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  1. Mary Burns, MSU Sociology, "Creating and Teaching a Blended Course: Sociology 315, Family and Society."

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    Explorations in Instructional Technology sponsored by MSU Libraries, Computing, and Technology, and the MSU College of Natural Science

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    • Lunch and Learn, Feb. 1, 2012.

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      Lunch and Learn with Robert Shapiro, Jenn Dupuis, Rebecca Montano-Smith, and Andrew McGraw.

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      • Lunch and Learn, Feb. 16, 2012

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        Rob Aken and Reinetta Jones Discuss the Notable Kentucky African Americans Database project.

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        • spectator > spectale

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          the result of a video booth from an art show at land of tomorrow (LOT) on april 20, 2012.

        • Roland Snooks, design director and founding partner of Kokkugia, presents 'Volatile Formation'

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          Roland Snooks, design director and founding partner of Kokkugia, a progressive architecture and urban design practice with offices in New York and London, presented “Volatile Formation,”…

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          • Coal in Kentucky (Full Documentary)

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            Through the voices of coal industry professionals, activists, politicians and everyday people, this documentary examines the significance of coal in Kentucky. Funded through a grant from the Kentucky…

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            • Imaging the Iliad: A Digital Renaissance

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              The Iliad, Homer’s epic poem about Achilles and The Trojan War, is the center of this story about an international team of Classicists and Scientists who work together using state-of-the-art…

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              • Place Matters - Barbara Ellen Smith Part 1

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                Barbara Ellen Smith is Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, Department of Sociology, Virginia Tech. An activist and scholar, she has written three books and a plethora of articles on Appalachia.…

              • UK College of Education P20 Innovation Zone - Episode 1

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                The UK College of Education and its Kentucky P20 Innovation Lab are excited about the opportunity to partner with organizations to promote and improve education and health across Kentucky, and that…

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                • Geraud Plantegenest, Debby Sleight, and John Williamson, MSU OMERAD. "Using Web-Based Videoconferencing to Conduct an Online Han

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                  Explorations in Instructional Technology sponsored by MSU Libraries, Computing, and Technology, and the MSU College of Natural Science

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                  • Research Brown Bag Series - Growth and Value-Added Models (VAMs)

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                    This is one in a series of brown bag lunch lectures focusing on research issues at the University of Kentucky College of Education. Assistant Professors Bill Calderhead and Michael Toland discussed…

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                    • PAN-ASIAN MUSIC FESTIVAL: Der Jasager

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                      Der Jasager, an opera by Kurt Weill and Bertold Brecht. Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill’s Der Jasager (The Yea-sayer) is an educational piece written in Germany in 1930 promoting individual sacrifice…

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