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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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A Conversation about Purposeful and Effective Teaching with Joe Anistranski: A SITT 2022 Interview with Dr. Andy Jones

Dr. Joe Anistranski, a lecturer in Human Ecology who recently left UC Davis for the greener pastures of Portland, Maine, titled his talk "Four Years, No Scantrons: A Retrospective." In this…

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A Conversation about Teaching Distributed Workshops with Tim Hyde: A SITT 2022 Interview with Dr. Andy

Art Studio assistant professor Timothy Hyde uses Otter.ai, an audio transcription app supercharged by artificial intelligence, to recognize individual voices and record student workshop conversations…

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A Conversation about Sustaining Some Remote Teaching Techniques with Mark Verbitsky: A SITT 2022 Interview with Dr. Andy

Mark Verbitsky is an Assistant Professor of Teaching in the Political Science department, teaching classes on constitutional law and American political theory. Among his pedagogical interests are…

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