Volume 8, Number 4
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Look What’s Coming to iStream in April!
Focus on Faculty and Staff Development
iStream has a new look, new content, and new features for easy access to the latest League resources and publications. Log in today to innovate, converse, and discover the endless virtual world that is iStream.
Thoughtful Topics. Starting with some shocking statistics about the growing need for community college educators and administrators, Terry O’Banion demonstrates how Walden University is combating the issue with its Community College Leadership program.
Project Highlights. Moraine Valley’s got eight expectations. Learn how they have expanded into tools for interviewing, implementing core values, and developing staff, when you read about this award winning project, in this month’s Project Highlights.
Partner Spotlight. Implementation of the IDEA system of evaluation at Angelo State University took off quickly and is now accepted by the majority of its faculty. Find out how the call for better assessment was answered in April’s Partner Spotlight.
TLT Dangerous Discussions and Flashlight. iStream subscribers can receive front-row seats to practical and thought-provoking professional development workshops and webcasts. One workshop coming April 19, 26, and May 3 at 3:00 p.m. EDT, will cover assessment and accreditation, sharing ideas, plans, and instruments that your institution could use to do accreditation self-studies.
Ten Questions. March in time with Andy Brantley, Chief Executive Officer of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, whose years of HR expertise have afforded him the Donald E. Dickason Award. You’ll think differently about top HR issues in higher education when Andy Brantley answers 10 Questions.
New Publications. Three new League publications are now available on iStream. The new titles include Hoping for the Best While Preparing for the Worst: Disasters, Emergencies, and the Community College; From Classrooms to Learning Spaces: Teaching by Design, The Cross Papers, Number 10; and Career Pathways as a Systemic Framework: Rethinking Education for Student Success in Colleges and Careers.
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