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      1. STEMEdhub.org Creating and Fostering an Online Community of Practice 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        4 Apr 2012

        • Ann Bessenbacher

        STEMEdhub.org is an online community of practice for K-12 teachers, university researchers, administrators, and combinations of those groups. It was built on HUBzero architecture by the Discovery Learning Research Center at Purdue University. This architecture was originally created by researchers of the HUB Technology Group at Purdue University in conjunction with the NSF-sponsored Network for Co…

         

      2. Presentation by Bill Worley 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Bill Worley

        Bill Worley, Math and Technology teacher at Early College Academy School, North Carolina, shares his experience using PBL in the classroom with the Research Goes to School Summer 2014 workshop teachers. Bill Worley, Early College Academy School, North Caorlina …

         

      3. Unlikely Allies in the Academy Women of Color and White Women in Conversation 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        3 Apr 2012

        • Karen Dace

        Presentation at the STEM Women of Color Conference. Based on upcoming book to be released under the title 'Unlikely Allies in the Academy Women of Color and White Women in Conversation'. …

         

      4. Infusing Rural High School Science Curricula With Cutting Edge Research 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        4 Apr 2012

        • Kathy Daniels
        • Georgia L Everett

        Two teacher participants from the 2011 Research Goes to School program presented this seminar at the NSTA 2012 conference. This presentation shows what the teachers were able to gain from their experience in the program and how they were able to apply to their classrooms. Contributing Authors: Nicole Cook, Lisa Kirkham, Gabriela Weaver, Maureen McCann, Sidney Moon, Peg Ertmer, Kari Clase, Sandra …

         

      5. Staying Connected-STEM Women of Color Conference Session 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        3 Apr 2012

        • Alejandra J. Magana

        The STEM Women of Color Conference Session deliever on how all participants can use the hub site or other means to stay connected beyond the conference. …

         

      6. Particle Velocity Estimate Tool Demo 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        29 Mar 2012

        • Erich Huebner

        A video tutorial of the Particle Velocity Estimate tool on nanoHUB.org A video of the tools creator: http://citizensagainstproobamamediabias.wordpress.com/2010/05/15/bp-oil-spill-prof-wereley-estimates-70k-barrelsday-not-5k/ Reference page for the measurement technique: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Particle_image_velocimetry …

         

      7. Critical Thinking Assessment Test (CAT) 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        26 Mar 2012

        • Kevin Harris

        This 47 minute video is from the Critical Thinking Assessment Test(CAT)webinar held on March 20, 2012. The CAT assesses a broad range of skills that are important components of critical thinking and problem-solving. The test questions are derived from real world situations. Most of the questions require short essay responses. The CAT instrument can be a model for developing authentic assessments …

         

      8. PBL Facilitation and Questioning Strategies 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Kari Clase
        • Peg A Ertmer

         

      9. Chemical Catalysis for Sustainable Energy 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Kari Clase

        RGS Summer 2011 Supplemental material Mahdi Abu-Omar-Purdue University …

         

      10. PBL Challenge Investigating a National and Local Problem 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Kari Clase
        • Peg A Ertmer

        RGS Supplemental Material Summer 2011 EDCI 627000 …

         

      11. Hydroelectricity 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Mike Arvola
        • Joe Brennan
        • Christine Marie Dora

        RGS Summer 2011 Participant Presentation Hydroelectricity by Team Watt-er …

         

      12. Quixote Industries Presentation 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Jessica Austin
        • Georgia L Everett
        • Michael Mieher
        • Robin L Townsend

        RGS Summer 2011 Presentation: What percent of Indiana's electrical grid energy can be displaced by wind energy in the next 20 years? …

         

      13. WAKE the Water 2: Hydroelectric Power 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Kathy Daniels

        RGS Summer 2011 Participant Presentation: Is the relatively small amount of hydroelectric power produced in Indiana worth the environmental trade-off? …

         

      14. Solar Too! 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Dane Brown
        • Cortnaye Smith
        • SIDNEY RAY DOBSON

        RGS Summer 2011 Solar Energy Presentation: Is it feasible to utilize solar power in average Indiana homes? …

         

      15. Solar Power: Is it the IN thing? 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Melissa D. Keown

        RGS Summer 2011 Presentation: Solar Power: Is it the IN thing? Can solar energy collection devices be viable choices to lessen Indiana's dependence on fossil fuels? …

