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Links for Learning

At King's College

Community-based learning

Information Literacy

Problem Based Learning 


Teaching and Learning Centers Online

Michigan Technological University, Center for Teaching Learning and Faculty Development: <http://www.admin.mtu.edu/ctlfd/othercenters.htm>.>  Links to other teaching and learning centers.

University of Kansas, Center for Teaching Excellence:  <http://www.ku.edu/~cte/resources/websites.html>. Links to teaching centers around the world.  

University of Michigan, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching: <http://www.crlt.umich.edu>. The first teaching center in the country;  links to teaching strategies and research.  

University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Center for Teaching Excellence:  <http://cte.uncwil.edu/et/tlctrs.htm>.  Links to teaching and learning centers in North Carolina and elsewhere.  

University of Washington, Center for Instructional Development and Research: <http://depts.washington.edu/cidrweb/index.html>.  CIDR Resources for Teaching include online or downloadable bulletins with useful tips and advice.  

Higher Education Organizations

Association of American Colleges and Universities.  <www.aacu.org>.  National group "devoted to advancing and strengthening liberal learning for all students."  See also its Greater Expectations resources at <www.greaterexpectations.org>. 

The Intentional Learner should show
the ability to integrate knowledge across fields, experiences, and levels of learning (integrative learning). the ability to understand and interrelate among global communities (global learning).
the ability to formulate and answer complex questions (inquiry-based learning).   engagement with a diverse civic society (civic learning). 

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