“Having now been with this faculty for three years, this is a time of year with which I’m very familiar, so here are my top tips for making it through this time while still keeping your cool.” Click the above to learn more!
With the term coming to a close, now’s the time that many of our students are looking forward to job interviews. Be it a summer internship or a full-time gig, interviews can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. There are many different styles of interviews, and every interviewer will be unique in how they talk andContinue reading “Acing the Interview”
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“I have been constantly impressed by students’ resiliency, patience and creativity, and they have taught me so much.” Click the image above to read more!
“Goofing off can be so necessary to create community.” Click the image above to read more!
“This year, my students have been such good role models – showing up as best they can, giving each other (and me!) grace and kindness, and really making the best of this situation.” Click the photo above to read more!
“I’ve never been the kind of instructor to discourage students from having their laptops open in class, so I’ll probably experiment with projecting a running chat – with polls and emojis and all the other things that have been so common these past few months – during future classes.” Click the photo above to read more!
With classes going online late last year, our educators were thrown headfirst into a brave new world. Students and staff alike are so grateful for our amazing instructors here at the Faculty of Information, and so we at Living the iLife are profiling some instructors whose online instruction have truly stood out to our studentsContinue reading “Instructor Spotlight: Agnieszka Chalas”
“The biggest lesson has been about providing more space for reflection in class.” Check out this interview with Dr. Matt Brower about his online teaching experience!