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Join Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as she dives into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
 
Engineering Visibility brings visibility to the invisible topics, concerns, and questions within the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This department is globally recognized for its dedication to research and its rigorous academic program. However, outside the classrooms and labs are hallways that are teeming with a variety of people, ideas, questions, and concerns. In this podcast, I sit down with the people of the ECE department to talk about all the things that go ...
 
Welcome to Surgery 101, a series of podcasts produced with the help of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The podcasts are intended to serve as brief introductions or reviews of surgical topics for medical students. We've aimed to cover a single topic in between 10-20 minutes so that you can quickly get a good idea of the basic concepts involved. Every episode is divided into chapters and concludes with several key points to summarize the topic. We are always keen to receive your ...
 
Just Science is a podcast for justice professionals and anyone interested in learning more about forensic science, innovative technology, current research, and actionable strategies to improve the criminal justice system. This podcast deals with a range of issues, including leadership in the crime lab, new technologies, sexual assault response, and broader challenges for science and public security. We cover every type of forensic discipline, including DNA, fingerprints, trace evidence, toxi ...
 
These podcasts are recordings from the Cutting Edge Issues in Development Thinking & Practice lecture series 2021/22 and 2020/21, a visiting lecture series coordinated by Professor in Practice in the Department, Duncan Green and Professor of Development Studies, Professor James Putzel. The Cutting Edge series provides students and guests with fascinating insights into the practical world of international development. Renowned guest lecturers share their expertise and invite discussion on an ...
 
Michigan Medicine News Break is your destination for news and stories about the future of healthcare. Our daily briefing gives an insider’s perspective on cutting-edge research news, practical health information, and inspiring stories of survival and overcoming incredible odds with the help of the Leaders & Best at Michigan Medicine, one of the nation’s best hospitals and the academic medical center of the University of Michigan. All News Break content including health news, best practices a ...
 
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APPS Chat is a podcast in which the principal of Anzac Park PS chats to teachers, students and parents about how we are embedding core skills for 21st Century citizenship through a connected future-focused school community.
 
This podcast features alums of the Fulbright Program who talk about their work and research, about regional and local ramifications of global diversity-related issues, and the impact their Fulbright experience has had on their personal and professional growth. Episodes will also feature advocates and professionals from diverse communities working towards greater inclusion in higher education/educational exchange. Please note: The views expressed in this interview series are entirely those of ...
 
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Is there a more turbulent terrain than the HR department these days? Human Resolve goes behind the scenes with HR leaders to discover real human solutions to real human challenges. We’ll celebrate together. Laugh a lot. Sharpen our minds and might even shed a few tears. But that's fine. We’re HR. Nobody will ever know. Hosted by Mark Minner, Human Resolve is proudly brought to you by the minds and hearts of First Person Advisors, the same Indianapolis-based benefits, compensation and organiz ...
 
Not every lawyer defines success in the same way. The Leveraging Latitude podcast explores the various paths to cultivating a rich and fulfilling life in the law. Through conversations with leading lawyers and thought leaders from across the legal industry, Latitude’s Candice Reed and Tim Haley discuss best practices and personal stories relating to lawyers’ professional development, the evolving business of law, legal department and law firm leadership, and attorney wellbeing. Join them on ...
 
#IDIODC is an eLearning podcast brought to you by Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden from the dominKnow team. Recorded completely live and candid, the two talk weekly about L&D, specifically instructional design. Want to join us live? Check out our Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions.
 
Originally this podcast focused exclusively on topics surrounding Spirituality. With recent events and the turmoil concerning the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department along with the murders of countless others, a major paradigm shift is underway within our society. This show will expand its programming to include topics that highlight our desire to eradicate inequality, systemic racism, and to gain greater accountability from our elected leaders and the la ...
 
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Games are great tools for learning. And just so we're clear, designing games for learning is very different from gamification. Learning is a large part of all games, but building a game with the specific intent of teaching a specific concept, idea or process, is not easy. Myra Roldan created a game to teach about the basics of blockchain. And if yo…
 
Traumatic news, plus the stress of a pandemic and upcoming holidays, make this a critical time for young people and their parents and school staff. As parents across Michigan try to help their children navigate both a pandemic and the aftermath of a heinous school shooting, a mental health expert provides guidance on how to support the mental healt…
 
In episode one of our Firearms Research mini season, Just Science sat down with Nicole Jones, the Director of the Forensic Science Translation and Implementation Program in the Center for Forensic Sciences at RTI International, and John Grassel, a Program Manager for RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences and co-Director of the Forensic Technology Cent…
 
By the end of today’s episode, the learner will be able to: Describe the pre-operative considerations relating to gender affirming surgery Outline the embryological origins of the external genitalia Describe the common surgical techniques used in female gender affirming surgery List complications commonly encountered after female gender affirming s…
 
Ingrid Srinath on COVID-19, Corporatisation and Closing Space: The Triple Threat to Civil Society in India. The lecture is part of the LSE ID Cutting Edge Issues in Development Thinking & Practice series.By LSE Department of International Development
 
This month’s B2B content question comes from Alistair Ross, who wants to know: “Why is there so little humour in B2B content?” It’s a fair question. At a time when everyone in B2B is talking about the importance of emotion and brand likeability, content in the sector seems to be getting more and more serious. In fact, 69% of our pals on LinkedIn sa…
 
