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Course ID: ACD-COE-FOSS-2014-ON

Course Title: Shop Safety Fundamentals

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Covers basic procedures and policies for academic shop settings.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 1,095

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Course ID: BIO-LAB-BSL2-2012-CL

Course Title: Biosafety Level 2 Laboratories and You

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

This course is designed to inform personnel working in a BSL2 about the procedures and practices they should be aware of when working in the lab.

Participants will learn what biohazardous materials are, where they are found, principle routes of exposure, proper PPE, universal precaution, common techniques in a BSL2, decontamination of and disposal of biological materials, lab equipment used in a BSL2, engineering controls, reporting procedures, signage and standard operating procedures

Duration: 1.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 1,095

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Course ID: CCEE-AUTOCLAVE-SOP

Course Title: Autoclave Operation

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Provides standard operating procedures for the use of autoclaves. Autoclaving is a process used to destroy microorganisms and decontaminate biohazardous waste and microbiological equipment.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-BASE-BATH-SOP

Course Title: Base Bath to Clean Glassware

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

The procedure describes the process of preparing, maintaining, and safely using a base bath to clean glassware.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-BOX-FURNACE-SOP

Course Title: Operation of the Thermo Scientific Lindberg Blue M Box Furnace

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for use of the Blue M Box Furnace in Room 159D Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-CARC-HANDLING-SOP

Course Title: Handling Carcinogens

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes the safe use of confirmed carcinogens. Establishes designated areas for use of confirmed carcinogens. Outlines decontamination and emergency spill procedures. Details proper secondary containment. Documents emergency plans for spills.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-CEMENT-CONT-SOP

Course Title: Standard Test Method for Cement Content of Hardened Soil-Cement Mixtures

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for determination of cement content in Room 147 Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-CGR-EXTRACT-SOP

Course Title: Test Method for Shake Extraction of Soil-CGR Mixture with Water

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for prepratory extraction work in Room 147 Town

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-CHEM-HANDLING-SOP

Course Title: Chemical Handling

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes the safe use of chemicals. Establishes designated areas for use of chemicals. Outlines decontamination and emergency spill procedures. Documents emergency plans for spills.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-COD-SOP

Course Title: Chemical Oxygen Demand (Prior Approval Procedure)

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for chemical oxygen demand determination.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-CONE353SAFE-SOP

Course Title: ConE 353 Electrical Systems in Buildings Laboratory Safety

Delivery: On-Line

Description:
Standard operating procedure document for ConE 353 Electrical Systems in Buildings Laboratory Safety.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-CRYO-HANDLING-SOP

Course Title: Handling Cryogenic Material

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Cryogenic Materials will be defined here as any material used for cooling baths that has a melting point, boiling point or sustained temperature below -20°C. This includes dry ice (solid CO2), dry ice-isopropanol mixture, frozen slush baths prepared from liquid nitrogen and organic liquids (methanol, ethanol, hexane, toluene, etc.) and liquid nitrogen. Handling procedures for these cryogenic materials are described.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-DRY-OVEN-SOP

Course Title: Use of Drying Ovens

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes start-up procedures for, hazards involved with, and rules associated with the use of ovens in the laboratory.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-EYEWASH-FLUSH-SOP

Course Title: Eyewash Flushing

Delivery: On-Line

Description:
To ensure a properly-functioning eyewash station with clean water in the event of an emergency, laboratories must flush their eyewash station monthly. Procedures to follow when performing a monthly
eyewash flush are described.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-FERMENTER-SOP

Course Title: Autotrophic Denitrification Fermenter

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for fermenter process in Room 159C Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-GOW-MAC-GC-SOP

Course Title: Gow-Mac Gas Chromatography (GC) Series 350

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for use of the Gow-Mac GC in Room 122 Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-HAZ-SUBSTANCE-SOP

Course Title: Particularly Hazardous Substances

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes the baseline requirements necessary for safe storage, use, handling and disposal of chemicals that have been designated as “particularly hazardous” by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and the National Toxicology Program (NTP). This includes carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and teratogens.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-HOT-PLATE-SOP

Course Title: Use of Hot Plates

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes start-up procedures for, hazards involved with, and rules associated with the use of hot plates in the laboratory.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-ICP-ARGON-SOP

Course Title: Changing the Argon Tank on the Shimadzu ICP

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure detailing changeout of the argon tank for the Shimadzu IEPE 9810 in Room 120 Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-LAB-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-MAND-COURSE-RES

Course Title: Listing of CCEE/EHS-mandated courses document for Lab Access

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

FlippingBook listing of CCEE/EHS-mandated courses document for lab access.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-PPE-RQMTS-SOP

Course Title: PPE Requirements

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This SOP identifies PPE needs, performance requirements, and training requirements in the laboratory.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-REFRIG-USE-SOP

Course Title: Refrigerator and Freezer Usage

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes the proper usage of the refrigerator/freezer to store chemicals in lab environments.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM112-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 112 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM116-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 116 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM120-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 120 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM122-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 122 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM123-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 123 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM124-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 124 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM130-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 130 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM138-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 138 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM142-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 142 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM147-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 147 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM148-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 148 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM155-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 155 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM156-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 156 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159A-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159A - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159B-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159B - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159C-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159C - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159D-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159D - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159E-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159E - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159F-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159F - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM159-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 159 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM160-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 160 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM162-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 162 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM164-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 164 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM168-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 168 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM175-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 175 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM177-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 177 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM34-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 34 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM40-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 40 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM42-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 42 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-RM55-ORIENT-HSO

Course Title: Room 55 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-CHECK-ON

Course Title: CCEE Laboratory and Fieldwork Safety Checklist for Trainee

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Safety checklist for individuals who will work in CCEE lab spaces or in the field to electronically sign prior beginning their work.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-DRUMMIX-ON

Course Title: Drum Mixer Safety

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Online training module for safety and standard operation of the drum mixer.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-HOBARTMIX-ON

Course Title: Hobart Mixer Safety

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Online training module for safety and standard operation of Hobart mixers.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-PANMIX-ON

Course Title: Pan Mixer Safety

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Online training module for safety and standard operation of the pan mixer.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-POLICIE-RES

Course Title: CCEE Research and Instructional Laboratories and Field Work Safety Policies and Guidelines document

Delivery: On-Line

Description:
Lab and Fieldwork safety policies and guidelines for all CCEE employees in CCEE Department lab spaces or conducting field work.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-POLICIES-ON

Course Title: CCEE Research and Instructional Laboratories and Field Work Safety Policies and Guidelines

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Lab and Fieldwork safety orientation training for all CCEE employees in CCEE Department lab spaces or conducting field work.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-POLICIES-RES

Course Title: CCEE Research and Instructional Laboratories and Field Work Safety Policies and Guidelines document

Delivery: Book

Description:

Lab and Fieldwork safety policies and guidelines for all CCEE employees in CCEE Department lab spaces or conducting field work.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SAFE-SSAW-ON

Course Title: Slab Saw Safety

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Online training module for safety and standard operation of the slab saw.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SEAL-AQ2-SOP

Course Title: Operation of the SEAL AQ2 Discreet Analyzer

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for Seal AQ2 work in Room 159 Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SHAKE-EXTRACT-SOP

Course Title: Test Method for Shake Extraction of Solid Waste with Water

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for prepratory extraction work in Room 147 Town.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-SUSPECT-CARC-SOP

Course Title: Handling Suspected Carcinogens

Delivery: On-Line

Description:
Describes the safe use of suspected carcinogens. Establishes designated areas for use of suspected carcinogens. Outlines decontamination and emergency spill procedures. Details proper secondary containment. Documents emergency plans for spills.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-TOC-SOP

Course Title: Operation of the Shimadzu Total Organic Carbon Analyzer

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Standard operating procedure for operating the Shimadzu TOC analyzer in Room 120 Town

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-TRANSPORT-GAS-SOP

Course Title: Transporting Compressed Gas Cylinders and Cryogens

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes procedures to follow for safet transport of compressed gas cylinders and cryogens by elevator.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CCEE-VAC-PUMP-SOP

Course Title: Vacuum Pumps

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Describes start-up procedures for, hazards involved with, and rules associated with the use of vacuum pumps in the laboratory.

