Experimenting with Google Sheets and Google Forms as a tracking system for contract grading

Hi there! In this blog post, I’ll be describing my Fall 2023 Digital Fellows project. If you are interested in engagement-based grading contracts, ungrading approaches, or useful applications of Google Sheets and Google Forms, you’re in the right place! background After multiple semesters of considering it, and lots of advice from folks on campus who

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AI Literacy for Students and Faculty: Curating Resources During a “Seismic Shift” in Artificial Intelligence

Kat O’MearaDirector of WAC, Assistant Professor of English This blog post shares a semester-long inquiry into finding and curating AI resources that meet the needs of both faculty and students. It will recount everything I did—researching, presenting, attending—as well as the deliverables that I am in the process of creating. It also shares, based on

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“MEH” TO “MAGNIFICENT” : MAXIMIZING YOUR MOODLE EXPERIENCE!

MONDAYS – SUMMER 2023 Have you wanted to take a closer look at Moodle or increase your skill to better serve your students and teaching experience? Join Molly to bring your Moodle from “Meh” to “Magnificent!” During these casual sessions, Molly will go through topics such as: Template Options to aid with organization, Taking a

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Use of 3D Printing to Enhance Biology Education and Research

3D printing is a revolutionary technology with many applications in education and science. Several biology faculty have personal experience using filament based FDM 3D printers and have used these to build functional parts like microscope mounts for helping students use their phones for recording observations when using microscopes as well as parts to fix research

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E-learning Development to Support Outside Learning and a Flipped Classroom

Introduction While online learning can be used exclusively for a course and in-person learning can be used exclusively for a course, E-learning and in-person learning do not have to be mutually exclusive. E-learning can be used to supplement a course that is an in-person learning course. This blog post will attempt to describe efforts in

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