That’s the title of the latest CATL professional-development program, scheduled for next Wednesday (April 15), from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in Alumni Room B of the University Union. Presenters are Angie Bauer-Dantoin, Catherine Henze, Denise Scheberle, Susan Gallagher-Lepak, Leif Nelson, Christina Ortiz, Pat Bromley and Penny Ralston-Berg. Drop in on this informal session for in-depth conversations about online courses and texts including biology, humanities, literature, nursing, languages, psychology, public policy and podcasting. This session is a “modified electronic poster session,” so that you will be able to see the courses in their electronic environment as you discuss them with the leaders. Questions? Click www.uwgb.edu/catl/.
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