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Welcome to the blog of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Georgia State University. We hope that on these pages you can start your exploration in teaching in a digital age. We also hope that your next step in that process is to call or come by our space so that we can be a part of your exploration.

Design Reflection: FI 4040: International Finance

A Design Journey Begins In May 2017, Dr. Shrikhande reached out to CETL to inquire about transforming his face to face FI 4040 course to an online experience. As indicated by the instructor, more and more courses in his department provide the online option for...

iTeach With iPad: Higher Ed Edition

Let’s start with a hypothetical situation: Your institution has decided to adopt iPad for all students and faculty.  You need to attend professional development on how to use iPad for teaching and learning.  You’re not convinced this is more than a fad; in fact, iPad...

Design Reflection: Fostering a (More) Socially-Just, Rigorous, and Caring Community in a 130 Student, Fully-Online SOCI 1101 Course

Accolades and Congratulations Dear, dear CETL blog readers: I think that you should all join me in a big round of applause for Dr. Jung Ha Kim. Not only did she just finish teaching her first ever online course, but she also graciously, carefully, and caringly guided...

So You Want To Start a New Program!

So you’ve decided to start a new program here at GSU. Congratulations - that’s super exciting! Except: You soon realize that starting a program is a multi-pronged process starring a smorgasbord of people, policies, contexts, concerns, and excitements. This is where we...

Affordable Learning Georgia Grant: Round Eleven

Have you ever felt like chucking your always out-of-date, expensive, and totally non-remixable (under penalty of law) textbook from the eternally-spalling Courtland Street Bridge? Now's your chance! The USG's Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) initiative is currently...

Open Educational Resource and Statistics Anxiety

Yu-Ju's (Sharon's) paper is just published in the Journal of Formative Design in Learning (Wohoo). This is part of her dissertation study that she adopts open educational resources in the introductory statistics/quantitative research methodology courses to deal with...

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