Digital Learning Webinar Series

  • Join Stephany Rimland from Harper College to discover how to fully optimize Revel resources for your course.

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  • Join Frank Ducrest from University of Louisiana to discover how to fully optimize Revel resources for your course.

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  • Join Mason Pellegrini and Stephie Minjung Kange from The University of New Mexico to discover how to fully optimize Revel resources for your course.

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  • Discover best practices for incorporating technology into your classroom, based on the experiences of 1500 instructors using Revel.

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  • Discuss creating a more compelling Principles of Economics course with world-renowned economist Glenn Hubbard and your peers.

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  • Help students succeed with the quantitative elements of your Political Science course by using Revel's Data-Rich Interactives and Simulations.

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  • Use Revel's Explorer Activities and Interactive Maps to bring new immediacy and engagement to your History course.

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  • Explore The Dynamic Child, and learn three powerful ways to use this breakthrough online learning program in your classroom.

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  • Offload your Intro Stats computing to the cloud, via web apps available on any browser or web-enabled device.

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    1:00–1:40 p.m. EST

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  • Revel™ is so simple to use, a course can be set up in less than 10 minutes. But don’t just take our word for it. Check out this 30-minute webinar with instructor Terri Moore, and learn how quickly and easily you can get started using Revel in your classroom.

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  • Make the most of Revel's Interactive Experiments, Quizzes, Surveys, and Simulations in your Psychology classroom.

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  • Improve your course with key Revel Sociology features, including Social Explorer, Chapter Videos, and Interactives.

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  • Teach modeling and simulation in introductory calculus without overburdening students — or yourself.

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  • Learn how to use co-requisite remediation to help students succeed with college mathematics.

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  • Use technology-based simulations to introduce complex ideas early, and successfully prepare students to master them.  

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  • Compare online and face-to-face student outcomes in an otherwise identical human anatomy lecture course, and gain new ideas for online course design and assessment.

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  • Use digital assets to provide remediation, support flipped classrooms, provide clinical context, and help students overcome knowledge gaps.

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    3:00–3:30 p.m. EST

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  • Create feedback loops that keep students motivated and engaged, and encourage them to take ownership of their learning.

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  • Learn how to integrate personalized learning tools that help students focus on their individual needs.

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  • Explore new ways to use interactivity to engage students and improve their performance.

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    3:00–3:40 p.m. EST

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  • Discover how you can use interactive student response questions to encourage engagement and team learning.

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  • Preview a better way to see which students are at risk, so you can give them your immediate attention.

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  • Join Justin St. Juliana from Cornell University in exploring innovative ways to improve student outcomes in your environmental science classroom.

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  • Join Dr. Larry Sabato from UVA’s Center for Politics who will discuss creating laws that marry Constitutional doctrines with today’s politics.

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    12:00-12:40 p.m. ET

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  • Join Dr. Wendy Tietz, Tracie L. Miller-Nobles, and Elizabeth A. Gordon who will share recent updates to FASB accounting standards.

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