Professional Development

Teaching from an Asset-Based Perspective: The Key to Student Success

By Natalie Olague—Program Coordinator and Patrick Werito—Coordinator of Tribal Initiatives, DLeNM Working with...

Grading to Promote Proficiency

By Megan Budke and Karen Nickel Can grading really reflect joy? Yes, and grading can contribute to a systemic...

Antiracist World Language Classroom: Charting a New Path

By Krishauna Hines-Gaither, Ph.D.  2020 brought unprecedented exposure to two pandemics: COVID-19 and systemic...

Webinar: Nuts and Bolts of the Supersite Assessment Program

Instructors have had to adjust to a new way of teaching and connecting with students since the COVID-19 pandemic began....
Accessibility

Initiating Reform to Alleviate the Burden that Higher Education Creates for Disabled Students and Faculty

Initiating Reform to Alleviate the Burden that Higher Education Creates for Disabled Students and Faculty By Dr....

Using Social Media as an Investigative Tool

By Christen Campbell In my presentation, Au delà baguette et du béret, I invited participants to view the...

Fall 2020 Vista Higher Learning Virtual Conference (VHLVC) Recap

The goal of the VHL Virtual Conference that concluded in October was to bring educators together on topics that unify...
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You Can Be in Two Places at One Time: Dual Modality Teaching and Learning (Part 2)

If your school's plan for the fall includes a hybrid design for student learning, you won't want to miss the second...
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Top 10 Questions About Multimodality Teaching Summer Webinar Series

What is multimodality teaching and learning? Though there are many terms used to refer to teaching students who are...

You Can Be in Two Places at One Time: Dual Modality Teaching and Learning (Part 1)

"Can I really be in two places at once?" That's the question many teachers are asking themselves now that classes are...