Published: April 7, 2021

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Welcome to the EMERGE podcast series brought to you by the ASSETT Innovation Incubator! This series shares insights from faculty, staff, and student collaborations that improve the undergraduate learning experience in the College of Arts & Sciences.  Learn about projects focused in metacognition and wellbeing, student success, multimodal participatory publishing, and inclusive data science that employ innovative uses of technology to get students out of their seats and into active learning.


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Description: Guest interviewer, Alexis Harris, a Junior majoring in English at the University of Colorado Boulder, talks with members of the ASSETT Innovation Incubator CAMPP (Collective to Advance Multimodal Participatory Publishing) team to discuss how to design renewable, or non-disposable, assignments that make the intellectual labor of students visible. A focus of their conversation is on Open Educational Resources (OERs), a foundation of non-disposable assignments. They also provide examples of actual non-disposable assignments currently being implemented in the classroom at CU Boulder.

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Description: Members of the ASSETT Student Success Innovation Incubator Team and undergraduate students at the University of Colorado Boulder discuss their experiences with the Reacting to the Past (RTTP) pedagogy. RTTP is an active learning pedagogy of role-playing games designed for higher education. Learn about these role-playing games in the classroom, the benefits it could have for your students, and resources available for you though CU Boulder.