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DolphinTherapy

From  Vincent Melfi 157 plays 0  

PolioVaccineStudy

From  Vincent Melfi 218 plays 0  

Zoom Meetings

A recorded Virtual Instructor-Led Training session that will cover more advanced topics and functions in Zoom Meetings such as breakout rooms, recordings, and reports.

From  Todd Ring 35 plays 0  

National Agriculture Month with Phil Kaatz

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Module 4- Nutrition Epidemiology Study Designs

Module 4- Nutrition Epidemiology Study Designs

From  Lydia Merritt 15 plays 0  

Zoom Quick Tips Training- Presenter Version

Date of session: July 13, 2022 Description: This Zoom training teaches meeting hosts to optimize accessibility for participants through features like auto-captioning, screen reader alerts,…

From  Instructional Technology and Development 12 plays 0  

TIA Course

From  Vicki Johnson-Lawrence 6 plays 0  

welcoming remarks

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Zoom Quick Tips Training

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Building Your Broader Impacts Plan

April 5, 2022 In addition to its intellectual merits, each proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation (NSF) is reviewed according to the merits of its Broader Impacts (BI) plan, or the…

From  Kristen Lounsbury 18 plays 0  

What is Freedom? A Look into MSU Students' Beliefs and Behaviors

Good afternoon. My name is Emily Schultz. I am a 3rd year student in the college of social sciences. The purpose of my study is to understand how young adults are impacted by the highly politicized…

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Zoom for Interaction & Engagement, Part 2 - Breakout Rooms

Date of session: February 3, 2022 Description: This interactive how-to webinar will focus on Zoom Breakout Rooms: settings, options, nuances, and updates. Specific topics will include: Account…

From  Instructional Technology and Development 17 plays 0  

HM 838 mod 11 lecture.mp4

From  Constance Currier 17 plays 0  

Ed Tech Tip - Granting Access to Share Screens in Zoom

From  Gwyn Shelle 19 plays 0  

Usability testing applied.mp4

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Queen Bee Syndrome in Higher Education: Myth or Reality?

Queen Bee Syndrome (QBS), a concept introduced in 1973, describes women in positions of authority in male-dominated environments who are unsupportive of female subordinates. Since its inception,…

From  WorkLife Office WorkLife Office 47 plays 0