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Example screencast for Major Project 1

By: mrosen

This is meant as an example of the sectons, content, pacing, detail level etc. for your presentations (screencasts) for Major Project 1. (The topic has nothing to do with your Sensory Toy assignment.) I recognize that the coordinators may not be ...

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Ben's Mill

By: smairold

DOcumentary

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Weekly Rites #4 Natalie Tikhomirova

By: ntikhomi

Brain movement. Cramming for tests. Currently avoiding studying for another right now. Oh the life of a student. I was studying developmental psychology. It is extremely interesting and yet tedious. I can keep my attention pretty well when I study...

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Studying Abroad as an HCOL Student

By: sclark3

Screencast presentation meant to help HCOL students plan the timing of a semester abroad around their pre-thesis requirements. Also provides a very basic overview of the study abroad planning process, as well as some ideas for seeking out funding ...

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Technological Sound Bite: Flipgrid Overview

By: ctl

Flipgrid, a video-based, asynchronous discussion tool, is available for free as part of UVM's Microsoft Office 365 suite. Instructors set up prompts and parameters for student videos (including length limits of 15sec to 10min). Students respond to...

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Career Introduction

By: career

This 8 minute video is a broad introduction to career resources at UVM. After watching, students will be able to: • Articulate what it means to be “Career-Ready” • Describe how the UVM Career Center can help you throughout your time...

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Sound (Teaching) Bite: Harnessing the Testing Effect for Learning (10/21/2019)

By: ctl

Jen Garrett-Ostermiller shares research from four experiments which document how to leverage test-enhancing learning for increased student retention of information, along with suggestions for incorporating retrieval practice into the classroom.

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Faculty/Staff: Join an Interest Group through Handshake

By: career

Steps outline how faculty & staff can connect to Career Interest Groups through a student Handshake Profile - enabling them to "see what students see" when they take advantage of these career resources.