SA Wars: The Online Menace

In a college or university not so far away . . .  SA Wars: The Online Menace. In this episode of SA Wars, I want to talk about something that’s been lurking for a while, yet as a field, we don’t seem to say or do much to prepare for it. The online menace I’m […]

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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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Whiteness: What is Dominant in PWIs

I previously published a version of this post on LinkedIn. When we talk about whiteness, we often center individual White people as the space where work needs to be done. We call upon Whites to critically examine their own beliefs, biases, and prejudices. We embrace an ideology that suggests if we can change one person’s […]

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