Monthly Archives: August 2011

LEAPing off a Summit: Good Idea?

Tweet This past spring and over the summer I was fortunate to take part in LEAP Summit facilitated by Greg Cook, Liz Hachten and Ed Furlong. I and some 29 -nine other faculty, staff and students came together to ask … Continue reading

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LEAP Chat with Wade Dazey


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What I Did Last Summer: Early Reflections on America’s Promise

“America is an Idea. America is more than a country. America is an idea.” Continue reading

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InfoLit: Leapin’ Libraries!

Tweet Information Literacy and Andersen Library Among the LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes are intellectual and practical skills, including inquiry and analysis, critical thinking, and information literacy. There’s some overlap when it comes to information literacy (IL), because it includes inquiry, … Continue reading

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Quotable Quotes

Tweet Overheard at the General Education Assessment Summit Even though the point of this blog is that we can converse and collaborate without waiting for funding for another workshop or summit to get faculty together face-to-face, I just have to … Continue reading

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