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Judy Steiner-Williams

Steiner-Williams Enhances Writing Course with Group Work

By flipping her business communications course, Steiner-Williams freed up time for group work that helped students learn more deeply.

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Talking With Strangers: The Ethical Dimensions of Writing Assignments

In this talk, John Duffy argues that university teachers have a central role to play in addressing the dysfunctions of contemporary public argument.

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Learning Analytics Fellows Study What Makes Classes Work for Students

Facutly research is being used to analyze how students learn to better student success, engagement, and retention.

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