         

      16. What Would it Take to Power Purdue University for One Month Using Wind Energy 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Feb 2012

        • Candice B Kissinger
        • Todd Millar
        • Dan J Sacre

        PPT Presentation: What Would it Take to Power Purdue University for One Month Using Wind Energy PBL Investigation by The Windjammers …

         

      17. Problem Based Learning - Deepen Your Understanding 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        6 Feb 2012

        • Peg A Ertmer
        • Lisa Paulette Kirkham

        Questions and Answers from RGS reseracher Peg Ertmer. Discussion is centered on professional development for teachers and how to develop strong driving questions. …

         

      18. Follow-Up: Creating a Scatterplot in Excel 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        11 Jan 2012

        • James Daniel Lehman

        This narrated video shows how to create a scatterplot or XY graph in Excel using data from the measurement of the circumference and diameter of various circular objects. …

         

      19. Follow-Up: Introduction to Data Visualization with Excel 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        11 Jan 2012

        • James Daniel Lehman

        This narrated PowerPoint presentation introduces this SLED online follow-up activity on using Excel to create various kinds of graphs or charts to visualize a data set. …

         

      20. Follow-Up: Creating a Pie Chart in Excel 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        11 Jan 2012

        • James Daniel Lehman

        This narrated video shows how to create a pie chart in Excel using data about a set of coins that can help with concepts of probability. …

         

      21. Follow-Up: Creating a Line Graph in Excel 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        11 Jan 2012

        • James Daniel Lehman

        This narrated video shows how to create a line graph in Excel using data from measurements of the shadow cast by a stick at various times throughout one day. …

         

      22. Follow-Up: Creating a Bar Graph in Excel 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        11 Jan 2012

        • James Daniel Lehman

        This narrated video shows how to create a bar graph in Excel with data from the M&M activity. …

         

      23. Nanotechnology with Dr. Ali Shakouri, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        1 Jan 2015

        • Lisa Paulette Kirkham

        In this 26 minute video Dr. Ali Shakouri talks about nanotechnology work in his lab at Purdue. Electro semi-conductors that heat and cool at the nanoscale are shown and explained. Dr. Ali Shakouri, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University Lisa Kirkham - Project Coordinator the Discovery Learning Research Center Emily Carter - Media Specialist Discovery Learning Research Center Discovery Lear…

         

      24. Identifying the Critical Competencies of Engineering Doctoral Education 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        13 Jan 2015

        This workshop is based on a project directed by Monica Cox. Identifying the Critical Competencies of Engineering Doctoral Education Jiabin Emily Zhu Adviser: Dr. Monica F. Cox Key learning outcomes: Is there an international consensus about what comprises doctoral education? What competencies should the degree confer? How do we create internationally meaningful comparative data on doctoral educati…

         

      25. PBL In the Classroom with Jose Garcia 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Jose Garcia

        Jose Garcia, Apple Distinguished Educator, Math and Science teacher at Greene County Middle School of North Carolina, shares his experience using PBL in the classroom with the Research Goes to School Summer 2014 workshop teachers. Jose Garcia - Greene County Middle School Teacher …

         

      26. iSkills Webinar 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        11 Apr 2012

        • Irvin Katz
        • William Wynne

        iSkillsTM is an assessment developed by ETS that measures applied information and communication technology (ICT) literacy skills through a range of real-world tasks. It features real-time, scenario-based tasks that measure the ability to navigate, critically evaluate, and understand information. It can help to identify curriculum needs to help students develop ICT literacy skills. The test is ali…

         

      27. PBL in the Classroom 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Samantha Schwartz

        Samantha Schwartz, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Math and Physics teacher at Plymouth high school in Plymouth, Indiana shares her experience using PBL in the classroom with the Research Goes to School Summer 2014 workshop teachers. Ms. Schwartz was also a 2013 participant in the RGS workshop. Samantha Schwartz, Math and Physics teacher Plymouth, Indiana …

         

      28. Nanotechnology for Drug Delivery 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Jim Leary

        Nanotechnology can be used to solve a fundamental problem in medicine. How do we deliver drugs to the right place at the right dose, and avoid the current problem of delivering the drugs to the wrong place at the wrong dose? When we deliver drugs to the wrong place and/or at the wrong dose, we cause potentially serious "side effects" that can be unpleasant and, in some cases, life threatening. The…

