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Golf Cart Pedagogy - Episode 2 - "Why Not Make?"

Episode 2 is here and just in time for Graduation 2019. Join Tony Dalton, Digital Cultures Media Technologist as he hosts this ride-a-long interview with graduating senior Anthony Fillis, Class of…

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Election Series 2019: Why Liberalism Failed—but Is Conservatism the Answer?

Patrick J. Deneen is the author of “Why Liberalism Failed” (Yale University Press, 2018), which has been reviewed by dozens of major media outlets including The New York Times, Washington…

From  Jeffrey Yorgey 4 Months ago 36 views 0  

Alumni Weekend 2018: Alumni Cabaret

Members of The Fishbowl Collective (theatre and dance alumni group) present Sink or Swim!

From  Jeffrey Yorgey 8 Months ago 15 views 0  

Center for Ethics: James Hansen “Global Energy, Climate and Health: Young People’s Burdens and Opportunities”

A climatologist, activist, and one of the first to study global climate change, Hansen directs the Program on Climate Science, Awareness, and Solutions at Columbia University’s Earth Institute.…

From  Jeffrey Yorgey 9 Months ago 207 views 0  

Dana Forum 2018: Doctors, Medicine, and the Truth

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

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From  Jeffrey Yorgey A year ago 16 views 0  

Tech Tuesday Spring 2017: "Domain of One's Own"

Lora Taub-Pervizpour and Tim Clarke review the Domain's initiative on campus. Hosting research or creative material on your own domain is a great way to connect with your audience. Examples of…

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From  Jeffrey Yorgey 2 Years ago 17 views 0  

Tech Tuesday Spring 2017: Qualtrics

Tim Clarke demonstrates the power survey tool, Qualtrics. This online tool can be integrated into Canvas and is proposed to take the place of popular survey-making sites like Survey Monkey.

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From  Jeffrey Yorgey 2 Years ago 19 views 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  Jeffrey Yorgey 2 Years ago 34 views 0  

Tech Tuesday Fall 2016: Scalar and Omeka

Lora Taub-Pervizpour, Jordan Noyes, Susan Falciani present use cases for online applications Scalar and Omeka. This presentation is accompanied by current student, Jazzy Pignatello class of '17.

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From  Jeffrey Yorgey 2 Years ago 41 views 0  

Tech Tuesday Fall 2016: Shared Shelf

Susan Falciani and Lora Taub-Pervizpour dive into the details of Shared Shelf. This online platform hosts a vast array of digital material from many colleges and universities.

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From  Jeffrey Yorgey 2 Years ago 15 views 0  

A Pandora's Box for Teaching, Scholarship & Identity

Jim Groom will be presenting, "A Pandora's box for Teaching, Scholarship and Identity". Jim is a co-founder of Reclaim Hosting, and an early architect of the Domain of One's Own…

From  Sean Miller 2 Years ago 136 views 0