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Invitation to join a new Commons group on teaching remotely

1 reply, 1 voice Last updated by  Anne Donlon 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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    Anne Donlon
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    @adonlon

    Hello, all,

    I\’m writing to invite you to join a new group on MLA Commons: Teaching Remotely. The group was created to provide a space for MLA members to build collective resources, share their experiences with one another, and ask questions about teaching remotely.

    I thought that members of this Commons group may be interested in—and would have a lot of valuable perspectives to bring to—this new group.

    Open to all MLA members, you just need to be logged in to MLA Commons to join the group. Here are some ways to contribute to the group\’s sense of community:

    • Reply to or create discussion topics.
    • Upload syllabi, teaching materials, or other related scholarship to the CORE repository and share them with the group.
    • Subscribe to get e-mail notifications when there is group activity.
    • Let other MLA members know about the group.

     

    I hope to see you there! (And with apologies for cross-posting!)

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    Anne Donlon
    Participant
    @adonlon

    Apologies for the additional message. For some reason, the link broke in my original message. Here is the correct link: https://mla.hcommons.org/groups/teaching-remotely/.

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