- July 16, 2013Institutional readiness to respond and even thrive amid rapid change is dependent on the ability to cultivate a culture of collaboration and embrace transformative change. Indeed, institutional speed of response ultimately depends on shared vision, shared agreement, and shared leadership. Ann Hill Duin urges those involved with planning throughout all levels of an organization to actively foster a culture of collaboration. Doing so will ready your institution to tackle complex challenges and transform them into opportunities for reinvention and re-invigoration. (Times EDT)
- June 19, 2013Can colleges and universities employ online technologies and leverage resources while still remaining true to the pedagogical practices of liberal education? Language faculty from two liberal arts institutions share why they believe employing high-definition videoconferencing is consistent with the pedagogy of liberal education. (Times EDT)
- June 4, 2013Three teachers with experience in teaching across campus boundaries share successes, challenges, and lessons learned from networked teaching. (Times EDT)
NITLE is a community-based, non-profit initiative dedicated to helping undergraduate-centered colleges, universities, and educational organizations use technology effectively to strengthen undergraduate education. NITLE offers programs for professional development, provides tools for research and collaboration, maintains e-mail lists to aid in the exchange of ideas, and is able to run a number of workshops. Below is a partial list of upcoming activities. The full list can be found on NITLE’s event page. If you are interested in attending an event, you can apply here or contact Wooster’s NITLE liaison.