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Hybrid Learning :The Best of Both Worlds, or The Worst?

Art of Teaching Lunchtime Seminar Series Aimee Barbeau and Eric Larson - Gies College of Business Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning The hybrid classroom is often called the best of…

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InvisibilityVideo (1)

Michel Bellini, Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning, demonstrates the center's invisibility cloak.

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Qualtrics Workshop Fall 2021

This workshop will cover the basics on gathering data using Qualtrics. The goals of the workshop will include:Basic survey & different question types How to use the Survey Flow effectively …

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CITL Partners

At CITL Innovation Spaces we work with a lot of different departments, colleges, clubs and people from the community. This video highlights just a few of our visiting groups and partners. Come work…

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Designing Cooperative Learning Experiences

Have you ever been part of a group learning experience and thought that it was very frustrating? This can happen for a variety of reasons that could come from how the…

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SPSS II Workshop Spring 2021

SPSS II: Inferential Statistics with SPSS This course will show you how to run the most common bivariate statistical analyses in SPSS. Topics covered include:Chi-square T-Tests One-way ANOVA…

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SAS II Workshop Spring 2021

SAS II: Inferential Statistics with SASThis course will show you how to run the most common bivariate statistical analyses in SAS. Topics covered include:Chi-square Independent Samples T-Tests…

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SAS I Workshop Spring 2021

SAS I: Getting Started with SASThe SAS program is a syntax-driven statistical and data management program used in many different professional and academic disciplines. It has a reputation for being…

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STATA II Workshop Spring 2021

STATA II: Inferential Statistics with STATAThis course will show you how to run the most common bivariate statistical analyses in STATA. Topics covered include:Chi-square and Fisher's exact test…

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SPSS I Workshop Spring 2021

SPSS I: Getting Started with SPSS SPSS is a user-friendly program that allows you to conduct statistical analyses through simple point-and-click menu items. This is an introductory course where you…

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STATA I Workshop Spring 2021

STATA I: Getting Started with STATASTATA is a small but powerful menu- and syntax-driven statistical package for managing, analyzing, graphing data, as well as for creating programs and macros. After…

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R I Workshop Spring 2021

R I: Getting Started with R After attending the R workshop, you will be able to understand:Basic R syntax Common R packages Importing data sets from other software such as SPSS, Excel, and Stata…

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Welcome To AHS

Welcome To AHS

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Peers as Credible Assessors in Innovative Video Assignments

Wendy Yang, Departments of Plant Biology and Geology as seen at the Illinois Annual Faculty Retreat (2021) "Creating Wicked Students: Now and Beyond"…

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Python I Workshop Spring 2021

Python: Getting Started with PythonAfter attending the Python workshop, you will be able to understand:Basic Python syntax Common Python modules Importing data sets from other software such as SPSS,…

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R II Workshop Spring 2021

R II Workshop 4/9/21This course will show you how to run the most common bivariate statistical analyses in R. Topics covered include:Chi-square and Fisher's exact test Two-Independent samples…

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Designing Cooperative Learning Experiences

Have you ever been part of a group learning experience and thought that it was very frustrating? This can happen for a variety of reasons that could come from how the group was structured, how group…

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Developing Your Teaching Presence

Teaching presence strongly impacts the way students build their knowledge in your course. In this session, you will learn how to strategically apply your teaching presence to the critical roles you…

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Pivoting in a Pandemic: Local Business Edition

Presenters: Judy Lee (Made in Urbana), Seth Fein (PYGMALION), Kristina Reese (Kristina Reese Yoga), Charlie Harris (The Rose Bowl Tavern)Summary: COVID-19 has made adapting to new regulations and…

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Lining Up for Success: Coordinating Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies

Student learning strategies work best when there is strong alignment with instructor teaching strategies. Explicit attention to Bloom's Taxonomy, by instructors when they use Backward Design and…

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Illini Esports and Gaming on Campus

Join Illini Esports, along with their supporting staff and faculty affiliates, for a panel presentation and discussion on the state of Illini Esports and Gaming on campus at the University of…

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The Power of Presentations: Enhancing your Slides for Teaching and Engagement

Summary: Throughout your life you will, almost certainly, give presentations. We’ve all sat through presentations that were boring, confusing, and drab. How do you communicate your message…

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Objects and Examples Make Abstract Concepts More Accessible

Kim Sheahan, Assistant Director of Education, Spurlock Museum

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Storytelling Creates Connections for Students

Kim Sheahan, Assistant Director of Education, Spurlock Museum.

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