Duration: None set

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-000000-CANV-OL

Course Title: First Look at Canvas - Learning Management System (Self-Paced Video)

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

First Look introduces participants to the Canvas environment, login procedure, and global navigation. Attendees will explore account setup, personal preferences, and communication tools, such as the Inbox and Calendar. This session also presents the numerous avenues for support available to each Canvas user.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-000001-CANV-CL

Course Title: Course Basics in Canvas - Learning Management System(Self-Paced Video)

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

Course Basics provides an overview of the layout and features included in a Canvas course. Users will learn about the Course Navigation Menu and individual components that can be used to deliver content and assess student performance. This introductory demonstration provides users with the background knowledge to begin their Canvas journey.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-011020-OLC-CL

Course Title: ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(January)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

Duration: 1.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-012720-TT-CL

Course Title: CELT Teaching Talks: Course design conversations

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Do you follow the science of learning when you teach? A course design conversation with Lesya Hassall, Program Coordinator (CELT), is a fun, interactive session on the fundamentals of purposeful teaching using the science of successful learning.

Join us for monthly CELT Teaching Talks on a variety of topics focused on teaching and learning.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and engage in this collaborative environment of faculty, staff and graduate student learning.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-012820-LAT-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Learning Assessment Techniques

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Why should I assess? I'm already grading! Although grading is an integral part of teaching, grades rarely can identify those elements of teaching that are effective or need improvement. Learning Assessment Techniques (LATs) are short and simple strategies for assessing student learning throughout the semester.

This session will describe the process of implementing LATs, offer examples of LATs, and provide an opportunity for instructors to develop their own LATs, We will also discuss how LATS can be used to complement course evaluations and grades.

Participants will identify the process used to develop a LAT and design one LAT for their course.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-012920-TLC-CL

Course Title: Teaching and Learning Circle: Powerful Learning Tools: Unleash the Science of Learning

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The book Powerful Learning Tools: Unleash the Science of Learning by Pooja K. Agarwal and Patrice M. Bain (2019) discusses practical ways to introduce retrieval, spaced out, interleaving and metacognition-driven practice to any classroom. The facilitators, Drs. Anna Johnson (Animal Science) and Lesya Hassall (CELT) will lead discussions and activities to help you devise a plan for classroom implementation of retrieval practice and meta-cognition-based feedback for better learning. Coped of the books will be provided to the 15 first participants who register online by January 13, 2020.

Duration: 1.50

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Course ID: CELT-020520-OER-CL

Course Title: Free Textbooks and More: Open Educational Resources (OER) panel and workshop

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Join us for a panel discussion on the impact of free, openly licensed course materials in the classroom. In this 2-part event, a panel of faculty and students will begin by sharing their experiences using OER in the classroom. Following the panel, participants will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop to learn more about finding and evaluating open resources for your course.

Duration: 1.50

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Course ID: CELT-020620-GENZ-CL

Course Title: Teaching Gen Z: In the Classroom and Beyond

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Growing up having never known a time without smart phones and social media, Generation Z use technology as an extension of themselves. Gen Z is the most diverse generation in American history, and in the aftermath of the Great Recession, are focused on the value and relevance of the college degree.

In this interactive presentation, participants will consider Gen Z attributes and effective means of teaching and interacting with the generational cohort inside and outside of the classroom.

Duration: 1.50

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-020720-OLC-CL

Course Title: ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(February)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

Duration: 1.50

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-021120-TLC-CL

Course Title: Teaching and Learning Circle: Transparent Design in Higher Education Teaching and Leadership

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The book Transparent Design in Higher Education Teaching and Leadership by M. Winkelmes et al. (2019) presents an evidence-based transparency framework that guides instructors toward clarifying the purpose, tasks, and criteria in academic coursework.

In this three-session teaching and learning circle, facilitator Monica Lamm will lead discussions and activities to help you apply the transparency framework to your assignments and course syllabus.

The Teaching and Learning Circle will meet weekly for three consecutive weeks on Tuesdays February 11, 18 & 25.

Copies of the book will be provided to participants.

**Register by Friday January 24th.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-021720-MIND-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Introduction to Mindful and Contemplative Pedagogy in the Classroom

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Karen Couves, (CELT Faculty Development Program Coordinator) will guide you through building awareness, community and connection in the classroom. Mindful and contemplative pedagogy will be discussed and modeled in this interactive presentation.

Participants are invited to explore ways to enhance learning environments using breathing, writing, and other focus and attention restorative techniques from the Tree of Contemplative Practices.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-022020-PBL-CL

Course Title: Getting Started with Project-Based Learning

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

An introduction to Project-Based Learning (PBL) teaching strategies, suggestions for integrating PBL into course activities (including examples), and best practices for assessment. Ideal for instructors considering PBL for their course, Practice-Based Term faculty, and/or Administrators.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

Duration: 3.00

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Course ID: CELT-022020p-PBL-CL

Course Title: Teaching "Great Problems" with Project-Based Learning

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

An Introduction to the "Great Problems Seminar" at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, lessons in adopting / creating similar courses, and discussions about cultivating innovation and social-entrepreneurial practices in cross-disciplinary student teams. Ideal for instructors and Administrators at all levels and disciplines.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

This workshop will take place in 4250 Student Innovation Center.

Duration: 3.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-022120-DIS-CL

Course Title: Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur.

Learning objectives: recognize the appropriate responses to disruptive conduct, include language about behavioral expectations and mutual responsibility in course syllabi, and identify strategies, resources and possible responses for in-and-out of the learning environment.

For additional information, visit CELT's Managing Disruptive Conduct in Learning Spaces webpage (http://bit.ly/disruptclass).

Facilitator: Laura Bestler, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-022120-PBL-CL

Course Title: Advanced Project-Based Learning: Enhanced Outcomes

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

A deeper dive into the evolving nature of Project-Based Learning (PBL) in contemporary educational experiences (including cross-disciplinary teamwork, challenges of engagement and assessment, and curricular challenges / opportunities). Ideal for instructors and Administrators that are currently engaged in PBL work who are looking for critical discussions, and suggestions for Best Practices and "what's next" in education.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

This workshop will take place in 4250 Student Innovation Center.

Duration: 3.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-022120p-PBL-CL

Course Title: Teaching "Great Problems" with Project-Based Learning

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

An Introduction to the "Great Problems Seminar" at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, lessons in adopting / creating similar courses, and discussions about cultivating innovation and social-entrepreneurial practices in cross-disciplinary student teams. Ideal for instructors and Administrators at all levels and disciplines.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

This workshop will take place in 4250 Student Innovation Center.

Duration: 3.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-022420-TT-CL

Course Title: CELT Teaching Talks: Meaningful writing prompts

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

If you are not receiving the type of writing you want from students, then this session is for you. The Director of the Writing and Media Center, Joseph Cheatle, will lead a discussion about writing assignments (any assignment that includes assessment of student writing), how to scaffold assignments, and how to effectively utilize peer review.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-022520-CEL-CL

Course Title: Engagement Strategies for Every Classroom

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Sara Marcketti, Director, CELT and Professor in Apparel, Events & Hospitality Management, will guide participants through engagement strategies applicable for every classroom.

From the carousel technique to the "barometer," attendees will experience a variety of techniques that they can implement right now and scale to any size learning environment.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-022820-QM-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Learn the underlying principles behind the QM Rubric and the critical elements of the QM quality assurance process. Learn about drafting helpful recommendations as you apply the Rubric to an actual course. QM's flagship workshop on the QM Rubric and its use in reviewing the design of online and blended courses is intended for a broad audience, including but not limited to faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and adjunct instructors.

