Digital Learning Webinar Series

  • Join Professor David Magleby of Brigham Young University to explore how to stimulate more student engagement during the upcoming 2018 midterm election.

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  • Join Professor Jodie Lawston of California State University, San Marcos to explore how to balance the macro and the micro levels in the classroom, with an emphasis on empowering our students to engage with the social structure of society.  

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    30 minutes
  • Join Dr. Jean Twenge of San Diego State University to explore new strategies for reaching the iGen/smartphone generation.  

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    30 minutes
  • Join Professor George Edwards of Texas A&M University to discuss the electoral college in a rigorous and nonpartisan manner.

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    45 minutes
  • Join Stephanie Fritson, Pearson Results Manager, to discuss evidence-based best practices for using Revel.  

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    30 minutes
  • Join Dr. Terri Moore, Eastern Florida State College, to explore confidence in the classroom, and hear firsthand how Revel helps identify — in real-time — where students feel they are struggling with their coursework, which allows us to offer just-in-time remediation. This, in turn, boosts students’ confidence and improves their overall academic success.

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    30 minutes
  • Join Professor Henry William (H.W.) Brands, University of Texas at Austin, to dive into strategies and tactics that will engage your students and leave them wanting more.

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    30 minutes
  • Join Dr. Lisa Shin, Tufts University, and Dr. Sam Sommers, Tufts University, as they highlight the results from two research studies that were conducted to assess psychology students’ reactions to using an e-text and the effects of textbook medium on engagement and comprehension.

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  • Join Professor Tristan Bridges, University of California, Santa Barbara, to explore how to effectively utilize qualitative and quantitative data in the classroom, and best practices to engage students.

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  • Join Jodie Lawston, California State University, San Marcos, to explore practical, easy to implement tools — including digital resources — that instructors can use to teach structure and agency, while creating a more dynamic learning experience for sociology students.

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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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  • 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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    30 minutes
  • 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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    30 minutes
  • 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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  • 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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    40 minutes