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Warrior Faculty Lounge

Warrior Faculty Lounge

For more teaching resources, please visit Warrior Faculty Lounge on Blackboard. Here you can:

  • Learn best practices for taking your course online.
  • Find refresher courses on how to use Blackboard and its tools.


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If you have any questions about the Warrior Faculty Lounge, please contact:

Mary Elizabeth Graham


Mary Beth Graham

Director of eLearning Pedagogy
phone: 260.422.5561, ext.2619



Institutional Review Board

Institutional Review Board

The Institutional Review Board at Indiana Tech ensures the ethical treatment of human subject research that is conducted at the institution and/or by Indiana Tech faculty, staff, and students. At the web page below, you can find the following items:
  • The purpose of the IRB and application review process
  • The IRB application and all required forms for research
  • FAQs regarding human subject research
  • The IRB members
AACU Rubrics

AACU Rubrics

Association for American Colleges and Universities (AACU) has developed rubrics for a variety of learning outcomes. They cover the following content:

  • Inquiry and Analysis
  • Critical Thinking
  • Creative Thinking
  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Reading
  • Quantitative Literacy
  • Information Literacy
  • Teamwork
  • Problem Solving
  • Civic Engagement – Local and Global
  • Intercultural Knowledge and Competence
  • Ethical Reasoning
  • Foundations and Skills for Lifelong Learning
  • Global Learning
  • Integrative Learning

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Assessment Institute Session Recordings
LEAP (Liberal Education and America’s Promise) resources

The acronym LEAP stands for Liberal Education and America’s Promise and the organization “seeks to create and support connections among diverse faculty from across all Indiana colleges and universities who are passionate about teaching the exploration of innovative pedagogies”.  You can learn more about the organization at its website,, with specific categories entitled “Events”, “Faculty Resources”, and “Initiatives”.

There are monthly events called “4th Monday Webinars”.  The virtual events are held from 12:30 to 1:30 every fourth Monday of the month and the website has a library of recorded sessions from previous sessions from which to browse.  Just go to to access these recorded sessions.

If you want to contribute your expertise by leading a webinar of your own, go to and submit a proposal.