Site-Wide Activity

  • Keeping Stress at Bay

    amamuszk on Study Soup
    A few of my go-to strategies: 1. Coffee Break – as an avid coffee drinker, one of the best ways for me to remain stress free is to call or text a friend and grab a coffee. In the warmer months I always s […]
    Posted 7 hours ago.
  • MFYO: Travel Edition

    MFYO: Travel Edition
    Kathryn Meader on AFTERWORD
    We know a lot of you travel after graduation, whether to blow off some steam or gain new perspectives. Post grad life can be overwhelming, so why not travel if you can? With that in mind, this week we’re […]
    Posted 8 hours ago.
  • 16. August 2018: Donnerstag

    fcs on Frank's Activity Log
    Today’s Activities: Backups: Tape Vaulting: 40 & 0. LDAP/Accounts: One update requires human intervention. Found, Fixed. […]
    Posted 12 hours ago.
  • Managing Distracting Technology in the Classroom

    Two people using electronic devices
    Jen Garrett-Ostermiller on
    Do you frequently attend meetings where technology is banned? I don’t. In fact, technology plays an important role in most of the meetings of which I am a part. On laptops, each participant can view the agenda a […]
    Posted 12 hours ago.
  • Sound Check

    Sound Check
    Abra on Watch, Listen, and Learn
    With the school year beginning and my impending work on my senior thesis looming in front of me, I am starting to think about the best way to present my thesis and the sound recordings that accompany it. I’ve s […]
    Posted 19 hours ago.
  • Uploading Observation Forms

    tstokes on Tk20 Resources
    Throughout the student teaching experience, your role as a mentor will include providing formal written feedback to your intern.   You will be asked to share some of this feedback through Tk20 with the u […]
    Posted yesterday.
  • A Better Way to Pick Strawberries

    A Better Way to Pick Strawberries
    Andy on UVM Extension AgEngineering Blog
    Tried and tested, the Picking Assistant by Crop Care works great for picking strawberries! Using both hands to “swim” through the plants helps you become efficient and thorough at picking. This machine is also […]
    Posted yesterday.
  • How to Login to TK20

    How to Login to TK20
    tstokes on Tk20 Resources
    UVM faculty and student login for TK20: Go to http://www.uvm.edu/cess/tk20 Select “UVM Faculty and Student L0g-in to Tk20” on the right side of the page.   Log in using your UVM ID and password.
    Posted yesterday.
  • Mid-term PADA for Mentor Teachers

    tstokes on Tk20 Resources
    The PADA is an assessment of the student teaching candidate’s professional attributes and dispositions towards teaching.  Completing this assessment at the mid-term point in the student teaching experience serves […]
    Posted yesterday.
  • 15. August 2018: Mittwoch

    fcs on Frank's Activity Log
    Today’s Activities: Backups: FSGen3 clones completed at 01:47 (16,167 GB). Postprocess clone logs. Add 40 tapes to the Scratch pool. […]
    Posted yesterday.
  • Final PADA Assessment for Mentor Teachers

    tstokes on Tk20 Resources
    The Final PADA is an assessment of the student teaching candidate’s professional attributes and dispositions towards teaching.  Please view the video and directions below for accurately completing the […]
    Posted 2 days ago.
  • 14. August 2018: Dienstag

    fcs on Frank's Activity Log
    Today’s Activities: Backups: DISK clones completed at 6:02 (8,333.7 GB). Verified for FP Issue 363 (proj 116) – the ps* systems in play. […]
    Posted 2 days ago.
  • 13. August 2018: Montag

    fcs on Frank's Activity Log
    Today’s Activities: Backups: Reclaimed one tape for the vaults. Tape Vaulting: 40 & 12. Clones started. COMIS clones finished at 10:19 (15.7 […]
    Posted 3 days ago.
  • 10. August 2018: Freitag

    fcs on Frank's Activity Log
    Today’s Activities: Backups: DISK clones completed on August 9 at 12:07 (19,991 GB). FSGen3 clones completed at 03:13 (25,157 GB). Windows client with hung […]
    Posted 4 days ago.
  • Welcome to the... Meghalayan?

    Adrian J Ivakhiv on immanence
    Geology watchers were more than a little surprised last month to learn that we are living in a new age called the Meghalayan, which apparently began about 4200 years ago. After all the excitement over t […]
    Posted 5 days ago.