Learn about how faculty from OER Learning Circle cohorts have been helping save students money by adapting their courses to OER at the OER Project Showcase. The showcase will be held virtually across four days in April with a handful of OER Learning Circle participants in each, presenting their work and answering questions.
The Network for Educational Development (NED) is pleased to offer the Essentials of Being a Scholarly Teacher series of short courses, long courses, and learning communities on the NED event calendar.
March 24, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. During this webinar, the C-PLAN team and campus colleagues will share research and resources regarding how campuses can enhance CPL (credit for prior learning) access to underserved prospective and current students.
Friday March 5 at 10:00 a.m. - All Learning Counts will be holding a webinar discussion on the lessons learned on adult student placement during the pandemic. Please join us to discuss the impact on adult student placement due to the pandemic and the challenges and successes that Minnesota State Colleges and Universities have experienced.
This year, the Innovation Expo will feature presentations held throughout the month leading up to the 2021 Virtual Shark Tank Open (March 2 – April 7, 2021).
Minnesota State is participating in Open Education Week (March 1 - 5, 2021) by offering Minnesota State faculty and staff a series of sessions and a panel that are free to join.
Join educators from around Minnesota in this virtual event focusing on culturally responsive online teaching and learning.
All Learning Counts and the Credit for Prior Learning Assessment Network (CPLAN are hosting a series of peer-to-peer convenings focused on career pathways and designed to facilitate conversations on attracting and serving adult learners, specifically under-represented adult learners.
Join us on February 11 for a Special Brown Bag Lunch Presentation DATE: February 11, 2021TIME: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. This CTE Month event is a live encore presentation of a popular CTE Works! Summit session. Two-year college/career pathways are not just for “those types of students!” Students on “both ends of the building”... Continue Reading →
Not all feedback is equally valuable By Catherine Ford, Program Director for Educational Development Educators need to know that some feedback has the potential to make students feel overwhelmed and anxious by its quantity and ambiguity. Some students may altogether dismiss these provided comments as simply not helpful. Additionally, this unwise feedback can be unintentionally... Continue Reading →
As Minnesota State continues to move towards becoming a more equitable environment, we are committed to incorporating anti-racist ethos on our campuses. All Minnesota State employees are welcome to join the webinar "Developing an Institutional Anti-Racist Framework" on January 21, 2021 from 9:00 - 10:30 am, an opportunity from the Minnesota State Office of Equity... Continue Reading →
New Year's Resolutions By Catherine Ford My feelings about New Year resolutions have run the spectrum. Some years I boldly declare my resolutions; other years I quietly write them down and place them near my computer where I am sure to see them. Still other years, I pass on them all together. And so, here... Continue Reading →