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1.17.24 Jennie Davis, IGN Seminar, CONSORT Guidelines Paper Discussion

Perspective: Peer Evaluation of Recommendations for CONSORT Guidelines for Randomized Control Trials in Nutrition

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Dr. Andy Jones' Preview Video for the November 2023 Faculty Forum on Teaching with Artificial Intelligence

Watch the full recording of the event.

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Andy Jones previews the October 2023 Faculty Forum with Jenae Cohn

Andy Jones previews the October 2023 Faculty Forum with Jenae Cohn, Executive Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at UC Berkeley. Enjoy the full recording of Dr. Cohn and others…

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SITT 2023 - Tell Me a Story: Case Study Teaching in Science Utilizing Poll Everywhere, a Real-Time Student Response System by Sara Dye

This talk was given at the 2023 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology. Teaching via case studies is a form of storytelling, which puts information into a real-world scenario that promotes…

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SITT 2023 - Using technology to foster a class learning community by Mark Verbitsky

This talk was given at the 2023 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology. I will begin the workshop by presenting a pedagogical framework for understanding the social, emotional, and intellectual…

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SITT 2023 - Comparing Discussion Platforms for Student Engagement by Debbie Fetter

This talk was given at the 2023 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology. Discussion platforms are often used to help assist with questions, create course engagement, and foster community. Piazza…

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HDE 131 Spring Quarter Lecture 1.1

HDE 131: Thriving Across the Lifespan - Lecture 1.1 This is first lecture in the HDE 131 course. Topics covered include: introduction to the teaching team syllabus & course overview in-class,…

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March DOLCE with two faculty presentations on teaching with ChatGPT - Summary video by Dr. Andy Jones

A preview of a March 3, 2023 DOLCE featuring talks by Andrea Ross and Lisa Sperber from the University Writing Program about teaching with ChatGPT. Please also review the full recording.

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Stage 6 Part 3: Communicating Results

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DOLCE - February 3, 2023 - Opportunities and Challenges of Flipping a Course

Before the pandemic made Zoom ubiquitous and home-recorded instructional videos commonplace, our colleague from Mathematics, Joseph Biello, had started sharing what he calls “really clear…

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ATS Ed Tech Week and Ed Tech Spotlight Series Webinar: Getting Started with Piazza

Recording of ATS Ed Tech Week webinar, "Getting Started with Piazza" from January 11, 2023 For more Ed Tech Week resources please visit the Ed Tech Week section of The Wheel, our…

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Jason Liu 2022 WAC - Forage Trade Perspectives Panel

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Sizing up the Situation: Leveraging PlayPosit Data & Analytics to Support Learners (for the Ed Tech Spotlight Series)

Recorded Thursday, December 8, 2022 Watch this recording inside PlayPosit for an interactive table of contents. Find information about the other workshops in the Ed Tech Spotlight Series. Do you…

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Residency Experiences: A Supportive Environment: Dr. Kelly O'Connell and Asst. Professor Dr. Kriti Gwal

Resident Kelly O'Connell talks about how she was supported by the UC Davis Radiology residency program and faculty when she was pregnant during her first year of residency.

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DOLCE - October 7, 2022 - Faculty presentations on dual mode instruction and a podcast project

Our first fall event, a DOLCE meeting that took place this coming Friday, October 7, at noon via Zoom, featured four speakers, two of them faculty. Ian Korf, Professor of Molecular and Cellular…

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SITT 2022: Freeing Up Space to Make a Large Lecture Engaging by Alisa Shubb

In this talk Dr. Alisa Shubb shares her two-part strategy to increase student engagement in large lecture classes. We examined some of the unique opportunities a live event presents and how she has…

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