Being A Self-Directed Learner

One of the key differences between undergraduate and graduate education is that graduate students are responsible for a much larger part of the learning process.

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Navigating Graduate School

How Learning Works: Seven Research Based Principles for Smart Teaching

Susan A. Ambrose, Michael W. Bridges,Michele DiPietro, Marsha C. Lovett, Marie K. Norman, Richard E.

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Book Reviews
Teaching

Revision vs. Editing

No matter what you are writing, after you’ve finished your rough draft, you’re ready to begin the revision and editing process to tighten and clean up the manuscript. But do you understand the distinction between the two tasks?

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Writing

Creating an Electronic Portfolio

Faculty have many roles—researcher, teacher, mentor and colleague, to name just a few.

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Professional Development
Career Development

Academic Integrity Pledge

Academic integrity is an important part of being a scholar at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; we are committed to the highest level of academic integrity among our faculty and students.

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Good Practices
Academic Integrity

Things To Do This Summer

Will you have time on your hands this summer?

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Navigating Graduate School

Let Learning Begin

Here's the best advice you’ll ever get about the first day of class: Forget about the traditional reading of the syllabus! Think of the mixed message you send with a dry syllabus review: “I want you to be active learners and critical thinkers.

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Professional Development
Teaching

From Student to Scholar

From Student to Scholar: A Candid Guide to Becoming a Professor
by Steven M. Cahn

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Book Reviews
Navigating Graduate School

Advice for Graduate Students

One of the goals graduate students have is landing a job upon completion of the degree. Dr.

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Navigating Graduate School

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