         

      29. An Introduction to Nanotechnology 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Ali Shakouri

        Nanotechnology enables the manipulation of matter and the fabrication of devices with atomic dimensions. New material properties emerge from large surface to volume ratios and the quantum mechanical nature of electrons. On a nanometer length scale, physics, chemistry, and biology converge. In this lecture we review nanotechnology's role in the revolution of information and communication technologi…

         

      30. Building Future Optical Technologies with Plasmonic Metamaterials 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Alexandra Boltasseva

        The focus of this lecture is to introduce "plasmonic" structures and "metamaterials" as potential building blocks for advanced optical technologies including denser optical circuitry with reduced footprint; enhanced data storage; novel nanofabrication techniques capable of creating nanoscale features using light; new generation of cheap, enhanced-sensitivity sensors; powerful microscopes capable o…

         

      31. The Mathematics of Modeling Phenomena from the Bottom Up 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Feb 2015

        • Peter Bermel

        In this talk, I will demonstrate how mathematical models can be used to understand and improve nanoscale systems. In particular, it will be shown that photovoltaics (solar cells) can be made 100 times thinner and have their potential efficiency improved by 30% using nanophotonic structures in the back. Also, the balance between absorbing and re-emitting light in the presence of sunlight can be fin…

         

      32. Rolling with Roller Coasters 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        20 Jul 2011

        • Todd Richard Kelley

        PowerPoint presentation for the Roller Coaster activity …

         

      33. Research_Injury_v5_AT_Class (Nov 5) 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Jul 2014

        • Brad Duerstock

         

      34. Web accessibility 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Jul 2014

        • Brad Duerstock

         

      35. Architectural Access, ADA Building Codes 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Jul 2014

        • Brad Duerstock

         

      36. Center for Direct Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Biofuels (C3Bio): An Overview with Dr. Maureen McCann, Center Director 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        20 May 2014

        • Lisa Paulette Kirkham

        Dr. Maureen McCann, Director of the C3Bio center, provides a 25 minute virtual field trip for high school STEM students. Dr. McCann, a plant biologist, directs interdisciplinary efforts with chemists, biologists, physicists, engineers, and economists to find effective, efficient ways of converting plant materials into biofuels. Their mantra is "no carbon left behind." Energy we need is contained …

         

      37. The Use of Eye-tracking During Engineering Problem Solving Tasks 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        18 Mar 2014

        • Youji Bi
        • Tahira Reid

        Invited talk which took place at the DLRC Showcase & Symposium held on Feb. 18, 2014. Talk slides are available under the supporting documents tab. It is well known that the discipline of engineering is among the most challenging fields of study to embark on.  In mechanical engineering, courses such as thermodynamics, statics, mechanics of materials and others can be quite challenging for eng…

         

      38. Experiences with an Eye Tracker in Visualization Studies 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        17 Mar 2014

        • Ji Soo Yi

        Invited talk which took place at the DLRC Showcase & Symposium held on Feb. 18, 2014. Talk slides are available under the supporting documents tab. In this short talk, Dr. Yi shares his research experiences with an eye tracker, Tobii X60, since 2009. He has used this eye tracker for evaluation studies with various visualization techniques. Though eye-tracking literature already reminds us tha…

         

      39. Extracting Energy From Plants: Why is this important? A Virtual Field Trip by Dr. Mahdi Abu-Omar 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        6 Feb 2014

        • Lisa Paulette Kirkham

        Dr. Mahdi Abu-Omar, Robert Wetherill Professor of Chemistry, presents a 20 minute virtual field trip for high school STEM students. Dr. Abu-Omar describes work he is doing on the conversion of biomass to biofuels, emphasizing techniques for breaking down lignin in plant materials. Lignin contains great amounts of stored energy. However, it is very difficult to efficiently extract the energy due t…

         

      40. DLRC Eye Tracker Information Session Video 1.2

        Resources – Seminars

        16 Dec 2013

        • Debora M. Steffen

        The Discovery Learning Research Center held an information session on November 12, 2013 for those interested in learning more about the eye tracking device available in the HDLR. The session covered user policies and procedures, device specifications, and basic eye tracking theory. Slides are available under the supporting documents tab. Discovery Learning Research Center …

         

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