Tag: students

Student Redesign: Resources to help Students be Successful

Friday, January 13th, 2012

In my previous post, I discussed how there exists a shared responsibility between the University and its students with regard to their success.  In this post, I’d like to share a list of resources to which students can be referred. Academic Advisors A student’s academic advisor can often provide the best information with regard to […]

Why Hire Student ATC Assistants? (Part 2)

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

In the last article I referred to one reason why the ATC Assistant position might be good for the student.  Flexible scheduling for work times can be very helpful for a student; however, other reasons do exist for which a student might want to work with assistive technology and work in the ATC. The first […]

Why Hire Student ATC Assistants? (Part 1)

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Recently I have started to look for two Assistants in the Assistive Technology Center to replace two students who are graduating this May.  As I was looking through the job description, interview questions etc. I thought about the reasons the ATC employs students as assistants and how they benefit the center and the university. Many […]

New and improved Course Email List tool

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

What is the Course Email List tool? Each semester Instructors may request a Course Email list for any sections they are teaching.  The tool provides an easy to use email “alias” that contains an updated list of students in that course. This allows the Instructor an easy to communicate with course, without having to worry […]

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