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Histopathology in Hybrid Format

Identification of specific disease processes is essential for the diagnosis, treatment and prognostication of health issues in patients of any species. Disease processes can lead to functional and/or morphological changes in tissues and cells of the body. Some of these … Continue reading

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General Human Nutrition (NUTR 225) in a nutshell

General Human Nutrition (NUTR 225) is a 3-credit course designed for non-nutrition majors. NUTR 225 addresses the relationship of food and nutrients to the promotion of health and fitness across the lifespan, with emphasis on the young adult. Current issues … Continue reading

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Food Engineering for Food Scientists

Overview BEE 472/572 Introduction to Food Engineering Principles (5 Cr.) Fundamental engineering principles for scientists and non-process engineers. Topics include fluid flow, mass and energy transfer, and material and energy balances. Directed at food scientists and other majors who need … Continue reading

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Common Pitfalls of Online Course Design #1: Upload your course materials, then call it a day

Wouldn’t that be great? Upload your materials, and simply let a Blackboard/Canvas robot monitor discussion, grade activities and assessments, and provide useful comments, and maybe even encouragement. ┬áIs that where we’re headed? Maybe so if we follow the trend of … Continue reading

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Balancing field experiences, F2F, and web-based learning

The course that I am transforming into a hybrid course is TCE 309: Field Practicum (3 quarter credits). This course is designed for undergraduate students who want to explore teaching in formal and/or informal settings by allowing them to engage … Continue reading

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Eric’s Hybrid Course in a Nutshell

Course: SED 412/512 Foundations of Technology in Teaching Math and Science At its core, the course I am redesigning for hybrid delivery focuses on educating pre-service teachers on effectively integrating technology into mathematics and science classrooms. This naturally involves a … Continue reading

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