Johns Hopkins Teaching and Learning Centers

Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Whiting School of Engineering
Center for Educational Resources
Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology
School of Medicine Institute for Excellence in Education
School of Medicine Office of Academic Technology
School of Education Center for Technology in Education
School of Nursing Office of Teaching Excellence
School for Advanced International Studies Academic Affiars/Academic Technology @ SAIS
Advanced Academic Programs Instructional Resource Center
Engineering Professional Programs Instructional Technology/Distance Learning

Other Johns Hopkins Technology Contacts

IT@JH Office of Academic Technologies
Instructional Technology Facilities at Homewood
Digital Media Center at
Center for Talented Youth

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  1. Hello there!

    It’s a short note from Lale Byquist! I study media communications at Trinity University, Texas, and I’m curious about everything around me, and I’ve created site. I also love the educational process, so I read your website from time to time. I also believe that I have some post pitches that might be interesting for your target audience!

    Here’s what I have in my head:

    1. The Art of Collaboration to Overcome the Fear of Speaking in Public
    Teaching how to collaborate is important for the future life. Moreover, it can help to overcome the fear of speaking in public which is so widespread among people.

    2. 7 Ways to Help Students Get Ready for the Adult Life
    Being a teacher is not just about delivering info on different subjects; it’s about helping students become better. There are some things to teach in college.

    3. 6 Challenges Most Students Face and How to Overcome Them
    The educational process is a hard thing to do and it can lead to difficulties. Thus, you’d better know these challenges in advance to help students prevent them.

    If something works well for you, drop me a line, and I would be happy to write more about it!


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