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Resources for Diversity and Inclusion in Teaching

Online Resources For Diversity and Inclusion in Teaching    Advice on Advising: How to Mentor Minority Students Controversial Topics in the Classroom Diversity and Inclusion in College Classroom Center for advancing-faculty-excellence UAA Practical Strategies for...

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In-Class Blackboard Exam Using Respondus LockDown Browser – Recommended Exam Settings

If you are giving an in-class Blackboard exam using Respondus Lockdown Browser, it is important to be sure all of your settings are correct. The instructions below are the recommended settings for these types of exams. Create your exam in Blackboard. To edit the...

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HIP Intensive Conversation Series: HIP 6 – Undergraduate Research

  HIP 6: Undergraduate Research   Deb Korth and Fred Speigel led a conversation about Undergraduate Research at the first HIP Discussion. HIPs are High Impact Practices that contribute to student success. In this discussion Korth and Speigel asked those gathered to...

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TFSC: Donna Graham, Wally Cordes Chair Discussion “This is Not My First Rodeo”

Donna Graham, faculty member in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences, led a discussion called “This is Not My First Rodeo”  in which she discussed navigating the changing expectations of students at the University. In this...

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