• Easing CAEP Accreditation Angst: Using Nationally-Validated Surveys and Benchmarking for Easier Accreditation Reportingbench

    10/11/19 2:00 PM
    A vital component of CAEP accreditation is the need for reliable and valid data to demonstrate continuous program improvement, as well as satisfaction of both completers and employers. In this session, Kimberly Paulse...
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  • FLYER | Cirque

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  • Supporting Academic Success in Housing: Findings from a National Study

    11/19/19 2:00 PM
    NOVEMBER 19 | 2:00 PM ET In recent years, efforts around academic initiatives have been a hot topic in housing and residence life programs, as have efforts to effectively assess the impact of these initiatives. In th...
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  • Let Your iClicker Questions Do the Teaching

    10/24/19 2:00 PM
    OCTOBER 24 | 2:00 PM ET Writing great polling questions can feel like part science, part art. Join us for a presentation on best practices for question construction rooted in both pedagogy and practicality. Natalie D...
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  • Seeing the Possibilities: How Benchmarking Can Improve Our Work

    10/22/19 2:00 PM
    OCTOBER 22 | 2:00 PM ET One of the biggest challenges with assessment data is making sense of it and acting on it. How do we know when results are outstanding or concerning? What if the results are below average? Wha...
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  • How Do I Impact Retention? Insights from Research and Practice

    10/16/19 2:00 PM
    OCTOBER 16 | 2:00 PM ET Drawing on over 30 years of experience researching and improving first-year student retention at more than 200 institutions, the presenters will review concrete lessons learned about research-...
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  • WHITEPAPER | Strategies for Improving the Impact of First-Year Student Data

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  • BLOG: What Campus Climate Contributes to Campus Safety

    Over the past several decades, the topic of campus safety has become increasingly important to discussions around the roles universities play in the lives of their students. For many, their college campus becomes thei...
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  • McKenzie McNamara | Helping Others Can Acheive Their Dreams

    McKenzie McNamara Knowing that the work I am doing can support others to reach for their dreams, just as my parents have done for me, is what drives me to #AchieveMore. With this purpose it is important for me to reco...
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  • WHITEPAPER |  Using iClicker & LaunchPad for Success In & Out of Class

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  • Using Mobile in your Classroom: Enhance Learning, Minimize Distractions

    11/1/19 2:00 PM
    NOVEMBER 1 | 2:00 PM ET Opportunities for distraction in college classrooms for students - especially in 2019 - is plentiful. Social media, cat memes and short attention spans all contribute to the problem. Join vete...
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  • Five Ways College Unions and Student Centers Contribute to Student Success

    9/18/19 2:00 PM
    SEPTEMBER 18 | 2:00 PM ET By their very nature, college unions and student centers are intended to be a hub of student life and activity on campus. And, these facilities are increasingly designed and intended to supp...
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  • Active Learning Simplified: A Partnership Webinar with iClicker and OpenStax

    10/17/19 2:00 PM
    OCTOBER 17 | 2:00 PM ET Textbook, check. Homework, check. You've got all of your materials set for your students for outside of class, but how will you engage students in class? It's time for active learning! Hear fr...
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  • Using iClicker in Small Classes

    2/8/19 2:00 PM
    FEBRUARY 8 | 2:00 PM ET While the benefits of a classroom response system in large lecture halls may be obvious, those same benefits can be obtained in smaller, more intimate class of 30 or fewer students. Led by Bri...
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  • RESEARCH NOTE | How College Unions Foster a Sense of Belonging among Students

    How College Unions Foster a Sense of Belonging among Students College unions and student centers play a vital role on campus as a central hub for programs, services, and student life in general. College unions aim t...
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  • WHITEPAPER | Student Success Analytics: Formative vs. Summative

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  • Michael Mathews | Education Spanning the Globe

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  • INFOGRAPHIC | Success of Teacher Education Graduates

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  • Jayendria Singha Ray | Hard Work, Effort, & Love Pave the Road to Success

    Jayendria Singha Ray I was the subject of severe bullying, however I never let it get in my way. Today, I teach my students to never give up halfway despite all odds. My Journey to #AchieveMore I teach English...
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  • James Webb | How College Changed the Scope of my Life

    James Webb I’ve wanted to be an astronomer before I even knew anyone could get paid to study the stars. One day, after explaining the ins and outs of relativity to a friend, he said “You should go to colle...
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