Bloom, Stephen, Bruenjes, Linda, Bucci, Linda, Haverty, Cris. Assessment is not grading: Learning from student work after the grades are in. Presentation, NEEAN Fall 2009.
Barrett, Janice, Bath, Richard, Bloom, Stephen, Bruenjes, Linda, Bucci, Linda, and Zeek, Cathy. Telling Our Assessment Story: Negotiating the Stumbling Blocks --A Small Private College Struggles with Assessment. Panel Discussion, NEEAN Fall 2007.
Bruenjes, Linda, Finkelstein, Adam, Flowers, Themba, Lombardi, Philip, McDermott, Brian, and Sible, Jill. Active Teaching and Learning Spaces: Design, Technology, Outcomes, and Support. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2016, October 25, 2016, Anaheim, CA.
Bruenjes, Linda. “Developing the Next Generation of Online Learners with Disruptive Technology.” Next Generation Learning Spaces 2015, February 25, 2015. Nashville, TN.
Bruenjes, Linda. Lasell College Book Awards, Senior Night: What I wish for you. May 2004.
Bruenjes, Linda, and Joseph, Ruth. “Technology, Teaching & Learning: A Connected Project.” Technology, Reading & Learning Difficulties Conference, January 2004, San Francisco.
Bruenjes, Linda. Lasell College Convocation. Welcome to New Students and Parents. September 2005.
Bruenjes, Linda, and Zeek, Cathleen. “Reconsidering Pedagogy: How online learning informs face-to-face teaching.” AACTE Conference, February 2012, Chicago. IL.
Bruenjes, Linda, Carey, Katherine, Mancarella, Taryn, Shea, Kevin, Wojiski, Sarah, and Zakrzewski, Tes. “Using Lecture Capture to Help Students Improve Their Metacognitive Skills.” Suffolk University Technology Symposium, May 2014, Boston, MA.
Bruenjes, Linda and O’Neill, Edward. “Continuity of Learning: Using Technology to Mitigate Learning Disruptions.” NERCOMP Workshop, October 2015.
Bruenjes, Linda and McDermott, Brian. “Sailing through rough waters . . . with agility, patience, and teamwork. NERCOMP Active Teaching and Learning Spaces: Design, Development, Technology, Pedagogical Uses and Outcome Workshop, November 2015.
Bruenjes, Linda and Behling, Kirsten. “Designing accessible online and technology-enhanced learning activities.” NERCOMP Workshop, February 2017.
Cratsley, Christopher, Hamilton—Bobrow, Kimberly, Bruenjes, Linda, and Wallace, Victoria. Collaboratively Designed Learning Assessment Modules. NEEAN Fall Forum 2016, November 2016, Worcester, MA.
Dwyer, H., Hershock, C., and M. Sanders. (2016). Technology-enhanced TA development: An online training module approach. Presented at the 41st annual Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) conference, Louisville, KY.
Dwyer, H. and E. Weiss. (2015). Confidence classrooms: Improving student expectations for success. Presented at the 40th annual Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) conference, San Francisco, CA.
Dwyer, H. and J. Brooks. (2014). Communities of practice: Strengthening institutions of higher learning. Presented at the 39th annual Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) conference, Dallas, TX.
Dwyer, H. and P. Muick. (2013). Scientific teaching in Biology 110. Presented at Science Education and Partnership Assessment Laboratory Poster Session at San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.
Dwyer, H. and A.M. Shapiro. (2013). Introgressive hybridization patterns in Colias butterflies: a morphological and genetic approach. Presented at the Pacific Branch of the Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Stateline, NV.
Edwards, Phillip, Vargas Ramos, German, Mullinix, Bonnie, Wheeler, Bradford, Zhadko, Olena, Bruenjes, Linda, and Chaudhury, S. Raj. Building a Social Media Presence for Centers and Educational Developers. POD Conference 2016. November 2016. Louisville, KY.
Glazer, Francine, Mullinix, Bonnie, Bruenjes, Linda, Zhadko, Olena. “Year-Round Networking – Leveraging POD’s New Website and Web Tools.” 2014 POD Conference, November 2014, Dallas, TX.
