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Canvas Tips to Help Faculty Teach Remotely

The way we teach is changing before our very eyes. Remote learning has become a hot topic as the current global pandemic is forcing changes across all industries, including higher education. In order to create the best learning experiences for students, faculty must adapt their teaching styles and leverage available technologies. As you work to create an online learning environment and transition your courses to a remote setting this quarter, […]

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Students Name Dr. Donald Dabdub Professor of the Year

As the Associate Dean of the Division of Undergraduate Education and a well-respected professor within the Samueli School of Engineering, Doctor Donald Dabdub is used to receiving recognition for his work as a professor. However, there are certain accolades that hold a special place in Dr. Dabdub’s heart, such as being named Professor of the Year by his students. Dr. Dabdub explains that every year during National Engineers Week (E-Week), […]

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Sharpen your data science skills with a hands-on workshop on education research using R.

R is a free and powerful statistical computing language. Most courses that teach R start with an esoteric computer science lecture and sample data about cars. THIS course will provide busy faculty and graduate students with tools to analyze actual classroom data to start you on the path to using quantitative methodologies to conduct education research. It will relate concepts in Excel with programs in R. The workshop series includes […]

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DTEI Winter Newsletter 2019

To view in your browser, click here.  Winter 2019 Newsletter The Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) is dedicated to partnering with faculty, graduate students, and postdocs to maximize students’ academic success. UCI Hosts STEM Education Research Conference: SABER West  For the third year, UCI will welcome over 250 researchers from the western United States to present their research on improving student learning in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and […]

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