Programs


APPRECIATIVE ADVISING WORKSHOP

Presenter: Jennifer L. Bloom, EdD on 7 April 2014

PUBLICATION AND GRANT PREPARATION FOR ACADEMIA SEMINARS 

                              Workbook (PDF w/ ability to add text)

Notes:
  1. Click title to view the presentation
  2. The above session links use: Blackboard Collaborative
PGPA Presenter: Tamzin Batteson, PhD, Institute of Interprofessional Education
Contact Dr. Batteson to attend PGPA surgeries (consultations) on the 2nd Tuesday and 4th Friday of each month. The Faculty Development calendars contains more details.

BOXER LIBRARY RESOURCES PRESENTATIONS

14 April 2014
Presenter: Charlotte Beyer, MSIS, AHIP (Boxer Library Reference Librarian)
                  Isabella Burrage, MLIS (Library Assistant II)

 

27 March 2014
Presenter: Charlotte Beyer, MSIS, AHIP (Boxer Library Reference Librarian)

20 February 2014
Presenter: Charlotte Beyer, MSIS, AHIP (Boxer Library Reference Librarian)

  • MD Consult: Transitioning to ClinicalKey
Click here to view the Boxer Library user guide for navigating ClinicalKey.
24 October 2013
Presenters: Scott Thomson, MLIS, AHIP (Boxer Library Director) and Charlotte Beyer, MSIS, AHIP (Boxer Library Reference Librarian)

    • Copyright and Fair Use in Higher Education

Click here to view the presentation.
24 September 2013
Presenter: Scott Thomson, MLIS, AHIP (Boxer Library Director)

Mr. Thomson reviewed the history and application of copyright and fair use for faculty in institutions of higher education.

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATIONS

Recording of Presentation

21 January 2014
Presenters: Marilyn Hanson and William Gordon, Institute of Interprofessional Education

Lecture Recording: It's not just about recording lectures.
6 August 2013 at RFUMS

Presenter Chris Brandon, PhD , Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy

  • Dr. Brandon demonstrated and explained the function and potential of a new lecture recording technology that has been installed Rhoades Auditorium, the East & West Pods, and HSB 2.710. Click here to view the presentation (designated "lecture recording_system").

(You will need Quicktime or VLC video player; both are free downloads)

Learning objectives for the session:

  1. Participants will learn to operate the installed technology to record and distribute lecture videos.
  2. Participants will learn how to create educational video resources (e.g. demonstrations, training videos, etc.) with the use of technology that makes the process less complicated than traditional video production.

 

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