Attendees of Dr. Elizabeth Barkley’s Oct. 25, 2017 presentation at UNO will share how they have utilized ideas from the event to improve their instruction and/or teaching processes at UNO. Ways to incorporate the information from Dr. Barkley’s presentation into their classes will also be discussed.
TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018 | 12 P.M.
MBSC UMOHO ROOM
Jody Neathery-Castro, Chairperson, Political Science
Kari Nelson, Instructor, Biology
Danielle Battisti, Assistant Professor, History
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