Tuesday, 01 Oct 2019
When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur.
Wednesday, 02 Oct 2019
After this session you'll know how to look for and identify budget-related items in a funding agency's request for proposal, and where to find all the information you need to create a sound budget for your proposal. We'll discuss some common mistakes people make during budget development (please share your own stories!) so you can avoid them, and work through a real budget scenario so that you'll feel confident using Iowa State tools.
Friday, 04 Oct 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 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.
Monday, 07 Oct 2019
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.
Tuesday, 08 Oct 2019
Recent NSF CAREER grant awardees will be talking about their experiences in developing their proposals and provide tips on the process. Additionally, the Grants Hub will be providing information on the differing requirements of the NSF CAREER program, broader impacts plans, and budget planning.
Wednesday, 09 Oct 2019
Learn the basics about post-award actions and the most frequently asked questions. We'll talk about how to request a PI change, who can submit a no-cost extension request, who really needs to sign a revised Goldsheet, and other useful information about budgeting and managing award changes. Our goal is to help you learn how to save time and navigate these processes quickly and efficiently.
The Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (CEAH) and the Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) would like to welcome back our faculty in the arts and humanities with a fall reception. Join us for refreshments and a cash bar as we celebrate the exciting research taking place in the arts.
Thursday, 10 Oct 2019
This is the second session of a three-part series that looks more indepth at components of the IRB submission process. Participants in this will discuss risk in human subjects research and approaches for minimizing or mitigating risk. We'll also examine confidentiality and data security measures to protect research subjects.
"From Words to Bullets: Managing Threats and Fear," presented by ISU Police. Explore common fears about verbal, physical, and lethal attacks, as well as a space to gain knowledge participants can then use as tools to increase their own safety. Small group discussions will follow the presentation.
This workshop will provide an introduction to Artstor, the preeminent image repository for scholarly and educational research in the world. Let us know if you need accommodation. Register through Learn@ISU, Keyword:LIB.
Friday, 11 Oct 2019
The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using ISU's Learning Management System (LMS) Canvas to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing & new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus.
Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019
This session will teach you about physical & IT security measures for export control plans, and introduces you to the concept of Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). You'll learn how to implement security measures for your research data and interests, and gain a better understanding of why these security measures are necessary.
Thursday, 17 Oct 2019
Getting Started with LaTeX and Overleaf
Monday, 21 Oct 2019
"Open Access Publishing: Where do I Start?" Learn the process of identifying and evaluating a publisher, locating funding, and exploring other options for making your research open. Whether you want to publish an article or share your research data, we'll get you started.
Wednesday, 23 Oct 2019
Are you interested in developing, or enhancing, a service-learning component within your course? You are invited to join this dynamic, interdisciplinary group as we share ideas and best practices of integrating service-learning into the curriculum. These interactive sessions will include topical discussions, readings, and sharing of best practices.
Thursday, 24 Oct 2019
Gain insights into the best practices of successful nominations and how to avoid the most common errors and pitfalls in your preparation. Presenter: Kirsten Abel, faculty honors and awards coordinator, provost's office.
The sharing of research data is a vital component of open science. It is a process that works in tandem with publishing by providing access to the data that underlies and supports research results. This workshop covers the best practices for data sharing including how to prepare a dataset for sharing and what to expect during review.
Monday, 28 Oct 2019
Negotiation and conflict resolution don't have to be avoided. Learn how to effectively maximize the strengths you already have to advocate more persuasively for your position(s) in a collaborative, yet effective way. Presenter: Ryan Bhattacharyya, professor of practice, management.
Tuesday, 29 Oct 2019
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 discussions around controversial issues including the O.T.F.D. (Open The Front Door) and A.C.T.I.O.N. communication frameworks.