February 27, 2024 – Open Scholarship for Every Discipline

28 February 2024

The motto of the Royal Society is Nullius in verba (“no one’s words” or “take nobody’s word for it”). In elementary school, this is taught as “show your work.” However, in every…

February 20, 2024 – Office Hours form the Student Perspective: Insights from the Seismic Collaboration

22 February 2024

Office hours are a general practice in higher education across disciplines, however, they are often underutilized by students with the greatest need. This session will engage in a discussion about…

February 13, 2024 – Teaching with Students: Strategies for Training and Supervision

20 February 2024

Many offices, departments and individuals across campus involve student workers in a variety of ways in their teaching and academic support programs. These include TAs, tutors, prefects, consultants, facilitators, and…

January 30, 2024 – Exploring the Range of Public Scholarship at Carleton

7 February 2024

Do you have questions about what types of scholarship fit within the broader umbrella of Public Scholarship? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the field of…

January 23, 2024 – How are Students Using Generative AI?

25 January 2024

A little over a year since the launch of ChatGPT, how are students using it in their learning, work, and life?  How is it helping them, and what limitations have…

January 16, 2024 – Bringing Learning to Life with 3D Models

22 January 2024

Learning tends to happen best when we can interact with content at a physical level.  Digital 3d models can be a viable alternative, making rare objects more accessible.  Some of…