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Learning: It's virtually the easiest thing to do!

It’s a rainy Wednesday afternoon, and you’ve signed up for…
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Video is Worth A Whole Bunch of Words

"If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth…

TLR starts... blogging!

The Teaching & Learning Resources group is excited to take…

Call For Mobile Learning Projects

Experiment with mobile devices in your teaching Do you want…

2014 Pilot Year Proposals

AU's Mobile Learning Task Force invites faculty proposals that initiate, enhance or assess mobile learning projects as part of the 2014 Mobile Pilot Year program.

SIS Student Quantitative Research Festival

It’s that season again – the end of the semester! Check out some of the fascinating research conducted by SIS Graduate students, Friday November 30 from 5-7 PM in the SIS Atrium.

Chat Online with a Lab Consultant!

There’s a new way to communicate with the lab if you find yourself unable to visit us in the flesh. Introducing LIVE Chat with the SSRL!  From here, you can type in your burning questions and a consultant will be … Continue reading

Overwhelming quantity for qualitative

I am excited to see the positive response to RSG’s NVivo workshops! Within hours of sending out initial email announcements of workshops, we had RSVP steadily emailed to us. Last week I led two introductory workshops with 22 people RSVP’d … Continue reading

How to Get a Copy of a Stats Program

Usually at the beginning of the semester (or at any time during the semester!) we get requests from students, faculty, and staff about installing software onto their personal computers.  Remember that we support a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative statistical programs … Continue reading