Cecilia

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Published on: September 22, 2011

Recently, I interviewed Cecilia Dalzell, the Instructional Design Librarian from the Arnold Bernhard Library, to get the latest scoop on their new live chat tool and beneficial information on the tools and resources, such as their new e-book service, ebrary, available for online faculty. Kim : Your position at the [...]

Faculty Innovations – Summer 2011

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Published on: August 26, 2011

Written by the Instructional Design Team at QU Online Another Summer Session at Quinnipiac University Online has come to a close, but there is much to report in the way of faculty innovations in summer courses this year! Tweet

A Behind the Scenes Look At QUOnline’s Latest Video Production

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Published on: July 29, 2011

Almost immediately after starting full-time work for QU Online in May, I was handed the project of creating a video to assist faculty in recognizing and handling distressed students. Tackling such a large project required planning… A LOT of planning. Tweet

QU Online Unveils “Distressed Students: What to Do” Video

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Published on: July 28, 2011

QU Online is pleased to announce the release of a video which was produced in collaboration with Student Services and Quinnipiac Counseling Services. This thirteen minute video was developed for faculty Tweet

Play It Safe & Back Up Your Work!

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Published on: July 28, 2011

We’ve all been there- that horrifying moment when something is terribly wrong with the computer. Our next thoughts are usually angry, moving towards, “Why did that happen?” and “Was that backed up?!” It’s very important to back up your data because a hard drive crash or virus could happen to [...]

QU Online Welcomes Dan Shpak

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Published on: July 28, 2011

Dan Shpak’s job at QU Online might be relatively new, but his presence here in our department is not. Dan worked for QU Online as a student worker while he was completing his degree in Interactive Communications. Fortunately for us, when he graduated in May 2011, he decided to stick [...]

Seven Test

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Published on: July 28, 2011

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Testing Six

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Testing Post 5

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Test Post 4

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Testing Post 3

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Lorem Ipsum

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Introduction

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Hello everyone. My name is Dan Shpak, and I am currently a graduate student at Quinnipiac University studying Interactive Communications. For more information about me, see my about page. I’m obsessed with sports… both playing and watching. This blog will be a place for me to express my sports-related thoughts [...]

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