This assignment takes advantage of the connected or blended learning environment to invite students to engage with a range of texts through audio informational lectures which are then discussed in forums.
This assignment offers a way to integrate speeches and research presentations as a way for students to share their work with one another and gain experience in both written and oral communication methods.
In the context of a Human Resources Management course, this assignment invites students to design an entire training program which can be translated into real life contexts.
This activity offers a way to use interactive simulations to engage students in the analysis of concepts learned in a Macroeconomics course.
This resource offers an approach to encourage students to develop a habit of reflection through the use of short weekly video reflections that are shared online.
This resource shares information about a Visual Contest that invited students across the network to explore how images might help to address the following question: How does freedom of expression change during a pandemic?
This assignment, given in the context of a Social Psychology course, introduces key concepts on the cognitive and emotional roots of prejudice as a setup to a three-class unit, and gives students the opportunities to analyze and integrate information in reading, lecture and video formats, to consider the benefits and limits of different methodologies, and to apply course content to novel situations.
This resource shares an approach to working with students on music composition projects through translating words and brief phrases into melodic building blocks.
The inquiry log is an extended research project that includes a detailed record of the entire process of research and writing, so that students are working towards a final project from the very start of the course.
This collection of three assignments from is from the network course “A Lexicon of Migration.” The resources covers ways students from four campuses collaborated to examine the history of migration from local, national, and global perspectives.