The Yearbook is a project we are fond of at Horizons University: it allows all contributors – students, alumni and faculty members – to speak up and share their academic and professional experiences while acting as a repository of the institution’s life every single year.
In a few months, Horizons University will publish the 2015 Yearbook. Each year, students, alumni and faculty members are encouraged to contribute to the writing and this year is no exception.
The 2015 theme is: “Ways to teach, ways to learn”.
We would like to know more about YOUR ways! How do you see teaching and/or learning? Is there only one way? What would you like to see implemented in our teaching approach? How do you think you can improve your learning experience? Why did you choose on-campus/online studies? Any useful and practical tips you would like to share with your peers, students or faculty members, to achieve?
Are you ready to submit your contribution? Here are a few useful guidelines and ideas you may want to focus on:
DBA students are free to write an article related to their thesis, if they so wish. Why did you choose that specific subject? What is the best book in your bibliography and why? What recommendations would you like to share with your peers? Any research or writing tips?
MAIED students learn International Education and might want to write a page about education (learning and teaching) in the future and across boundaries and cultures – what would the future world of education look like?
All students, alumni and faculty members are invited to write an article and should feel free to use their imagination and creativity!
Submissions can also include visual supports such as drawings, graphics (mindmap anyone?) and pictures for example; texts should be between 1 and 2 pages long (APA style), in .doc or compatible format and must be sent to the Yearbook Coordinator, Mr. Bertrand Delaruelle.
We are looking forward to reading your articles and welcoming your contributions to the 2015 Horizons University Yearbook!