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HEP Alum Michael Perini Publishes Chapter in the Book Advances in Librarianship

HEP Alum Michael Perini Publishes Chapter in the Book Advances in Librarianship

HEP alum Michael Perini had a chapter published in the book Advances in Librarianship. The chapter titled "The Scholars’ Commons: Redefining Services and Spaces for Graduate Student Success" serves "as a review of recently developed models of graduate commons—in this discussion referred to as Scholars’ Commons—as defined by an integration of physical learning spaces, personnel, and a dynamic availability of research support services that support assist graduate students throughout their academic life cycle."

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HEP Alum Michael Perini Publishes Chapter in the Book Advances in Librarianship

HEP Alum Michael Perini Publishes Chapter in the Book Advances in Librarianship

HEP alum Michael Perini had a chapter published in the book Advances in Librarianship. The chapter titled "The Scholars’ Commons: Redefining Services and Spaces for Graduate Student Success" serves "as a review of recently developed models of graduate commons—in this discussion referred to as Scholars’ Commons—as defined by an integration of physical learning spaces, personnel, and a dynamic availability of research support services that support assist graduate students throughout their academic life cycle."

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How We Learned to Drop the Quiz: Writing in Online Asynchronous Courses

How We Learned to Drop the Quiz: Writing in Online Asynchronous Courses

Kelly Schrum, associate professor in the Higher Education Program and director of educational projects at the Center for History and New Media, had an article she co-wrote with two PhD history students published as a chapter in Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning. The article “How We Learned to Drop the Quiz: Writing in Online Asynchronous Courses” focused on "eliminating multiple-choice quizzes from online courses, an experience that enabled both instructors and participants to focus on providing meaningful feedback."

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