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Digital Promise: Educators, AI, and the Future of Learning Webinar Series

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more important in everyday life, in business, and now in education. As we prepare for a future with AI, Digital Promise is hosting a series of three webinars to actively engage educators in how new technologies will shape education.

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Women Veterans in STEM Convening

Strengthening the Pipeline from Service to STEM: A Convening on the Future of Women Veterans in STEM

 

 

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STEM For All Multiplex - February Them of the Month: Integrating Emerging Technologies into Teaching Practice

This webinar explores three digital learning projects funded by NSF that utilize mixed reality, indoor location tracking, interactive collaborative surfaces, and ambient displays to support teaching and learning in STEM. Our panel of researchers and educators will discuss the development of these projects and the challenges faced and strategies employed by teachers when attempting to integrate these ambitious learning technologies into their classrooms. Come and join what promises to be a fascinating discussion between researchers and educators as they explore the future of STEM teaching.

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STELAR Webinar: Introduction to our New Proposal Development Course

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NSF Includes Coordination Hub: Undergraduate Internship Opportunities at Federal Agencies Webinar

Federal Undergraduate Virtual Internship Opportunities 

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NSF Includes National Network: Virtual Internships Best Practices

Virtual Internships Best Practices 

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EvaluATE webinar: Evaluation Crash Course for Non-evaluators

Webinar Abstract: Evaluation Crash Course for Non-evaluators
 
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2021 STEM For All Video Showcase Webinar: Covid, Equity & Social Justice

Creating a video in the time of COVID

Interested in presenting a video in the 2021 STEM for All Showcase, but not sure how you can put together a video this year? Project leaders are invited to join TERC for a webinar about creating a video presentation in a time of COVID. Our videographer, Jim Galdos, will share ideas, useful tips and strategies for how projects can still put together a video without access to classroom video. We will explore techniques such as making use of graphics, stock footage, virtually-captured footage, animation and illustration.

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Smart and Connected Communities (NSF 21-535) Program Webinar

Communities in the United States (US) and around the world are entering a new era of transformation in which residents and their surrounding environments are increasingly connected through rapidly-changing intelligent technologies. This transformation offers great promise for improved wellbeing and prosperity but poses significant challenges at the complex intersection of technology and society.

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STEM For All Multiplex - January Theme of the Month: Addressing Climate Change in School and Community

Climate change is an urgent topic for science and society. To help students and communities learn and respond to the climate crisis, multiple strategies are needed. Our expert panel will lead a conversation about three strategies for engaging learning and teaching about climate change, as exemplified in selected Multiplex videos: [1] as part of the curriculum, [2] as a focus of citizen science, and [3] as part of the debate in communities at large about the reliability and meaning of emerging science.

When: January 13, 2021 at 3:00 PM EST

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