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University of Richmond CTLT Liaisons
Muse Library Blog at Richmond School of Law
Erik Nielson
Geography of the James (Earth Lodge)
"The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. " -Chris McCandless in a letter to mentor Ron Franz
SPCS Pedagogy Community
A community of practice centered on teaching adults
Richmond Writing
the University of Richmond Writing Center's blog, a resource for all things related to writing.
Leadership Speculations
By Sandra J. Peart, Dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies
Richmond Law Career Development Office
Neuroscience of Photography
Watching the Wire: Urban America, Race, and Television
Pollock Research Lab
Richmond Journal of Law and Technology
The first exclusively online law review.
Jepson Shakespeare Project Production Blog
As a class, we will be putting on a low-budget production of a Shakespeare play, working with several Jepson Community Partners throughout the semester. The class will be divided into groups, with one section of the play given to each group (each section will be roughly equal in length). Each group will be assigned a cast of junior high or high school-age students from one of our Community Partners. Each group is responsible for helping their cast put on a production of their assigned act, in conjunction with the other four groups from class. At the end of the Project, the casts will come to UR to perform their acts (in order). Their families, Jepson students and faculty/staff, and other UR faculty and students will be invited to attend.
Olympics Compliance Task Force
Heroes: What They Do & Why We Need Them
A Commentary on Today's Heroes
Corrina Waxman
Media Production Coordinator / Fine Arts Liaison for the Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology

Paul Achter
Department of Rhetoric and Communication Studies
Downey Group
Playing at Leadership: Games, Gaming, & Leadership Studies
"Reality, unlike games, is broken." - Jane McGonigal
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