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Introducing the Service Hub

The Service Hub unites IET's support tools in one place.

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Natural Language Processing with Python (3-part series) – Part 3 of 3 – 2022-05-27

This three-part workshop series introduces participants to natural language processing (NLP) with Python. It builds on our text mining series, "Getting Started with Textual Data," by…

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Work-Life Skills for the New World of Work 060722

“The only constant is change”. Yes, we know. That doesn’t make it always easy or pleasant! The last 2 years have brought fast, interconnected changes that we were not expecting.…

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Section 5 (1/7/2022)

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Faculty Forum - November 19, 2021 - Canvas course site design: Sharing and hearing Canvas adventures

During our…

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Tea Tables in Harlot's Progress

Bethany Qualls, PhD candidate in English Literature takes us on a tour of engravings involving tea tables from the 18th British text by William Hogarth, "A Harlot's Progress". From…

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LAT1 Sec 2 10-20 Recording

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DOLCE - October 1, 2021 - Benefits and Applications of Mobile Learning at Four UC Campuses

We enjoyed a presentation from a team that has been doing research since 2017 on mobile learning, which might be defined as anything done on a mobile device (including smartphones, tablets, and…

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SITT 2021 - From Remote to Live: What Lessons should We Carry Forward?

**Faculty Talk begins at 14:45** Mark Verbitsky In this workshop, we will identify practices we adopted during remote teaching and plan to bring back to our in-person classes. We will focus on how…

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SITT 2021 - Technologies to Advance Anti-racist Teaching

Kem Saichaie, Michelle Rossi, and Cecilia Gomez Technology can play a central role in the advancement of anti-racist teaching practices. In this session, participants will review the Community of…

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SITT 2021 - Using Canvas and Gradescope as tools in the Building of Equity and Inclusion in the Large Classroom

Janine Wilson In the Fall of 2020, I taught four courses and created new assessments for each. My presentation will discuss key innovations in assessments given the various course levels and sizes…

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Career Resilience in Turbulent Times 4.1.20

Our current environment of uncertainty and change can trigger anxiety about what the future holds for our jobs and career development. While this can feel overwhelming, you can take steps to build…

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CEE Graduate Student Workshop - Developing a Diversity Statement for Academic Job Applications

This Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) workshop took place on August 4, 2021: In recent years, diversity statements have become prerequisites for many positions on the academic job market.…

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CEE Graduate Student Workshop - Developing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy for Academic Job Applications

This Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) workshop took place on July 23, 2021:Why do you teach? How do you teach? How do you measure your effectiveness? Most academic job applications require…

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Kirin Tsuei, MS RD, "The Entrepreneur's Journey from Davis to Asia!"

April 16, 2021 The Entrepreneur's Journey from Davis to Asia! Kirin Tsuei, MS RD Cofounder, CTO Sophie’s BioNutrients, Singapore

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Aki Chaffin, 2020 Hertzendorf Award winner: "A year of COVID-19: a graduate student’s perspective"

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