20 March

Ian Dolphin from the Apereo Foundation Visits CCNMTL

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On March 12, Ian Dolphin, Executive Director of the Apereo Foundation, visitedCCNMTL to talk about open source software solutions for educational institutions.

18 March

2015 Edward M. Kennedy Prize Winner Announced

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Suzan-Lori Parks was awarded the 2015 Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama.

17 March

The Case Method Classroom

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In conjunction with the transition of Case Consortium @ Columbia management from the Columbia Journalism School to CCNMTL, here is an adapted version of the introduction to Our Digital Future: Boardrooms and Newsrooms by Kirsten Lundberg.

13 March

Two-Year Faculty Development Program Represents a Microcosm of CCNMTL’s Work at Columbia

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Last week, CCNMTL reached two important milestones: the center completed its 15th year of operations, and the eLearning Faculty Fellowship (eLFF) concluded it’s two-year run.

4 March

In Conversation: Redesigning a Design Course with Dr. Katherine E. Reuther

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This semester, Dr. Katherine E. Reuther, a lecturer in the department of Biomedical Engineering at Columbia, is redesigning her course as a part of the Provost’s Hybrid Learning Initiative. Learn about her experience with this new approach.

27 February

Provost Releases Spring 2015 Hybrid Learning RFP

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The Office of the Provost has launched a new Request for Proposals (RFP) inviting faculty to apply for funding to support redesigning the delivery of their courses.

17 February

Provostial Hybrid Learning Projects at Columbia

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In November of 2014, sixteen Columbia faculty were awarded grants to support the redesign, delivery, and evaluation of their courses during the 2015 academic year.

9 February

Publishing Teaching: A New Opportunity for Higher Ed

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In the ever-emerging world of online learning, university professors now have the opportunity to publish, assess, and broadcast their work in teaching. Explore the vast possibilities for online courses, and MOOCs, in the field of university research and teaching.

5 February

New Online Nursing Course Has Global Impact

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A new, online course by ICAP trains nursing faculty and students in sub-Saharan Africa.

30 January

The Changing Landscape of Higher EdTech

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From political forums to pundit roundtables to the family dining room, education is a hot topic. Discover some of the exciting new ways Columbia, and other academic institutions, are engaging with flipped classrooms, blended learning, MOOCs, teaching teams, and lifelong learning.

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