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Brainshare Sessions

Brainshare Sessions


Experiential Learning Tools from JAXUSA - Recorded February 14, 2024

Presented by Julie Hindall from JAXUSA. Session description -

Join us for an informative presentation by JAXUSA, focusing on the most sought-after soft skills in our regional job market and the resources available to create effective, career-driven Experiential Learning Activities. Learn about the top hard and soft skills from recent job postings. Discover educator resources from JAXUSA for ready-to-use activities and delve into the diverse content on the EarnUp YouTube channel, offering videos suitable for experiential learning activities. Don't miss this chance to enrich your teaching toolkit and empower your students with practical skills and knowledge.

Introduction to the QEP Faculty Resource Hub - Recorded January 10, 2024

Presented by Anastacia Hohrath and Dr. Summer Garrett. Session description - 

Join the QEP Co-Directors for an engaging session where they’ll unveil the QEP Faculty Resource Hub – a central repository for faculty to access all essential links, documents, and resources related to our institution’s QEP. From insightful guides to practical toolkits, discover how your active involvement can play a pivotal role in shaping the educational experience of our students, bridging the gap from core principles to meaningful careers. This collaborative effort is not just an invitation; it's an opportunity for each faculty member to contribute to the collective success of our students. Learn how you can get involved!

Accessibility Check! - Recorded January 8, 2024

Presented by Dr. Christina Will. Session description - 

Before you publish a course or share a document with someone, do you make sure the material is accessible? Join Dr. Christina Will for a quick overview of accessibility considerations, the accessibility tools available through Canvas, and the support available to you through the department of Learning Culture and Resources. 

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