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4-26-2021 How to Write and Publish Your Own Open-Access Textbook

In this workshop, you will learn how faculty can work with Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) and UNG Press to collaboratively produce free, open-access textbooks for use in their own classes and…

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3-12-2021 Friday Writing Session - Color-Coding and Editing Your Sentences

Before sending the finished article to an editor for potential publication, we take time to look over our sentences, ironing out wrinkles in our prose, finding the missing comma—doing this…

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2-26-2021 Friday Writing Session - Building and Sustaining Writing Groups

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1-29-2021 Friday Writing Session - Methods, Methodology, and More

Methods, Methodology, and More Content by Michael Rifenburg and Derek Thiess Presented by Derek ThiessRemember when you drove to a new place and wrote down directions so as to not get lost? Our…

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2-1-2021 RBTS: Reimagining Asynchronous Discussions: Thinking Outside the PPR (Prompt, Post, Reply) Box

Reimagining Asynchronous Discussions: Thinking Outside the PPR (Prompt, Post, Reply) Box Miriam Moore What’s happening in the online discussions in your classes? Are students checking off…

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11-6-2020 From Literature Review to Research Question

From Literature Review to Research Question Sometimes, we jump into a writing project with a clear research question already formed but not with a solid understanding of the existing literature.…

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11-2-2020 RBTS

Collaborative Student Projects Across Classrooms and Disciplines: How to Foster Academic Skills Through Shared Experience Ralph Hale and Valerie Surrett Cross-disciplinary student projects are…

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10.23.20 Friday Writing Sessions - Getting started on a writing project in chaotic times

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10.05.20 - Service Learning Projects to Support Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Online Courses (RBTS)

Presented by Kim Davidson and Sarah Williams - Students in online or hybrid courses can sometimes feel isolated from lack of real-world interactions. Service learning projects can help students feel…

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Working From Home Series 2: Maintaining Productivity, Dealing With Distractions

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ACTIVE-Chancellor’s Learning Scholars: OER and your FLC - Video 4

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars Kick-off Meeting OER and your FLC Judy Orton-Grissett - Georgia Southwestern University

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ACTIVE-Chancellor’s Learning Scholars: Q&A Jeff Galle - Video 7

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars Kick-off Meeting Q&A, Next steps Jeff Galle Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

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ACTIVE-Chancellor’s Learning Scholars: Course Design - Video 6

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars Kick-off MeetingCourse DesignDeborah Richardson - Augusta UniversityWashella Simmons - Fort Valley State University

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ACTIVE-Chancellor’s Learning Scholars: Small Teaching - Video 5

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars Kick-off Meeting Workshop 3: Small Teaching/Interactive Lectures Justin Mays - Clayton State University Meg Mittelstadt - University of Georgia

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ACTIVE-Chancellor’s Learning Scholar: Inclusive Pedagogies - Video 3

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars Kick-off Meeting Workshop 2 - Inclusive Pedagogies Ryan Bronkema - University of West Georgia Judy Orton Grissett - Georgia Southwestern University

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ACTIVE-Chancellor’s Learning Scholars: Welcome - Video 1

Chancellor’s Learning Scholars Kick-off Meeting Middle Georgia State University, Macon Dr. Martha Venn - Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Dr. Denise Domizi- Director of Faculty…

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