Fostering Community in Online Learning

*Most of this post is something I wrote for the Faculty Development Center at Murray State University (http://libguides.murraystate.edu/facdev/bourke) as a Faculty Teaching Fellow. My focus as a Faculty Teaching Fellow was online learning and teaching. Challenges in Teaching Online One of the biggest challenges I’ve experienced in teaching online is attempting to match the development […]

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Episode 04 – Social Justice via Inquiry Part 1

In Episode 4 of I’m Curious, I offer my thoughts on working toward social justice through student affairs inquiry (a.k.a. assessment) work. In this episode, I mention: Advancing Toward Social Justice via Student Affairs Inquiry Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry (2017) Bell, L. A. (2007). Theoretical foundations for social justice education. In M. Adams, L. A. […]

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Episode 03 – Assessment as Inquiry

In Episode 3 of I’m Curious, I offer my thoughts on framing student affairs assessment as inquiry. In this episode, I mention: Visuals of the assessment cycle – Example 1 from LeTourneau University – Example 2 from Iowa State University Visit my website, drbrianbourke.com, to learn more about me, the work I do, and subscribe to my weekly […]

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