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The Remedial Herstory Project

The Remedial Herstory Project is a New Hampshire based nonprofit founded and led by Plymouth State professor Kelsie Eckert and other women educators and advocates. The RHP is dedicated to developing and providing inquiry-based learning materials on women’s history free to educators. In support of its mission, the RHP produces media, and provides resources and […]

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Across the Curriculum Series: Information Literacy

The “Across the Curriculum” series is inspired by the Integrated Cluster Model. The faculty and staff of the Lamson Academic Unit have collaborated to create this series, which aims to help us integrate curriculum, infuse Cluster Learning throughout our courses, and align our approaches so that students benefit from a cohesive academic experience. Information literacy […]

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Writing As a Tool For Learning Across Disciplines

The “Across the Curriculum” series is inspired by the Integrated Cluster Model. The faculty and staff of the Lamson Academic Unit have collaborated to create this series, which aims to help us integrate curriculum, infuse Cluster Learning throughout our courses, and align our approaches so that students benefit from a cohesive academic experience. In this […]

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Authentic Assessment & Student Success

Authentic assessments ask students to apply their learning to new situations. It is often contrasted with conventional test assessments and can be described as “messy and complex.” This session will address strategies around creating rubrics, providing feedback, and reaching learning outcomes in order to gauge student success. Spoiler: clarity and consistency are key! Slide Deck […]

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Designing Assessments for Online Courses

This resource was designed specifically for Plymouth State faculty who are concerned about academic integrity in online assessment. While the CoLab generally suggests rethinking assessment to eliminate the need for browser lock-downs and proctoring tools that police student behavior, we understand that some faculty have legitimate concerns about cheating. Here are some sites we have […]