Monthly Archives: November 2017

Learning Management System Change Announced

The following is a copy of the first official email from your D2L to Canvas Migration Design Team. Our campus (as well as all those within the UW Wisconsin System) is migrating from our current learning management system (D2L) to … Continue reading

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CETL Weekly – Expanding Perspectives

November 13, 2017 “To the person who does not know where he wants to go there is no favorable wind.” — Seneca Vision is critical to higher education.  Even as we ground students in long-standing theories and ideas, we prepare … Continue reading

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Teaching and Learning Relationships

November 6, 2017 Teaching is not about information. It’s about having an honest intellectual relationship with your students. ~ Paul Lockhart Please forgive me for stating the obvious – this is a difficult time for our Yellowjacket community. People have … Continue reading

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Teaching at its Best

October 23, 2017 Teaching at its best arises from healthy teachers who are well rested, open minded, clear thinking and compassionate towards the challenges of learning. ~ Kathryn Lovewell, Every Teacher Matters Good morning! We have reached the mid-term point … Continue reading

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Teaching with Technology Resources

October 16, 2017 CETL Instructional Pedagogy and Technology Series We invite you to attend the upcoming professional development sessions provided through the CETL Instructional Pedagogy and Technology Series. Each session has been designed to provide a launching pad towards developing new skills for enhancing … Continue reading

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Open Educational Resources

Greetings to you on Friday, October 13.  While there are many superstitions linked to this day, with them come different perspectives of the world and the opportunity to learn about cultural beliefs. For example, there may be psychological benefits to … Continue reading

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