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UWC Senior Reflections 2020

By: sbolandc

In this captioned video, graduating Seniors reflect on what they gained during their time as writing tutors in the Undergraduate Writing Center at UVM.

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UWC Senior Reflections 2020

By: writectr

In this captioned video, graduating Seniors reflect on what they gained during their time as writing tutors in the Undergraduate Writing Center at UVM.

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ThingLink Tutorial

By: ctl

This is short tutorial on using the online image annotation tool, ThingLink.

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Syrup Color

By: uvmext

In Vermont, Grade A maple syrup is divided into four distinct color classes. Those classes are Golden, Amber, Dark and Very Dark. The lightest grade of syrup, Golden, has the most delicate flavor. A lot of the time it will be made at the beginning...

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Maple Color Grades

By: uvmext

There are four grades of pure maple syrup; Golden Color/Delicate Taste, Amber Color/Rich Taste, Dark Color/Robust Taste and Very Dark Color/Strong Taste. Each grade has a range in color as defined by its light transmittance. Knowing the color of p...

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Cut .375 radius

By: fvilmont

Cut .375 radius on end of handle with form tool.

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A Look Around the Writing Centers

By: writectr

A visual tour of the Undergraduate Writing Center and the the Writing Centers' reception area at the University of Vermont.

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A Look Around the Writing Centers

By: aloven

A visual tour of the Undergraduate Writing Center and the the Writing Centers' reception area at the University of Vermont.

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HumaniTEAs Time: Conversations with Scholars - Luis Vivanco

By: imorgens

First session of the HumaniTEAs Time: Conversations with Scholars series, featuring Prof. Luis Vivanco (Anthropology; Humanities Center) and Prof. Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst (Religion; Humanities Center)