It’s the end of the year, so we’re taking some time to look back at some of 2015’s most-read, most-shared, and most-discussed posts at Engaging Minds, the Cengage Learning blog.

Highlights of 2015, from the Engaging Minds blog

1. 2015 Instructor for a Day Scholarship Contest: Winners

We asked students to show us what they would do to get fellow students engaged and involved in the learning process if they were the Instructor for a Day. See the winning entries, as determined by a public vote!


2. Your Guide to Teaching with Technology in the College Classroom

The “Who Moved My Chalkboard” edtech tips podcast series offers helpful advice for teaching with technology in the college classroom.


3. Top Four Reasons Students Use Their College Library

The college library: a refuge for studying, a resource for research, or a place to relax? See what students said about their use of the college library.


4. Student Perspectives on Community Colleges: Infographic

We surveyed thousands of college students across the country to help us better understand how students live and learn. Learn what students have to say about their perceptions of, and experience at, community colleges.


5. Investigating the Adjunct Instructor Experience

We look at adjunct instructors’ teaching responsibilities and offer tips they can use to get the term off to a successful start.


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