It is particularly helpful to those new to QM or those considering the adoption of a quality assurance process for online and blended learning. In addition to learning about the QM Rubric and the course review process, participants will learn to apply the concept of alignment and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement. The APPQMR is the prerequisite for the Peer Reviewer Course, which is the required course to become a QM Peer Reviewer. This workshop is recommended for those looking to understand the QM Rubric and course review process and wish to complete the Higher Ed Peer Reviewer Course.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to: Recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters; identify the critical elements of the QM quality assurance program, including the QM Rubric, materials, processes, and administrative components; apply the QM Rubric to review online courses; make decisions on whether the demo course meets selected QM Rubric Standards; apply the concept of alignment; and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement by citing annotations from the QM Rubric and evidence from the course.

Duration: 7.50

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Course ID: CELT-030520-MIND-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Meditation: Why is it so useful and how can I use it in my classroom?

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Many studies show regular meditation practice may be helpful for high blood pressure, psychological health, pain management and mitigating the effect of stress and sleep disorders. Join Karen Bovenmyer, (Future Faculty Development Program Coordinator, CELT) in a guided meditation experience suitable for use in your everyday life, in your classrooms/professional development sessions, and in your friend and family life.

Participants will leave this session with basic scientific knowledge about the benefits of meditation, several different meditations to try, and a relaxed and renewed teaching spirit.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-031320-OLC-CL

Course Title: ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(March)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

Duration: 1.50

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Course ID: CELT-032320-TT-CL

Course Title: CELT Teaching Talks: Creating authentic videos and web tutorials

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Join Shenglan Zhang, Assistant Professor (WLC), as she will focus on the underlying design principles in creating web tutorials for a flipped classroom. She will share how the students used the tutorials, various ways of holding students' using the web tutorials accountable, how supplemental authentic micro-videos were made, and students' perceptions of these videos.

Join us for monthly CELT Teaching Talks on a variety of topics focused on teaching and learning.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and engage in this collaborative environment of faculty, staff and graduate student learning.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-032720-QM-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Improving Your Online Course (IYOC)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The "Improving Your Online Course" workshop explores the QM Rubric and provides a framework to improve the quality of online courses. Participants use the QM Rubric to review their own online courses and develop a course improvement plan. The content is based on the essential Specific Review Standards of the Quality Matters Rubric.

Participants come away with a plan for course improvement so enrolling in the workshop with a pre-developed online course is required. This workshop is recommended for tenured, tenure-eligible, and term faculty; staff with a teaching role, and instructional designers with a course they are wanting to improve.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to: recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters; apply the essential Specific Review Standards of the Quality Matters Rubric to your own online course; describe the alignment of at least one module/unit in your online course; and prioritize improvements to your online course.

Duration: 3.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-040120-DIS-CL

Course Title: Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur.

Learning objectives: recognize the appropriate responses to disruptive conduct, include language about behavioral expectations and mutual responsibility in course syllabi, and identify strategies, resources and possible responses for in-and-out of the learning environment.

For additional information, visit CELT's Managing Disruptive Conduct in Learning Spaces webpage (http://bit.ly/disruptclass).

Facilitator: Laura Bestler, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-040220-SOTL-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Turning your scholarly teaching into Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Scholarly teaching focuses on student learning and is grounded in the subject matter being taught, and in the implementation of effective pedagogies. The scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) involves framing a research question related to student learning and systematically investigating it.

The research methods often include qualitative and quantitative data collection as well as direct and indirect measures. Upon completion of the workshop participants will have: 1) identified and developed a researchable question; 2) developed a framework for data collection; and 3) completed a project timeline including milestones.

This CELT workshop is presented by Cindy Haynes, Horticulture Associate Professor and CELT Advisory Board Member, and Sara Marcketti, Director, CELT and Professor in Apparel, Events & Hospitality Management.

Duration: 1.50

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Course ID: CELT-040620-OER-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Miller Open Education Mini-Grants: Proposal Writing Q&A

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Are you curious about how to complete the ideal proposal for the Miller Open Education Mini-Grant Program? In this Q&A-style workshop, staff will guide you through the application process with example proposals, a copy of the application rubric, and all the answers to your questions.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-040920-MIND-CL

Course Title: Panel: Mindful and Contemplative Pedagogy Practitioners

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Karen Couves (Faculty Development Program Coordinator, CELT), moderates a panel of mindful and contemplative pedagogy practitioners from Iowa State: Christina Campbell (Associate Professor, FSHN), Brenna Dixon (Assistant Teaching Professor, ENGL), and Janet Johnson (Clinical Associate Professor, FSHN).

Panelists will share what mindful and contemplative practices they have incorporated, why they chose to do so, and the changes in student engagement and learning they have noticed. Participants will leave with practical ways to implement mindfulness in their own classrooms.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-041020-OLC-CL

Course Title: ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(April)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

Duration: 1.50

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-042720-TT-CL

Course Title: CELT Teaching Talks: Tips for teaching classes with 300+ students

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Come learn a few techniques with Kelly Reddy-Best, Assistant Professor (AESHM), on how to move away from a purely lecture-based course session to a more engaging and student-centered environment while managing large numbers of students in a single in-person classroom session. Practical examples that are transferable across disciplines will be demonstrated and practiced in the session.

Join us for monthly CELT Teaching Talks on a variety of topics focused on teaching and learning.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and engage in this collaborative environment of faculty, staff and graduate student learning.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-052220-QM-CL

Course Title: Workshop, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Learn the underlying principles behind the QM Rubric and the critical elements of the QM quality assurance process. Learn about drafting helpful recommendations as you apply the Rubric to an actual course. QM's flagship workshop on the QM Rubric and its use in reviewing the design of online and blended courses is intended for a broad audience, including but not limited to faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and adjunct instructors.

It is particularly helpful to those new to QM or those considering the adoption of a quality assurance process for online and blended learning. In addition to learning about the QM Rubric and the course review process, participants will learn to apply the concept of alignment and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement. The APPQMR is the prerequisite for the Peer Reviewer Course, which is the required course to become a QM Peer Reviewer. This workshop is recommended for those looking to understand the QM Rubric and course review process and wish to complete the Higher Ed Peer Reviewer Course.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to: Recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters; identify the critical elements of the QM quality assurance program, including the QM Rubric, materials, processes, and administrative components; apply the QM Rubric to review online courses; make decisions on whether the demo course meets selected QM Rubric Standards; apply the concept of alignment; and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement by citing annotations from the QM Rubric and evidence from the course.

Duration: 7.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-082219-INC1-CL

Course Title: Building an inclusive and learner-centered syllabus

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

This conversation will be a starting place for thinking through how to implement inclusive pedagogy and learner-centered practices into your syllabus for the upcoming year. We will discuss strategies for producing a student-centered syllabus; as well as, the importance of establishing clear expectations and goals, using transparent teaching methods, and building rapport and community in your class. Would you like to learn more? View CELT's Creating an Inclusive Classroom webpage and download CELT's Learner Centered Mindful Syllabus Checklist (PDF)

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-100119-DIS-CL

Course Title: Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur. Learning objectives: recognize the appropriate responses to disruptive conduct, include language about behavioral expectations and mutual responsibility in course syllabi, and identify strategies, resources and possible responses for in-and-out of the learning environment.

For additional information, visit CELT's Managing Disruptive Conduct in Learning Spaces webpage (http://bit.ly/isumanage) Facilitator: Laura Bestler, Program. Coordinator, CELT

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-AWRD-021920-CL

Course Title: Award-Winning Seminar Series: Engagement through creative notetaking

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Do students in your classes sometimes have trouble paying attention for the entire period? How can we encourage them to put away cell phones and laptops and avoid distraction? Can you build a one-on-one relationship with students in a large class?

Early achievement in teaching awardee, Tejas Dhadphale, Assistant Professor of Industrial Design, will share with you several notetaking techniques he uses in his 90-minute, 70+ creativity classroom to 1) keep student attention 2) assess individual learning progress and 3) build rapport.

Participants will leave this interactive session with examples and ideas to create notetaking and visual aids to hold student attention in any length, any size class for any discipline.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-AWRD-040120-CL

Course Title: Award-Winning Seminar Series: Online course design for seasoned professors

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Old wine, new wineskins. How do we effectively adapt a traditional class for online learning? What are the benefits of working with an online designer from Engineering-LAS Online or CELT? Susan Yager, Morrill Professor of English, will share with you how she created innovative online learning for a discussion-based children's literature class.

