- Created 12 November 2009; Published 17 November 2009LTC: New Directions in Learning about Difference: Discussion, Debate, and Dialogue
Becky Zrimsek, CEDI Co-chair, and Joe Baggot, Associate Dean of Students
- Created 5 November 2009; Published 17 November 2009LTC: Defining and Implementing the Argument and Inquiry Seminars
Susannah Ottaway, Associate Professor of History; Louis Newman, John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religious Studies; and Peter Balaam, Assistant Professor of English
- Created 29 October 2009; Published 17 November 2009LTC: It's Just Lunch: Speed Data for the Busy Professional
Mary Savina, Charles L. Denison Professor of Geology and Faculty Assessment Coordinator; and Chico Zimmerman, Humphrey Doermann Professor of Liberal Learning, Professor of Classical Languages and Coordinator of the Perlman Center for Learning and Teaching
- Created 22 October 2009; Published 17 November 2009LTC: Teaching Faculty Members, Teaching Students: What's the Connection?
Gudrun Willett, Writing Program and SERC, Ellen Iverson, SERC
- Created 8 October 2009; Published 19 October 2009LTC: A Tale of Three Assessments
LTC: A Tale of Three Assessments: From classroom to curriculum to comps
Larry Archbold; Professor of Music and Enid & Henry Woodward College Organist; representatives of the English and Math departments; and Nathan Grawe (QuIRK and Associate Dean of the College); and others.
- Created 1 October 2009; Published 19 October 2009LTC: Dialogos - Faculty Research Exchange - Explorations
LTC: Dialogos: Faculty Research Exchange "The Life I was Supposed to Have: Explorations in Truth, Authority and the Presentation of the Self in Academia"
Beth Kissileff, former Visiting Professor of Religion (2009), and Bill North, Associate Professor of History and Director of European Studies and Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Cosponsored by the Humanities Center.
- Created 24 September 2009; Published 19 October 2009LTC: What Does This Say Again? Working with Assistive Technologies
Carly Born, Academic Technologist, along with a faculty and student panel.