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Volume 14

Issue Ten: CLT Workshops: in the eyes of Dr. Mahmoud Shaltout

Issue Nine Supplement: Spring 2016, Faculty Development Institutes and Workshops

Issue Nine: Learning Together

Issue Eight: Learning to Analyze and Critically Evaluate Ideas, Arguments, and Points of View

Issue Seven: Exploring the Digital Humanities at AUC #DHAUC

Issue Six: Reflective Pedagogies and the Metacognitive Approach to Reading Comprehension

Issue Five Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops - Fall 2015

Issue Five: Provost's Teaching Enhancement Initiative

Issue Four: Trends, Challenges and Technologies for Higher Education: Where Does AUC and Our New Strategic Plan Stand?

Issue Three: The Learning Game

Issue Two: Reflections on the EURECA Conference and Creatopia Day

Issue One Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Spring 2015

Issue One: Game On! Enhancing Engagement with Student-Generated Games

 

Volume 13

Issue Ten: Blended Learning at AUC: An Overview

Issue Nine: Cross-cultural Pedagogical Exchange: Dialogue between AUC and Partner Universities from the Arab World, the Global South and the West

Issue Eight: the Case for Historical Reenactments

Issue Seven Supplement: CLT Faculty Development Institute and Workshops: Fall 2014

Issue Seven: Want Your Students to Think Creatively and Critically?

Issue SIx: Time to Open the Discussion on Open Access

Issue Five: LeGoûtDe La Lecture(The Love of Reading)

Issue Four: Engaging Students in Creative and Collaborative Multimedia Content Production - An Alternative Form of Assessment

Issue Three Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Spring 2014

Issue Three: Conflict as a Source of Learning

Issue Two: Where's the Box? Out of the Box Thinking in the Core Curriculum

Issue One: Twitter in the Classroom

 

Volume 12

Issue Ten: EducatingCitizens: An AUC Priority? ( Part II)

Issue Nine: Educating Citizens: An AUC Priority?

Issue Seven: Bridging the Great Divide: Teaching to Interest (Part I)

Issue Eight: Bridging the Great Divide: Teaching to Interest (Part II)

Issue Six: Critical Citizenship in Practice

Issue Five: Blended Learning: An Alternate Format for Course Delivery (Part 2)

Issue Four: Blended Learning: An Alternate Format for Course Delivery (Part 1)

Issue Three Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Spring 2013

Issue Three: Blogging: A Powerful Tool for Student Self-Expression, Reflection and Knowledge Construction

Issue Two: The "Wicked Problems" of Pedagogy and Teaching With Technology

Issue One Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Fall 2012

Issue One: Visual Thinking in the Classroom (4) - Digital Narratives: Preparing Students to be Digital Authors (Part 2)

 

Volume 11

Issue Ten: Visual Thinking in the Classroom (4) - Digital narratives: Preparing students to be digital authors - PART 1

Issue Nine: Why They Do Not Read? A Personal Statement

Issue Eight Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Spring 2012

Issue Eight: Visual Thinking in the Classroom (3) - Teaching with Timelines: Using Space to Understand Chronology

Issue Seven: Which New Year Resolution: Enhance Learning by getting my student to read more OR Explore how Educational Technologies can enhance learning

Issue Six: Visual Thinking in the Classroom (2) - 'Read for a Minute, Discuss for an Hour'

Issue Five: Visual Thinking in the Classroom (1) - Images as Metaphors

Issue Four: GradeMark: Socio-Technical Change in Mediated Writing Assessment Tools - A Call for Critical Review

Issue Three Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops and Fora: Fall 2011

Issue Three: Richard Byford Responds to: “To Read, or Not to Read...But That’s Not the Question!”

Issue Two: To Read, or Not to Read … But That’s Not the Question!

