The Open Education Group is in the process of identifying early career researchers and/or qualified Masters/PhD candidates in the United States and Canada for a fellowship to research topics related to Open Educational Resources (OER). Successful candidates will publish papers relating to the educational outcomes that take place when OER and/or open pedagogy are substituted for traditional learning materials and approaches.
With two of his #MGA professors, senior psychology major Anthony Cleator has co-authored several scholarly articles that will be published in research journals.
What happens to the borders and boundaries of the high art object when it becomes a hyperobject through commercialization? If low art is a boundless zombie swarm hollowing all art into economic value, then how does the loss of boundary turn art into a metaphor for other aspects of culture and current events?
The Warner Robins Campus Library and the Student Success Center are collaborating to offer “Back to Basics” Summer 2017 workshop sessions relating to research, writing and study skills. If it has been some time since you’ve taken an English course or simply need more practice in research and writing, these sessions are designed to serve Continue reading
The deadline for Faculty Development Grants is October 15, 2016 for Fall Semester and March 17th 2017 for the Spring and Summer Semester. Grants are available to tenure-track faculty members for conference, research, international and invited presenters funding. The application can be found at: http://www.mga.edu/faculty-staff/faculty-development-applications.aspx Applications should be submitted via email to the chair of Continue reading
Dear Faculty and Staff, During a recent retreat, members of the cabinet identified five focal points of strategic importance for the 2016-2017 academic year . The focal points are: 1) Purposeful Enrollment Growth, 2) Financial Sustainability, 3) Knowledge Assets (intellectual resources found within database, software, people, documents or policies, 4) Valuing People, and 5) Student-Focused Continue reading
A member of the iTLEAD team recently presented a paper at a conference in Romania. The paper addressed the need for role-based training and educational models used by artists from the Renaissance period.