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Headphones around lettering: TAL Talks with CTALAvg. Episode Length: 10-15 minutes, released monthly
Host: Dr. Rose Muravchick, The Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning
Content: Features special guests that discuss highlights from monthly Friday Roundtable

New Books Network Education logoAvg. Episode Length: 30-60 minutes
Host: New Books Network
Content: Features hosts and authors discussing recently released books in education.


Teaching in Higher Ed podcast logoAvg. Episode Length: usually 30-40 minutes
Host: Teaching in Higher Ed
Content: Features a wide range of topics including digital pedagogy, students, work\life, and teaching. Each episode page features quotes from the episode and links to mentioned resources.

Commons News

Faculty Commons Newsletter | July Edition

Below is a text-only version of the July 2020 Faculty Commons Newsletter. 5 WEEKS UNTIL START OF CLASSES What to do this week (July 27 - 31) Create or update rubrics. If you have yet to create rubrics for your course or if your rubrics could use an update, visit UD's...

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Sanity Check!

We've  all said it before and we'll say it again - this has been a difficult...month? Year? Who even knows? Get some inspiration from your colleagues who are doing their best to keep moving forward.In short, the past few days have been challenging. Anyways: in terms...

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Zoom 5.0 Update required

Zoom Video Communication, Inc. is requiring a new update be installed prior to Saturday, May 30, in order for users to continue hosting or participating in Zoom meetings. Zoom 5.0 is available now and our UD community is strongly encouraged to install the update as...

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Helping students succeed in online assessment

Now that we are all “online,” the assessments and grading structures for our courses probably look different than they did before. These changes were made to ensure that our students can continue their learning, and their engagement in the course, while taking into...

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Handling Zoom bombing incidents in classes

[This message was originally sent to all faculty on Friday, April 3rd] As universities across the world are moving online, the prevalence of “Zoom bombing”—when individuals disrupt a Zoom meeting—has increased. Unfortunately, the University of Delaware community has...

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