January 2022 Module Development & Community Building Experience

This meeting will now be held virtually via Zoom, with sessions on:

  • Thursday, Jan 20 Kick-off meeting (10-3 Central)
  • Thursday, Jan 27 (10-3 Central)
  • Thursday, Feb 10 (12-4 Central)
  • An additional follow-on meeting will be scheduled for Share Out & Dissemination Planning

About this experience

Participants will create an EDDIE teaching module that uses an openly available dataset for an ecology, limnology, geology, oceanography, hydrology, or environmental science course. Each module will focus on specific scientific concepts and address a set of quantitative reasoning or analytical skills using a large dataset that is available online. Expert mentoring and virtual collaboration will help you improve your teaching module as you develop it and use it in your course. We are actively recruiting instructors from different disciplines and encourage you to apply. Participants will be expected to develop their module during the workshop, which includes a virtual peer review. Participants are expected to complete a module, teach it, and incorporate revisions from an external review. Modules will be published by December 2022 and appear with other activities in the EDDIE materials collection December 2022. Your work will contribute to a major effort to build student quantitative reasoning engaging with open data. Participants will be provided a $1500 stipend for completing their work.

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Workshop Facilitators & Technical Support

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  • Catherine O'Reilly, Illinois State University
  • Dax Soule, Queen's College - CUNY
  • Thomas Meixner, University of Arizona
  • Cailin Huyck Orr, SERC at Carleton College
  • Sarah Fortner, SERC at Carleton College
  • Monica Bruckner, SERC at Carleton College
  • Andrew Haveles, University of Wisconsin- River Falls

If you have questions about this workshop, please contact Sarah Fortner (sfortner at Carleton dot edu) or Monica Bruckner (mbruckne at Carleton dot edu).

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