Participants will leave with new ideas for designing small group collaboration, creating a sense of instructor presence, and articulating clear outcomes relative to the assignments and rubrics in the online environment.

Duration: 1.00

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Course ID: CELT-DBER-020320

Course Title: Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(February)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-DBER-030220

Course Title: Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(March)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-DBER-040620

Course Title: Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(April)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

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Course ID: CELT-DBER-050420

Course Title: Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(May)

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CELT-TA-SPRING-CL

Course Title: CELT Spring Semester Teaching Assistant (TA) Seminar

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

All TAs who are new to the ISU classroom, or who have received a teaching assignment different from what they have done before, are strongly encouraged to attend this seminar. Discussion will focus on topics such as classroom management, effective grading, and preparing for the first day of class. Ideas for specific types of teaching, time management, and working with students will also be shared.


Online Learning Modules to complete prior to the TA Seminar
Additionally, TAs are encouraged to enroll and participate in the CELT Teaching Resources (TA Cohort) [Year Round Training] on Canvas prior to the TA Seminar. Email askcelt@iastate.edu to request access.
Help us welcome your new TAs to the ISU classroom!

*Facilitated by:*
Karen Bovenmyer, Program Coordinator for Preparing Future Faculty

Duration: 2.00

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Course ID: CONTR-ALLOWAB-2016-CL

Course Title: Allowability and Appropriateness: How to Know if Expenses are Allowable

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

This workshop will cover the criteria for determining if expenses are allowable, including an overview of hospitality guidelines and expenses that are unallowable on sponsored programs.

Duration: 2.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CONTR-EMPLRMB-2016-CL

Course Title: Employee Reimbursements: Beyond the Basics

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

TBD

Duration: 2.00

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Course ID: CONTR-EMPLRMBB-2016-CL

Course Title: Employee Reimbursements: Basic Training

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

A hands-on practice environment to allow new users to familiarize themselves with how to enter both travel and non-travel reimbursements.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CONTR-FFS-2016-CL

Course Title: Fee-for-Service Training

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

This training is for new and experienced fee-for-service users. We will be discussing the university's FFS policy and breaking down what costs are allowable in a FFS rate.

Duration: 1.50

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CONTR-SPACE-SURVEY-CL

Course Title: Space Survey Presentation

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Space Survey Overview. This is meant for ISU Space Coodinators.

Duration: 1.50

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Course ID: CONTR-SPECS-2016-CL

Course Title: Sponsored Programs Education & Certification Sessions

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

SPECS is offered jointly by the Office of Sponsored Programs Administration and Sponsored Programs Accounting. It is a 10-session certification training program that covers a full range of topics related to the successful management of sponsored projects at ISU. Topics include all Pre-Award and Post-Award functions, research compliance, technology transfer and related issues. The participants attend 5 sessions in the Fall and 5 sessions in the Spring. This training is appropriate for all administrative and support staff who provide assistance to Principal Investigators/Project Directors on sponsored projects.

Duration: 3.00

Credit Amount: 0

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Course ID: CONTR-WWAP-2016-CL

Course Title: Working with Accounts Payable

Delivery: Instructor Led

Description:

Learn the processing steps for paying invoices and how to avoid common problems with each processing step, as well as tips on how to expedite payments.

Duration: 1.50

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Course ID: CVM-SAFETY-LN2-2015-ON

Course Title: Liquid Nitrogen Facility Safety Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This document provides the training for the usage of the Liquid Nitrogen Facility. After reviewing the document, please speak with CVM Administration to review the training and approve your request for access to the LN2 freezers.

This course is only for users of the LN2 freezers located at the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

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Course ID: DIN-CAFES-BKRY-2018-ON

Course Title: Cafes - Bakery & Grab n' Go Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is for individuals working with the Bakery anf Grab n' Go section of the cafes within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn the reposibilities of working this section, along with standard procedures and policies related to this role.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

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Course ID: DIN-CAFES-BRST-2018-ON

Course Title: Cafes - Barista Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is for those individuals who will be working as a barista in a cafe within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn the various coffee drinks served in a cafe, opening and closing the barista station, along with general rules to use as a barista.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

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Course ID: DIN-CAFES-CSHR-2018-ON

Course Title: Cafes - Cashier Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course is for people working in the cafes section of ISU Dining. During this training learners will learn the duties and responsibiliites of being a cashier in a cafe on campus.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CAFES-DELI-2018-ON

Course Title: Cafes - Deli Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course is for individuals working in a cafe on campus for ISU Dining. In the course, you will learn the appropriate method to make deli sandwiches, opening and closing the deli, along with general deli guidelines.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CAFES-QA-2019-ON

Course Title: Cafes - Quality Assurance

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is for individuals working in the cafes within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn tabout quality assurance, along with standard procedures and policies related to quality assurance.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CAFES-SUPR-2018-ON

Course Title: Cafes - New Supervisor Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is for new supervisors in the cafes within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn the functions of being a supervisor for a cafe, along with procedures to follow for these various functions.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CAFES-WHRL-2018-ON

Course Title: Cafes - How to Whirlybird

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This is a guide for employees working at Whirlybirds, part of ISU Dining. This training covers everything you could possibly know about setting up, making drinks, and cleaning.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CAT-BAR-2019-ON

Course Title: ISU Dining - Catering Bartender Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

The Bartender Training course and its accompanying quiz are intended to act as a guidebook on how to e a great bartender with ISU Catering.

Topics covered in this training include:

  • Menu options and bar service with ISU Catering
  • Bartender ShiftsL A Start to Finish Guide
  • Bar Setup (including presentation and what to bring)
  • Kegerators: tapping, troubleshooting and cleaning
  • IPACT Training and ID checking
  • Customer Service and Refusal of Services
  • Cash Handling
  • Radio Etiquette
  • Paperwork
  • Cosling Dutines, Bottle Recycling, and Bar Room Upkeep

Duration: 0.75

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CAT-EO-2019-ON

Course Title: ISU Dining - Catering New Employee Orientation

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training will be your orientation to who we are, what we do and what we expect of you as a new employee with ISU catering.

Duration: 0.75

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-CLYDES-OVR-2019-ON

Course Title: Welcome to Clyde's Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training will provide an overview of the Clyde's dining facility, along with policies and procedures in place for the operation.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-FWSTSS-2018-ON

Course Title: ISU Dining - Supervisor - Workplace & Food Safety

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

ISU Dining Food and Workplace Safety Supervisor Review is intended to refresh student supervisors on the subjects of Food Safety and Workplace Safety. As a supervisor, your responsibilities are greater and the need to know and teach this information is a part of your position.

Duration: 0.75

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-BARSTA-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Barista/Expeditor Refresher Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hand-on in this area.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-BCSTRE-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Beverage Employee Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands-on in these stations. This training is for returning Hawthorn employees only.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-CASH-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Cashier Refresher Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands-on as a cashier.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-CUST-2018-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Customer Service Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is for existing employees of Hawthorn Dining. The training is related to providing excellent customer service in the facility.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-DELI-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Deli Refresher Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands on at the deli station.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-DISH-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Dishroom Refresher Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands on in the dish room.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-GRFRY-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Grill & Fryer Returning Employee Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously have been through the hands-on training.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-GROC-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Groceries Returning Employee Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who have previously gone through the hands on training for this station.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-LANDE-2018-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Lance and Ellie's Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course is designed for individuals working in Lance and Ellie's at Hanwthorn Market.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-NEW-2020-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Market Cafe - What's New Spring 2020

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course covers changes and new items for spring 2020 at Hawthorn Market Cafe.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-PIZZA-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Pizza Returning Employee Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is designed for employees who are previously gone through the hands on pizza training.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-RTNSTU-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Returning Student Orientation

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

The purpose of this training is to remind you of the policies of ISU Dining, Food Safety, Safe Food Handling, and Customer Service. This will not be a very in-depth presentation, we will just be touching on each item you may encounter in the work place.

