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Emerging Trends Conversations about teaching and learning in a networked world

A partnership of the Office of the Provost and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

02.03 // Copyright in the Online Environment and Ares Course Reserves


Location: Kiva in Farish Hall

Do you ever worry about potential copyright risks when posting digital materials for students in Blackboard? Join librarians from the UH Libraries' Copyright Team for a discussion on how tools provided by the Libraries, particularly the Ares Course Reserves System, can help you negotiate and minimize those risks. They will also provide general information on your rights and responsibilities as an educator regarding copyright issues in online learning management systems.

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03.22 // Transitioning to Online Learning


Location: Agnes Arnold Hall Room 210

This program will focus on considerations and tips for a smooth transition to online teaching and learning. Instructional designers Todd Juneau and Thanh Tran will go over essential elements to include in an online course. Then, instructional designer Andrea Arias-Rodriguez will discuss how you can use lecture capture to support your course. Finally, Dr. Susie Gronseth from the College of Education will share strategies for planning online and hybrid courses and innovative ideas for teaching and engaging students.

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04.07 // Digital Humanities


Location: Agnes Arnold Hall Room 110

Scholars are increasingly using computational methods and digital media to open up new vistas in our pursuit of humanistic inquiry. In this panel, we will explore the broad range of digital humanities (DH) projects with UH Faculty who engage this style of research. Dr. Cameron Buckner (Philosophy) and Dr. Kristina Neumann (History) will discuss their own DH projects and Santi Thompson (MDA Library) will share how the library supports DH research.

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