Monthly Archives: May 2016

Docendo Discimus: The Importance of Lifelong Learning

Are you a lifelong learner? Over the years, lifelong learning has come to refer to various opportunities for learning from informal settings to formal institutions, from personal areas of interests to professional training. So many of our adult students are lifelong learners. Likewise, all of our adjuncts should be lifelong learners. A goal for life […]

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Light in the Darkness

I’m one of those people who want to see God and be able to explain Him through anything handy. In reading Pilgrim’s Progress years ago, I was captivated by many things, but in particular by “Interpreter.” A fire sparked in me yearning for the ability to use common surroundings to clarify the Person and truths […]

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Changing Tracks

A Christian University in a Secular Culture Changing Tracks A few years ago, my wife and I traveled from Paris to Madrid.  We’ve always loved the European trains.   They are quick, clean, and on time.  On our first 14-hour trip to Madrid, something very surprising happened.   We had our own sleeper room and were sound […]

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Q&A with Terry Bell

What do you do here at OKWU? I am an adjunct faculty member here. I love teaching and I teach at several other colleges and universities. I guess I am retired. I was a Senior Pastor for 45 years. I’ve been an adjunct somewhere during that entire time. I love to teach. What do you […]

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Transition to Brightspace

Last week, the university Cabinet officially approved a proposal to change learning management systems from Blackboard to Brightspace by D2L. That transition process will officially begin July 1 of this year, allowing for a full year of overlap between the two systems. Our contract with Blackboard expires in June 2017 and we will be completely […]

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