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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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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: Flipped lecture videos and effects on active learning by Julia Chamberlain

Includes a welcome message for SITT 2022 participants from Dr. Andy Jones. Presentation begins at 10:55. What happens when an instructor moves part of their lecture material to online videos in…

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Faculty Forum on Teaching with Lecture Capture -- Summary video from Dr. Andy

Thank you for joining us for our Faculty Forum about Lecture Capture on January 21st, 2022. Please enjoy the brief 5-minute summary of what we heard from you during the event and also the full event…

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Faculty Forum - January 21, 2022

We had a lively Faculty Forum about effective uses of Academic Technology Service’s Classroom Lecture Capture service. For those unfamiliar with this service, Lecture Capture is available on…

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SITT 2021 - Learning from Remote Instruction: A Student’s Perspective

Jeanette Ruiz We’ve been quick to try and make sense of the changes brought upon by remote teaching. While we know how these changes have impacted our teaching and work flow, we’re not…

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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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SITT 2021 - Conversion of PLS006 to PLS006V into online asynchronous format

Heiner Lieth This talk presents various facets of converting a high-enrollment course about flowers (PLS006) into a version that can be delivered entirely as asynchronous online. Presentation…

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Navigating your ESM108 Canvas and Online Resources

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Introduction to Central Dogma lecture

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Welcome to class

This is an introductory lecture to BIT001 Spring Quarter 2020

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HYD143: Chapter 1- Introduction to Hydrology and Ecology, Part 1

This first presentation introduces the course goals, teaching philosophy, and syllabus using a 24-minute video.

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Final Lecture - Intro to Research Methods - Simine Vazire - UC Davis, Fall 2019

Final Lecture - Intro to Research Methods - Simine Vazire - UC Davis, Fall 2019

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