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The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #5. Data Collection for Continuous Improvement

3 March 2021

In the final part of a short series of podcast episodes, we conclude a discussion with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, about another foundational pillar upon which to successfully build your college or university Learning Center.   Her book, Everything You Ever...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #4. Establish Rapport with Your Students

4 February 2021

In part four of a short series of podcast episodes, we speak with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, regarding another foundational pillar on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Her recent publication, Everything You Ever Wanted...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #3. Resourcefulness

6 January 2021

In part three of a short series of podcast episodes, we continue our discussion with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, regarding another foundational pillar on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Inspired by her most recent...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #2. Support from Faculty and Administrators

2 December 2020

In part two of a short series of podcast episodes, we speak with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, about another foundational pillar on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Inspired by her most recent publication, Everything...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: 1. Professional Development

30 October 2020

In part one of a short series of podcast episodes, we sit down with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, to discuss some of the foundational pillars on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Inspired by her most...

How to Enrich a Student’s Virtual Learning Experience

21 April 2020

As everyone continues to move to online education across the nation in response to the COVID–19 pandemic, student success has continued to be the highest priority for all academic leaders. Thankfully, technology has vastly improved to support this transition and will continue to improve as we find new ways to...

Can Academic Centers still support students Virtually?

20 April 2020

At this point it seems that all schools have been shut down and resources that were once readily available to support students have been forced to go virtual without all the tools needed to do so. These are uncertain times for academic centers and most importantly, students. Now could possibly...

Online Training Should Be Engaging to Be Effective

14 April 2020

Distance learning is older than most people think – okay, our current technology (like the internet) is relatively new but the concept is over 170 years old. In Great Britain, instructors sent lessons and received assignments by mail as early as the 1800s. While the distance-learning concept remains, online teaching...

What to Do If You’re a College Student Amidst a Global Pandemic

30 March 2020

As college students, we are already allowed a normal dosage of anxiety throughout our daily lives. You probably have a complied list of tasks, just like me, which might include going to work, completing homework, studying for exams, working-out, trying to get 8 hours of sleep and the list can...

Classroom Attendance Software

19 August 2019

Looking for classroom attendance tracking system?  Know someone who is? We are pleased to announce the release of AccuClass, our new classroom attendance tracking system.  This cloud-based system offers several options for recording the attendance data including roll call, ID card swipe, wall-mounted time clocks, and Apple devices. Even better:...

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