Volume 8, Number 7
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Look What’s Coming to iStream in July:
Focus on Higher Education Supporting Global Needs
Thoughtful Topics. Art Chickering leads a fascinating discussion about educational environment, brain function and learning, and modes of learning as a method of examining ways to encourage diverse learners to pursue personal development.
Partner Spotlight. Discover online learning at its finest with the National Repository of Online Courses. Learn about NROC’s multitude of classes for postsecondary students and educators, join their network community, and see what’s free at Hippocampus, in July’s Partner Spotlight.
TLT Webinars, Dangerous Discussions, and Flashlight. The TLT Group is developing guidelines for constructive criticism of colleagues’ brief, hybrid workshops, with a special focus on eClips. These guidelines apply to constructive criticism of podcasts that are produced and supplemented with educational goals in mind. Click here to offer suggestions or comments, and visit the TLT tab at istream.league.org to secure a free seat (limited availability) for the posted online workshops.
NROC Network Partnership Opportunities. Ten free seats are available to iStream subscribers for the next NROC Network Webinar, July 25 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Cheryl Comstock and Lisa Cheney-Steen from Colorado Community Colleges Online offer practical tips in “Creating and Using Podcasts in Teaching.” Simply email email@example.com to save your seat!
Did you know your iStream subscription entitles your school to a deep discount on institutional membership in the NROC project? Supporting members have liberal rights to adapt and distribute rich online multimedia content from NROC to meet unique curricular needs at their institution. Learn more about the project at www.montereyinstitute.org/nroc or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Project Highlights. For 30 years, humanitarian outreach has been the tradition at Humber College. Read how Humber’s award-winning International Project Management curriculum was designed to offer the up-to-date training and hands-on experience students need to help develop disadvantaged communities around the world, in July’s Project Highlights.
Ten Questions. Education is no mystery to Gerald Brown. Applying years of experience in postsecondary education and discussing salient issues for Canadian Community colleges, ACCC President Gerald Brown answers Ten Questions.