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Using Hypothes.is in an upper level psych/neuro course

In spring of 2017, I asked students to use Hypothes.is to annotate readings in an upper level psychology course entitled "Neurobiology of Disease" (NoD). This course did not have a textbook. Rather, students read 1-2 dense articles per week. Students rotated turns annotating our course readings with Hypothes.is. Here is some more info on the… Continue reading Using Hypothes.is in an upper level psych/neuro course

Digital Identity, teaching

Digital & Social Media Use in a Psychology Lab Course

For Physiological Psychology, I asked my students to complete surveys at the beginning and end of the semester regarding their use of and attitudes toward social and digital media use in higher education. I obtained IRB approval for this research from SNC's IRB. Completing these surveys was completely optional for the students. These data are… Continue reading Digital & Social Media Use in a Psychology Lab Course