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Collection of resources about teaching using active learning techniques.  Focus of collection is resources relevant to faculty participants of NMU's Active Learning Catalysts Project.

Date Added to MERLOT: March 29, 2013
Created by: Matthew Smock

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Bookmarked 03/29/13
Great site from our friends at the University of Minnesota. More
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The "Active Learning in Large Lectures" case study is the first one... More
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older site but still relevant.
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