Category: Faculty Newsletter

AI Tools for an Improved Student Experience

What are some AI tools that you can incorporate into your online classroom to enhance student engagement, personalize learning, offer individualized feedback, and encourage additional practice and application? The free,

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Course Facilitation

AI Tools to Support Your Teaching

With the proliferation of AI tools, it can often feel overwhelming as new ones seem to emerge every day. Determining where to begin when integrating these tools into your course

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Coursetune

Solve Curriculum Mysteries for Continuous Improvement

What’s Hiding in Your Curriculum? We love the cooler weather, colorful leaves, and family gatherings (with tasty food) that come with this season. Continuous improvement for your curriculum doesn’t take

Program Planning

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 Universities) Summer Meeting in Baltimore,

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Faculty Research Grants

Faculty Spotlight: Jennifer Roye MSN, RN, CHSE, CNE

Jennifer Roye, the Assistant Dean for Simulation and Technology at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) College of Nursing and Health Innovation, is a two-time Academic Partnerships grant recipient.

Assessments and Assignments

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.

ASP

ASP Employee Spotlight: Dr. Jessica Krentzman

This month we’re celebrating Dr. Jessica Krentzman, Senior Manager of Instructional Design with Academic Services and Products. In this role, Dr. Krentzman works closely with internal AP Leadership, external Academic

EdTech

What Should You Do About AI and ChatGPT?

Strategies for integrating AI and ChatGPT into your courses to alleviate the appeal and pressures of academic dishonesty in your online courses.

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Instructional Design

10 Steps to Accelerate Your Course

Course acceleration is a multi-step process that requires you to deconstruct previous course content in order to reconstruct it in a new, accelerated format. Consider some of the following strategies to help you accelerate your course:

EdTech

An LMS Feature to Consider in the New Year

A new and exciting year is upon us, and with it, a chance to revise and refresh our online courses. Your Learning Management System (LMS) regularly updates with new and

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ASP Showcase

The Academic Services and Products (ASP) team at Academic Partnerships presents the following brochure, which features an overview of our

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