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  • How to Thrive in College & Beyond: Student Workshop Series

    How to Thrive in College & Beyond: Student Workshop Series

    How to Thrive in College & Your Career McGraw-Hill workshop series. 12 on-demand sessions to help you succeed in college and your career.

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  • Instill a Critical Mindset Webinar49:43

    Instill a Critical Mindset Webinar

    Dr. Heather Collins shares how instructors can help improve their students' critical thinking skills in this webinar as part of our Professional Development series.

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  • Cut Through the Buzz: 8 Ways to Teach Critical Thinking

    Cut Through the Buzz: 8 Ways to Teach Critical Thinking

    Critical thinking is a hige buzz word in higher education. Use these 8 tips to better teach your students critical thinking skills.

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  • Creating Courses Using Universal Design (Accessibility) Principles

    Creating Courses Using Universal Design (Accessibility) Principles

    Make your classroom accessible for all students! See how utilizing universal design principles can help you become accessibility compliant and improve student engagement.

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  • Tips for a Successful Job Interview1:48

    Tips for a Successful Job Interview

    Career development tips from a young professional on how to have a successful job interview.

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  • 4 Strategies to Drive Down Textbook Cost

    4 Strategies to Drive Down Textbook Cost

    Considering what students likely are paying in tuition, it's important to keep course materials affordable for your students. Use this guide to determine which affordable options are the right fit.

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  • Getting Started: Instructor Checklist

    Getting Started: Instructor Checklist

    Getting Started this Semester: Instructor Checklist. Whenever a new semester approaches, the likelihood of error rises exponentially.

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  • How to Handle Student Grade Complaints

    How to Handle Student Grade Complaints

    It's that time of year again...students will be coming to negotiate (and plead) their grades.

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  • Defy Death by PPT: 7 Tips to Improve Multimedia Learning

    Defy Death by PPT: 7 Tips to Improve Multimedia Learning

    Defy Death by PowerPoint: 7 Tips to Improve Multimedia Learning. Have you experienced death by PowerPoint?

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  • 4 Tips to Surviving your Hardest Classes

    4 Tips to Surviving your Hardest Classes

    Tips for college students on how to succeed in your most difficult classes and properly prepare for exams.

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  • Yes, You Will Need Internet Access: Preparing Students for Online Classes

    Yes, You Will Need Internet Access: Preparing Students for Online Classes

    Tired of underprepared students in your online classes? Here are 10 easy, instructor-tested ways to help students succeed in their online college classes.

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  • Using Campus Resources in the Job Search1:52

    Using Campus Resources in the Job Search

    Career development tips from a young professional on attending career fairs on campus, searching for jobs online, and using Linkedin.

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  • 6 Lessons in Moving to Virtual Office Hours

    6 Lessons in Moving to Virtual Office Hours

    Looking to get more out of your office hours? Try virtual office hours! 6 Ways to hold and improve your virtual office hours.

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  • Midnight Munchies: Eating Healthier in College Dorms

    Midnight Munchies: Eating Healthier in College Dorms

    Quick tips for eating healthy and meal planning while living in the college dorms, including simple snacks you can make in your microwave!

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  • 2018 Future Workforce Survey

    2018 Future Workforce Survey

    The fifth annual McGraw-Hill Education Future Workforce Survey, representing over 1000 college students, looks at their confidence, motivation, influences, and ...

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  • Teaching Students in the Wave of Fake News

    Teaching Students in the Wave of Fake News

    In an era of fake news, teaching students to think critically about bias, facts, and authorship can be difficult, if not impossible.

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  • What Major is Right for You?

    What Major is Right for You?

    Choosing your college major? Use this guide to help decide what field of study or career pathway you’d like to pursue.

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  • 4 Ways to Identify At-Risk Students in the Classroom

    4 Ways to Identify At-Risk Students in the Classroom

    Helping at-risk students before the semester gets too far along can be tricky. Check out these 4 instructor strategies to on how to identify and help at-risk students.

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  • Teaching iGen Students: It's Not Them...It's Us

    Teaching iGen Students: It's Not Them...It's Us

    Teaching today's Millennial and iGen students is different. Dr. Robert Feldman discusses three ways instructors can build upon today's technology.

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