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    Hi Shana, AHA Blended Learning is a great idea and it's important to understand the realities of it before implementation. You are off to a great start by seeking the perspective of other professionals in our field.  I researched this extensively and ...

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    University Recreation and Wellness is seeking candidates for the following positions. Applications for both positions will be accepted through August 26, 2018 and must be submitted through the University of Minnesota employment site ( https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs ...

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    Good Morning, Just a reminder that the deadline(August 22) is coming up for the Facilities Coordinator posting here at Oakland University.  Please share with anyone you feel would be a great fit for this position. Oakland University Recreation and ...

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    UTSA switched to blended learning about a year ago.  Both students and instructors love it.  Feel free to give me a call if you have questions.   ------------------------------ Laura Munroe Director of Campus Recreation The University of Texas at ...

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    Hi Shana,  We use the blended learning for upwards of 700 students a year in the FA/CPR/AED program. We've found the blended learning for the FA/CPR/AED program to be an awesome adventure! Here are a few things we love about it:  The students and ...

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    Regarding funds requests, at CWU we used a Qualtrics Survey, required the student applicant to write a cover letter emphasizing why this opportunity is important and relevant to their growth, and then a recommendation letter from their supervisor (professional ...

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