Videos and Resources
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Teaching & Advising
Copyright Law and Today’s Technologies: Implications for Teaching and Research (10/29/10). See session materials and information on media resources and works in the public domain.
Crafting Effective Exam Questions (2/1/12).
Creating a Campus Culture to Mentor Native Student Effectively (10/30/15).
Effective Backseat Driving: Mentoring Graduate Students (2/8/13). A Pedagogy Project Conversation.
Effective strategies that improve students’ writing and learning (9/19/14). Hosted by the ASCRC Writing Committee.
- Bigger isn’t better: Soliciting sophisticated, rigorous writing through short assignments
- Becoming a better writer through the use of student feedback
- Not on the same page? Defining your assignment expectations and using rubrics to communicate them
- Using rubrics in assessing the writing of non-native English speakers
- So you aren’t a writing teacher? Stress-free strategies for using writing to help students learn in any discipline
- Strategies for responding to writing in the sciences and beyond
Flipping the Classroom (2/15/13).
Flipping the Classroom: Video Made Simple (10/11/13).
Getting to the Heart of Revision (11/2/12). Three sessions co-sponsored by the ASCRC Writing Committee and the Pedagogy Project.
- How Rubrics Help Students and Teachers
- Providing Productive Feedback in a Reasonable Amount of Time
- Revision Strategies that Work
High Stakes vs. Low Stakes: Debating Approaches to Testing/Assessment. (10/2/15). A Pedagogy Project conversation.
Inclusive Syllabi Roundtable (1/20/11).
Ignore, Obsess, or Revamp: unlocking the Potential of Student Course Evaluations (10/29/15). A Pedagogy Project conversation.
My Parents Were Not Griz: Working with First Generation College Students (10/24/12). A Pedagogy Project conversation.
The Performance of Teaching (2/19/14).
Please Clarify: Student Insights on Effective Feedback on Writing (10/17/12). A Pedagogy Project conversation.
Prevention is the Best Cure...Even in the University Classroom (9/30/11). Session on preventing and resolving conflicts with students in the classroom.
Promoting Information Literacy Skills: A Workshop on Designing Assignments and Activities for UM Writing Courses (3/7/13).
Teaching Naked vs. Digitally Adorned: The Promise and Pitfalls of Presentation Technology in the Classroom (10/1/10). A Pedagogy Project conversation. (Video edited due to sound-quality issues.)
Teaching Up, Down and to the Middle (9/27/13). A Pedagogy Project conversation.
Teaching with Writing in Any Discipline. ASCRC Writing Symposium (9/25/15)
- Across the Disciplines: Cultivating Student Ambition and Critical Thinking
- A Student Perspective on Feedback
- UPWA: The State of Student Writing at UM
To curve or not to curve: Should we adjust our expectations based on student performance? (10/2/14). A Pedagogy Project Microtalk.
Where’s Waldo? Personalizing Large Lecture Classes (9/16/2011).
Deans’ Roundtable on Succeeding in Academe (11/19/10).
Tenure and Promotion at UM (9/14/11).
Research, Scholarly & Creative Activity
Behavioral and Social Sciences Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (9/19/12). A session with Dr. Deborah Olster, Deputy Director of the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) at the NIH.
Bridging Statistics and Research: Top 10 Things Researchers Should Know When Interpreting Findings (11/13/15).
The Changing Landscape of Funding from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) (9/9/2011).
Conceptual and Practical Issues in Funding through the National Institutes of Health: The Example of Cancer Control (4/20/12). Slides are available from this presentation.
Data Management Plans (10/25/13).
Funding Opportunities from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2/29/12).
Funding Priorities of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) and Interdisciplinary Research Opportunities (2/15/13). Videoconference session with Amber Story, Deputy Division Director of BCS in the Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) at NSF.
Getting Published: A Session for Faculty in the Arts and Humanities (11/5/10).
An Insider's Guide to NSF Review Panels (10/3/14).
Jumpstarting Research Projects in the Health Sciences Using NIH Grants (2/9/12): Tips on Applying for R15s or Academic Research Enhancement Awards.
Jumpstarting Research Projects in the Health Sciences Using NIH Grants (2/9/12): Tips on Applying for R03, R21, and R34 Awards.
Presentations by Dr. Russell Wyland, Deputy Director, Division of Research Programs at the National Endowment for the Humanities:
- Funding Opportunities from the National Endowment for the Humanities (4/9/14).
- Writing Competitive NEH Proposals: A Mock Review Panel Presentation (4/9/14).
Principles of Survey Development (9/16/15).
Recent Changes in NSF Proposal Criteria (3/25/11).