Herman, Jennifer, Cratsley, Christopher, Bruenjes, Linda, and Wallace, Victoria. Learning Assessment Modules for Everyone! An Interactive Professional Development Resource. 2016 Assessment Institute, October 17, 2016. Indianapolis, IN.
Tebbe, Jennifer, Bruenjes, Linda, Doucette, Joanne. “Teaching a TED ebook: The Upstream Doctors in a Global Public Health Course.” NEPCA, October 25, 2014, Providence, RI.
Wallace, Victoria, Herman, Jennifer, Cratsley, Christopher, and Bruenjes, Linda. Learning Assessment Modules for Everyone! An Interactive Professional Development Resource. POD Conference 2016. November 2016. Louisville, KY.
Wojiski, Sarah, Chen, Li, and Bruenjes, Linda. “Using iPads to Promote Scientific and Critical Thinking.” Suffolk University Technology Symposium, May 2014, Boston, MA.
Bruenjes, Linda and Siccama, Carolyn. Internet2, Handbook of Computer Networks, John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
Bruenjes, Linda, Siccama, Carolyn, and LeBaron, John. Internet2, Internet Encyclopedia, John Wiley & Sons, 2003.
Dwyer, H., Jasieniuk, M., Okada, M., and A. M. Shapiro. (2015). Molecular evidence for hybridization in Colias (Lepidoptera: Pieridae): Are Colias hybrids really hybrids? Ecology and Evolution, 5, 2865-2877.
Linder, Kathryn E., Bruenjes, Linda S., and Smith, Sarah S. Hybrid platforms, tools, and resources (New Directions for Teaching and Learning No. 149) by Kathryn Linder, Editor (Jossey-Bass, 2017), Hybrid Teaching and Learning, 149 (Spring 2017). 27 – 36.
Linder, Kathryn E., with Bruenjes, Linda. S. Assessing Learning in Your Blended Course. The Blended Course Design Workbook: A Practical Guide. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, 2016.
A Multi-Case Study Investigating the Disposition of Faculty Use of Technology as a Teaching and Learning Tool in the Higher Education Classroom, ©2002.
We launched our newsletter, Excellence in Teaching & Scholarly Matters, in 2010. Distributed twice annually, it features contributions from fellow Suffolk faculty and administrators on topical information in various teaching and scholarly areas. Back issues can be viewed from this page.
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- CTSE Newsletter - Volume 7, Issue 1, FA15 [PDF]
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- CTSE Newsletter - Volume 6, Issue 1, FA14 [PDF]
- CTSE Newsletter - Volume 5, Issue 2, SP14 [PDF]
Featured Article: “Reflections on Teaching a Hybrid Course” by Alison Kelly, Professor, Economics
- CTSE Newsletter - Volume 5, Issue 1, FA13 [PDF]
- CTSE Newsletter - Volume 4, Issue 2, SP13 [PDF]
Featured Article: "Flipping Out in my Classroom", by MJ (Pelletier) Potvin, Instructor, Accounting
- CTSE Newsletter - Issue FA12 [PDF]
Featured Article: "Teaching Chinese Students" by Micky Lee, Associate Professor of Media Studies, Communication and Journalism
- CTSE Newsletter - Issue SP12 [PDF]
Featured Article: "Maintaining Teaching Excellence While Balancing Research and Service" by Erika Gebo, Associate Professor, Sociology and Gini Mann-Deibert Assistant Professor, Sociology
- CTSE Newsletter - Issue FA11 [PDF]
Featured Article: "Tips for the First Day of Class" By Dana Rosengard, Assistant Professor, Communication & Journalism
- CTSE Newsletter - Issue SP11 [PDF]
Featured Article: "A Class Act: Using Acting Techniques in the Classroom" By Allan Tow, Associate Professor, Applied Legal Studies
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Featured article: "Teaching Excellence: Not a Goal for the Faint-Hearted" by Krisanne Bursik, Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
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