For the millions of people who survived COVID-19 infection only to experience lingering symptoms, referred to colloquially as long COVID, much remains unknown. Researchers at University of Michigan Health, part of Michigan Medicine, are examining lung biopsies from patients living with persistent respiratory symptoms, such as shortness of breath, t…
 
Toral Patel and Bert Odom-Reed have a great conversation with Erin Sember-Chase (she/her/hers) and Andrea Haenlin-Mott (she/her/hers) regarding disability employment. Erin works in Student Disability Services and serves as one of the co-chairs of the Disability Colleague Networking Group at Cornell. Andrea is the ADA Coordinator for Facilities and …
 
Supporting the future leaders of L&D is an important task for us all. The new young minds entering our field are unhindered by the past. They forge new trails in the training departments of businesses around the world. Unafraid of new technologies they experiment and innovate. They are curious and want to make corporate training better than it's be…
 
Surgeons who perform gender-affirming mastectomies know that they help patients. A new study by Michigan Medicine researchers provides data to show exactly how. For the full text, please visit: "Gender-affirming mastectomies improve mental health, sexual functioning and more." Don't forget to subscribe to the Michigan Medicine News Break on Apple, …
 
In this special release episode, Just Diversity & Inclusion in Forensic Science, Just Science sat down with Donia Slack, the Director of the Research, Technology, and Evaluation Program in RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences, and Dale Hart, a Research Forensic Scientist in RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences, to discuss the importance of diversity an…
 
In recent times, the terms “equity, diversity, and inclusion” or “EDI” have become buzzwords for academic institutions to demonstrate their commitment to social accountability. Although incredible work is being done, it is important to remember why it was necessary in the first place and what the ultimate goals are. Today, as I discuss EDI in surgi…
 
Engaging Learners in learning content is every instructional designer's goal. Why is it so hard to do? Why do so many instructional designers struggle to make engaging learning experiences? Karl Kapp joins us to share his wisdom about learner engagement. It turns out that engaging learners is not as mysterious as we thought. Karl is the author, and…
 
Jayati Ghosh on Access to vaccines and the limiting role of intellectual property rights and pharma monopolies. The lecture is part of the LSE ID Cutting Edge Issues in Development Thinking & Practice series.By LSE Department of International Development
 
About 18% of undergraduate students at Virginia Tech are first-generation college students. A first-generation college student is defined as a student in which neither one of their parents nor their guardian earned a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. This very special episode of Engineering Visibility was created by five very …
 
In episode four of our Workforce Resiliency mini season, Just Science sat down with Donia Slack, the Director of the Research, Technology, and Evaluation Program in RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences, to discuss the literature gaps within resiliency and vicarious trauma research.Discussions on how post-traumatic stress, compassion fatigue, vicariou…
 
Sarah Pearl Heard '18 visits the Common Room to discuss how she came to Yale without losing her North Carolina roots, what drew her to the creative writing concentration, and how her writing life has evolved now that she's an educator. The Common Room is a production of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee in the Yale Department of Englis…
 
In episode three of our Workforce Resiliency mini season, Just Science continues our conversation with Dr. Cara Berg Raunick, a women’s health nurse practitioner and the Director of Clinical Quality and Advancement at Health Care Education and Training, on vicarious trauma experienced by sexual assault nurse examiners (SANEs).On last week’s episode…
 
Systems Thinking is the skill or ability to solve problems in complex systems. Hey! That sounds like a lot of the work done by instructional designers! Sometimes, yes. But not always. In many cases we learn about the learners by building personas, and we learn about the content from subject matter experts and the actual tasks of the job. But what a…
 
Associate Professor Marta Figlerowicz talks about how meme culture is like Roman pantomime and what it means to be gender queer in Poland. Figlerowicz's books include Flat Protagonists and Spaces of Feeling. The Common Room is a production of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee in the Yale Department of English. Cover art by Sarah Harfor…
 
In episode two of our Workforce Resiliency mini season, Just science sat down with Dr. Cara Berg-Raunick, a women’s health nurse practitioner and the Director of Clinical Quality and Advancement at Health Care Education & Training, to discuss vicarious trauma experienced by Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs). Vicarious trauma – the cognitive ch…
 
Storyboarding is a basic skillset often overlooked by instructional designers and project managers. For many developers the storyboarding process is bypassed in favor of building an eLearning "proof of concept". This is great for developers given the storyboarding task, and for one-person ID teams to optimize their project processes. However, story…
 
This month, we answer a question that haunts any B2B content writer who’s ever argued about whether their copy needs to match what a client or stakeholder learned at school: how much do we really need to follow the “rules” of grammar? Andy Bacon says: “The question I’ve got for you is whether grammar is important in copywriting. So, for example, ma…
 
In the first episode of our Workforce Resiliency season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Jennifer Rineer, a program manager and research psychologist in RTI International’s Center for Policing Research and Investigative Science, and Kelly Keyes, a research forensic scientist in RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences, to discuss workforce resiliency amon…
 
Question: IDIODC stands for Instructional Designers in Offices Drinking Coffee Please select the best answer below. - True - False - None of the above "Multiple-choice questions are hard to write well. Too many multiple-choice questions measure recall of course content rather than achievement of (well-written) learning objectives! Poorly chosen and…
 
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