10 Works

OER: Curso de Escritura en Español

Emilia Illana-Mahiques & Alejandro Pérez Belda
The materials in this project are specifically designed for a third-year Spanish Writing course, offering guidance to instructors on how to develop each of the four modules that constitute the course: Description, narration, argumentation, and exposition.

Self Shifting/Shifting Self: March 11, 2020

Bethany J Sullivan
This project was completed for the Master of Fine Arts in Dance degree at the University of Iowa.

Critical Discussion of the Impact of Technology in Society

Willa C. Liburd Tavernier

Mark the Game

Amy H Chen
Identify common attributes of early modern visual culture as seen through printers' devices (marks) in this 52 card deck. Use the deck to play games like Go Fish which last under thirty minutes. This deck is a suitable learning activity for audiences in high school to graduate school, depending on the level of paired curricula.

Self Shifting/Shifting Self: March 12, 2020

Bethany J Sullivan
This project was completed for the Master of Fine Arts in Dance degree at the University of Iowa.

Brief Candle, Walking Shadow

Jeremy Cline
This project was completed for the Master of Fine Arts in Dance degree at the University of Iowa.

Flowing Between Polarities

Sarah E Olson
This project was completed for the Master of Fine Arts in Dance degree at the University of Iowa.

Scholarly Communications & Publishing Board Game

Willa C. Liburd Tavernier

Critical Thinking 101: An information literacy module for undergraduate seminars

Willa C. Liburd Tavernier
This 5-week module is designed to be embedded within an undergraduate seminar, to teach information literacy and critical thinking skills aligned with the ACRL Framework for information literacy. Undergraduate students are a diverse body made up of the traditional middle class American high-school graduate, as well as adult learners, first-generation students, veterans, and international students. Many exhibit difficulties in understanding the research and writing process required at the college level, and have not yet acquired...

Being Responsible Online: From Trolling to Online Negativity: Module Two

Katie Hassman
This course content was designed as a week-long online module for a 1-credit online information literacy course.

Registration Year

  • 2020
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Resource Types

  • Audiovisual
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Affiliations

  • University of Iowa
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