Rachel Theilheimer and Joe Ugoretz (Borough of Manhattan Community College) recently completed a digital portfolio documenting their collective analysis of student work. The portfolio, Looking at Learning, Looking Together, outlines the nature of their collaboration (despite being in different disciplines) and what they learned from looking at student evidence together. More »
Familiarize yourself with the work of the VKP
by exploring the following sections of our site:
gain an overview
of the project, including current news and the "project today"
learn about the topics which have emerged from and
across the work of faculty in the project
meet the people and campuses involved in the VKP
and find links to electronic posters describing VKP research projects
explore online resource kits in the scholarship
of teaching and learning, journals and an online glossary in the scholarship
of teaching and learning
log in to the various online tools and discussion
space for VKP participants
What is the VKP? The Visible Knowledge Project (VKP) is a five-year project aimed at improving
the quality of college and university teaching through a focus on both
student learning and faculty development in technology-enhanced environments.
The Project involves over 70 faculty from 21 campuses nationwide. Read
more . . .