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UVMTube walkthrough

By: waw

A silent walkthrough showing the major features of streaming.uvm.edu

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Holly and Carolyn welcome you to TEO

By: 92csicca

Holly and Carolyn welcome you to TEO.

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Designing for Learning faculty interviews

By: ctl

Interviews with faculty who participated in the CTL and WID sponsored program Designing for Learning.

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Lecture: Herbal Support for Community Healing & Transformation (ENVS195OL3-PBHM2020)

By: kcelmer

Lecture in Module 6 -the final module. Sound quality for the video clip from adrienne marie brown is poor so you may choose to listen to it directly on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/ISKEnvcRmMs

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Pedagogical Workshop: Increase Learning While Reducing Cheating

By: ctl

Research shows that cheating behavior is linked, not to individual students, but to the environment in which those students are learning. This is good news, because it means you can actually reduce cheating in your classes. The additional good new...

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Sharing Stories: Faculty Reflections on Teaching in Fall 2020

By: ctl

Join us for a storytelling session that fosters creative reflection and builds community among tellers and listeners! CTL faculty associates have been experimenting with a structured writing process to create their “teaching in Fall 2020 story.â...

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Measuring Syrup Density

By: uvmext

Most people know that to make maple syrup you have to do a lot of boiling. You collect the sap from the trees and you evaporator the water while concentrating the sugars. You might not know that to determine if you actually have correct density ...

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Syrup Clarity

By: uvmext

Syrup clarity is one of the four basics of grading. Syrup that come right off the evaporator is cloudy. Most of the cloudiness found in unfiltered syrup is naturally occurring minerals such as calcium also known as sugar sand or niter. Syrup cla...

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Tapping

By: uvmext

Winter is almost over and spring is almost here; it’s time to make maple syrup. Each season sugar makers have to drill a new hole if they want to collect sap. The reason for this has to do with how trees respond to wounds. When a hole is dril...