Duration: 1.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-SAFETY-2018-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Food Safety Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training is for Hawthron Market employees around the topic of food safety.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-SDELI-2018-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Dining Deli Refresher - Spring 2018

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course is a refrehser for returning employees on the deli station at Hawthorn.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-SORNT-2018-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Market Spring Orientation

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course provides an overivew of the changes in Hawthorn Markeet for Spring 2018.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-SPSA-2017-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Dining Salad Refresher

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course is a refresher on soup and salads in the Hawthron Market.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-STORE-2018-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn C-Store Training

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This is a refresher training for individuals previously trained in working in the C-Store at Hawthorn.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-WASH-2020-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Market Cafe - Handwashing and Glove Use

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course will cover proper handwashing techniques and proper glove usage related to food handling and safety which origniate from federal and state code, and may be further adapted to accommodate ISU Dining policies and procedures.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-HAW-WKDAY-2019-ON

Course Title: Hawthorn Market Cafe - Introduction to Workday

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This course will provide employees an overview of how to use Workday at ISU Dining.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-MSCFW-GRTR-2017-ON

Course Title: ISU Dining Greeter Training - Simphony

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This program will cover all of the necessary information you will need to be a successful greeter at one of our residential dining locations. The information contained in this program will be predominantly geared towards the Union Drive Marketplace, Seasons Marketplace, Conversations, Storms, and Friley Windows dining centers.

Duration: 0.50

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 365

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-SSBT-2018-ON

Course Title: ISU Dining - Supervisor - Service Summary BOOKS

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

This training covers the following topics for ISU Dining - cycle menu, recipes, production sheets, scales, conversion charts, service summary, and variance. Please note, do not complete this training if it has not been assigned to you by your supervisor.

Duration: 0.75

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

Last Changed:

Course Information

Course ID: DIN-ST-MGMT-2019-ON

Course Title: ISU Dining - Supervisor - Mgmt 101

Delivery: On-Line

Description:

During this introductory training, known as Managment 101, we will review important policies and procedures as well as discuss some new information.

If you have addtional questions, please contact the Dining Student Staffing Office.

Duration: 2.00

Credit Amount: 0

Days Valid: 0

Last Changed:

Course Title and Description Catalog Pricing
Course Title and Description Catalog Pricing
Shop Safety Fundamentals

Covers basic procedures and policies for academic shop settings.

Environmental Health and Safety $0.00
Biosafety Level 2 Laboratories and You

This course is designed to inform personnel working in a BSL2 about the procedures and practices they should be aware of when working in the lab.

Participants will learn what biohazardous materials are, where they are found, principle routes of exposure, proper PPE, universal precaution, common techniques in a BSL2, decontamination of and disposal of biological materials, lab equipment used in a BSL2, engineering controls, reporting procedures, signage and standard operating procedures

Environmental Health and Safety $0.00
Autoclave Operation

Provides standard operating procedures for the use of autoclaves. Autoclaving is a process used to destroy microorganisms and decontaminate biohazardous waste and microbiological equipment.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Base Bath to Clean Glassware

The procedure describes the process of preparing, maintaining, and safely using a base bath to clean glassware.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Operation of the Thermo Scientific Lindberg Blue M Box Furnace

Standard operating procedure for use of the Blue M Box Furnace in Room 159D Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Handling Carcinogens

Describes the safe use of confirmed carcinogens. Establishes designated areas for use of confirmed carcinogens. Outlines decontamination and emergency spill procedures. Details proper secondary containment. Documents emergency plans for spills.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Standard Test Method for Cement Content of Hardened Soil-Cement Mixtures

Standard operating procedure for determination of cement content in Room 147 Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Test Method for Shake Extraction of Soil-CGR Mixture with Water

Standard operating procedure for prepratory extraction work in Room 147 Town

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Chemical Handling

Describes the safe use of chemicals. Establishes designated areas for use of chemicals. Outlines decontamination and emergency spill procedures. Documents emergency plans for spills.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Chemical Oxygen Demand (Prior Approval Procedure)

Standard operating procedure for chemical oxygen demand determination.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
ConE 353 Electrical Systems in Buildings Laboratory Safety
Standard operating procedure document for ConE 353 Electrical Systems in Buildings Laboratory Safety.
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Handling Cryogenic Material

Cryogenic Materials will be defined here as any material used for cooling baths that has a melting point, boiling point or sustained temperature below -20°C. This includes dry ice (solid CO2), dry ice-isopropanol mixture, frozen slush baths prepared from liquid nitrogen and organic liquids (methanol, ethanol, hexane, toluene, etc.) and liquid nitrogen. Handling procedures for these cryogenic materials are described.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Use of Drying Ovens

Describes start-up procedures for, hazards involved with, and rules associated with the use of ovens in the laboratory.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Eyewash Flushing
To ensure a properly-functioning eyewash station with clean water in the event of an emergency, laboratories must flush their eyewash station monthly. Procedures to follow when performing a monthly
eyewash flush are described.
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Autotrophic Denitrification Fermenter

Standard operating procedure for fermenter process in Room 159C Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Gow-Mac Gas Chromatography (GC) Series 350

Standard operating procedure for use of the Gow-Mac GC in Room 122 Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Particularly Hazardous Substances

Describes the baseline requirements necessary for safe storage, use, handling and disposal of chemicals that have been designated as “particularly hazardous” by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and the National Toxicology Program (NTP). This includes carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and teratogens.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Use of Hot Plates

Describes start-up procedures for, hazards involved with, and rules associated with the use of hot plates in the laboratory.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Changing the Argon Tank on the Shimadzu ICP

Standard operating procedure detailing changeout of the argon tank for the Shimadzu IEPE 9810 in Room 120 Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Listing of CCEE/EHS-mandated courses document for Lab Access

FlippingBook listing of CCEE/EHS-mandated courses document for lab access.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
PPE Requirements

This SOP identifies PPE needs, performance requirements, and training requirements in the laboratory.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Refrigerator and Freezer Usage

Describes the proper usage of the refrigerator/freezer to store chemicals in lab environments.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 112 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 116 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 120 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 122 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 123 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 124 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 130 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 138 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 142 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 147 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 148 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 155 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 156 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159A - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159B - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159C - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159D - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159E - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159F - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 159 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 160 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 162 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 164 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 168 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 175 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 177 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 34 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 40 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 42 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Room 55 - Laboratory and Field Work Safety Checklist for Lab Manager or Coordinator

Checklist of orientation topics discussed by lab manager/coordinator and individual (trainee) who will work in CCEE labs or the field under their management.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
CCEE Laboratory and Fieldwork Safety Checklist for Trainee

Safety checklist for individuals who will work in CCEE lab spaces or in the field to electronically sign prior beginning their work.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Drum Mixer Safety

Online training module for safety and standard operation of the drum mixer.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Hobart Mixer Safety

Online training module for safety and standard operation of Hobart mixers.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Pan Mixer Safety

Online training module for safety and standard operation of the pan mixer.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
CCEE Research and Instructional Laboratories and Field Work Safety Policies and Guidelines document
Lab and Fieldwork safety policies and guidelines for all CCEE employees in CCEE Department lab spaces or conducting field work.
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
CCEE Research and Instructional Laboratories and Field Work Safety Policies and Guidelines

Lab and Fieldwork safety orientation training for all CCEE employees in CCEE Department lab spaces or conducting field work.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
CCEE Research and Instructional Laboratories and Field Work Safety Policies and Guidelines document

Lab and Fieldwork safety policies and guidelines for all CCEE employees in CCEE Department lab spaces or conducting field work.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Slab Saw Safety

Online training module for safety and standard operation of the slab saw.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Operation of the SEAL AQ2 Discreet Analyzer

Standard operating procedure for Seal AQ2 work in Room 159 Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Test Method for Shake Extraction of Solid Waste with Water

Standard operating procedure for prepratory extraction work in Room 147 Town.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Handling Suspected Carcinogens
Describes the safe use of suspected carcinogens. Establishes designated areas for use of suspected carcinogens. Outlines decontamination and emergency spill procedures. Details proper secondary containment. Documents emergency plans for spills.
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Operation of the Shimadzu Total Organic Carbon Analyzer

Standard operating procedure for operating the Shimadzu TOC analyzer in Room 120 Town

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Transporting Compressed Gas Cylinders and Cryogens

Describes procedures to follow for safet transport of compressed gas cylinders and cryogens by elevator.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
Vacuum Pumps

Describes start-up procedures for, hazards involved with, and rules associated with the use of vacuum pumps in the laboratory.

