Using Simple Technologies to Inspire Student

by Tom Smith, Associate Professor and Chair, Theatre & Dance When I first began teaching my Auditions class a decade ago, standard professional theatre auditions were held in-person in the

Teaching with Sakai at PLU

By Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer The Office of the Provost’s Faculty Resources website has a new webpage dedicated to Teaching and Learning with Sakai . Here faculty can learn more

Support for Using the New Sakai Site Templates

By Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer During summer 2018, three templates options — Standard, Minimal, and Legacy templates — were added to the Sakai Request Course form. Sakai templates contain general

Summer Sessions: On-Budget, On-Time, Online

By Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer Despite a long and lingering winter, it is almost time for PLU students to begin planning for summer. Instructors and advisers have an opportunity to

Communicating Course Expectations

by Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer The first weeks of a course are a critical time for establishing expectations. Teachers in K-12 education have long understood the value of classroom management;

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Mortvedt Library database subscriptions make an extraordinary number of journals available to the University community. You may want to stay current with topics from your discipline or higher education. One

Academic Integrity and Honor Pledges

by Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer As the end of the semester approaches, many students will inevitably begin to feel the pressure of impending papers, projects, and exams. While the prevalence