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Transdisciplinary Tools, Joshua Gigantino, Laura Huisinga, Eric Andren Nov 2014

Transdisciplinary Tools, Joshua Gigantino, Laura Huisinga, Eric Andren

Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities Conference Proceedings

This session investigates what might be required of a truly transdisciplinary tool, whether digital, analog or a hybrid device. A look into existing specific solutions is examined, including the tool Skan which targets the enhancement of sequencing, memory, & saccadic eye movement through gameplay informed by research on dyslexia, oculormotor tracking skills, & pre-academic reading skills. The audience is invited to engage in a discussion of the function and form of this and other potential tools such as Maya, Blender scripting, and Mathematica.


Dr John Liebert Presentation, Dr John Liebert Oct 2014

Dr John Liebert Presentation, Dr John Liebert

National Security and Intelligence Symposium

No abstract provided.


Celiac Disease For Kids‏, Suad Fahad Alfuraih Aug 2014

Celiac Disease For Kids‏, Suad Fahad Alfuraih

Dr. Suad Fahad AlFuraih

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder causes an immune reaction that damages the intestines in patients suffering from the disease.


تويتي و نحول يكتشفان السلياك, Suad Fahad Alfuraih Jun 2014

تويتي و نحول يكتشفان السلياك, Suad Fahad Alfuraih

Dr. Suad Fahad AlFuraih

قصة للأطفال عن مرض السلياك رقم 3


Resource To Develop Medical Students Into Peer Mentors, Sean Meredith, Larrie Greenberg, Benjamin Blatt Feb 2014

Resource To Develop Medical Students Into Peer Mentors, Sean Meredith, Larrie Greenberg, Benjamin Blatt

E-Learning Modules

The primary goal of the Peer Mentoring Guide is to develop fourth year medical students (MS-4s) into mentors for first year medical students (MS-1s). The purpose of this resource is to provide others who want to develop a peer mentoring program as part of an advanced students-as-teachers curriculum.

The George Washington University was one of the first schools to have a program to prepare medical students for their teaching role as residents and practicing physicians, which was called TALKS (Teaching and Learning Knowledge and Skills). We recently recognized that some participants were interested in going beyond the boundaries of the ...


Ua Scholar Poster Final.Ppt, Mary Jo Maccracken Dec 2013

Ua Scholar Poster Final.Ppt, Mary Jo Maccracken

Dr. Mary J. MacCracken

P.A.C.E. (Physical Activity/Tennis and Character/Health/Nutrition Education) is a service-learning project funded by Tennis Serves.  This poster details how PACE has excelled at “growing the game of tennis” since 2009 by teaching over 3,409 minority, disadvantaged youth in Akron, Ohio. Quantitative and qualitative evidence gives support to the view that PACE is one of the best of its kind in the nation. 


Now That You Have Created A Great Video, How Do You Know If Anyone Is Learning From It?, Claudia J. Dold Dec 2013

Now That You Have Created A Great Video, How Do You Know If Anyone Is Learning From It?, Claudia J. Dold

Claudia J. Dold

Video offers a wide range of benefits a useful teaching tool, and librarians are using it to make all kinds of information available. I have created two series of videos at my university library concerning library and research skills: one for undergraduates and the other for graduates. This past year, I undertook four studies to determine whether students use the videos and under what circumstances.