Techniques in Learning and Teaching is the blog space of the Center for Educational Innovation at the University of Minnesota. We post longer-form essays each Monday, sometime in the late afternoon in the US Central Time Zone. We add occasional short Words on Wednesdays – or WOW posts – to highlight another blog, a recent teaching / learning article, a great learning / teaching moment we’ve observed, or an idea someone’s openly testing out.
Our bloggers include faculty, instructors, teaching assistants and adjunct/community instructors working within the University of Minnesota 5-campus system, and also university teachers teaching beyond these campuses, this state, this country. Our aim is to write about learning and teaching in higher education, to think with – and because of – colleagues from right here and from across the world of higher education. Our writers aim to offer insightful, research-based, locally tested, globally minded and timely learning/teaching essays.
To join in as a TILT blogger, send an email query – including the idea you’d like to pursue – to our email: email@example.com.
In addition to the usual blog-following options (via Follow button at the top right of this page), you may opt to subscribe to the TILT Tuesday Teaching Tips Listserv for delivery of each week’s TILT post featuring one select, essential idea with an overview of the week’s postings. To subscribe:
- Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Leave the subject line blank.
- On the first line of the message body, left-most position, enter the following: SUBSCRIBE teaching-tips Your Name [For example: SUBSCRIBE teaching-tips Brenda Belle Starr].
Finally, to learn more about the Center’s on-going programs and workshops, please visit our home web page at http://www.teaching.umn.edu.
Thanks for giving us a read – we look forward to your comments as we continue to grow ideas via our posts,
Ilene D. Alexander, TILT editor
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