Author Archive

Using Multimedia Resources to Personalize Historical Perspective

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When working with historical artifacts students try to relate to the piece from within the context of its time. This can be challenging to do, however C3 Post-Doctoral Fellow in Theatre, Nathaniel Nesmith… Read More

Learning within a teacher community

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Do you remember that feeling when you first walk into a class outside your comfort zone? Do you remember that exact moment when you feel your muscles tense and you wonder whether you’re… Read More

Sharing our Flipped Classroom Practice – Brown Bag Lunches

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This week the flipped classroom community of practice is excited to share the work of four faculty members. We invite you to join us as they explain and demonstrate their work and workflow… Read More

Support for Flipped Classrooms – Brown Bag Lunch

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Date: March 25, 2016 Join us as we discuss the many components and supports that are available for creating a flipped classroom. If you have specific questions please email them ahead of time… Read More

Brown Bag Lunch: Student Considerations for Flipped Classrooms – March 15th

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Date & Time: Tuesday March 15, 12 – 1:30 Location: CTLR Lounge Over j-term a small group of faculty who are working on creating flipped classroom videos met to discuss their methods, questions… Read More

Using Animation to Explain

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Some course concepts can be trickier for students to understand than others. These “muddy points” are often the areas where technology provides us with some tools that can approach the content from a… Read More

Poster Printing in the Wilson Media Lab

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At a certain point in the semester the digital media tutors and I begin to develop a love/hate relationship with our plotter. Everyone loves the ability to create and print large scale graphic representations of our work but we hate the error messages, ink stripes, and “Plotter is down” signs on the doorway to the lab. […]

Summer Help with Media Projects for Your Courses

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Over the course of the summer the library employs, trains, and mentors students as they assist faculty with various digital projects. If you are interested in receiving assistance with a digital project this… Read More

Using Timelines to Help Create Context for Learning

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Think back to the most confusing learning experience of your life. Did you feel like you understood the context of what you were learning? When Assistant Professor of Physics Michael Durst began teaching… Read More

How Questions Guide Learning

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As Assistant Professor of Biology and Neuroscience Glen Ernstrom read articles about the effectiveness of active learning activities in the sciences he began to consider how he could integrate some of this teaching… Read More

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