Reads

Take a look at the latest quick reads written or curated by online teaching and learning experts at Academic Partnerships.

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Guidance

Voice and Tone Checklist for Your Online Course

Each page in your online course and every piece of content you create for your students is a chance for you to set the tone and climate, support discourse, and communicate your expectations. These pages and pieces of content represent “you” to your students, and they will look to these pages to help keep them engaged and encouraged.

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Guidance

Quality Matters 7th Edition Rubric Release

Quality Matters (QM), a global organization leading quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environments, has recently released their newest edition of the QM Higher Education Rubric.

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Faculty Newsletter

2023 AASCU Conference Presentation

In collaboration with Dr. Dana Harrison from East Tennessee State University, Academic Partnerships will present at the 2023 AACSU (American Association of State Colleges and

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Resource News

Resource News – June 2023

A collection of online teaching and learning news, conferences, white papers, research, and webinars. Get the latest resource news today!

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Dr. Thomas Harvey
Faculty Research Grants

Faculty Spotlight: Thomas Harvey EdD

Dr. Thomas Harvey, a Clinical Instructor and the Director of Field Supervisor at Lamar University’s College of Education and Human Development, is an Academic Partnerships grant recipient.

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Resource News

Resource News – May 2023

Conferences CanvasCon Texas 2023 – Instructure – May 19 (Fort Worth) Instructure is excited to partner with Tarrant County College and AWS to bring you

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Guidance

Quick Tips for Online Assessments

As you design the content of your course, you’ll think a lot about assessment methods. Online assessments and assignments should take into consideration the their online audience, which is typically a population of adult learners.

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Guidance

Promoting Participation in Discussions

In the online, constructivist learning environment, rich and robust collaborative knowledgeconstruction occurs on the discussion board. The constructivist approach shifts the focus from the instructor

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Resource News

Resource News – April 2023

A collection of online teaching and learning news, conferences, white papers, research, and webinars. Get the latest resource news today!

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