Tips from the Pros: Using Technology to Create an Interactive Syllabus

Using Technology to Create an Interactive Syllabus
As professors, we work hard to create the perfect syllabus for our courses. We outline our expectations, students' responsibilities, and important policies. Ideally, we do all of this with a learner-centered approach. We are told that the more information we provide, the more successful our students will be, and the more successful we will be as instructors. However, we often encounter students who no longer wish to turn to printed documents for information.

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