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CfP: Liberal Arts & Sciences Education in the Global Context

Dear Colleagues (apologies if this is a double posting), 

I am pleased to announce that Educational Studies / Voprosy obrazovania welcomes submissions for a special issue on the theme of “Liberal Arts and Sciences Education in the Era of Globalization.” This issue is to be guest-edited by Jonathan Becker, Vice President and Dean for International Affairs & Civic Engagement, Associate Professor of Political Studies, and Director of Globalization and International Studies at Bard College.

Transforming Assessment update: recording (simulations) + next session 1 April (virtual languages) + CFP

Transforming Assessment (e-Assessment) Update
[via H-net EDTECH forums - this is not direct mail - apologies for any cross posting]

In this edition:

1. Recording released: 4 March 'Enhancing student learning outcomes with simulation-based pedagogies'.
2. Next webinar: 1 April 'Virtually Enhanced Languages'
3. Call for papers - special journal issue on e-Assessment 
4. Note: new webinar registration process

All resources and sessions at no cost - Please feel free to pass this on to interested colleagues.

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Re: Happy Birthday Edtech

Hi Friends!
I believe this is my first posting to EDTECH, but I couldn't resist a "Happy Birthday" shout out!

I am a PK-12 Technology Facilitator in a small Quaker day school in North Carolina. As you can imagine, I wear many different hats, but my passion is helping teachers and students use technology more effectively in teaching and learning.

Thanks for EDTECH!
Lisa

Re: Happy Birthday Edtech

Interesting. Canada and Australia numbers have risen. The USA has dropped.

I"ve also noticed that since moving to the Commons our members may come more from higher ed than K-12.

If you are seeing this -- please take a moment and reintroduce yourself to the list. Do you represent higher education? Or K-12?

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