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Introducing Trainees To Academic Medicine Career Roles And Responsibilities, Cristina Fernandez, Raymond Lucas, Maria Soto-Greene, John Sanchez Nov 2017

Introducing Trainees To Academic Medicine Career Roles And Responsibilities, Cristina Fernandez, Raymond Lucas, Maria Soto-Greene, John Sanchez

E-Learning Modules

Reproduced with permission of the American Association of Medical Colleges. Link to original publication


Should We Think About The Scale When We Weigh The Pig?, Kathy E. Clarke, Gretchen A. Hazard Oct 2017

Should We Think About The Scale When We Weigh The Pig?, Kathy E. Clarke, Gretchen A. Hazard

Libraries

To make a heavier pig, then it makes perfect sense to weigh it – twice – prior to feeding him and afterwards. But what if we more interested in the overall health of the pig, or, if our big is rounder post-food, or if our pig can make pig-fattening food choices? To answer those questions, assessors would need to consider a highly-attuned instrument or one that measures something different than the information a scale provides. In this presentation, we hope to engage participants to consider the how of assessment and in particular consider how we assess influences what we find out.

At ...


Developing Educational Sessions For Faculty, Staff, And Students, Kristin-Ann G. Beck Oct 2017

Developing Educational Sessions For Faculty, Staff, And Students, Kristin-Ann G. Beck

Conference Presentations

In this session, participants will learn strategies for successful sessions to engage faculty, staff, and students into external funding. I will provide participants with the basics of how to develop sessions, ways to engage attendees, and some ideas that really worked, and others that didn’t work.


Developing And Celebrating Faculty Scholarship, Kristin-Ann G. Beck Sep 2017

Developing And Celebrating Faculty Scholarship, Kristin-Ann G. Beck

Conference Presentations

In this session, participants will discuss successful (and maybe not so successful) faculty development programs and activities. We will provide participants with some examples of building relationships with faculty early on, and how to demonstrate to faculty that the grants/sponsored programs offices are on “their” side. We will also discuss and share ideas of celebrating faculty scholarship, proposal submission and external awards.


Turbine Engineer: E-Stem Lesson (Power Point), April Haight, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick Sep 2017

Turbine Engineer: E-Stem Lesson (Power Point), April Haight, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick

Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education Research & Publication Archives

Turbine Engineer: E-STEM Lesson PowerPoint presentation by April Haight, Lesia Lennex and Justin Elswick at the annual conference of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education held at the Kentucky Dam State Village Resort Park in Gilbertsville on September 9-10, 2017.


Strategies For Teaching Copyright & Fair Use In Academic Libraries, Emily Jonhson Aug 2017

Strategies For Teaching Copyright & Fair Use In Academic Libraries, Emily Jonhson

Library Instruction

This document presents five strategies that librarians can use to teach copyright and fair use at an academic library. It is especially helpful for those with little or no experience in teaching these subjects.


Creating A Learning Community In The Sciences, Bart De Stasio, Beth De Stasio, Brian Piasecki Aug 2017

Creating A Learning Community In The Sciences, Bart De Stasio, Beth De Stasio, Brian Piasecki

Diversity Conference 2017

Science is a collaborative discipline that is best learned through discussion, experimentation and group activity. But several groups of students—particularly students of color, first generation college students and some international students— are often marginalized in our classrooms, labs and are left out of study groups. Their voices aren’t heard, their points of view and interpretations aren’t always appreciated and the learning of these students is thwarted. To address these issues, we have been involved in forming and designing two groups that have been functioning for the past two years: LEDS (Lawrentians Enhancing Diversity in the Sciences) and ...


Microaggressions In Everyday Life: Making The “Invisible” Visible, Derald Wing Sue Aug 2017

Microaggressions In Everyday Life: Making The “Invisible” Visible, Derald Wing Sue

Diversity Conference 2017

Derald Wing Sue, Ph.D., is the winner of the prestigious American Psychological Foundation APF 2015 Gold Medal for Life Achievement in Psychology in the Public Interest. He is a professor of psychology and education in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he also holds a joint appointment with the School of Social Work. He is one of the most cited multicultural scholars in the United States. Dr. Derald Wing Sue’s 19 books vary in topics including multicultural counseling and psychotherapy, psychology of racism and antiracism, cultural diversity, cultural competence and multicultural ...


Creating A Welcome Place For All Singers, Stephen Sieck Aug 2017

Creating A Welcome Place For All Singers, Stephen Sieck

Diversity Conference 2017

At the center of inclusive pedagogy is our commitment to treat each other the way we would want to be treated if our positions were reversed. First, we must recognize that we come to the choral rehearsal from different positions and that the playing field for each of us has not been equally flat. Acknowledging these biases, we need to wrestle with curriculum. In which ways does our repertoire create an unmarked category of canonical literature and a marked category of ‘other’? When we acknowledge repertoire’s positionality as being an unequal playing field, too, we begin to change the ...


