Monday, 01 Apr 2019
Part III: Sticks and Stones Will Break My Bones and Words Will Never Hurt Me: Verbal Messages
Tuesday, 02 Apr 2019
The forum provides faculty members with a targeted look at how Workday and improved service delivery (ISD) will impact their teaching, research and extension work. Five sessions of the same faculty forum are scheduled. A breakout session of table topics will follow brief opening remarks. Bring your questions. Registration is free.
This is the final installation of a four-part series that looks more closely at the components of the IRB submission process. In this session, attendees will learn about best practices and receive tips for ensuring a smooth IRB review process.
"Have you ever wondered what "Fair Use" really means? In this workshop, representatives from the University Library and University Counsel will use real-life scenarios to help you navigate topics such as Fair Use, the TEACH Act, copyright support on campus, and more! Register through Learn @ ISU, Keyword:LIB. Let us know if you need accommodation.
Many instructors consciously avoid controversial issues in the classroom because of the difficulty involved in managing heated discussions. However, controversy can be a useful, powerful, and memorable tool to promote learning. This conversation will provide instructors with resources to facilitate classroom discussion around controversial issues including the O.T.F.D. (Open The Front Door) and A.C.T.I.O.N. communication frameworks.
Wednesday, 03 Apr 2019
OSPA, OIPTT and SPA will present on tips and tricks to make your life as a research administrator as easy as possible if a PI leaves before the end of the year. Whether you're dealing with research awards from federal agencies, industry, non-profits, universities or independent sponsors, you'll learn: 1)What steps you and your PI should take as research at Iowa State draws to a close and 2)how to apply for affiliate status here at Iowa State.
The forum provides faculty members with a targeted look at how Workday and improved service delivery (ISD) will impact their teaching, research and extension work. Five sessions of the same forum are scheduled. A breakout session of table topics will follow brief opening remarks. Bring your questions. Registration is free.
There's no escaping spreadsheets but you can escape spreadsheet hell! This workshop will cover best practices for set-up, formatting, and formats as well as tips for avoiding common pit-falls in Excel. Register through Learn@ISU, keyword: LIB. Let us know if you need accommodation.
Part IV: It's Not What You Said; It's How You Said It: Nonverbal Communication
Thursday, 04 Apr 2019
In this session you will learn tips on developing and submitting protocols to the IRB. A member of IRB staff will walk through key sections of the non-exempt IRB application and explain what the IRB looks for during the review process. Sign up for one of the several dates we have scheduled throughout the year.
Friday, 05 Apr 2019
A women's leadership event focused on developing female leaders for higher education. A preconference workshop on negotiation will be held April 4 (2:30-6:30 p.m.). Register online for both.
Saturday, 06 Apr 2019
To legally sell morel mushrooms in Iowa, sellers must complete a certification workshop that covers identifying morels and false morels. People can be poisoned by eating mushrooms that are misidentified as morels. By the end of the workshops, participants will recognize true morels from false morels. Register online.
Monday, 08 Apr 2019
Learn about the top five strategies to ensure that your Canvas course is navigable and user-friendly! Upon completion, participants will be able to do the following:
Part V: It Takes Two: Conflict Management
Tuesday, 09 Apr 2019
The Office for Responsible Research, Office of the Attending Veterinarian and Laboratory Animal Resources are offering software training for researchers who submit IACUC or IBC protocols. Participants will learn how to navigate the new electronic protocol submission system, a-tune. Training topics will include creating and submitting a protocol, and, for animal users of LAR, how to order animals and manage animal records.
The teaching-learning process is an inherently social act. Throughout the learning process students interact with the instructor, their peers and the course content, often simultaneously in a classroom setting. All of these interactions help shape their success in the course.
Wednesday, 10 Apr 2019
Revised regulations governing the protection of human research subjects and IRB review (i.e., The Common Rule) went into effect Jan. 21, 2019. Learn about updates to the 2018 Common Rule related to IRB regulations.
Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Assistant Professor of Industrial Design will show you the essentials of Sketchnoting, a pattern-based notetaking strategy that actively engages learners.
Digital Humanities has been one of the most ubiquitous phrases on university campuses for a number of years. This workshop will put a practical and pedagogical face to the phrase, by introducing the concept of a Wikipedia "Edit-a-Thon." Register through Learn@ISU, keyword: LIB. Let us know if you need accommodation.
Part VI: Small Talk That Takes You Big Places: Social Communication
Thursday, 11 Apr 2019
"Teaching Playful Communication: Inspiration from a visual studio classroom." In this interactive workshop, Morrill Professor April Katz, Art and Visual Culture, shares how she helps learners discover and explore their own unique artistic voices and evoke varied responses.
Tips and strategies aimed at serving student veterans, military personnel and their families. Registration requested.
Friday, 12 Apr 2019
This program includes pre-workshop online learning modules and an interactive face-to-face workshop focused on creating an inclusive classroom environment.
How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines.
Monday, 15 Apr 2019
In this session you will learn about USDA and USDA NIFA-specific requirements, including indirect cost limitations, cost-share requirements, and other agency-specific forms. You'll walk away with some tips and tricks for dealing with common proposal development issues, and you'll have some useful resources to help you through the proposal development process. Come prepared with your pre-award and proposal development questions!
The Quality Matters (QM) Learning Community is designed to help you improve your courses using the Quality Matters Standards. Members will have opportunities to hear about ways to meet the QM standards, as well as discussing best practices, experiences, and solutions to course design problems.
Tuesday, 16 Apr 2019
Nancy "Rusty" Barceló, special assistant for diversity, equity and inclusion to the chancellor of the University of Illinois and an expert on institutional change, will share her professional journey as a Chicana administrator and change agent at the highest levels of academia. This workshop will be repeated today, 1-2:30 p.m. Registration requested.
"PiLR Health and Technology Applications for Health Programming," Jon Moon, owner, MEI Technologies, and developer of PiLR Health. Sessions are also available via Zoom.