor Profit?

Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are all the rage these days.  Usually they’re free.  But a provocative story in the Chronicle highlights a new service that offers “ultra-affordable” MOOCs — and the tuition paid by the online student is split … Continue reading

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Better Research Assignments

While planning our spring semester courses, many of us may be looking for new ways to teach students both content knowledge and research skills. Get a good start with the resources on CTE’s Designing Research Assignments page.  In addition, personal help is … Continue reading

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