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Friday, 12 Feb 2021

Panel, Exploring the benefits and shortcomings of TurnItIn (ISU Online Learning Community)

Feb 12, 2021

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Online only - view on your own via Zoom

free

Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Training, development

In fall 2020, CELT collaborated with Online Testing Centers (OTC) to collect ISU's instructors' opinions about TurnItIn, a tool that checks student submissions for plagiarism in Canvas. We received 89 responses that described TurnItIn usage across different disciplines, delivery modes, and course sizes. Panelists will share the benefits and shortcomings of TurnItIn to uphold academic integrity in small/large enrollment courses delivered...

Innovators Forum: Steve Johanns

Feb 12, 2021

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Online

free

Student Innovation Center Lectures

"Civic Innovation on a Global Scale." A live, moderated conversation with Steve Johanns, founder of Last Mile Entrepreneur. Registration required.

Valentine's Carillon Concert

Feb 12, 2021

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Sukup Hall atrium

free

Music Department Arts, performances

Valentine's concert, featuring Cownie Professor of Music and university carillonneur Tin-Shi Tam on the one-fifth carillon and campanile model, assistant teaching professor of voice Chad Sonka and assistant professor of trombone Nathan Dishman. Spectators may attend in person while observing face covering and physical distancing requirements. The performances also will be livestreamed on Facebook.

Innovation Short Circuit: Innovate an Unfair Advantage

Feb 12, 2021

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Online

free

Student Innovation Center Lectures Training, development

Lance LaDuke, assistant teaching professor in euphonium and music entrepreneurship, Carnegie Mellon. Learn what the experience of creativity and arts teaches us as innovators, influencers and professional contributors; why "impatience" is a key component for innovation; and how to set yourself up for success by diversifying your experiences and skillset.

Web talk, Teaching Critical Thinking and Information Literacy in Introductory STEM Courses

Feb 12, 2021

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

online only - via Zoom from Yale University

Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Training, development

In this happy hour, we will consider the current research and practical implications surrounding undergraduate critical thinking skills. We will interrogate various solutions toward highly-trained graduates to evaluate and synthesize information, and collaborate to create solutions that are well-reasoned, innovative and interdisciplinary.