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JOUR 425 Pies, lines, fevers, etc. and Illustrator's charting tool

For graphics other than column charts, Illustrator's built-in charting tool might be a lot easier to use than the manual alternatives listed in "Designing Infographics." This…

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JOUR425 Column charts in Illustrator

This is a demonstration of what's probably the easiest way to create in Adobe Illustrator a column chart that conforms to the standards for organization and proportioning of data listed in…

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Convocation slide show

A slide show of photos from Convocation 2015.

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Madhu Viswanathan

Madhu Viswanathan discusses his course on Sustainable Product and Market Development for Subsistence Market Places and its innovative strategy of virtual immersion.

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Laura Gallant on Inflection

Laura Gallant, professor of Communication, talks about intercultural communication and the need to clearly communicate what is expected, not simply rely on typical intonation cues to convey meaning,…

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Faculty Retreat: Ann Abbott

Faculty Retreat 2014

From  Catherine LaBore 171 plays 0  

Transitioning from Faculty Office Hours to Student Support Groups

Cinda Heeren at the 2014 Faculty Retreat

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Faculty Retreat: Eric Snodgrass

Leveraging social media to spark student interest.

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Faculty Retreat: Walter Hurley

Dr. Hurley describes how asking students to focus on their sense of wonder can open their eyes to new dimensions of a familiar subject.

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Faculty Retreat: Robert Brunner

Dr. Brunner recounts how he uses the iPad and Apple TV to create a much more dynamic learning experience for students.

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Faculty Retreat: Romana Autrey

Dr. Autrey describes how a new approach can benefit even the most motivated students when it's time to tackle difficult, complex concepts.

From  Catherine LaBore 285 plays 2