This month we’re taking a look back at some of the Center for Engaged Learning’s most watched videos in 2014 and pairing them with some you might have missed.
526 people watched Decoding the Disciplines and Threshold Concepts in 2014. Produced for the ISSOTL Online 2013 series, Studying and Designing for Transfer, the video features Katie King, Sherry Linkon, and Joan Middendorf, who describe Decoding the Disciplines and Threshold Concepts, two theories of pedagogy and learning that can be useful in the study of transfer.

You may have missed Undergraduate Research Processes and Strategies, released in November as part of our series on Student Perspectives on Undergraduate Research, which premiered at the Naylor Undergraduate Writing Research Workshop. Elon University undergraduates Rachel Fishman, Claire Lockhard, Rachel Mehaffey, Desiree Porter, and Mary Rouse describe their undergraduate research experiences and share strategies and tips for other undergraduate researchers.

Check back next week for another video pairing, and view all the Center’s videos on our YouTube channel.

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Year in Review: Videos – Part 4. 2014, December 23. [Blog Post]. Retrieved from