Well, we are in week 6 of the semester and it is amazing how quickly the time has flown since my last post. The Hy-Flex model we are using in “Animals in Society” is has been very well received by students. And, in spite of a few minor glitches here and there (like the day …Read more at the full article: HyFlexing Our Way to Improved Lecture Attendance
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The long, cold (ok, it wasn’t very cold) Winter is over, and all of the planning and preparation going into getting AS 2367 off the ground have come to a close. It’s game time.
I’ve been here since 1996 as a student and have never left, but it still surprises me how quickly the streets fill …Read more at the full article: Tech Prep is over… it’s Game Time!
Whew! First day of the semester is under our belts and we had a (reasonably) successful launching of our class and our Learning Technology Impact Grant project.
The dry run last week, which included suiting up with all the technology (and I mean that literally as well as figuratively – I have a wireless microphone that …Read more at the full article: Mission Control – “The Eagle has Landed!”
Our team has another milestone under its belt – we submitted our Application for Exemption for human subjects research for consideration by the OSU Institutional Review Board (IRB). As with developing the Charter for the project, the process of writing the application and all the supporting materials took more time than anticipated, but was a …Read more at the full article: Animal Sciences: The IRB Diaries
Extra, Extra– Read All About It: Instructor admits, “This isn’t going to be as bad as I thought it would be!”
The fact is, there is a great team for this project and it is going to be a great learning experience for everyone involved!
Today was my first hands-on experience with Adobe Connect. We met in the … at the full article: Adobe Connect: “Not that painful to learn…”
Today we saw what the back end, and front end for that matter, of Adobe Connect will look like for our instructors, contributors, and students. It is really exciting.
I’m currently more involved with the front end for our Animal Sciences 694 class, and haven’t had to help facilitate for the back end. So it was …Read more at the full article: Animal Sciences: Getting Connected with Adobe Connect
May I have a drum roll please? The impact grant charter is complete!
The process of putting this together has been very interesting – lots of back and forth discussion with generation of all kinds of new ideas. The challenge (and believe me, it is a big one) was to keep our eyes on the target. …Read more at the full article: Next steps: Life after the Impact Grant Charter
On March 6, the Learning Technology Grants team invited Ken Petri, Director, Web Accessibility Center, to meet with the Spanish/Portuguese (SPPO) and Animal Sciences Impact Grant recipients for our second Impact Grant. The purpose of the Idea Labs are to form community with our recipients, who may not otherwise share expertise and ideas, as well …Read more at the full article: Accessibility Considerations
The charter is coming together – hurrah! This has taken a lot of hard work on the part of the Animal Sciences team, as well as the folks from Learning Technology, but the result is something that provides a road map for the project that will help support success. The timeline we have put together …Read more at the full article: Chartering a Road Map for the Animals Sciences Impact Grant
Today, we held our first Idea Lab as part of the 2012 Impact Grant. Jeanne Osborne, Animal Sciences, and Jan Macian, Spanish & Portuguese, and members of their teams met with some of our Impact Grant alumni: Elizabeth Miller (Mathematics), Lisa Lee (Histology), and Ted Clark (Chemistry).
Idea Labs are an opportunity for our IG recipients …Read more at the full article: Outcomes of Idea Labs