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Moss

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WCET AI+Education Virtual Summit

WCET Virtual AI Summit

February 22, 2024 • 8 am – 12 pm AKST The UAF Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is offering a limited number of registrations on a first-come basis. Participate the Summit virtually or at 145 Bunnell Building at CTL.…

Ungrading STEM

I recently ran into a friend at a Halloween bonfire party who is an accomplished faculty member in the sciences. As we huddled near the fire for warmth, we discussed the idea of “ungrading” and the specific challenges of this…

Non-disposable assignments

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The idea of the non-disposable or reusable assignment has been around for a while. The last couple years may have brought new practices and strategy to your teaching and new thoughts about assessment strategies. Perhaps some of those thoughts revolve…

Join OEWeek!

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It’s not too late to join in the conversations and activities happening for Open Education Week (OEWeek) on March 7-11.  In this Teaching Tip, we present some of the highlights from OEWeek and how to get involved. Open education is…

Why should we care about OER?

Around 65% of your students may not purchase your textbook due to cost. This can have a significant impact on their success in your course. Using free and open education resources (OER) can ameliorate expenses for students and help make higher education more equitable for all students.