This group will interact with ideas revolving around the movement of institutionalized learning progressing from Industrialized to that of Post-Industrial view of teaching and learning.
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This group was created for Avila Advantage students and faculty who would like to exchange and support each other in learning.
This group provides access to department forums to exchange information as well as access to important program content and calendars.
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An adhoc learning community to promote information exchange and inquiry in Educational Research.
This is an informal community where you can connect with other students in your class, ask questions and share information about Avila and issues impacting you. This site will be available to you all four years […]
This group is for students in the field of education who want to exchange information and learn about various writing strategies.
As Avila’s student-based Writing Center, we are available to help you with all your writing needs, from brainstorming to organization to final polish. Located in the Learning Commons and Hooley Bundschu Library, t […]
This group will provide a website and interaction between the committee and applicants.
Academic Council for Information Resources
This group is private for IT Services and members who staff the Avila University help desk. Use this link to see a public version of our blog where we post helpful IT information, system status, and access to […]
In this group, psychology researchers can recruit participants, and students can find studies to participate in.
Campus Ministry affirms the values and vision of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, striving to assist and promote the spiritual development of members of the Avila community, especially students through […]
This group is your chance to participate in the ongoing, joy filled celebration of Statistics – The Beautiful Science. The math, logic and calculations are beautiful in and of themselves but the real beauty of […]
Group for the Religious Studies and Philosophy Faculty
This is a private group for development of the ID and T website.
About The Habits Project…
This private group was formerly known as Instructional Resources and is now named Instructional Technology. The group is an internal Information Services functional team that collaborates with the ACIR and other […]
A place to collaborate on the future of literacy in the Learning Commons.
New York historian Stephen T. Casper asks the question, ”Why should academics blog?” This group will share information, commentary, and research to support both sides of the conversation. The intent is to begin […]