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Episode 8 – The Mediated Classroom

July 9, 2008 — This episode continues the format change of our last one. It features audio recorded during an April 2008 lunch discussion co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and the former Vanderbilt Center for Ethics. The discussion was part of our joint Technology, Values, and Teaching series and was titled “The Mediated Classroom: Ways That Computer and...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 7 – Teaching in a Digital Age

June 30, 2008 — In this episode, we’re changing up our format a little. Instead of featuring an interview with a single faculty member, this episode features audio recorded during a February 2008 lunch discussion co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and the former Vanderbilt Center for Ethics. The discussion was part of our joint Technology, Values, and Teaching...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 6 – Greg Walker on Teaching with a Tablet PC

June 21, 2008 — In this episode, we feature excerpts from an interview with Greg Walker, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt. In this interview, Greg describes his use of a tablet PC as a presentation device in his mechanical engineering courses. Tablet PCs feature screens that can be written on with special styluses. Greg uses one during...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 5 – James Lang on Teaching First-Year Students

May 27, 2008 — In this episode, we feature an interview with James Lang, Associate Professor of English at Assumption College in Massachusetts. Dr. Lang is the author of Life on the Tenure Track: Lessons from the First Year, a memoir chronicling his first year as a faculty member, and On Course: A Week-by-Week Guide to Your First Semester...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 4 – An Interview with Duco Jansen

February 7, 2008 — In this episode, we feature excerpts from an interview with Duco Jansen, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering here at Vanderbilt. All undergraduate students in the Vanderbilt School of Engineering are required to have laptops that meet certain specifications. In this interview, Duco describes some of the ways he takes advantage of this policy by having...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 3 – An Interview with Michelle Sulikowski

January 24, 2008 — In this episode, we feature excerpts from an interview with Michelle Sulikowski, Senior Lecturer in Chemistry and Director of Education at the Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology. In this interview, Michelle describes her use of SafeAssign, a software tool that can detect unoriginal content in student papers. Michelle used SafeAssign in a first-year writing course...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 2 – An Interview with Steve Buckles

December 28, 2007 — In this episode, we feature excerpts from an interview with Stephen Buckles, Senior Lecturer in Economics here at Vanderbilt. In this interview, Steve describes his use of a classroom response system in his large undergraduate economics courses. This system allows Steve to pose multiple-choice questions to his students during class and his students to submit...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 1 – An Interview with Michael Bess

December 28, 2007 — In this episode, we feature excerpts from an interview with Michael Bess, Chancellor’s Professor of History here at Vanderbilt. In this interview, Michael describes his use of Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that “anyone can edit,” to help undergraduate history majors learn how to think and reason like historians. Episode 1 – An Interview with Michael...... LISTEN NOW »

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