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Supporting Students and Faculty in Introductory Gateway Courses with Undergraduate Learning Assistants

At Colorado State University, they found a great support for student success through a learning assistants program. In this webinar, key players share the model they based their program on as well as supporting students and faculty after implementation.

Speakers: Tanya Buchan, Senior Faculty Developer and Teaching Effectiveness Initiative Program Manager; Stacey Clark, Associate Director at Learning Programs, The Institute for Learning and Teaching; and Deborah Garrity, Professor and Chair, Department of Biology at Colorado State University

Recommended citation:

O’Sullivan, P., Buchan, T., Clarke, S. and Garrity, D. (2020, March 25) Supporting Students and Faculty in Introductory Gateway Courses with Undergraduate Learning Assistants [Video]


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