Archive | September, 2010

Women Veterans Returning to Campus: Exploring the Military and Gender Transition Issues

There are currently nearly 1.8 million living women military veterans in this country and over 103,000 have been deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Women in the military and most especially those deployed to an operation where they may be exposed to combat, creates unique issues and concerns on college campuses. The […]

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CTE Teaching and Learning Podcast – Teaching and Learning with Social Media at VCU

In this podcast episode we feature a conversation with Marcus Messner and Jeff South both faculty members at VCU’s School of Mass Communications. In the course of the conversation we explore how the use of social media has begun to impact their teaching, learning and professional practice. We begin with a brief description of their […]

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Article of the Month – From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-Able: Learning in New Media Environments

September’s article of the month features a piece by Michael Wesch, that explores the impact of new media tools and practices on teaching and learning. In From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-Able: Learning in New Media Environments, Wesch challenges us to consider how this new environment of information abundance is creating new ways of relating, interacting, sharing, […]

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