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Michelle Nilson on the benefits of the site “Tomorrow’s Professor”

Dr. Michelle Nilson studies higher educational leadership as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education.  For academically-grounded articles and suggestions on teaching and learning, she turns to “Tomorrow’s Professor,” a site put together by the staff at the Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning. This e-newsletter describes itself as seeking “to foster a diverse, world-wide teaching and learning ecology among its over 35,000 subscribers at over 700 institutions and organizations in over 100 countries around the world.” Nilson considers the site especially useful as a tool towards “mobilizing the research on pedagogy and andragogy in a way that is consumable among the teaching and learning community.”

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