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

Guidance

Prompt Examples for Discussion Boards

These prompt examples for discussion boards provide faculty course developers with templates and inspiration for creating strong, community-building discussions for their students in various areas of their course and at various levels of course difficulty.

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Guidance

Badging in Online Courses

Badging in online courses can be used for anything from increasing motivation and student engagement to highlighting student achievement, marketable skills, and course artifacts.

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Resource News

Resource News – March 10, 2023

Curated list of online teaching and learning articles, reports, research, white papers, podcasts, webinars, and conferences by Academic Services and Products at AP. This edition

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Resource News

Resource News – February 24, 2023

Conferences SXSW EDU 2023 – SXSW March 6-9 (Austin) This March 6-9, experience unparalleled discovery, learning, professional development, and networking with educators from around the

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Resource News

Resource News – February 10, 2023

Conferences SXSW EDU 2023 – SXSW March 6-9 (Austin) This March 6-9, experience unparalleled discovery, learning, professional development, and networking with educators from around the

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Guidance

Preparing Your Intervention Strategies for At-Risk Students

Personalized interventions can be sent to students in Week 1 of a course. These recommendations assume that students are asked to complete a personal introduction in the first few days of the semester so that you can begin to track their progress.

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