Monday, 05 Oct 2020
This 50-minute online webinar will offer practical tips for using Canvas Gradebook for efficient grading. Upon completion, you will be able to calculate grades, use gradebook filtering and sorting functions and optimize the Speegrader for your teaching needs. The webinar will incorporate a 20-minute Q and A block, in order to address participants' questions specific to using Canvas Gradebook.
Tuesday, 06 Oct 2020
Learn what legally constitutes harassment and what resources are available to you for reporting and investigating incidents.
College teachers are tasked with facilitating the learning of students with a variety of backgrounds, prior knowledge levels, and motivations. Yet we're rarely provided with specific education about learning and how it unfolds in different contexts.
Thursday, 08 Oct 2020
Kirsten Abel, faculty honors and awards coordinator in the office of the senior vice president and provost, will share the best practices of successful nominations and how to avoid the most common errors and pitfalls in your preparation.
This is the second session of a three-part series that looks more indepth at components of the IRB submission process. Participants 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.
A blueprint in Canvas allows to manage and distribute identical content across multiple sections of the same course. Which courses can Canvas blueprint accommodate best? What are the does and don'ts to help you avoid the typical blueprint mistakes? Whether you are new to the concept of Canvas blueprint or exploring better ways to use this functionality, join us for this conversation.
Facilitated by Rosemarie Roberts, Connecticut College, this program is part of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity's core curriculum. Use Iowa State's institutional center membership to activate a free membership and register for this event.
Join us for an interactive session where we will explore ways in which racial microaggressions manifest themselves in science. We will discuss what microaggressions are and how they effect underrepresented individuals in an academic setting. We will present several examples of microaggressions and discuss general strategies for confronting them.