Issue One: Educating Citizens: Preparing AUC Students for the New Egypt

 

Volume 10

Issue Ten: How to Evaluate Teaching

Issue Nine: Pedagogy and the Revolution

Issue Eight Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Spring 2011

Issue Eight: Improvement and Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness: Some Issues under Discussion

Issue Seven: Assessment of Teaching Quality: A Personal Contribution to the Current Debate

Issue Six: Lecture Capture at AUC: Enhanced Active Learning

Issue Five: Reflections on Faculty Development"

Issue Four: CLT Faculty Institute, Workshops, and Fora: Fall 2010

Issue Three: Teaching Versus Research Moving the Debate Forward (Part Two)

Issue Two: Teaching Versus Research: Moving the Debate Forward (Part One)

Issue One: Science and the New Landscape of the 21st Century: Role of universities in transforming societies and shaping cultures

 

Volume 9

Issue Ten: The Value of a Teaching and Learning Center

Issue Nine: E-portfolios: a new initiative at AUC

Issue Eight Supplement: CLT Faculty Institutes - Spring 2010

Issue Eight: E-Content: Student Content Creators: Convergence of Literacies

Issue Seven: Using Classroom-Based Technologies to Engage Students and Promote Learning

Issue Six: IDear Colleague: Are You Aware of Self Plagiarism in Academic Publications?

Issue Five: Intelligent Redesign: A Collaborative Approach to "Scientific Thinking"

Issue Four: Face to Face Communication and Computer-Mediated Learning: Building Communities with Social Presence

Issue Three: Critical Friendship Circles

Issue Two: The 2+ 2 schedules: revisiting active learning in the classroom

Issue One Supplement: CLT Faculty workshops: Fall 2009 - Active Learning Series

Issue One: Inquiry-Based Learning: A Powerful Approach to Facilitating Learning in Any Discipline

 

Volume 8

Issue Ten: Understanding © & Educational Fair Use at AUC

Issue Nine: Better Research Assignments

Issue Eight: If learning is a social process, where does Web 2.0 fit in?

Issue Eight Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Spring 2009

Issue Seven: Grading or Assessing Learning? Seasonal thoughts for reflection!

Issue Six: Reflections on assessment, rubrics, and e-portfolios

Issue Five: The View From Behind the Reference Desk

Issue Four Supplement: CLT Faculty Workshops: Fall 2008

Issue Four: Experiential Teaching

Issue Three: Reflective Practices in Learning and Learning Transfer

Issue Two: The Pedagogy of Community-Based Learning: Do Students Learn?

Issue One: Learning Outcomes: Why do we need them?

 

Volume 7

Issue Ten: Reflective Practices in Mathematics Courses (Part 2)

Issue Nine: Reflective Practices in Mathematics Courses (Part 1)

Issue Eight Supplement: Faculty Workshops: Spring 2008

Issue Eight: Concept/Mind Mapping: Initial Experience and Lessons Learned (Part 2)

Issue Seven: Concept/Mind Mapping: Initial Experience and Lessons Learned (Part 1)

Issue Six: Getting students excited about your course: A tip from the best university teachers

Issue Five: Learning Commons: Where learning can be SEEN & the sounds of learning can be HEARD

Issue Four Supplement: Faculty Workshops Fall 2007

Issue Four: Learning Commons: Enhancing student learning & scholarship

Issue Three: “Better Thinkers, Better Futures” (3) The Perry model (cont’d)

Issue Two: “Better Thinkers, Better Futures” (2) - The Perry Model: Dualism

Issue One: “Better Thinkers, Better Futures” (1) - What Research Tells Us

 

Volume 6

Issue Ten: Experiences with Role-Playing in Class at AUC

Issue Nine Supplement: Faculty Workshops: Spring 2007

Issue Nine: Role-Playing in Class: animates discussion and enhances active learning

Issue Eight: New Initiative: “Clickers” In Our Classrooms

Issue Seven: Visual Learning Objects: enable faculty to focus on active learning

Issue Six: Learning Objects: The return of the “visual” to active learning?

