Award-Winning Faculty Series: Help Students Recall Information after Graduation

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018 from 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:2226 Vet Med
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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"Information Overload: Practical Ways to Help your Students Recall Information after Graduation." In this joint CELT/VET MED presentation, Alex Ramirez, ISU awardee for Early Achievement in Teaching, knows that professional practitioners often need an answer right now, because an animal's life is on the line. Presentation also available via webcast and Zoom.

In his courses, he helps students reach deeper understandings about structures and concepts so that later, when they really need it, they can recall and research the data that will save a life. Bring your course concepts and ideas about what professionals in your field need to know to be effective; leave with a practical, transformed plan for your classroom.

About the presenter:
Alex Ramirez
Associate professor, veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine
Interim assistant dean of academic and student affairs
ISU awardee for Early Achievement in Teaching
Roy A. Schultz Professorship in Swine Medicine

Participate in-person*
2226 College of Vet Med. Please arrive early to the venue in order to accommodate the security check-in process at the administrative door.

Webcast viewing on-campus*
2030 Morrill Hall

View on your own
Via the Zoom meeting link. If you need assistance connecting via Zoom visit Zoom's Support website or Contact ISU's Solution Center at 294-4000

*No registration necessary to attend. Check-in will be available at both campus sites if attendees would like to include their participation in the completed training recorded in

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