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2015-2016 Digital Education Innovation Grant Competition December 15, 2015

The 2015-2016 Digital Education Innovation (DEI) Grant Competition is now accepting applications. Ten grants in the amount of $1000 will be awarded to Yale graduate students...

Free online learning with Yale experts now offered ‘on demand’ November 9, 2015

Yale’s latest round of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) will provide learners across the globe instruction on legal concepts, negotiation strategies, and the details of...

Teachers — and Yale's president — become the students during Faculty Bulldog Days November 4, 2015

During Faculty Bulldog Days, it’s the teachers’ turn to learn. They attend classes, complete required reading, and participate in discussions — all the while, soaking in new...

Motives for online learners examined October 5, 2015

As Yale increases its online presence through Massive Open Online Courses, a new study shows that more people are using these classes to advance their professional careers...

‘Flipped’ science class helps women, those with lower GPA, study shows September 23, 2015

“Physical chemistry students given most course content outside of the classroom scored 12% higher on exams than counterparts in more traditional classes where students...

Broadcasting center help Yale profs with MOOCs September 11, 2015

While it may be challenging to come up with creative lectures for a class of 300 students, some Yale professors this semester have found the space for pedagogical...

CTL Welcomes Dr. Andrew Cavanagh as a Postdoctoral Associate September 8, 2015

The Yale Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) welcomes Dr. Andrew Cavanagh as a Postdoctoral Associate beginning on Tuesday, September 2. Andrew Cavanagh comes to Yale with...

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