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All faculty (including part-time and full-time) are invited to contribute to a new edition of the FACET Quick Hits series which will mark the first online installment of the series. This will not only describe an instructional approach that relies on Canvas, but the Quick Hits themselves will be housed in the Canvas Commons.

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Apply for Grants Now; Deadline for Most Grants is February 19, 2016

The CITL sponsors a number of grants and awards to support IUB faculty members in developing innovative approaches to teaching and learning.

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Spotlight: Mike Sellers

Sellers Teaches 21st Century Thinking Through Game Design

Michael Sellers, who has a long history in the gaming industry, advocates for diversity and systems thinking through his curriculum.

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