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Spring Symposium for Research and Creative Inquiry
Don't forget to remind your students to sign-up to present at the Spring Symposium for Research and Creative Inquiry held on April 24, 2018. The deadline for presentation submissions is Friday March 2 at 5:00pm: We have over 100 student registered so far! Longwood University’s Spring Symposium for Research and Creative Inquiry is a ... Continue reading →
An Ethical Issue
The ethics mantra in a professional setting is "doing your job and not causing unjust harm." Meeting your professional obligations and ensuring that whatever harm may ensue from you doing your job is justifiable are required for you to remain ethical. This image would be considered an ethical issue as it displays a dead boy ... Continue reading →
Home-based Counseling Project Assistant
Spring 2018 Non-standard part-time Assist in the development, organization, and implementation of a new course on home-based (in-home) counseling to be taught in Richmond during the summer of 2018. Locate primary literature sources on home-based counseling and compile the material for class use once permissions have been secured. This Graduate Assistant may assist with marketing ... Continue reading →
Chapter 6
In this advertisement, PETA posted a very controversial advertisement about becoming vegetarian; however, it displays an obese individual and makes the viewer believe that becoming vegetarian will make you lose weight. It also calls obese people whales and full of blubber. This deteriorates the reputation of PETA and also puts down individuals who fit in ... Continue reading →
What are your students thinking?: Schedule a Dynamic Learning Dialogue ...
DYNAMIC LEARNING DIALOGUE The Dynamic Learning Dialogue is an early to mid-semester evaluation technique that provides instructors with rich qualitative feedback from their students regarding the learning environment in a course. Feedback obtained from a Dynamic Learning Dialogue can be used for focused reflections on one’s teaching to enhance classroom interactions, student learning, and teaching ... Continue reading →
#WhyITC: Wesley Marshall
In light of recruitment season and in lieu of a #TechTipThursday, one of our staff members wanted to highlight why he decided to join our team as an Instructional Technology Collaborator (ITC). Meet Wesley, a Business Administration major who is in his second semester as an ITC. Come say hello to him and our other ... Continue reading →
Post # 3 - Generic Criticism
Just last week, Dynasty Warriors 9 was released here in the west. This is a video game that is not-so-popular outside of Eastern world and only boasts of a small following over here in the west. The main objective is to fight through the major battles of Ancient China with the more prominent officers and ... Continue reading →
Post #3 Generic Criticism
Generic Criticism is best described as a group of artifacts that are similar in content and fit into the same categories through that content.  The artifact that I have chosen to look at is an article from Indian Country Today, which is a news organization that releases articles and information on things that influence Native American ... Continue reading →