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The ILN, together with the National League for Nursing, 
is the voice of nursing education today.

The ILN works towards improving nursing education and practice by:
     Providing a network for collaboration
     Providing information regarding upcoming educational opportunities for nurse       
         educators
     Providing scholarships and grants annually to faculty and students

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Applying Learning Equity Strategies in Your Courses

November 5, 2020 - 6 to 8 pm Central

(will be archived for future viewing without CE option - contact cjbooth@dmacc.edu for webinar link)

The purpose of this workshop is to assist instructors in addressing these equity issues.

Following the conclusion of this presentation the participants will:

  1. Identify and list ways to manage bias, assumptions and institutional barriers that negatively impact learners' motivation, opportunities and achievement.
  2. Explain strategies for using evidence-based rubrics and practices to address learning equity issues
  3. Identify ways to adjust instructions, materials, activities and/or assignments to increase the learning equity in their classes
Facilitator: Kevin Kelly, EdD
Online instructor, San Francisco State University; lead author of 
Advancing Online Teaching: Creating Equity-Based Digital Learning Environments 




Scholarship Recipients 2020

Jennifer Wing, Mercy College of Health Sciences: Professional Development Grant for 2020 NLN Summit

JoAnne Olsen Mercy College of Health Sciences: Professional Development Grant for CNE preparation and CNE certification 

Johanna Rubble, Unity Point - Des Moines: Nurse Tim Nurse Educator Scholarship towards her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Grand Canyon University


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