May 25, 2017: Inclusion and Exclusion in Student Spaces - TLISI 2017
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What is actually happening with exclusionary co-curricular experiences? Does this impact students' classroom experiences and learning outcomes? How do students make sense of this phenomenon? And what can be done about it? This round table discussion was structured to provide context for a conversation about student experiences with exclusionary structures at Georgetown, to consider the impact on academic success, and to explore the strategies to address this phenomenon.
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May 25, 2017: Innovatively Using Technology to Enhance Online Learning, Face-to-Face Teaching, and to Infuse Georgetown Values Throughout the Curriculum - TLISI 2017 Frazier, Tim; Joseph, Larry; Kelly, Daniel; Ray, Shenita; Spaulding, Cylor; Trujillo, Maria; Williamson, Glenn; Zajack, Wendy (2017-05-25)