Monthly Archives: November 2007

Library: Get This Book

Just stumbled upon a new service at the Library. It’s called “Get This Book.” If you search for a book and the Library doesn’t have it, but it is in the catalog of one of several university presses (including Oxford … Continue reading

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Are Large Lecture Classes Harmful ?

On Sunday (November 25, 2007), Justin Pope interviewed a number of university faculty to explore how faculty and students are handling the large lecture class. He begins his article with some telling comments with Carl Wieman, University of Colorado Nobel … Continue reading

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Lights, Camera, Learn! Workshop resources

We hope you have enjoyed participating in our workshop today. iMovie is one of our favorite software packages to learn. Below we have included a list of for the workshop for Educational Value as well as general How To’s. Feel … Continue reading

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For faculty interested in service learning:

The Faculty Fellows for Service-Learning Program recruits faculty members from across UVM to participate in a seminar each Spring on how to build service-learning pedagogy into courses. Faculty members must apply and be accepted into the Program, are given a … Continue reading

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Compose & Edit Audio Files for the Web

November 2nd, 2007 Here is a collection of resources both used in today’s class as well as additional resources Flickr: Search on “Vermont” under creative commons license Flickr search results In addition to the resources we have discussed today in … Continue reading

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