How to Build Collections around Faculty CVs and Syllabi: Wrap-up and Handout

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Jennifer Ferguson’s workshop on using faculty material to build collections was a big success!  We paired up and worked in teams to look over faculty CVs and syllabi that we brought with us.  An important take away was that faculty members interweave their own research interest into their courses.  So, don’t worry that the material you are collecting is not directly supporting the curriculum, because it does!

Here is Jennifer’s handout showing you the steps on how to get started on building collections that align with both curriculum and faculty research interests

Building Collections with Faculty CVs and Syllabi [pdf; 373KB]

UX/UI Unconference Handouts

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Thanks to our UX experts and attendees – both in-person and virtual via our go-to meeting software – yesterday for the great turnout and lively discussions!   Here is a link to our event evaluation if you didn’t get a chance to fill it out:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tyy9CiRbOUHUlrVz162Av3vNRixr1huIf0je1HLZUk0/viewform

There were some handouts shared at the event with useful tips and suggestions on how to do usability testing.

Remote & Moderated Usability Testing Method
Interviewing Users

And some folks have asked for the brownie recipe Annie used:  http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1017852-violet-bakery-rye-brownies