Monthly Archives: April 2017

Student Evaluations Ratings of Teaching: What Every Instructor Should Know

By Jacqueline Dewar, Loyola Marymount University What happens to the data from your teaching evaluations? Who sees the data? Are your numbers compared with other data? What interpretations or conclusions result?  How well informed is everyone, including you, about the … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Research: Viewpoints from the Faculty Side

By Luis David García Puente, Contributing Editor, Sam Houston State University Over the years I have been asked the questions: Why do you direct undergraduate research? How do you pick a research problem for your students? How do you manage … Continue reading

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