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.
Videos in our Introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning series, produced for ISSOTL Online 2013, continued to be extremely popular in 2014. Key Characteristics of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning had 886 views in 2014. The video features Randy Bass (Georgetown University), Joanna Renc-Roe (Central European University, Budapest), Pat Hutchings (Gonzaga University), Barbara Gayle (Viterbo University), Dan Bernstein (University of Kansas), Mary Taylor Huber (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching), Gary Poole (University of British Columbia), Nancy Chick (Vanderbilt University), Tony Ciccone (University of Wisconsin — Milwaukee), and Sherry Linkon (Georgetown University).

You may have missed another “key characteristics” video, High Quality Undergraduate Research Mentoring, released in September 2014. International scholars share key characteristics of high quality mentoring of undergraduate research. The video features Laura Behling, Knox College; Elizabeth Ambos, Council on Undergraduate Research; Jenny Shanahan, Bridgewater State University; Brad Johnson, United States Naval Academy; Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Elon University; Susan Larson, Concordia College; and Helen Walkington, Oxford Brookes.

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

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