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Accessible Course Design: Instruction for All through Universal Design for Learning

The Accessible Course Design Learning Community takes a practice-based approach to exploring accessibility and Universal Design for Learning. Our goal is to develop our own accessible teaching practices, while creating and promoting accessibility to the campus community.

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Adams Academy 2.0

As a group of former Adams Academy Fellows, our learning community extends the work of the Adams Academy by focusing on what Huber and Hutchins call “going public” with the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. With that said, we aim to build an audience for SoTL at MSU by focusing on three questions: Who would…

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Department of Animal Science Teaching and Learning Community (ANS TLC)

The Department of Animal Science Teaching and Learning Community (ANS TLC) will address educational topics that are proposed by members of the Department of Animal Science (ANS) and additional ANS TLC members. For 2020, two types of workshops will alternate monthly: Workshops focusing on instructional design and assessment techniques which will address alignment with course…

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Building Capacity for Inclusive Excellence in Research Mentoring @MSU

Inclusive excellence in research mentoring has been linked to important professional outcomes (e.g., persistence, research productivity) for undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, and faculty. In this learning community, participants from a diversity of disciplines will both read and discuss approaches for improving mentoring relationships, as well as identify and share evidence-based practices being adopted in…

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Building Effective Data Science Learning Communities

This learning community explores pedagogical approaches, curricular content and best practices for developing graduate/undergraduate level workshops that support emerging MSU data scientists in their academic pursuits and careers (hands-on technical and career development).

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Charting the Future of Online Graduate Education at Michigan State University

The impetus for the learning community is a need for communication, shared best practices, and innovation among the online graduate degree programs at Michigan State University. Since January 2019, this learning community has met and prioritized the following domains related to graduate online education for discussion: program marketing and student recruitment, student experience and support,…

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