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Participate in the Objectives and Outcomes of Regent's Quality Enhancement Plan to create Globally Competent Christian Leaders.
Regent University aspires to become a leading resource of Christ-centered global thought and action. This website and the annual global roundtable are designed to help increase expertise in global competence and spur dialogue, collaboration, and scholarly research in global teaching and learning. Faculty members are encouraged to integrate these and other global resources into the curriculum of academic programs.
CTL organized this year's roundtable website around the four distinct student learning outcomes for our QEP:
See and Connect: You will find links that will let you see more of the Latino population in the USA and familiarize you with the country's largest and fastest growing minority group. You will find video clips and articles on Hispanics growing influence in the U.S. [See pages], and options to connect with them.
Learn: With this year's roundtable focus being Information Literacy, Regent Library was instrumental in adding content to the Living Latino Learn pages. In these pages you'll find a video by Dean Sara Baron which gives an excellent overview of what Information Literacy is. There is a link to an excellent summary, written by Associate Librarian Harold Henkel, of what the Regent Library is doing to empower students and faculty in global information literacy. Our Librarian, Georgianne Bordner, provided two excellent resources: A Bibliography of Hispanic Resources at Regent and A Guide to Spanish and Hispanic Resources at Regent.
Lead: The Lead pages of the website focus on Christian leadership through networking, mentoring and developing others in a Latino context. On the Lead page you will find on various URLs and videos as suggested venues for the Regent community to lead within and alongside the Latino community.
Submit your questions about this website or additional edits you feel are needed to CTL.