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Shaping syllabi

— Melissa K. Downes and Jeanne M. Slattery When people talk about syllabi, they often focus on attendance, texts, number of exams, etc. These are worthy goals, but we think our syllabi are also an opportunity to discuss professional behavior. … Continue reading

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Creating community when teaching online

― Rhonda L. Clark I teach in an online graduate program in library science. My students are often very appreciative of the opportunity for an online education; many would not otherwise be able to reach their educational goals. Nonetheless, such … Continue reading

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Read the d*** syllabus!

― Jeanne M. Slattery, Aaron Richmond, Michelle Haney, Nathanael Mitchell, and Robin Morgan We have just gotten back from Washington, DC, where we presented on syllabi for the American Psychological Association. We have worked together for several years as part … Continue reading

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