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering $0.00
First Look at Canvas - Learning Management System (Self-Paced Video)

First Look introduces participants to the Canvas environment, login procedure, and global navigation. Attendees will explore account setup, personal preferences, and communication tools, such as the Inbox and Calendar. This session also presents the numerous avenues for support available to each Canvas user.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Course Basics in Canvas - Learning Management System(Self-Paced Video)

Course Basics provides an overview of the layout and features included in a Canvas course. Users will learn about the Course Navigation Menu and individual components that can be used to deliver content and assess student performance. This introductory demonstration provides users with the background knowledge to begin their Canvas journey.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(January)

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
CELT Teaching Talks: Course design conversations

Do you follow the science of learning when you teach? A course design conversation with Lesya Hassall, Program Coordinator (CELT), is a fun, interactive session on the fundamentals of purposeful teaching using the science of successful learning.

Join us for monthly CELT Teaching Talks on a variety of topics focused on teaching and learning.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and engage in this collaborative environment of faculty, staff and graduate student learning.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Learning Assessment Techniques

Why should I assess? I'm already grading! Although grading is an integral part of teaching, grades rarely can identify those elements of teaching that are effective or need improvement. Learning Assessment Techniques (LATs) are short and simple strategies for assessing student learning throughout the semester.

This session will describe the process of implementing LATs, offer examples of LATs, and provide an opportunity for instructors to develop their own LATs, We will also discuss how LATS can be used to complement course evaluations and grades.

Participants will identify the process used to develop a LAT and design one LAT for their course.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Teaching and Learning Circle: Powerful Learning Tools: Unleash the Science of Learning

The book Powerful Learning Tools: Unleash the Science of Learning by Pooja K. Agarwal and Patrice M. Bain (2019) discusses practical ways to introduce retrieval, spaced out, interleaving and metacognition-driven practice to any classroom. The facilitators, Drs. Anna Johnson (Animal Science) and Lesya Hassall (CELT) will lead discussions and activities to help you devise a plan for classroom implementation of retrieval practice and meta-cognition-based feedback for better learning. Coped of the books will be provided to the 15 first participants who register online by January 13, 2020.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Free Textbooks and More: Open Educational Resources (OER) panel and workshop

Join us for a panel discussion on the impact of free, openly licensed course materials in the classroom. In this 2-part event, a panel of faculty and students will begin by sharing their experiences using OER in the classroom. Following the panel, participants will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop to learn more about finding and evaluating open resources for your course.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Teaching Gen Z: In the Classroom and Beyond

Growing up having never known a time without smart phones and social media, Generation Z use technology as an extension of themselves. Gen Z is the most diverse generation in American history, and in the aftermath of the Great Recession, are focused on the value and relevance of the college degree.

In this interactive presentation, participants will consider Gen Z attributes and effective means of teaching and interacting with the generational cohort inside and outside of the classroom.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(February)

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Teaching and Learning Circle: Transparent Design in Higher Education Teaching and Leadership

The book Transparent Design in Higher Education Teaching and Leadership by M. Winkelmes et al. (2019) presents an evidence-based transparency framework that guides instructors toward clarifying the purpose, tasks, and criteria in academic coursework.

In this three-session teaching and learning circle, facilitator Monica Lamm will lead discussions and activities to help you apply the transparency framework to your assignments and course syllabus.

The Teaching and Learning Circle will meet weekly for three consecutive weeks on Tuesdays February 11, 18 & 25.

Copies of the book will be provided to participants.

**Register by Friday January 24th.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Introduction to Mindful and Contemplative Pedagogy in the Classroom

Karen Couves, (CELT Faculty Development Program Coordinator) will guide you through building awareness, community and connection in the classroom. Mindful and contemplative pedagogy will be discussed and modeled in this interactive presentation.

Participants are invited to explore ways to enhance learning environments using breathing, writing, and other focus and attention restorative techniques from the Tree of Contemplative Practices.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Getting Started with Project-Based Learning

An introduction to Project-Based Learning (PBL) teaching strategies, suggestions for integrating PBL into course activities (including examples), and best practices for assessment. Ideal for instructors considering PBL for their course, Practice-Based Term faculty, and/or Administrators.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Teaching "Great Problems" with Project-Based Learning

An Introduction to the "Great Problems Seminar" at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, lessons in adopting / creating similar courses, and discussions about cultivating innovation and social-entrepreneurial practices in cross-disciplinary student teams. Ideal for instructors and Administrators at all levels and disciplines.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

This workshop will take place in 4250 Student Innovation Center.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces

When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur.

Learning objectives: recognize the appropriate responses to disruptive conduct, include language about behavioral expectations and mutual responsibility in course syllabi, and identify strategies, resources and possible responses for in-and-out of the learning environment.

For additional information, visit
CELT's Managing Disruptive Conduct in Learning Spaces webpage (http://bit.ly/disruptclass).

Facilitator: Laura Bestler, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Advanced Project-Based Learning: Enhanced Outcomes

A deeper dive into the evolving nature of Project-Based Learning (PBL) in contemporary educational experiences (including cross-disciplinary teamwork, challenges of engagement and assessment, and curricular challenges / opportunities). Ideal for instructors and Administrators that are currently engaged in PBL work who are looking for critical discussions, and suggestions for Best Practices and "what's next" in education.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

This workshop will take place in 4250 Student Innovation Center.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Teaching "Great Problems" with Project-Based Learning

An Introduction to the "Great Problems Seminar" at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, lessons in adopting / creating similar courses, and discussions about cultivating innovation and social-entrepreneurial practices in cross-disciplinary student teams. Ideal for instructors and Administrators at all levels and disciplines.

CELT is hosting a series of Project-Based Learning Workshops presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

This workshop will take place in 4250 Student Innovation Center.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
CELT Teaching Talks: Meaningful writing prompts

If you are not receiving the type of writing you want from students, then this session is for you. The Director of the Writing and Media Center, Joseph Cheatle, will lead a discussion about writing assignments (any assignment that includes assessment of student writing), how to scaffold assignments, and how to effectively utilize peer review.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Engagement Strategies for Every Classroom

Sara Marcketti, Director, CELT and Professor in Apparel, Events & Hospitality Management, will guide participants through engagement strategies applicable for every classroom.

From the carousel technique to the "barometer," attendees will experience a variety of techniques that they can implement right now and scale to any size learning environment.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR)

Learn the underlying principles behind the QM Rubric and the critical elements of the QM quality assurance process. Learn about drafting helpful recommendations as you apply the Rubric to an actual course. QM's flagship workshop on the QM Rubric and its use in reviewing the design of online and blended courses is intended for a broad audience, including but not limited to faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and adjunct instructors.

It is particularly helpful to those new to QM or those considering the adoption of a quality assurance process for online and blended learning. In addition to learning about the QM Rubric and the course review process, participants will learn to apply the concept of alignment and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement. The APPQMR is the prerequisite for the Peer Reviewer Course, which is the required course to become a QM Peer Reviewer. This workshop is recommended for those looking to understand the QM Rubric and course review process and wish to complete the Higher Ed Peer Reviewer Course.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to: Recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters; identify the critical elements of the QM quality assurance program, including the QM Rubric, materials, processes, and administrative components; apply the QM Rubric to review online courses; make decisions on whether the demo course meets selected QM Rubric Standards; apply the concept of alignment; and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement by citing annotations from the QM Rubric and evidence from the course.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Meditation: Why is it so useful and how can I use it in my classroom?

