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Greg and Shaunna recently presented at the 2022 Distance Teaching and Learning Conference. Their Session "Everything Changes…Or Does it? The Value of Instructor Interacti…


As the number of faculty teaching online continues to grow, so too has the interest in and understanding of the role of instructor interaction in the online classroom. Online learning is here to stay; in fact, it is more relevant than ever. It is therefore important to consider the implications to instructor interactivity and the evolution of…

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Dr. Jean Mandernach and Kelly Palese presented "No Attention = No Benefit: Increasing Students’ Use of Assignment Feedback" at the 2022 Distance Teaching and Learnin…

Their session entitled "No Attention = No Benefit: Increasing Students’ Use of Assignment Feedback"  examined data on students’ use of assignment feedback in the online classroom with an emphasis on manageable, effective strategies for increasing students’ attention to instructor’s gradebook comments.  examined data on students’ use of assignment…

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CIRT would like to congratulate Dr. Gary Almy for his recent publication entitled "A Case for Ethical and Administrative Considerations on Grade Inflation: A Review"

Dr. Almy's publication appeared in International Journal of Responsible Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making (IJRLEDM). https://www.igi-global.com/article/a-case-for-ethical-and-administrative-considerations-on-grade-inflation/308453 DOI: 10.4018/IJRLEDM.2021070101






Full Time Faculty Lisa Duryee from the Colangelo College of Business knows the importance of mentoring and being mentored. Check out her recent blog: https://www.gcu.edu/blog…

In 2020 Lisa co-presented at Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Summit on Research Mentorship. The presentation was focused on how she first learned about doing research, as somewhat of an apprehensive and unsure follower, and she shares her journey as she grew confidence, and gained the tools and resources through the support of CIRT.…

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Lyn Mueller, and Megan Neel were among seven who recently represented Grand Canyon University at Online Learning Consortium in Dallas, Texas at the onsite synchronous sessions…

Remilyn Mueller

  • Session Title: Technological Readiness: How Teaching the Right Mindset Projects Students' Academic Success 
  • Session Purpose:  In this session, a survey on students’ technological readiness reveals a baseline data on their attitudes towards technology. Emphasizing the right mindset to impact students’ overall academic success,…
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