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Carl Hoagland Receives President’s Award for Innovative Teaching

Last Updated: August 29, 2013

hoaglandc-awardCarl Hoagland was one of five UMSL faculty members honored by the University of Missouri Board of Curators and UM System President Timothy M. Wolfe on June 13. Hoagland (on right in photo with UM System President Wolfe) received the President’s Award for Innovative Teaching. Hoagland is the Emerson Electric Endowed Professor of Teaching and Learning and consistently brings his vision for creating a technologically engaged campus to life. He has developed numerous educational programs using technology to maximize the learning experience. Hoagland created the E. Desmond Lee Technology and Learning Center, a technology-enriched computing center offering individual workstations, as well as UMSL’s Second Life Writing Center, a virtual tutoring and learning space, which includes an Internet-based virtual environment for children with disabilities. (Link to full story)


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