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Academic Learning Transformation Lab

Connected Learning for a Networked World

ALT Lab models and inspires connected learning for a networked world through faculty development, student engagement, communities of practice, and technology enhanced active learning. We cultivate distinctive experiences of deeper learning fostered by high engagement for student success. See also...

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The Office of Online Academic Programs (Online@VCU) and ALT Lab
collaborate with schools, departments and faculty members to design
and offer a variety of online or hybrid courses and programs

As the semester begins, celebrate uncertainty

For a variety of reasons I haven’t posted in over a month. So much for my weekly posting goal. Much of my time has been dedicated to course development projects. Whether they are out of my standard supply of training topics or venturing into the unknown they all have a common thread; risk. The faculty […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2016-08-14

Walmart’s Out-of-Control Crime Problem Is Driving Police Crazy To cut down on calls to police, Walmart has been rolling out a program where first-time offenders caught stealing merchandise below a certain value can avoid arrest if they agree to go through a theft-prevention program. At some higher-crime stores, the company is also hiring off-duty police […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2016-08-14

Walmart’s Out-of-Control Crime Problem Is Driving Police Crazy To cut down on calls to police, Walmart has been rolling out a program where first-time offenders caught stealing merchandise below a certain value can avoid arrest if they agree to go through a theft-prevention program. At some higher-crime stores, the company is also hiring off-duty police […]

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Academic Learning Transformation Lab - ALT Lab
1000 Floyd Ave, Suite 4102 | Richmond, Virginia 23284
altlab@vcu.edu | 804-828-1651

Last updated: April 27, 2016

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