Monthly Archives: January 2017

Remote Internship Reflection (02/03)

By Jennifer Coggins Since my last reflection, my work with the Smithsonian Libraries Education Department has continued to consist of communicating with teachers testing I See Wonder, an online education resource. I field their questions, collect their feedback, and encourage … Continue reading

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It’s Not All About Me

By Mills “Our students come first.” That’s what it says on page five of George Mason University’s Strategic Plan. As one of the authors of that document back in 2014, I’m always happy when this simple sentence is deployed to … Continue reading

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Five Colleges Innovative Learning Symposium

By Maura The Five Colleges invited me to come talk about assessment at their Innovative Learning Symposium, and I did. They were a lovely audience, and the discussions we had after my talk were interesting and useful (I’m very taken … Continue reading

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Trails, Paths, and Digital Literacy

By Mills Yesterday I had the good fortune to be the keynote speaker at the Winter Symposium on Digital Literacy in Higher Education at the University of Rhode Island. It was incredibly energizing to spend a day and a half … Continue reading

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