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CIRT has TWO awards:
Distinguished Faculty Scholar
The Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award is an annual award presented to GCU faculty members who exhibit extraordin…

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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Denise’s presentation: "Lights, camera, action: Video Guided Debriefing, helping to close the gap of Clinical Judgement”, was well received. Nurse Educator Institute (NEI).

The conference is designed to prepare pre-licensure student nurses for the changes coming up in the NCLEX testing. https://nursetim.com/pdfs/NurseTim-next-gen-conference-2022.pdf

CIRT would like to congratulation Danielle Henderson and Dulce Ruelas for their recent Presentation at OLC titled: "Using Slack to Mentor Public Health Research Assistant…

Session description: A technology application, Slack, created an interactive real-time virtual workspace for research assistants across the nation to receive the same information compiled all in one location with experienced faculty. Interactions increased two-fold while allowing one on one faculty mentorship.  Lessons learned included…

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Dr. Marnie Davis from the Colangelo College of Business recently presented in the online presentation format. Her session was entitled: "Administrative Strategies to Fost…

Her presentation proved beneficial for conference attendees as it provided real-life strategies for developing civic engagement in both campus-based and online students. Congratulations, Dr. Davis!

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