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Students Engage with, Influence Living Syllabus

Professor Kalani Craig uses Canvas tools to engage students in active learning and to tie in-class activities to out-of-class activities. By means of the Pages tool, she creates a “Living Syllabus” that changes throughout the semester.

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Theatre as a Transformative Teaching and Learning Experience

This March, the CITL collaborated with the University Players, IUB faculty and graduate students, and Ivy Tech Community College to facilitate a workshop on dramatic pedagogies for transformative teaching and learning.

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Public health faculty honored

Jared Allsop, Beth Meyerson, Rasul Mowatt, and Jennifer Piatt, all from the School of Public Health, have received the 2015 Trustees Teaching Awards in honor of the positive impact they have had on their students.

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