Instructors have a growing number of high-tech tools at their disposal, but many don’t know where to start. This webinar will answer questions about those tools from professors around the country.
Discussing cutting edge high-tech tools for the classroom like clickers, open ed resources, and adaptive courseware, this webinar will offer practical steps for ways faculty can update their teaching styles and start using new techniques in their classrooms.
Think you know your roommate well? Put it to the test at Roommate Feud on the Market Stage from 3-5pm! Similar to the Newlywed game, you and your partner will have the answer questions about each other and compete for different dorm/home items! Sign up at Info Exchange.
Questions? Contact Lisa Lommen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by the University Program Council.
Conversation and Ice Cream with President Barry Dun
SDSU librarians are offering in-person workshops to help graduate students with literature reviews. We are offering seven different sessions, with each session repeated three times.
The sessions are:
- Lit Review 101
- Writing Strategies
- Web of Science
- Engineering Village/IEEE Xplore
- CINAHL/Sci Finder/Pub Med
- Open PRAIRIE and Resources for Graduate Students
Attend one, two, or three sessions depending on your interests.
Speaker Series: Design with Users: When Architects Envision a Walkable Downtown Together with the Public
The SDSU Chapter of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi presents the 2019 Victor K Webster lecture. Dr. Fang Xu will present on his work in participatory design with architecture students at SDSU and designers and local users in Watertown, SD to envision a future for downtown Watertown.
Getting there is half the fun.
That might be an oversimplification of a project undertaken by third-year architectural students at South Dakota State University, but it catches the project’s concept. The students in the building arts capstone class studied ways to make pedestrian travel in downtown Watertown more appealing, Instructor Fang Xu explained.
He will give a summary of the work and describe the purpose of the class at the 38th-annual Victor K. Webster Phi Kappa Phi Lecture at 7 p.m. Feb. 21 in the South Dakota Art Museum auditorium.
Zoom will soon replace Collaborate Ultra as SDSU’s go-to Video Conferencing tool. The tool allows for audiovisual and chat communications across a variety of media platforms: D2L, web, and mobile devices.