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Course Redesign – ART 446 – Documentary Photography

The course I am redesigning is ART 446 – Documentary Photography. This is a course that was previously taught using 35mm film, so I am in the midst of a complete redesign of the course (and I will also have … Continue reading

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Allowing students learn from each other – not often a part of traditional science classes

“Form a study group” This is usually all the attention given to encouraging students to work together in science classes.  Group work is regarded as something done outside of the actual class time and without the support of the course … Continue reading

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BB 4xx/5xx Biocomputing: Molecular Simulations and Data Analysis

Before they disappear into the wind, our department interviews each of our graduating students with regards to our program and curriculum. A recurring comment in recent years has been a desire to learn aspects of  programming and bioinformatics/biocomputing. Seizing this … Continue reading

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New skills required for hybrid instructors

If the in-class portion of a hybrid course is about small group exercises and synthesis of the online portion of the courses, then new skills are required for the instructor. it is relatively easy to be the sage on the … Continue reading

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