This beginner-level workshop will introduce participants to programming by using Python to focus on the basic concepts that all programming languages build upon.
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This workshop will introduce participants to working with and visualizing data in Python.
This workshop will introduce you to the key concepts of GIS and making basic maps of data in ArcGIS Pro.
This workshop will walk you through the R functionality you'll need to use when conducting hypothesis tests on continuous variables.
Learn how to create maps of location data, like places and addresses, in this introductory workshop.
We’ll use the Transparent Assignment Design Framework to develop assignments that more clearly convey standards and expectations to your students and align fully with your course goals.
We will cover easy ways to not only remediate your existing documents to be accessible, but how to also create better looking and more organized “born accessible” documents.
In this workshop, beginning learners will become familiar with the full video editing workflow from beginning to end.
This workshop will walk you through the R functionality you can use to compute correlations between continuous variables.
In this workshop we will talk about the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework that applies this mindset into the classroom.
Come learn about Zotero, a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.
Join us for a look at different tools and methods for facilitating discussions in both face-to-face and online settings.
We will discuss what digital accessibility means and the universal design for learning (UDL) framework.
This workshop you will show you the secret to easily create effective content for your social media presence.
Book Talk: Nell McShane Wulfhart on The Great Stewardess Rebellion: How Women Launched a Workplace Revolution at 30,000 Feet
Nell McShane Wulfhart will discuss her book The Great Stewardess Rebellion: How Women Launched a Workplace Revolution at 30,000 Feet.