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Canvas Updates Fall 2022

A summary of Canvas updates from May 2022 through December 2022

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Adobe Premier Rush

Adobe Premiere Rush for beginners. Presented by David Rainbolt Zoom Recording ID: 8129412506 UUID: kiD0V8KrT8CjxCS0KUpAYw== Meeting Time: 2022-11-15 08:54:53pm

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Inclusive Teaching Practices

We often hear about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, but what does inclusivity mean for teaching practices? Join ILTE Director Greg Kordsmeier as we discuss why inclusive pedagogy is important,…

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Faculty Innovator Showcase - Jean Abshire

Zoom Recording ID: 8129412506 UUID: eW7ysttdSFiSekH0VrDCYA== Meeting Time: 2022-09-27 04:18:58pm

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Using Content Release Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement in Asynchronous Online Courses

Student motivation and self-regulation can be a challenge in asynchronous online courses. One strategy to improve student engagement and self-regulation is the use of conditional content release…

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So, You Enrolled in my Hybrid Course? Let’s Scrimmage!

In my experience teaching quantitative courses, students often do not know how to practice or learn outside of class at the higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy. It is often uncomfortable or…

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Figures, and Charts, and Tables, Oh My! - A Workshop on Data Visualization Literacy

Data visualization (DV) literacy is becoming a more important skill for the public. Many disciplines are poised to help improve DV literacy among students. In this workshop, we begin by considering…

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Turning Theory into Practice: "Bellarmine Pathways: Knights Lighting the Path for College Success"

In 2020, I completed an instrumental, multi-site case study examining the non-cognitive skills needed to persist in and graduate from college, using Lin’s (1999) social capital theory as a…

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(Re)Examining and (Re)Constructing a Philosophy of Education

Teaching is a craft, one that requires mindful reflection of the what, why, and how in learning spaces. The answers form the foundation for one's philosophy of education and inform most every…

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Engaging Adults with Developmental Disabilities Online

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the delivery of instruction for many learners. It was challenging for students across educational settings to adapt to the new way of learning. One group of learners who…

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Creating Classrooms of Radical Hope

Radical Hope (Gannon, 2020) is a pedagogical philosophy based on Paulo Freire’s work. Freire called for a radical transformation of society by raising students’ critical consciousness…

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Second Time's the Charm: Why Giving Second Chances to Students Improves Online Engagement

Students these days are more disconnected, burnt out, and frustrated with classes than ever before. Online classes can be an even more difficult environment to ensure they are staying on track,…

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2022 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference Keynote Presentation

Combating Stereotype ThreatCarol Hostetter, Ph.D., LCSW Interim Senior BSW Director / BSW Program Director and Professor, Indiana University BloomingtonWe have all had students who express doubts…

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"Song & Dance in Virtual Language & Culture Lessons" workshop by Betty Dlamini

CLE Workshop: November 10, 2020 Presenter: Betty Dlamini, Senior Lecturer in the African Studies Program

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"On Socks, Chairs, and Screenshots" workshop by Susanne Even

CLE Workshop: October 29, 2020

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 3, Meeting #2: Five Forms of Interactive Learning

Dr. John-Robert Curtin, Indiana University Southeast This workshop is designed to present the five forms of interactive learning that should be built into online, blended, and face-to-face lessons…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 3, Meeting #1: Is Innovation Worth the Hype?

Alani Frederick, MSN, RN, PCCN, Ivy Tech Community College We are encouraged to innovate, but creativity is difficult, daunting, and demanding. Willing to take a risk, a course was rebuilt after…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 1, Meeting #2: Embracing and Supporting Domestic and International English Learners in All Teaching Modalities

Dr. Donna Albrecht, Indiana University Southeast \ Changing demographics, a declining birthrate, a shortage of a highly trained workforce, and a multitude of options for post-secondary education…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 2, Meeting #3: Student Preference and Performance: Can Audio Content Like Podcasts Stand-In for Traditional Print Reading Assignments?

Dr. Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, Indiana University Kokomo Dr. Gregory Kordsmeier, Indiana University Southeast Many sociology instructors are integrating audio content like podcasts as assignments. For…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 2, Meeting #2: Teaching, Failing, Learning, Failing Again: Dealing with Failures in College Teaching

Dr. Donna Elkins, Spalding University Dr. Robin Hinkle, Spalding University This interactive presentation will focus on the idea of teacher failures in the classroom and how one can move forward…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 2, Meeting #4: The Wright Brothers, Branch Rickey, Martin Luther King, Steve Jobs, and You: Using Simon Sinek's "Start With Why" Concept to Create a Purpose-Driven Course

Tim Roberts, MA, University of LouisvilleWe know what to include in our course and how to teach the content, but how about the course's purpose - the "why" behind it. Using ideas from…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 1, Meeting #4: Practicing Cultural Humility to Motivate Learners

Dr. DeDe Wohlfarth, Spalding UniversityLashawn Ford, MA, Spalding UniversityColton Groh, MA, Spalding UniversityHaleh Jortani, BS, Spalding UniversityShanika Goodspeed,MA, Spalding UniversityAmeenah…

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IU Southeast SoTL Conference - Session 3, Meeting #4: Applying a Training of Trainers (ToT) Model to Integrated Primary Care: How Learners Become Teachers on a Multidisciplinary Healthcare Team

Dr. Sarah Shelton, Spalding UniversityDr. Steve Katsikas, Spalding UniversityHeather Dombrowski, M.A. , Spalding UniversityEdna Osei Owusu M.A., M.S. , Spalding UniversityBailey DeSpain, M.A. ,…

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CLE Fall 2020 Orientation: Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), presented by Luciana Guardini, LCSW (CAPS)

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What to Expect: Drive-Through Check-In at IUPUI

A video drive-through to make sure students living in on-campus housing know what to expect during our new centralized check-in process. We guide you through on-arrival testing, give you your Crimson…

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