Many studies show regular meditation practice may be helpful for high blood pressure, psychological health, pain management and mitigating the effect of stress and sleep disorders. Join Karen Bovenmyer, (Future Faculty Development Program Coordinator, CELT) in a guided meditation experience suitable for use in your everyday life, in your classrooms/professional development sessions, and in your friend and family life.

Participants will leave this session with basic scientific knowledge about the benefits of meditation, several different meditations to try, and a relaxed and renewed teaching spirit.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(March)

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
CELT Teaching Talks: Creating authentic videos and web tutorials

Join Shenglan Zhang, Assistant Professor (WLC), as she will focus on the underlying design principles in creating web tutorials for a flipped classroom. She will share how the students used the tutorials, various ways of holding students' using the web tutorials accountable, how supplemental authentic micro-videos were made, and students' perceptions of these videos.

Join us for monthly CELT Teaching Talks on a variety of topics focused on teaching and learning.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and engage in this collaborative environment of faculty, staff and graduate student learning.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Improving Your Online Course (IYOC)

The "Improving Your Online Course" workshop explores the QM Rubric and provides a framework to improve the quality of online courses. Participants use the QM Rubric to review their own online courses and develop a course improvement plan. The content is based on the essential Specific Review Standards of the Quality Matters Rubric.

Participants come away with a plan for course improvement so enrolling in the workshop with a pre-developed online course is required. This workshop is recommended for tenured, tenure-eligible, and term faculty; staff with a teaching role, and instructional designers with a course they are wanting to improve.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to: recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters; apply the essential Specific Review Standards of the Quality Matters Rubric to your own online course; describe the alignment of at least one module/unit in your online course; and prioritize improvements to your online course.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces

When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur.

Learning objectives: recognize the appropriate responses to disruptive conduct, include language about behavioral expectations and mutual responsibility in course syllabi, and identify strategies, resources and possible responses for in-and-out of the learning environment.

For additional information, visit
CELT's Managing Disruptive Conduct in Learning Spaces webpage (http://bit.ly/disruptclass).

Facilitator: Laura Bestler, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Turning your scholarly teaching into Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)

Scholarly teaching focuses on student learning and is grounded in the subject matter being taught, and in the implementation of effective pedagogies. The scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) involves framing a research question related to student learning and systematically investigating it.

The research methods often include qualitative and quantitative data collection as well as direct and indirect measures. Upon completion of the workshop participants will have: 1) identified and developed a researchable question; 2) developed a framework for data collection; and 3) completed a project timeline including milestones.

This CELT workshop is presented by Cindy Haynes, Horticulture Associate Professor and CELT Advisory Board Member, and Sara Marcketti, Director, CELT and Professor in Apparel, Events & Hospitality Management.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Miller Open Education Mini-Grants: Proposal Writing Q&A

Are you curious about how to complete the ideal proposal for the Miller Open Education Mini-Grant Program? In this Q&A-style workshop, staff will guide you through the application process with example proposals, a copy of the application rubric, and all the answers to your questions.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Panel: Mindful and Contemplative Pedagogy Practitioners

Karen Couves (Faculty Development Program Coordinator, CELT), moderates a panel of mindful and contemplative pedagogy practitioners from Iowa State: Christina Campbell (Associate Professor, FSHN), Brenna Dixon (Assistant Teaching Professor, ENGL), and Janet Johnson (Clinical Associate Professor, FSHN).

Panelists will share what mindful and contemplative practices they have incorporated, why they chose to do so, and the changes in student engagement and learning they have noticed. Participants will leave with practical ways to implement mindfulness in their own classrooms.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
ISU Online Learning Community (ISU-OLC)(April)

The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus. Audience: faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. Registration is required at least one day prior to this learning community.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
CELT Teaching Talks: Tips for teaching classes with 300+ students

Come learn a few techniques with Kelly Reddy-Best, Assistant Professor (AESHM), on how to move away from a purely lecture-based course session to a more engaging and student-centered environment while managing large numbers of students in a single in-person classroom session. Practical examples that are transferable across disciplines will be demonstrated and practiced in the session.

Join us for monthly CELT Teaching Talks on a variety of topics focused on teaching and learning.

Please feel free to bring your lunch and engage in this collaborative environment of faculty, staff and graduate student learning.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Workshop, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR)

Learn the underlying principles behind the QM Rubric and the critical elements of the QM quality assurance process. Learn about drafting helpful recommendations as you apply the Rubric to an actual course. QM's flagship workshop on the QM Rubric and its use in reviewing the design of online and blended courses is intended for a broad audience, including but not limited to faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and adjunct instructors.

It is particularly helpful to those new to QM or those considering the adoption of a quality assurance process for online and blended learning. In addition to learning about the QM Rubric and the course review process, participants will learn to apply the concept of alignment and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement. The APPQMR is the prerequisite for the Peer Reviewer Course, which is the required course to become a QM Peer Reviewer. This workshop is recommended for those looking to understand the QM Rubric and course review process and wish to complete the Higher Ed Peer Reviewer Course.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to: Recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters; identify the critical elements of the QM quality assurance program, including the QM Rubric, materials, processes, and administrative components; apply the QM Rubric to review online courses; make decisions on whether the demo course meets selected QM Rubric Standards; apply the concept of alignment; and draft helpful recommendations for course improvement by citing annotations from the QM Rubric and evidence from the course.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Building an inclusive and learner-centered syllabus

This conversation will be a starting place for thinking through how to implement inclusive pedagogy and learner-centered practices into your syllabus for the upcoming year. We will discuss strategies for producing a student-centered syllabus; as well as, the importance of establishing clear expectations and goals, using transparent teaching methods, and building rapport and community in your class. Would you like to learn more? View CELT's Creating an Inclusive Classroom webpage and download CELT's Learner Centered Mindful Syllabus Checklist (PDF)

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces

When disruptive conduct takes place, a number of Iowa State University instructors recommend addressing it immediately. Their advice: remain calm, assess the situation, listen to student concerns. Especially recommended: provide a clear, firm response that is consistent with responses you've given other students. The strategies and resources in this workshop will help you prepare for these moments before they occur. Learning objectives: recognize the appropriate responses to disruptive conduct, include language about behavioral expectations and mutual responsibility in course syllabi, and identify strategies, resources and possible responses for in-and-out of the learning environment.

For additional information, visit CELT's Managing Disruptive Conduct in Learning Spaces webpage (http://bit.ly/isumanage) Facilitator: Laura Bestler, Program. Coordinator, CELT

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Award-Winning Seminar Series: Engagement through creative notetaking

Do students in your classes sometimes have trouble paying attention for the entire period? How can we encourage them to put away cell phones and laptops and avoid distraction? Can you build a one-on-one relationship with students in a large class?

Early achievement in teaching awardee, Tejas Dhadphale, Assistant Professor of Industrial Design, will share with you several notetaking techniques he uses in his 90-minute, 70+ creativity classroom to 1) keep student attention 2) assess individual learning progress and 3) build rapport.

Participants will leave this interactive session with examples and ideas to create notetaking and visual aids to hold student attention in any length, any size class for any discipline.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Award-Winning Seminar Series: Online course design for seasoned professors

Old wine, new wineskins. How do we effectively adapt a traditional class for online learning? What are the benefits of working with an online designer from Engineering-LAS Online or CELT? Susan Yager, Morrill Professor of English, will share with you how she created innovative online learning for a discussion-based children's literature class.

Participants will leave with new ideas for designing small group collaboration, creating a sense of instructor presence, and articulating clear outcomes relative to the assignments and rubrics in the online environment.

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(February)

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(March)

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(April)

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Discuss Published Education Research in Your Discipline (DBER Journal Club)(May)

How do students learn best in your discipline? Where can you publish the way you solved instructional problems? You are invited to share and discuss DBER journal articles, seek feedback as you begin designing your own educational research projects, and form collaborations with participants from other disciplines. Dr. Nancy Boury (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayali Kukday (Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology) will serve as facilitators for this journal-club-style reading-and-learning circle with the aim to build a cross-disciplinary education community

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
CELT Spring Semester Teaching Assistant (TA) Seminar

All TAs who are new to the ISU classroom, or who have received a teaching assignment different from what they have done before, are strongly encouraged to attend this seminar. Discussion will focus on topics such as classroom management, effective grading, and preparing for the first day of class. Ideas for specific types of teaching, time management, and working with students will also be shared.


