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AI Speaker Series: ChatGPT, Large Language Models & Their Real-World Applications

An interactive discussion on generative AI (genAI) and the real-world applications of large language models, ChatGPT, and other genAI tools, led by the Information Technology Services team in the…

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Explore: Core Competencies Assessment.

This video is part of the A.C.T. Assessment Course developed by the Center for Educational Effectiveness. A.C.T. is a fully asynchronous, self-paced course open to all UC Davis faculty, instructors,…

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POD Center Journal Club 1-23-2023: Importance of Sexed Language

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HDE 131 Lecture 1.3 Recording - June 22nd 2022, 12:17:22 pm

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HDE 131 Lecture 1.3. Part I

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Ty Beal IGN Seminar 2.23.22

Lancet Adolescent Nutrition Series Paper 2: Food Choice in Transition: Adolescent Autonomy, Agency, and the Food Environment

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HDE 104 Lecture recording - September 28th 2021, 12:09:24 pm

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UFWH 2021 - Jess Gerrior_Eating Change_ A Critical Autoethnography of Community Gardening and Cultivating Identity in Food Systems

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env200c - logic models for policy analysis

How to make a logic model to support and inform your analysis

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ENV200C Writing a conclusion

Guidance for writing the conclusion to your strategy memo

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ECS 120 4b:4 right-regular versus left-regular grammars

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ECS 120 4b:1 RRGs can simulate DFAs example

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ECS 120 2b:4 right-regular grammars

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ECS 120 2b:3 formal definition of CFG semantics

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ECS 120 2b:1 CFG introduction

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BEAM: A Tool for Academic Writing

This video introduces BEAM as a way to think about purposeful source use in academic writing. BEAM is an acronym for Background, Exhibit, Argument, and Method sources.

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