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ATS Ed Tech Week Webinar: Managing AggieVideo inside Canvas

Watch this 60 minute webinar on how to manage your AggieVideo content inside of Canvas

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SITT 2022: Post-Pandemic Hybrid Learning: Balancing Presence and Flexibility by Kory Lawson Ching and Sabina Simon

In this talk, presenters will share some highlights and key takeaways from an ongoing study on student experiences and perceptions of hybrid (or "blended") writing courses at UC Davis.…

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SITT 2022: The Collaborative Syllabus by HJ Hether

The Collaborative Syllabus: Unmuting Students by Inviting them into Course Design In collaborative syllabus-building the term begins with an unfinished syllabus in which students are invited to…

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SITT 2022: Creating an online asynchronous module to complement professional student literature searching and critical evaluation for Case-based Learning by Cecilia Giulivi, Stanley Marks, and Erik Fausak

To emphasize professional students’ ability to retrieve and critically appraise information sources in the model of Problem-based and Case-based Learning, the UC Davis School of Veterinary…

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SITT 2022: Open Pedagogy & Publishing: Student-Authored OER by Sheena Campbell

Open educational resources (OER) is learning content licensed for revision and reuse, enabling instructors to design course content that is timely, topical, and relevant to our students while meeting…

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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: Comparison of Fully immersive VR, Desktop VR, and PowerPoint in Food Microbiology Laboratory Instruction by Luxin Wang and Fei Xue

To investigate how Virtual Reality (VR) benefits laboratory course teaching, we designed a VR-based lecture for the food microbiology laboratory course and compared its instructional effectiveness…

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2022 School of Education Student Speaker - Stacy Wittstock - June 8th

Stacy Nicole Wittstock, candidate for the degree of PhD, gives the student address at the School of Education graduation at the Robert & Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts on the UC…

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Becoming Global Aggies

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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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To the Department of Political Science Class of 2022

Congratulations graduates!

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DOLCE on The Article 26 Backpack™ and Methods on Adapting Textbook Content to Video Lectures - Summary Video from Dr. Andy

Here is a quick 5-minute recap of the last DOLCE, from Friday, June 3rd, for the 2021-2022 school year along with the recording of the full event for your viewing pleasure.

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Advance 2022: Discussion and Closing Remarks

ADV-001 Lecture 2022-05-21 at 08:45

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Advance 2022: Luis Carvajal-Carmona (Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine), "The need to diversify DNA databases and precision medicine tools: implications for advancing health equity"

ADV-001 Lecture 2022-05-21 at 08:45

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Advance 2022: Chen-Nee Chuah (Electrical and Computer Engineering), "Experimental Data Science in Large-Scale Networks and Accessible Smart Health Systems"

ADV-001 Lecture 2022-05-21 at 08:45

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506 Blake

This interview is with Robert Blake, Professor and Chair Emeritus of Spanish and Portuguese. He was appointed in 1992 and retired in 2020. Bob’s research interests include Spanish…

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