Archive Available for the Free Webinar Collaborating Effectively to Create a Multi-institutional TBL Curriculum

In our third free webinar this year, presenters Ruth Levine, Dawnelle Schatte and Lindsey Persher discussed their experiences with creating a common curriculum through collaboration with multiple institutions. They presented their findings regarding the impact of Team-Based Learning as pedagogy, as well as the challenges and gains of collaborating with faculty from other institutions.

Want to watch the webinar again? Did you miss it the first time around? Don’t worry! Find the link to the archive to this session, and our previous sessions, below:

Title: Collaborating Effectively to Create a Multi-institutional TBL Curriculum
Presenters: Dawnelle Schatte, Lindsey Pershern and Amanda Emke
Time: Tuesday, October 1 at 12 PM EST
Archive link: https://vimeo.com/363637813

Title: Dissecting a TBL Research Project and Identifying Strategies for Success
Presenter: Dr. Kristin Janke
Time: Tuesday, September 3 at 12 PM EST
Archive link: https://vimeo.com/358063240

Title: Getting Research Ideas With the Aim of Publication
Presenter: Dr. Peter Balan, OAM
Time: Tuesday, April 23 at 12 PM EST
Archive link: https://vimeo.com/332298888

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