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Dear STEM Colleague, We are writing to share an exciting professional development resource available through our institution this summer. The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project, a NSF grant-funded program, is hosting two concurrent opportunities June 15th – July 27th: a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and a virtual learning community. The six-week MOOC is designed to […]<\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n <\/div>\r\n<\/div>

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Biggio Center has worked closely with Facilities to have plexiglass installed at requested instructor podiums in classrooms. Please see below for the latest status of this project as of January 7, 2021. BKENG 2117 – complete Mell 2510 – complete Mell 2550 – complete Mell 4510 – complete Spidle 144 – complete Spidle 220 \u2013 […]<\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n <\/div>\r\n<\/div>

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As part of the continued response to the COVID pandemic, the Biggio Center has collaborated with the Office of Information Technology (OIT) to upgrade the technology in about 180 classrooms. Below is a table of classrooms that are either being worked on currently or have already been updated. A few notes about the table: Items […]<\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n <\/div>\r\n<\/div>

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The Biggio Center has long supported faculty implementing active learning into their courses. But how does one continue active learning with the switch to remote instruction? Every semester Dr. Grinberg implements an active learning game called Reacting to the Past in her World Literature course. \u201cIt\u2019s a role-playing game where students have assigned character roles, […]<\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n <\/div>\r\n<\/div>

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Dr. Schulz teaches a wide range of students from high school seniors in the Auburn First program to international and Honors College students to students on the pre-professional route to med school. As part of his transition into Auburn First, Dr. Schulz moved one of his history courses entirely online with interactive elements developed hand-in-hand […]<\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n <\/div>\r\n<\/div>