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Podcasting as Asynchronous Learning

April 17, 2020

Rachel Torres, PhD candidate at University of Iowa’s Department of Political Science and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Dissertation Fellow. She was also a 2017-2018 APSA Minority Fellowship Program recipient.

As educators are forced to transition their courses online, they …

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Converting a Class Online in a time of Crisis

March 30, 2020

Rebecca Kreitzer PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Public Policy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Well-designed online classes can be an effective platform for teaching. Faculty making the sudden transition from face-to-face courses to …

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Moving Online in a Hurry

March 30, 2020

Cammy Shay, PhD, Chair of the Government Department at Houston Community College

The Scene

A pandemic sweeps the country, and you find yourself transitioning to an online learning management system when for half a semester, your classes met on campus. …

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