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Dana Forum 2018: Doctors, Medicine, and the Truth

Presentation by: Laura Gleason, Michelle Haykin, Julia LeepLizar, and Katlyn Mayer

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From  Dana Forum on May 14th, 2018 19 plays 0  

Tech Tuesday Spring 2017: Open Education

Dr. Lora Taub-Pervizpour and Jen Jarson present on open education. The ability to create and share academic material online is an ever increasing tool within the higher-ed community.

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From  Instructional Technology Media Services on January 26th, 2017 42 plays 0  

Zoom Tech Tuesday 10/18/2016

There are many possibilities for integrating real-time (synchronous) online communication and collaboration in teaching and learning. For traditional, blended, or online courses, opportunities to…

From  Instructional Technology Media Services on October 20th, 2016 71 plays 0