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CTLE Reflections Fall 2013
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Fall 2012-Spring 2013, Vol 8, No 1

  •  Reflections on First Year Seminar
  •  Lecture Capture in Loyola Science Center
  •  Online Learning Techniques Gaining Ground
  •  Our New Faculty Development Specialist
  •  High Demand for Tutoring

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Spring 2012, Vol 7, No 1

  •  Welcome to Our New Newsletter
  •  5 Ways Technology Can Enhance Your Courses
  •  Faculty Advancement
  •  Faculty to Faculty Exchange
  •  An Ipad For a Week

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    Fall 2010, Vol 6, No 1

    •  Seeking Feedback From Your Classes
    •  The Faculty Liaisons to the CTLE
    •  Faculty Advancement
    •  ANGEL Workshops
    •  Faculty Awards

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      Summer 2009, Vol 5, No 1 & 2

      • To Blog or Not to Blog
      • The Faculty Liaisons to the CTLE
      • Faculty Advancement
      • ANGEL Workshops
      • Faculty Grants and Stipends

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      Fall 2008, Vol 4, No 1

      • Universal and Systematic Design Instruction for Accommodating Diverse Learning Styles in Criminal Justice
      • Frank O’Hara and Rose Kelly Awards
      • New Technology for Faculty
      • Verizon Foundation Grant
      • and more

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      Spring 2008, Vol 3, No 2

      • Eugeniu Grigorescu appointed Associate Director of the CTLE
      • CTLE Director’s Report
      • CTLE Awards
      • The Importance of Feedback in Learning
      • Staff Notes
      • and more

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      Fall 2007, Vol 3, No 1

      • No Ordinary Syllabus
      • CTLE Director’s Report
      • The University of Scranton ’s Academic Development Program
      • CTLE Services and Opportunities for Faculty and Students
      • and more

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      Spring 2007, Vol 2, No 2

      • How the Text Syllabus Fails
      • Developing a Teaching Portfolio
      • Problem-Based Learning: Group Work and Collaboration Characteristics
      • and more

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      Fall 2006, Vol 2, No 1

      • What’s in it for me?
      • Consider the Learning Portfolio
      • Why Multimedia?
      • New Math Specialist
      • Staff Notes
      • and more

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      Spring 2006, Vol 1, No 1

      • Learning Outcomes and You
      • Concept Mapping
      • Does a Degree Equal Literacy?
      • Students with Special Needs (Disabilities)
      • and more