Protect Yourself from Fraud

Join us in observing National Consumer Protection Week. A representative from  Fairfax County Consumer Affairs will present “Protect Yourself from Fraud” on March 7 from 4 – 5 p.m., 1009 Fenwick Library. The Consumer Affairs Branch mediates and investigates consumer complaints against businesses, tenant-landlord disputes, and cable issues if the transaction occurred in Fairfax County. Services offered by this branch include answering advice inquiries, assisting consumers with pre-purchase information, and community outreach.

For more information, please contact Katara Hofmann, kwright1@gmu.edu, 703-993-9061

SP@RC Your Research!

Scholarly Productions @ the Research Commons (SP@RC) Lab provides point of need assistance for scholars in disseminating their research, regardless of format.  Through workshops and appointments, SP@RC’s goal is to create self-sufficient scholars – able to apply best practices in design and research presentation to their work. Come learn – and do – with us!

For more information, please contact Hannah McLaughlin, hmclaug2@gmu.edu, 703-993-2236.

 

SCRC Exhibit Reception on 2/19

Special Collections Research Center is hosting an exhibit reception for its current display, From Tintypes to .TIFFs – Life through the Lens, on Monday, February 19, 2-4 p.m., 2400 Fenwick Library.  Professor Vanessa Schulman of the History and Art History department will provide remarks about the exhibit, and refershments are provided by Argo Tea.

For more information, contact Liz Beckman, ebeckman@gmu.edu, 703-993-5282

 

Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning

Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning Across Academic Disciplines (George Mason University Press, 2017) explores strategies for online teaching with an emphasis on distinct approaches for different academic disciplines. The book offers innovative, practical and successful teaching tools from Indiana University East faculty in a wide range of disciplines designed to keep students engaged. With detailed examples, charts and rubrics, Best Practices provides faculty members the tools to design better curriculum and enhance online learning for their students.

Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning Across Academic Disciplines. Edited by Ross C. Alexander. Paperback. 300 pages. George Mason University Press. This book can be purchased from Amazon, or from your favorite independent bookseller. George Mason University Press titles are distributed by the University of Virginia Press.

The George Mason University Press supports the academic mission of George Mason University by publishing peer-reviewed, scholarly works of distinction, written by authors from a wide range of intellectual perspectives, for a diverse, worldwide readership. For more information, contact John W. Warren, Director, George Mason University Press and Mason Publishing Group, 703-993-3636, gmupress@gmu.edu