Cold, Our Warm Friend

Submitted by Daniel Moore, Massage Therapy Unless you’re an athlete, many people don’t take advantage of the cold when pursuing greater health. Regarding exercise or sports, we typically think of ice as being used at the end of the training session as a means of...

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Measuring Students’ Information Literacy Skills

Do Harper College students have Information Literacy skills? Information Literacy is one of Harper’s five General Education Learning Outcomes. The definition reads: “Apply a variety of credible sources to support a given topic.” Harper will conduct its next...

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“Bring on the Bard” by Kevin Long

Kevin Long, associate professor of theatre and speech at Harper College, and his co-author Mary Christel have written a book, Bring on the Bard, which offers active drama approaches that position students to engage with Shakespeare’s text through low-risk speaking and...

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How to Keep from Going MIA in Your Online Course

Engagement is critical when teaching an online course. A recent article from Faculty Focus provides suggestions on how to stay engaged with students in an online course. Link to Article: "How to Keep from Going MIA in Your Online Course" Harper OSCQR Rubric: Guide for...

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