1. ABCD Voting Cards


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    The ABCD voting card technique is a way to make classes interactive and engaging for all students, not just for those who were raising their hands to answer questions. The key idea (Prather and Brissenden, 2008) is to include several opportunities each class period for students to register their answers or votes by holding up their cards anonymously and simultaneously.

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    • About the UTEP Center for Research in Engineering and Technology Education


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      We invite you to learn more about the UTEP Center for Research in Engineering and Technology Education (CREaTE) and how we are challenging and changing engineering education. Produced by Joe Ramos CREaTE Center Manager

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      • Academic Technologies Summit 2013- Candace Thille


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        Candace Thille is the Director of the Open Learning Initiative (OLI) at Carnegie Mellon University, a position she has held since the program’s inception in 2002. She is also the co-director of OLnet. Jointly run by Carnegie Mellon and the Open University in the UK, OLnet is an international open educational research network. Candace’s focus of research and development is in applying results from the learning sciences to the design, implementation and evaluation of open web-based learning environments.

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        • Academic Technologies Summit 2012- Opening Keynote Speaker Adrian Sannier


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          Adrian Sannier is the Senior Vice President for Product at Pearson, the world’s foremost educational technology company, leading a variety of educational technologies including My Labs New Design, Learning Studio, Equella, and most recently OpenClass. In February 2012, Sannier was named one of the “12 Tech Innovators Who Are Transforming Campuses” in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Prior to joining Pearson in 2010, Sannier was the CIO at Arizona State University, the nation’s largest residential institution. He has been a professor for the past 12 years in the Division of Computing Studies at ASU, and as the Stanley Chair of Interdisciplinary Engineering at Iowa State University. Before joining the academia, Sannier led the PC game studio EAI Interactive, an independent developer of children’s games. EAI created best-selling titles for game publishers like Mattel, Hasbro, Crayola, Disney and Pixar as well educational content for leading publishers such as Elsevier, McGraw-Hill and Pearson.

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          • "A Day In El Paso" Professional Conference Preview


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            The College of Business Professional Development Center and the Regional Economic Development Association are planning an exciting conference tentatively called "A Day In El Paso". The conference will be open to all College of Business students who are interested in the vast professional opportunities available within the El Paso city limits. Although the project planning is still under wraps, we will announce that one day will be dedicated to an eye-opening, interactive tour of El Paso's downtown. Undergoing major revitalization, El Paso's downtown is in a unique position in its long and cultured history. The conference will explore downtowns most notable landmarks and hot spots, such as the Union Plaza, the Arts Festival Plaza, and the Wells Fargo and Chase buildings. As we make stops at restaurants, historic monuments, and businesses, we hope to provide our attendees with an eye opening experience that will help them not only define downtown El Paso, but help them prepare them to mold its progression in the future.

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            • A Forgotten Majority


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              A Forgotten Majority explains why you should vote: voting is a necessity because every interest that you have will be forgotten because other factions, which are groups that use the government for their selfish interests, will prioritize their interests over yours. The video was recorded in 1080i HD using an unlikely Canon 5D MK II camera with a 24-70mm F2.8 L Series lens as an experimental project in alliance with jd Custom Digital Creations, which graciously let me use their really-expensive equipment.

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              • Alternative Energy Resources


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                A short documentary on alternative energy resources and their place in our future.

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                • Andrew Alvarez Introduction


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                  University class introduction

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                  • Animal Overpopulation in El Paso


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                    Melissa Rodriguez talks about what the Humane Society does and how they work with the community to help reduce homeless animals.

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                    • A Prospector Christmas


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                      The twelve days of college

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