Reflections on Student Success

Submitted by Julie Jordan, Math I started working at Harper 20 years ago in the mathematics department after having taught high school for nine years. I used to just come to the college at night, teach my classes, and have no real interactions with people at Harper...

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Open Education Week 2019

Submitted by Dave Braunschweig, Computer Information Systems The goal of Open Education Week is to raise awareness and showcase the impact of open education on teaching and learning worldwide. Open Education Week has become the foremost global event recognizing high...

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Tasteful Interdisciplinary Learning

Students from Susan Grant's World Cultures and Food (NTR 205) course and Kim Jaeger's Intermediate German II (GER 202) course recently collaborated in the campus Food Lab. The students got together to cook specialties from German-speaking regions and learn more about...

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Congratulations, OSCQR Peer Reviewers!

Please congratulate the following faculty members who have completed the training to become Harper online/blended course design reviewers and who have also agreed to participate as Peer Reviewers in the future: Jolanta Jaskolowski, Philosophy Caryn Levington, Student...

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Harper College Faculty Retreat: A Brief History

Submitted by Jim Edstrom, History Harper College faculty retreats have long been an integral part of faculty development. They became regular events during the 1990s partly as an outgrowth of “preferred future” initiatives introduced under the leadership of President...

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