Welcome to Scholarly Commons, the institutional repository for Augusta University.
The University Libraries offer advisory support to faculty who want to create open access journal publications or have questions regarding copyright, author rights, and publisher contracts. Individuals may submit scholarly works or departments may submit a collection of works. Additional information about Scholarly Commons can be found on this Research Guide.
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Teaching Matters August 2022Table of Contents: A note from the Vice Provost, Physician Assistant Students Train in Critical Emergency Medicine Skills, Trips to get eyes on the syllabus, Career Services August Events, FYE/SYE Updates, Nearly 50 new international students expected for fall semester, study abroad events
Teaching Matters May 2022Table of Contents: A note from the Vice Provost, Boundless Teaching Awards, ISC Spotlight Mary Margaret Redd, IPSO Relocates to Greenblatt Library, Study Abroad/Away Updates,
Teaching Matters May 2022Table of Contents: A note from the Vice Provost, Innovate 2022, 55 Honors Students Represent AU at Conferences, Validating Research Experience for Undergraduates, How can Career Services Help to Build Learning Outcomes into Career Competencies for Student Success? FYE/SYE Updates
Teaching Matters April 2022Table of Contents: A note from the Vice Provost, 2022 Summer Instructional Development Opportunities, Interdisciplinary Simulation Center Hosts Lakeside Highschool Health Science Day, Virtual Faculty Teaching Workshop, Academic Success Center New Course Offerings, Teaching Asia Across Curriculum Workshop, IPSO Features Dr. Clement Aubert
Teaching Matters March 2022Table of Contents: A note from the Vice Provost, Call for Proposals Education Innovation Fund (EIF) Grant, Boundless Teaching Award Nominations, IPSO clients featured on Jagwire, FYE/SYE Celebrations and Updates, Study Abroad/Away Proposals Due, 2022 Georgia Collegiate Honors Conference, Advising Appointments, Undergraduate Research Week, Career Services March Events