Emory Scholars Get the Spotlight in Take Note Series
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Emory Scholars Get the Spotlight in Take Note Series

Seated in a corner of his small studio, Dana Haugaard goes to work, his blade cautiously scoring concentric circles into thin bands of painter’s tape. The tape, set over an asymmetric mirror tile, will act as a barrier from the vibrant paint clouds Haugaard plans to conjure soon. The artist has generously offered to guide

Women of Wikipedia Editathon on Feb. 25!
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Women of Wikipedia Editathon on Feb. 25!

Edit Wikipedia for the greater good! For the 5th year in a row, Emory University Libraries and Teaching and Learning Technologies will host a Wikipedia Editathon to improve coverage of women on Wikipedia and to empower new editors. According to Women in Red (WiR), as of February 2020, only 18.25% of English Wikipedia’s biographies were about

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Canvas Direct Share

Canvas has released a useful new feature called Direct Share. Direct Share will allow instructors to share individual course items to their other Canvas courses, and easily share individual course items with other instructors in Canvas. This will make it easier to directly share unique Canvas content with other users with the Teacher role in Canvas

Canvas Studio creates a Pathway for QTM Students and Quantitative Professionals
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Canvas Studio creates a Pathway for QTM Students and Quantitative Professionals

The department of Quantitative Theory and Methods (QTM) used the Academic Production Studio to record interviews in collaboration with Teaching & Learning Technologies in Fall 2019. These videos were then added to Canvas using the Canvas Studio tool for QTM students to view for professional development.

What’s In a Name… Pronunciation?
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What’s In a Name… Pronunciation?

Part of feeling included and welcomed in a community starts with people knowing your name. One of the challenges that both faculty and students can find is uncertainty about name pronunciation: faculty want to pronounce names — even complicated ones — correctly, and students may not feel comfortable correcting a faculty member after the early