iStream Focus: Professional Development
Look what’s coming to iStream in July!
Project Highlights. El Paso Community College provides a wide range of opportunities for professional and personal renewal and growth to assist faculty in all stages of their careers in becoming more effective and creative employees as they serve the students.
Thoughtful Topics. The Getting Results multi-media program, funded by the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program and produced by WGBH (PBS) in Boston, focuses on innovative ways to connect students’ classroom experiences to real world learning outcomes.
Partner Spotlight. The faculty, staff, and administrative team at Hazard Community and Technical College are dedicated to continual improvement by learning how to fully leverage both internal and external collaboration power.
Innovative Educators. Come see iStream’s latest additions to the archived section: Improving Customer Service and Student Satisfaction and Creating Learning Communities to Enhance Student Success. Subscribers are eligible for limited free seating in online webinars thanks to a partnership with Innovative Educators.
TLT Webinars, Dangerous Discussions, and Flashlight. iStream members have access to select TLT archives, including “Information Literacy and Assessment.” Each month, the TLT Group makes a limited number of seats in their online programs available to iStream members at no charge.
eLearning. New eLearning content updates have been added. These courses and programs are available as open educational resources or offered as discounted license agreements to all iStream subscribers.
Ten Questions. Tony Bingham, CEO, American Society for Training & Development (ASTD), describes how ASTD is partnering with community colleges to help learning professionals understand how to align learning and performance to organizational results.
Hot Off the Press! New Publications Now Available – Free Digital Versions for iStream Subscribers.
The Rogue Trustee: The Elephant in the Room: Terry O’Banion breaks a long-held silence on the topic of rogue trustees and the damage these board members can cause the colleges and communities they are elected or appointed to serve.
Academic Integrity in a Multicultural Context: Implications for Teaching and Learning: The Cross Papers, Number 12. Carol A. Jenkins analyzes the complex issue of academic honesty, focusing especially on plagiarism and strategies for confronting plagiarism.
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