Category Archives: Resources

An area for discussing reading projects, assessments, speakers and associated exercises and campus resources that all core course instructors share or would like to explore, such as a common read.

Support Your Core

Tweet Academic Support Center services for the Core courses Are there students in your Core courses who seem to be struggling? Do you think they might benefit from additional assistance either inside or outside the classroom? The Academic Support Center … Continue reading

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Core Course Reviews

Tweet I received the comment below on my blog entry about information literacy, under which I’d identified myself as a member of the General Education Review Committee: “General Education Review Committee? So what has this committee been reviewing lately? The … Continue reading

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The First Day of Class

Tweet Hello, fellow Core instructors! The Core Course workshop before classes started gave us some excellent and inspirational ideas for the first day of class, and I’m wondering: What did you do on your first day of class? Or the … 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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