The HELLO Community has implemented a new member fed, rated, and commented directory of vendors and service providers that serve higher education. The directory is organized into hierarchical categories that make it easy to explore. Anyone can read the directory and members are encouraged to add new entries,
The Higher Education Leadership Learning Online (HELLO) Community is proud to announce the availability of its mentor / mentee matching service. MentorMatch is an online self-service application specifically designed to meet the needs of higher education, enabling members to build an industry specific mentoring profile;
At its inaugural meeting on Monday February 25th the HELLO Community Advisory Board ratified the community’s mission and vision statements. These statements will guide current operations and the future development of the community and are as follows;
Peer-Reviewed Paper Published: Creating Congruence Between the Faculty Role and Institutional Expectations, Recognitions and Rewards
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Institutional harmony and efficiency can be greatly enhanced by ensuring that institutional expectations of faculty (as defined by the faculty body) are overtly shared and clearly defined.
White paper on faculty workload issues
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White Paper used to provide background and charge a faculty task force to examine workload issues around teaching, advising, and service.
Please note: To access this file you must have a free account with the HELLO Community – registration information is provided below.
White Paper – Evaluating and Assessing Student Readiness for Courses(Click for more information and to download.)
This white paper can be provided to a faculty group to help them consider issues around student preparation for learning,
NILOA (Click for more information, to comment, and share on social media)
Established in 2008, the mission of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) is to discover and disseminate ways that academic programs and institutions can productively use assessment data internally to inform and strengthen undergraduate education,