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Jerry G. Gaff’s new personal essay chronicles his work with AAC&U over the last forty-six years and details national trends in general education, assessment, and equity, as well as the role of faculty as drivers of institutional change.
Join educators from across the country and around the world who are working to make global learning more accessible and inclusive, more deeply rooted in ethical relationships, and more intentionally situated within both local and international settings. The conference will be held virtually on October 7–9, 2021.
The Institute on ePortfolios provides a sustained opportunity for teams from campuses and/or state systems to develop and implement ambitious strategies for broadening student engagement with ePortfolios. The institute will provide a full year of direct support and engagement via in-person and virtual interactions. Applications due September 17.
As we reflect on instructional practices adopted during COVID-19, decisions about which to keep, revise, or jettison must be guided by student learning and success goals. Held virtually on January 24 in conjunction with AAC&U’s 2022 Annual Meeting, the Annual Forum on Open Learning and ePortfolios will offer interactive sessions for participants to share emerging best practices and research. Proposals are due July 26.
AAC&U is accepting proposals for the 2022 Annual Meeting, which will be held January 19–21 in Washington, DC. Titled “Educating for Democracy,” the meeting will bring together a diverse community of educators to examine new models, practices, and solutions aimed at reinvigorating liberal education in service to democracy. The meeting will also feature a virtual component for those unable to attend in person. Proposals are due July 26.