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Management to Mentorship of Disruptive Students

Joan Poulsen, Ph.D., Indiana University – Purdue University Columbus

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Assessment – A Straightforward, Scalable, Sustainable Approach

Hitesh Kathuria, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President, University Academic Affairs Director, Office of Collaborative Academic Programs (OCAP) Indiana University

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A402 Introduction Video

Captions edited 08/06/2021 by David

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Canvas Update 4/20/2021

Spring 2021 Canvas updates Word document is available at https://go.iu.edu/3Lrz

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference: Awareness of Racial Trauma experienced by BIPOC students

This session’s purpose surrounds increasing awareness about racial trauma and its effects on the social and academic lives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) students.…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference: Creating Engagement and Community in a  HyFlex or Online Environment Using an LMS and Microsoft Teams

This session will discuss pedagogical strategies used with a learning a management system (LMS) and Microsoft TEAMs platforms to effectively engage with students in an online or combined online and…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference : Continuing Professional Education Provides Equity in the Professions

This presentation aims to connect aspects of learning activities of Continuing Education for Professionals (CPE). The objective is to provide conclusions about modes of professional learning. This…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference Keynote - Dr. Teresa Gannon

Dr.Gannon's Keynote - Simple Choices, Large Impacts: How a Decision to Help My Students Learn Better Helped Students in the Entire Department Editing of machine-generated closed caption is in…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference : A Joke, a Pun, and a Meme all Walk into a Classroom: Using Humor to Combat Burnout – Drs. Ann Niren and Rebekah Dement, Indiana University Southeast

Burnout: the feeling of being stressed, overwhelmed, and unprepared. We have all likely experienced it, both as students and as instructors, but many are reluctant to discuss it—despite its…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference: Helpful Apps for Students and Teachers: It's News You Can Use – Dr. Janice Poston, Bellarmine University

This session serves as an overview of helpful apps and open-source resources for teachers and students that are free and easy-to-use and integrate well for classes regardless of how they are…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference : Nature-Based Education in the Era of COVID – Cody Nygard, Bellarmine University

Offering a structured discussion on teaching nature-based classes within the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, this presentation will offer up strategies which could be helpful to other…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference : 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, University of Louisville

We often know what we want our students to do and how they should do it, but do we consider why? And it's not just "because the college wants us to" or "because this has worked in…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference : 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 in course development. It is built on the premise that…

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2021 Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference: Assessment Made Simple: Leveraging Canvas Tools to Perform Program Assessment - David Becker, Indiana University Southeast

Are you looking to simplify the assessment process for your faculty and gather information that could lead to more informed program assessment? Using the Canvas Outcomes tool, we can align a program…

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Fake News and Critical Thinking

Facilitated by Dr. Margot Morgan, School of Social SciencesTeaching students how to quickly tell the difference between “fake news” and real news is essential for the future of our…

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2019 ILTE Mini-Conference Keynote v1

Dr. Elaine Haub provides the keynote for the 2019 ILTE Mini-Conference, "Teaching OUR Students"

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