Educational Development Digest: July 2020

Applying an equity and anti-racist lens to our pedagogy and practice By Catherine Ford Applying an equity and anti-racist lens to our pedagogy and practice is NOT a matter of convenience or when comfortable; it is a moral imperative that requires continual reflection and action. This is a call to act through engaging and leaning... Continue Reading →

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Guidance

Admissions representatives and advisors working with low income, unemployed, dislocated, or underemployed students may wish to ensure students have verified whether they are eligible for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) education grants as part of their intake process – and will want to be aware of college credit and noncredit programs that are eligible... Continue Reading →

2020-2021 OER Activities Announced

Please see below the upcoming open educational resources (OER) opportunities available from Minnesota State for faculty and staff for the 2020-2021 academic year. Join the OER Community Site to receive a weekly email of upcoming Network for Educational Development events. The OER Community Site is also where to find OER resources, news, and information on... Continue Reading →

Multiroom Online Gathering Guide is Now Available

As many gatherings have transitioned to an online format, Minnesota State is providing this multiroom online gathering guide that is especially helpful in situations where orchestrating concurrent meetings of two or more. Some types of gatherings this guide may be applied to include: Online ConferencesOnline WorkshopsGraduation CeremoniesEmployee Development DaysCareer FairsOnline OrientationsAnd more! While this document cannot anticipate the need of every gathering, it should provide a strong foundation and lead... Continue Reading →

Press Release: Minnesota State Launches “Elevate Minnesota Scholars”

Minnesota State Launches “Elevate Minnesota Scholars” Program encourages college students to attend school within Minnesota ST. PAUL, Minn., June 10, 2020 – The colleges and universities of Minnesota State have a message for students who have chosen to attend, or are currently attending, a college outside of Minnesota: With 30 colleges and seven universities in 54 communities,... Continue Reading →

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