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On October 29, 2010, the Instructor College hosted a conversation on assessment with Dr. Larry Gruppen, U-M professor of Learning Health Sciences.
Rock Band-a-Palooza! Tuesday, September 14 (During Northfest), 11am - 2pm.In the Duderstadt Center Gallery. Play Rock Band on a giant screen!
The fall semester is back upon us, and so we return to our regular hours: Mon Noon- 9pm; Tue - Fri 10am - 9pm; Sat 1pm - 9pm (closed Sunday). Actually that's an expansion on our Saturday hours from last year, as we're now opening on Saturdays two hours earlier.
We had a great time Tuesday afternoon at the 2-Story Rock Band event! The staff of the Video & Performance Studio did a fantastic job setting up the space. In addition to the giant screen behind the performers, there were two large side screens and a monitor screen showing the game, plus two cameras projecting live feeds of the players on large screens as well. With the lighting effects and big sound, it was a Rock Band experience like no other!
Tuesday, April 20th (the last day of classes), 4-6pm. 2-Story Rock Band in the Duderstadt Center Video & Performance Studio. Play Rock Band on a giant screen!
In late February and early March 2010, Instructor’s College hosted a three session webinar series on information literacy and student learning assessment. The first session defined assessment and offered a theoretical framework to illustrate the assessment design and planning processes.
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