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Job at State University of New York COIL Center

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The COIL Project Coordinator will contribute to the success of the COIL Center's ongoing projects, most notably by providing pedagogical, administrative and logistical assistance for all areas of the Stevens Initiative, which is supported by a cooperative sub-grant of the Aspen Institute, funded by...
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Call for Papers: Designs on eLearning 2016 - Anxiety and Security

Call for Papers: Designs on eLearning 2016 - Anxiety and Security

September 21 2016 to September 22 2016
Call for Papers
Call for Papers: Designs on eLearning 2016 - Anxiety and Security The New School, New York City, 21 – 22 September 2016. Colleagues are warmly invited to submit proposals for Designs on eLearning 2016: Anxiety and Security , an international conference in partnership with The New School, University...
The New School
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New York, NY NY 10011
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Brain Drain in Higher Education: the case of the Southern European Countries and Ireland

March 20 2016
Call for Papers
CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTER PROPOSALS Proposal Submission Deadline: March 20, 2016 Brain Drain in Higher Education: the case of the Southern European Countries and Ireland A book edited by Charalampos Giousmpasoglou, (University of West London) Evangelia Marinakou, (University of West London) Vasileios...
International Day of Badges

International Day of Badges

November 17 2015
Event
Big news! Tuesday, November 17th is International Day of Badges thanks to the Open Badges in Higher Education team. Join three synchronous events featuring badge projects in Europe, North America, and Australia. Featured speakers will give a short presentation and then be available for questions...
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The CEA Critic Special Issue: Teaching Shakespeare 400 Years Later (due February 1, 2016)

The CEA Critic Special Issue: Teaching Shakespeare 400 Years Later (due February 1, 2016)

February 1 2016
Call for Papers
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death and the beginning of his incredible legacy, this special teaching issue is devoted to all things Shakespeare—why we teach him, how we teach him, what primary sources we use, and some innovative pedagogy that helps our students connect with...

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