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Find Out About Open Textbook Funding

Oregon State University’s Open Educational Resources (OER) Unit provides Affordable Learning Grants for OSU faculty to adapt, adopt or author an open textbook. Such textbooks are licensed under an open copyright license and made available online to be freely used … Continue reading

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Working to hybridize infectious disease training in the veterinary school

I have taught bacteriology to vet students for the past ~12 years. I am not a veterinarian and thus my training is more basic than they would probably expect. Over the years I have tried to tweak my course every … Continue reading

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Use of online homework to link courses in the curriculum

This post is generally related to pitfall number 5:Ignore the ways students learn from each other. I consider it very important to have a handle on how my students link the material in my course with information in other courses, … Continue reading

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Sign Up for a Guided Course Review Workshop

This CTL workshop on Tuesday, July 9, offers a great opportunity for you to use new course review guidelines to take a close look at a blended, flipped or hybrid course you teach. You’ll be guided through a self-assessment of … Continue reading

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FR 439: FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES

This French upper-division course is required of all French majors and serves as the exit course. It is worth 3 credits and it has always been taught F2F. I am in the process of turning it into a Hybrid course, … Continue reading

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Intro to Athletic Training in the Hybrid Classroom

KIN 511 is the first course that new graduate students entering the Master’s of Athletic Training program take upon arrival to OSU.  We cover the basics of athletic training as an allied health profession, instruct students in simple skills to … Continue reading

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Hybrid ED 340 – Supportive Differentiated Environments

Each year, 40-50 students participate in OSU’s Secondary Double Degree Program, a year-long program that combines student teaching with coursework and requirements for a middle/high school teaching certificate.  ED 340 is course is a required course for students completing the Double … Continue reading

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F2F or Online for peer-review

The only challenge I have been facing so far is to decide whether to keep the peer-review activities in class or move them to the online part. My plan is to try both methods in my current course and see … Continue reading

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Albuquerque Inspirations: my peers excite me … and so do theirs

Greetings colleagues! I am writing this post from Albuquerque, NM, where I’ve been up to my elbows at the Southwest Popular American Culture Association conference this week. I presented my paper yesterday, and that’s the only excuse I can come up … Continue reading

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Creating Knowledge Through Hands-on Experience

The re-worked KIN 511 will require students to apply the rote muscular anatomy knowledge to hands on skills of palpation and identification on a living person as well as acquisition of new evaluative skills that they will be expected to … Continue reading

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