“Aligning The Curriculums For College Success: High School And College Library Collaborations”, Carl R. Andrews, Dickens Saint Hilaire Jul 2017

“Aligning The Curriculums For College Success: High School And College Library Collaborations”, Carl R. Andrews, Dickens Saint Hilaire

Publications and Research

Many students enter college lacking the necessary research and critical thinking skills needed for academic success. A strong body of literature shows evidence that information literacy instruction at the secondary level enhances college readiness in freshman students. The authors discuss the importance of collaborative curriculum development and the role academic libraries play in supporting college readiness. The research will review and cite successful high school and college partnerships, curriculum development initiatives, secondary information literacy instruction, and teacher professional development. The utilization of select library databases as a tool to promote college readiness is also discussed.


The Institutional Review Board Tips For Success, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom Jul 2017

The Institutional Review Board Tips For Success, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom

Fischler College of Education: Faculty Presentations

No abstract provided.


Chapter 3 Methodology And Tips For Irb Submission!, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom Jul 2017

Chapter 3 Methodology And Tips For Irb Submission!, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom

Fischler College of Education: Faculty Presentations

No abstract provided.


Barrier To Learning: Why We Can No Longer Afford High Textbook Prices, Victoria Koger, Linda Sizemore May 2017

Barrier To Learning: Why We Can No Longer Afford High Textbook Prices, Victoria Koger, Linda Sizemore

EKU Faculty and Staff Scholarship

The prohibitive costs of textbooks are affecting student success. We will start the session with an activity, then gauge audience experience on the issue before reviewing current research. The presenters will provide strategies on what libraries can and cannot do and facilitate discussion of proposed solutions and concerns about OER sources.


Information Literacy In Higher Education: Now More Than Ever, Sharon A. Weiner May 2017

Information Literacy In Higher Education: Now More Than Ever, Sharon A. Weiner

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

Dr. Weiner will offer an overview of information literacy issues present in society that result from lack of attention to it in educational systems. She will discuss ways to position academic libraries to strengthen librarians’ roles as essential educators, and will provide talking points for making convincing cases for information literacy with faculty and administrators.


Bilingualism And The American Family, Caitlin M. Nickerson May 2017

Bilingualism And The American Family, Caitlin M. Nickerson

Senior Honors Projects

Bilingualism is the ability to speak more than one language fluently. People of all ages may aspire to learn a second or third language in order to fulfill both personal goals and communicate with a variety of people in different contexts. Irrespective of one’s walk of life or socioeconomic status, being bilingual is a valuable skill. Although English is the language of power in the United States, there are hundreds of other languages spoken in this country.

There are a number of different ways in which children can become bilingual. For example, they may enter the school system speaking ...


Newborn Care Curriculum: Newborn Medications, Lauren Rechtman, Rebekah Conroy Apr 2017

Newborn Care Curriculum: Newborn Medications, Lauren Rechtman, Rebekah Conroy

E-Learning Modules

Introduction: Based on a 2014 newborn education needs assessment, 39.6% of surveyed pediatric hospitalists expressed interest in receiving more education on newborn medications, and 94% were interested in computer-based learning modules as the method of learning. Thus, this module was designed to serve as a self-study tool or as a tool for small-group teaching.

Methods: Initially designed for pediatric hospitalists, the module can be used for any learner interested in newborn care as it is meant to provide practical applications to the bedside clinician. This module was first implemented as part of the multimodule Newborn Care Curriculum within the ...


Data Driven Decision Making: Utilizing Alumni Perspectives In Strategic Management, Robert Welton Apr 2017

Data Driven Decision Making: Utilizing Alumni Perspectives In Strategic Management, Robert Welton

Research and Creative Activities Poster Day

The most basic premise of macro-economic states that as prices for a good or service increase, demand decreases. As shown below, the cost of higher education in Michigan compares unfavorable to the rest of the nation. In order to remain viable in an age of worldwide competition for students, WMU (and more specifically SPAA) will need to identify marketable areas of competitive advantage as well as opportunities for programmatic improvement.


Module: French 4, Valerie Hascoet Apr 2017

Module: French 4, Valerie Hascoet

Other Resources

As part of the Student in Action initiative, second year students of tourism and hospitality designed a conference programme based on their research around our community partner.


An Occupation-Based Learning Support Program For At-Risk Occupational Therapy Students, Arlene Lorch Otd, Otr/L, Ches Mar 2017

An Occupation-Based Learning Support Program For At-Risk Occupational Therapy Students, Arlene Lorch Otd, Otr/L, Ches

Department of Occupational Therapy Posters and Presentations

Objectives:

  • Describe an occupation-based, learning support program offered to occupational therapy students struggling academically.

  • Identify key learning issues identified by occupational therapy students and staff seeking academic support services.

  • Develop an initial outline of steps to identify need and create an occupation-based, learning support program.


2017-03-08 Making Data Great Again: The 411 On Fte Ratios, Morehead State University. Faculty Senate. Mar 2017

2017-03-08 Making Data Great Again: The 411 On Fte Ratios, Morehead State University. Faculty Senate.

