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One of 6 learning modules created for the College Educator Development Program - a collaboration of six Ontario colleges:... see more

This document is a presenter's guide for a workshop hosted by Brown University Alliance consultants.

This series of video examines the background of the use, purpose, and types of instruments (surveys) that may be used to... see more

With an growing global economy and new education options, the student body is more diverse than ever. Subsequently,... see more

The authors describe an online, evidence-based teaching guide meant to serve as a resource for science faculty as they... see more

This paper reports on a research study that focused on equity in learning as reflected in the final grades of online and... see more

Fly in Space is excellent example of an Open Science Children's Story about two fruit flys born on earth and raised in... see more

An easy to read guide covering a variety of ways to make your teaching more inclusive. Topics covered include: Common... see more

This site provides a summary of Adams' Equity Theory of Motivation. There is also a link to a good diagram that can be... see more

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical (Alabama A & M) University is a historically black university located in the city of... see more

Alabama State University is a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in Montgomery, Alabama. Founded less than... see more

ASU advances as a U.S. News & World Reported top-ranked HBCU

Albany State University is a historically black university in Albany, Georgia. It was founded in 1903 by Joseph Winthrop... see more

Allen University, a Christian liberal arts institution located on a 20-acre campus in Columbia, South Carolina, is the... see more

American Baptist College President Forrest Harris celebrated 20 years of leading the esteemed institution located in East... see more

In the early 1960s, the Nashville school then known as the American Baptist Theological Seminary stood... see more

One of the initial founding institutions of Gadsden State is Alabama Technical College. Established in 1925 as the... see more

Mrs. Bathsheba A. Barber Benedict (1809-1897) is a pioneer abolitionist and founder of Benedict Institute. She was a... see more

Located within walking distance of downtown Columbia, South Carolina, Benedict College is a private four-year,... see more

Columbia, S.C. (WOLO)– Benedict College has named its first female campus minister. Tuesday the college announced... see more

Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College traces its origin to 1904, when two African American ministers, William... see more

This week in our series on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), we examine the history of Bluefield... see more

Founded in 1865, Bowie State University is Maryland’s oldest historically black university, and one of the ten oldest... see more