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October 31, 2014
research
Let’s face it: nobody likes student evaluation of teaching (SET). Faculty say it's unfair and that is biased toward easy assignments, and get frustrated when they receive more comments back on their shoes than on their pedagogy. Students feel like... Read More
October 22, 2014
StudentVu, Orientation
There’s a lot at stake at your institution’s annual new-student orientation. Whether it’s a week-long series of events with concerts, games, and parties, or a tightly focused afternoon of guided tours and info sessions, you need to make sure that... Read More
March 27, 2014
StudentVu
You’ve probably stumbled upon the recent media buzz about what students are getting out of their postsecondary experience, beyond the books, lectures, and assignments. From the value of degrees to the ever lively “skills gap” debate, everyone is... Read More