The Latest from CLEAR

The Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR) offers a variety of services to anyone with teaching responsibilities at the university. Services include online course and program development and implementation, as well as support for instructional technologies (such as the university learning management system, Blackboard and Canvas), regardless of class modality.

Neurodiversity Event

The Office of Equity and Inclusion, in collaboration with the College of Health and Public Service and the Office of Faculty Success, are pleased to host Dr. Margaret Price for one of UNT’s first Neurodiversity Events.  Dr.

News from UNT-International

UNT’s Global Grants:

UNT International provides modest intramural funding to support faculty global engagement activities through the China Venture Fund (CVF), India Venture Fund (IVF), and Global Engagement Grant (GEG). The RFPs for UNT’s Global Grants are anticipated to open on September 5th. Additional information is available at: http://international.unt.edu/engagement/global-funding.

Study Abroad Workshops for Faculty:

Salute to Faculty Excellence 2018

UNT hosts an annual event to celebrate the accomplishments of our superlative faculty.  You are invited to mark your calendar for the evening of Friday, Oct. 5 to salute UNT’s world-class faculty. This year’s theme is “Celebrating the Impact of a Caring Faculty;” please click here to register. Look for more information coming soon about the events planned for Faculty Excellence Week, scheduled for Oct. 1 (Monday) through Oct. 5 (Friday).

Fall 2018

Welcome back to school! I trust that you all had a nice summer and are looking forward to the new school year. I’m pleased to inform you that UNT hired 105 new faculty this fall. I think that says a lot about UNT’s commitment to its faculty and students. I hope you will take the opportunity to greet them and welcome them to the caring UNT community.

The importance of reflection

Connecting learning with the real world through reflections in ePortfolio

By Jordan Rogers & Rania Elmalky


The ePortfolio is a digital tool that fosters connections between the classroom and real-world experiences for students. Embedded within the technology are guided reflection questions to engage students in further developing the valuable metacognitive tool of reflection. [RJ1] 

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