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“Teaching on Purpose: A Collegium Community Model for Supporting Intentional Teaching.” JECT, January 2015. IUB faculty members Jennifer Robinson and April Sievert, with CITL consultant Katie Kearns, have published an article on their collegium community model of graduate instructor development.

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Beyond Linear Thinking: The Learning in Networks of Knowledge Project

SOTL researchers Ali Erkan & Michael Smith (Ithaca College) use visual representations of student analytical data to help students reflect upon their individually created networks of knowledge.

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Class Builds Virtual Exhibit of Cities and Their Histories

Professor Eric Sandweiss created online resources, such as unit resources and readings, a collection area, and exhibition areas for students’ research. Students engaged in research, collaborative learning, and the use of digital artifacts classified along themes to create a virtual exhibition.

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