Faculty Senate Records

A power point presentation titled "Making Data Great Again: The 411 on FTE Ratios" from March of 2017.


From Ad Hoc To Intentional: One Department’S Online Journey, Jennie A. Harrop, Carol Hutchinson, Michelle Shelton Feb 2017

From Ad Hoc To Intentional: One Department’S Online Journey, Jennie A. Harrop, Carol Hutchinson, Michelle Shelton

Faculty Publications - Department of Professional Studies

When George Fox’s Department of Professional Studies offered four online courses in the summer of 2010, the faculty did not know what would come of the experiment. Six years later, the department now offers more than 25 online classes per semester, including one online major, and the program is growing. The majority of DPS students juggle families and full-time work in addition to school, and increasingly students are seeking the convenience of online offerings for both required major and general education courses. With eight regular faculty members, more than 40 adjunct faculty members, and roughly 300 adult degree-completion students ...


Top 5 Benefits Of Linkedin, Richard Hudnett, Nicole Zegarra Feb 2017

Top 5 Benefits Of Linkedin, Richard Hudnett, Nicole Zegarra

Fischler College of Education: Student Presentations

No abstract provided.


3d Modeling As A Teaching Tool For Engineering And Design, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick Feb 2017

3d Modeling As A Teaching Tool For Engineering And Design, Lesia Lennex, Justin Elswick

Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education Research & Publication Archives

3D Modeling as a Teaching Tool for Engineering and Design, a PowerPoint presentation delivered at the annual conference of the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education held in Lexington, Kentucky in February of 2017.


Integrating And Analyzing Quotations, Talia Argondezzi Jan 2017

Integrating And Analyzing Quotations, Talia Argondezzi

Writing and Speaking Pedagogy Resources

This PowerPoint presentation covers how to integrate quotations smoothly and correctly and how to analyze and interpret quotations, rather than just merely restating their content.

A 12 minute video (45 minutes with worksheet pauses) accompanies this presentation.

The worksheet is available to download as a supplemental file.


Building Paragraphs And Using Evidence, Talia Argondezzi Jan 2017

Building Paragraphs And Using Evidence, Talia Argondezzi

Writing and Speaking Pedagogy Resources

This PowerPoint presentation covers the following topics: What to include in an analytical body paragraph (the MEAL plan), which types of evidence to include, how to incorporate quotations and paraphrases smoothly and correctly, and how to choose meaningful quotations.

A 15 minute video (60 minutes with worksheet pauses) accompanies this presentation.

The worksheet is available to download as a supplemental file.


Perfecting Your Thesis Statement, Talia Argondezzi Jan 2017

Perfecting Your Thesis Statement, Talia Argondezzi

Writing and Speaking Pedagogy Resources

This PowerPoint presentation provides a review of what to include in an introduction, a comparison of sample thesis statements, a checklist of good thesis statement qualities, and a list of strategies for making thesis statements more insightful.

A 12 minute video (45 minutes with worksheet pauses) accompanies this presentation.

The worksheet is available to download as a supplemental file.


Generating A Thesis Statement, Talia Argondezzi Jan 2017

Generating A Thesis Statement, Talia Argondezzi

Writing and Speaking Pedagogy Resources

This PowerPoint presentation provides a basic explanation of what to include in an introduction, a definition of a thesis statement, a step-by-step process for brainstorming for a thesis statement, and a list of syntax patterns for good thesis statements.

A 13 minute video (45 minutes with worksheet pauses) accompanies this presentation.

The worksheet is available to download as a supplemental file.


Teaching And Learning Mathematics In The Ar/Vr Environment, Alexander Vaninsky Jan 2017

Teaching And Learning Mathematics In The Ar/Vr Environment, Alexander Vaninsky

Publications and Research

This presentation discusses teaching and learning mathematics in augmented (AR) or virtual (VR) reality created by a combination of goggles and earphones. It claims that interactive learning in such an environment is more attractive and efficient. It increases motivation and interest in the subject matter. The approach is underlain by the findings of educational neuroscience considering the learning process as the formation of domains in the brain forming mathematics knowledge centers. The teaching process provides sensory excitation and establishes connections among these and other domains. Hardware and software are available in the market. The suggested approach allows for practical implementation ...


Overview, Benjamin Davidovitch, Narayanan Menon, Jennifer Welborn, Wayne Kermenski Jan 2017

Overview, Benjamin Davidovitch, Narayanan Menon, Jennifer Welborn, Wayne Kermenski

Patterns Around Us

No abstract provided.


Inside The Googleplex And The Nra: How To Leverage Corporate Connections For Powerful Alumni Programming, Lori Zabatta, Kevin Wesley Jan 2017

Inside The Googleplex And The Nra: How To Leverage Corporate Connections For Powerful Alumni Programming, Lori Zabatta, Kevin Wesley

Office of Development & Alumni Relations

No abstract provided.