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October 2022 Faculty Forum on instructing, inspiring, and supporting our students - Summary Video from Dr. Andy

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the October 21, 2022 Faculty Forum on supporting our students. Please enjoy the brief 5-minute summary of what we heard from you during the event and the full…

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SITT 2022: Utilizing Low-Stakes Formative Assessment to Invite Students Back into the Classroom by Debbie Fetter

Includes a short review of Day 1 and preview of Day 2 from Dr. Andy Jones. Presentation begins at 9:14. When we transitioned back to in-person teaching, many of us adopted modes of delivery to…

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SITT 2022: Poetry reading by Dr. Andy

Enjoy the reading of Dr. Andy's SITT 2022 poem.

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SITT 2022: Using Gradescope to bring some of the features of online tests into in-person exams by Victoria Cross

Many of our students prefer the allure of remote exams - the promise of open-book, open-notes, open-google. However, much of the material our students need to master requires serious study and…

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SITT 2022: Using the diverse question types in iClicker to engage students in the classroom by Whitney Duim

Many of us are familiar with the multiple choice classroom polling possible with iClicker, but iClicker Cloud also allows for students to respond to multiple answer (“select all that…

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SITT 2022: Frequent student presentations in a technology-enhanced classroom (Walker 1330) by Susan Gentry

An interactive classroom, Walker 1330, was leveraged to provide frequent formative feedback on quarter-long group projects in an upper-division engineering course. Student groups would periodically…

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A conversation about inclusive teaching and learning with DJ Quinn: A SITT 2022 interview with Dr. Andy Jones

DJ Quinn of the University Writing Program shares his philosophy of teaching student-centric classes, using Zoom and other tools to include students who are challenged by the ongoing pandemic and by…

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Storer Lecture - Brian Dewsbury - April 13, 2022

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Storer Lecture - Brian Dewsbury - April 12, 2022

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DOLCE - March 4, 2022 - Faculty presentations on privacy, accessibility, and engagement

ATS' March 4th DOLCE (Discussing Online Learning and Collaborative Education) meeting featured faculty and staff presenting on instructional technology and pedagogy topics. Lisa Rapalyea of…

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Clip of HSI Summit Pt. 1 - "Teaching AI + DS Concepts" (1 hr 20 min 5 sec)

HSI Summit Pt. 1 - A Cal to Action + AI EducationSession: Teaching AI + DS Concepts Length: 1 hr 20 min 5 secModerator: Dr. Ann Gates, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, University of Texas-El Paso,…

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Faculty Forum - October 15, 2021 - Of Mics and Masks

All of us are masked in the classroom this fall, and some of us are using microphones to compensate for the potential muffling, breathing, and projection challenges that accompany masks. For this…

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HDE 104 Lecture recording - October 14th 2021, 12:15:23 pm

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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 - Day 1 Welcome & Keynote: A Better World on the Other Side: A Few Lessons from Teaching in a Pandemic

**Keynote begins at 14:30** Bettina Ng'weno At the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020, we were struck by the glaring inequalities made visible by Covid 19. At the university level,…

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