Collaboration Plans: A Secret to Success for Collaboration
Friday, June 12, 2020, 12:00-1:00 pm, room C1-17
Presented by Wayne T. McCormack, PhD, Director, Office of Biomedical Research Career Development
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FALL SEMESTER Graduate Course: GMS 6945, Team Science
Fall semester, Thursdays, 2:00-2:50 pm, room R5-265
Addressing today’s complex research and societal problems requires integration of specialized knowledge bases and cross-disciplinary collaboration. This course offers practical guidance about engaging in Team Science to pursue complex research questions, work effectively with team members, and assess team performance in order to produce high impact research outcomes. For more information about course content and format, please see course web page.
Virtual 3D Social Spaces
Friday, July 17, 2020
10:30 a.m. – 12 noon
Virtual 3D Social Spaces are platforms for communicating and collaborating that allow connecting with people and bringing in resources from around the internet for classes, meetings, and social events. This workshop is designed to present Mozilla Hubs, an open-source virtual social platform that can enhance teaching and learning, including in times of social isolation. Mozilla Hubs take users to virtual 3D social spaces that can all be experienced in a web browser.
If you can browse the web, you can use Mozilla Hubs to join faculty, friends, and other students to create and experience content together. In this 90-minute workshop, participants will have the opportunity to learn about the tool, its capabilities, limitations, see proposed and real-life use cases, and get basic guidance in a hands-on experience. This workshop is part of the #NoWallsTeaching movement.
Click here for more information and registration: Virtual 3D Social Spaces