New Online Tech Training & Professional Development Tool: Atomic Learning!

The College is dedicated to bringing technology training to the entire Guilford Community through a partnership with Atomic Learning. Training videos and assessments are easily integrated into Moodle, and allow faculty to focus instructional time on teaching their subject discipline, not technology! Available 24/7 from campus or home, it includes more than 60,000 step-by-step tutorials … Read more

Thank you, and last call on the needs assessment

Hi folks! Thank you to all faculty who have participated in the Instructional Tech Needs Assessment. If you haven’t had a chance, please take the 2014 Faculty Needs Assessment of Instructional Technology by this Friday, January 23. We will be sharing an executive summary of the results with all of you in the near future, … Read more

Please participate in the Faculty Instructional Technology Needs Assessment!

Please participate in the 2014 Faculty Needs Assessment of Instructional Technology, a collaborative effort of Library Research & Educational Services and Faculty Development. This assessment should take about 15-20 minutes to complete, and your responses are anonymous. Instructional Technology is critical to teaching and learning, and this survey concerns your experiences with and perceptions of … Read more

New on Library Website: “Avoiding Plagiarism” resources

The faculty librarians have put together a library guide for students about how to avoid plagiarism, how and when to cite sources, and the consequences of plagiarism as written in Guilford’s Honor Code.  All these resources can be found by clicking on Citation Guides from the library homepage, and the plagiarism-specific materials are located on … Read more