Issue Five: Towards a culture of evidence: Part 3. Using assessment to improve learning

Issue Four Supplement: Faculty Workshops: Fall 2006

Issue Four: Towards a culture of evidence: Part 2. Formative assessment and the gathering of information

Issue Three: Towards a culture of evidence: Part 1. Developing and writing learning outcomes

Issue Two: Learning Relationships: From Theory to Designing Learning Objects

Issue One: Multiple Intelligences Re-Visited

 

Volume 5

Issue Ten: Multiple Intelligences: What It Is and Why It's Vital Today

Issue Nine: The Write Place for Communication

Issue Eight: Engaging Hur: Reflections of a service-learning adventurer

Issue Seven supplement: Faculty Workshops: Spring 2006

Issue Seven: AUC Academic Integrity Campaign is paying off

Issue Six: Learning Technologies: passport to the land of significant learning:

Issue Five: Beyond the “sanctity of the content”: e-portfolios

Issue Four: CLT’s new initiative: mid-semester feedback for instructors

Issue Three: “Making the Case for Visual Rhetoric”

Issue Two: “The Critical Thinking Rubric”

Issue One: Critical Reading: a guide for your students

 

Volume 4

Issue Ten: Sustainable Excellence in Communicating Across the Curriculum

Issue Nine: The Course Website: WebCT or Platform Free?

Issue Eight: The Course Homepage: Items to Consider

Issue Seven: A Model for Computer Supported Learning in Undergraduate Education

Issue Six: SMART Classrooms, Classroom Action Research, and Electronic Portfolios

Issue Five: Toward a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Classroom Action Research at AUC

Issue Four: Learning Spaces Moving Beyond the Confines of the “Classroom Walls”

Issue Three: "New Learning Spaces": an eye towards our new campus

Issue Two: Active Learning (4) Is Cooperative/Collaborative Learning a Self-Less Pursuit?

Issue One: Active Learning (3) Three Easy Pieces

 

Volume 3

Issue Ten: Active Learning (2) Cooperative/Collaborative Learning

Issue Nine: Active Learning (1) The Peer Instruction Method

Issue Eight: Reviewing the Effectiveness of Your Courses: Data in WebCT

Issue Seven: Writing to Learn?

Issue Six: Smart Classes in Smart Classrooms (2) Effective Use of Classrooms with Student Computers

Issue Five: Smart Classes in Smart Classrooms (1) Effective Use of Data Displays

Issue Four: Spring 2004 Faculty Workshop Series

Issue Three: “Help! I Have No Focus”: Student-Centered Discussions on WebCT (Part II)

Issue Two: “Help! I Have No Focus”: Student-Centered Discussions on WebCT (Part I)

Issue One: More of the “Guide on the Side” and Less of the “Sage on the Stage”?

 

Volume 2

Issue Ten: WebCT: Our Students Want More of It

Issue Nine: Learning Styles, Strategies and Practice: “You’re OK, I’m OK, we’re just different!”

Issue Eight: Learning and Teaching and Then, Learning All Over Again (Part II)

Issue Seven: Learning and Teaching and Then, Learning All Over Again (Part I)

Issue Six: Learning and Teaching Styles

Issue Five: “At AUC, Academic Integrity MATTERS”

Issue Four: Cooperative Learning (3)

Issue Three: Cooperative Learning (2)

Issue Two: Cooperative Learning (1)

Issue One: How to Encourage Pre-class Reading: The Web-based Discussion

 

Volume 1

Issue Ten: Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education

Issue Nine: The Student Technology Assistants (STA) Program

Issue Eight: Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia

Issue Seven: More Thoughts on Plagiarism from a Colleague

Issue Six: The New Plagiarism

Issue Five: Critical Thinking (2)

Issue Four: Critical Thinking (1)

Issue Three: Pedagogy First, Technology Second -The Do’s and Don’ts of Teaching with Technology

Issue One: A new Center and a welcome from the Director

Issue Two: Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) -The Minute Paper