Online Learning Modules to complete prior to the TA Seminar
Additionally, TAs are encouraged to enroll and participate in the CELT Teaching Resources (TA Cohort) [Year Round Training] on Canvas prior to the TA Seminar. Email
askcelt@iastate.edu to request access.
Help us welcome your new TAs to the ISU classroom!

*Facilitated by:*
Karen Bovenmyer, Program Coordinator for Preparing Future Faculty

CELT: Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching $0.00
Allowability and Appropriateness: How to Know if Expenses are Allowable

This workshop will cover the criteria for determining if expenses are allowable, including an overview of hospitality guidelines and expenses that are unallowable on sponsored programs.

Controller's Department $0.00
Employee Reimbursements: Beyond the Basics

TBD

Controller's Department $0.00
Employee Reimbursements: Basic Training

A hands-on practice environment to allow new users to familiarize themselves with how to enter both travel and non-travel reimbursements.

Controller's Department $0.00
Fee-for-Service Training

This training is for new and experienced fee-for-service users. We will be discussing the university's FFS policy and breaking down what costs are allowable in a FFS rate.

Controller's Department $0.00
Space Survey Presentation

Space Survey Overview. This is meant for ISU Space Coodinators.

FP&M Space Survey $0.00
Sponsored Programs Education & Certification Sessions

SPECS is offered jointly by the Office of Sponsored Programs Administration and Sponsored Programs Accounting. It is a 10-session certification training program that covers a full range of topics related to the successful management of sponsored projects at ISU. Topics include all Pre-Award and Post-Award functions, research compliance, technology transfer and related issues. The participants attend 5 sessions in the Fall and 5 sessions in the Spring. This training is appropriate for all administrative and support staff who provide assistance to Principal Investigators/Project Directors on sponsored projects.

Controller's Department $0.00
Working with Accounts Payable

Learn the processing steps for paying invoices and how to avoid common problems with each processing step, as well as tips on how to expedite payments.

Controller's Department $0.00
Liquid Nitrogen Facility Safety Training

This document provides the training for the usage of the Liquid Nitrogen Facility. After reviewing the document, please speak with CVM Administration to review the training and approve your request for access to the LN2 freezers.

This course is only for users of the LN2 freezers located at the College of Veterinary Medicine.

College of Veterinary Medicine-Liquid Nitrogen Facility $0.00
Cafes - Bakery & Grab n' Go Training

This training is for individuals working with the Bakery anf Grab n' Go section of the cafes within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn the reposibilities of working this section, along with standard procedures and policies related to this role.

ISU Dining $0.00
Cafes - Barista Training

This training is for those individuals who will be working as a barista in a cafe within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn the various coffee drinks served in a cafe, opening and closing the barista station, along with general rules to use as a barista.

ISU Dining $0.00
Cafes - Cashier Training

This course is for people working in the cafes section of ISU Dining. During this training learners will learn the duties and responsibiliites of being a cashier in a cafe on campus.

ISU Dining $0.00
Cafes - Deli Training

This course is for individuals working in a cafe on campus for ISU Dining. In the course, you will learn the appropriate method to make deli sandwiches, opening and closing the deli, along with general deli guidelines.

ISU Dining $0.00
Cafes - Quality Assurance

This training is for individuals working in the cafes within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn tabout quality assurance, along with standard procedures and policies related to quality assurance.

ISU Dining $0.00
Cafes - New Supervisor Training

This training is for new supervisors in the cafes within ISU Dining. During this training, you will learn the functions of being a supervisor for a cafe, along with procedures to follow for these various functions.

ISU Dining $0.00
Cafes - How to Whirlybird

This is a guide for employees working at Whirlybirds, part of ISU Dining. This training covers everything you could possibly know about setting up, making drinks, and cleaning.

ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Dining - Catering Bartender Training

The Bartender Training course and its accompanying quiz are intended to act as a guidebook on how to e a great bartender with ISU Catering.

Topics covered in this training include:

  • Menu options and bar service with ISU Catering
  • Bartender ShiftsL A Start to Finish Guide
  • Bar Setup (including presentation and what to bring)
  • Kegerators: tapping, troubleshooting and cleaning
  • IPACT Training and ID checking
  • Customer Service and Refusal of Services
  • Cash Handling
  • Radio Etiquette
  • Paperwork
  • Cosling Dutines, Bottle Recycling, and Bar Room Upkeep
ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Dining - Catering New Employee Orientation

This training will be your orientation to who we are, what we do and what we expect of you as a new employee with ISU catering.

ISU Dining $0.00
Welcome to Clyde's Training

This training will provide an overview of the Clyde's dining facility, along with policies and procedures in place for the operation.

ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Dining - Supervisor - Workplace & Food Safety

ISU Dining Food and Workplace Safety Supervisor Review is intended to refresh student supervisors on the subjects of Food Safety and Workplace Safety. As a supervisor, your responsibilities are greater and the need to know and teach this information is a part of your position.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Barista/Expeditor Refresher Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hand-on in this area.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Beverage Employee Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands-on in these stations. This training is for returning Hawthorn employees only.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Cashier Refresher Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands-on as a cashier.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Customer Service Training

This training is for existing employees of Hawthorn Dining. The training is related to providing excellent customer service in the facility.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Deli Refresher Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands on at the deli station.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Dishroom Refresher Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously been trained hands on in the dish room.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Grill & Fryer Returning Employee Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously have been through the hands-on training.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Groceries Returning Employee Training

This training is designed for employees who have previously gone through the hands on training for this station.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Lance and Ellie's Training

This course is designed for individuals working in Lance and Ellie's at Hanwthorn Market.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Market Cafe - What's New Spring 2020

This course covers changes and new items for spring 2020 at Hawthorn Market Cafe.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Pizza Returning Employee Training

This training is designed for employees who are previously gone through the hands on pizza training.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Returning Student Orientation

The purpose of this training is to remind you of the policies of ISU Dining, Food Safety, Safe Food Handling, and Customer Service. This will not be a very in-depth presentation, we will just be touching on each item you may encounter in the work place.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Food Safety Training

This training is for Hawthron Market employees around the topic of food safety.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Dining Deli Refresher - Spring 2018

This course is a refrehser for returning employees on the deli station at Hawthorn.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Market Spring Orientation

This course provides an overivew of the changes in Hawthorn Markeet for Spring 2018.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Dining Salad Refresher

This course is a refresher on soup and salads in the Hawthron Market.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn C-Store Training

This is a refresher training for individuals previously trained in working in the C-Store at Hawthorn.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Market Cafe - Handwashing and Glove Use

This course will cover proper handwashing techniques and proper glove usage related to food handling and safety which origniate from federal and state code, and may be further adapted to accommodate ISU Dining policies and procedures.

ISU Dining $0.00
Hawthorn Market Cafe - Introduction to Workday

This course will provide employees an overview of how to use Workday at ISU Dining.

ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Dining Greeter Training - Simphony

This program will cover all of the necessary information you will need to be a successful greeter at one of our residential dining locations. The information contained in this program will be predominantly geared towards the Union Drive Marketplace, Seasons Marketplace, Conversations, Storms, and Friley Windows dining centers.

ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Dining - Supervisor - Service Summary BOOKS

This training covers the following topics for ISU Dining - cycle menu, recipes, production sheets, scales, conversion charts, service summary, and variance. Please note, do not complete this training if it has not been assigned to you by your supervisor.

ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Dining - Supervisor - Mgmt 101

During this introductory training, known as Managment 101, we will review important policies and procedures as well as discuss some new information.

If you have addtional questions, please contact the Dining Student Staffing Office.

ISU Dining $0.00
ISU Police - Self-Defense Programming