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Teaching and Learning Strategies: Cooperative Learning

The following holdings are available for checkout from our office:

Hamilton, S. J. (1997). Collaborative learning: Teaching and learning in the arts, sciences, and professional schools. 2nd ed. Indianapolis: Center for Teaching and Learning, Faculty and Senior Staff Development Office, IUPUI. (2 copies)

Karre, I. (2002). Busy, Noisy, and Powerfully Effective: Cooperative Learning Tools for the College Classroom. Elyria, Ohio: INFO-TECH. (2 copies).

Millis, B. J. & Cottell, Jr., P. G. (1998). Cooperative learning for higher education faculty. Phoenix, AZ:  The Oryx Press.

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Creating Effective Video Lectures with Camtasia (Basic) Wednesday, February 20 in KT 205B 10:00 am - 10:50 am. Led by Katie Jia, CELT Instructional Consultant/Designer and Kathy Surface, ITS Acadmic Technology Consultant. Click here to register or register with WebEx link.

The First Amendment, Academic Freedom, and Your (Provocative) Teaching Techniques,Thursday, February 2, in LB 440 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. Led by Kent Kauffman, Associate Professor of Business Law, Department of Economics and Finance. Click here to register.

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