April 28, 2016

English Composition incorporates adaptive learning into classroom

The English Composition classroom is about to become a personalized learning lab. Over the course of the spring 2016 semester, faculty groups from Georgia State University, Montclair State University, the University of Georgia, and the University of Mississippi have collaborated in person and online to begin developing adaptive courseware for English Composition. … more

April 27, 2016

Experiential Learning: We're getting ready

Even as UGA prepares to send the Class of 2016 out into the world, many faculty members and colleagues in OVPI and across campus are anticipating the official launch of the experiential learning initiative with the incoming first-year and transfer students who will start at UGA in the fall. Much has been accomplished to prepare for the launch, and we are getting ready. … more

April 25, 2016

Outstanding academic advisors named

Two University of Georgia advisors have received an Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Advising Award. Matthew Head in the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources is a recipient in the professional advisor category and Anna Williams in the College of Education is in the recipient in the new staff advisor category. They were nominated by their supervisors and selected by 14 students from the various colleges on campus. … more

April 25, 2016

Hesse recognized for contribution to affordable learning

ATHENS, GA — DeLoris Hesse, coordinator of the University of Georgia undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology program, has received a Textbook Transformation Award from Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) for her efforts in adopting and creating open educational resources (OER) for the benefit of UGA students. 

April 13, 2016

Innovative teaching

The University of Georgia is full of talented and passionate students. You may have heard about some of them in the UGA headlines over the last several weeks, and especially this week as we honor our faculty and students for their extraordinary accomplishments in a host of Honors Week celebrations. … more