Category: Web Events

Apr 12 2013

New Web Events posted

Our web events site has several new presentations posted, including our March Faculty Workshop: Engaging Students in Active Learning: The Flipped Classroom and Other Strategies.

Additionally, you will find:

  • Greener Pastures: A Vision for Healthy Farming

  • 2012 Daniel J. Raskin Memorial Symposium on Injury Prevention: The Politics of Safety

  • Vaccine Day 2012: Vaccines and Society: Some Unexpected Stories


Posted by Kathy Gresh at 3:32 PM - Categories: Web Events

May 14 2012

Teaching with Technology Fair 2012: Collaboration in Health Professions Education

To all JHSPH Faculty and Staff:

Teaching with Technology Fair 2012:
Collaboration in Health Professions Education

May 17, 2012
8:30AM – 4:30PM

The Johns Hopkins Medical Campus
Armstrong Building
Info and program:

Keynote by:
Jason Farman, Assistant Professor, American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, and author of Mobile Interface Theory

Presented by:
The JHU School of Nursing Office for Teaching Excellence
In collaboration with JHSPH Center for Teaching and Learning, JHSOM Instructional Technologies, and JHH Nursing Administration

Hope to see you there!

Posted by Clark Shah-Nelson at 1:58 PM - Categories: Distance Learning | General | Online Courses | Teaching Tips | Tech Tools | Web Events

May 1 2012

Revving up web events

Almost everyday there’s an interesting public health lecture or event happening on campus at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. But it can be hard to track down recordings of the talks.  We’re making it easier for you by revamping our Web Events page to connect you to talks that will stir your curiosity and deepen your public health knowledge. 

Among the latest talks we’re sharing:

  • Minister Pe Thet Khin on fixing the health system of Burma
  • JHSPH health economist David Bishai on the hygiene revolution
  • Will Allen on the future of food

We’ll be posting new talks on a weekly basis and using the Web Events page to give you a heads up on future talks including ones you can watch live.  If there is a specific talk you’d like us to post, or ways we can get lectures and events to you faster and easier, please leave a comment!

Posted by Cathy Duchamp at 3:36 PM - Categories: Web Events

Mar 28 2012

New Web Events posted

Three new presentations have been posted on our Web Events page:

  1. Tuning Stress Response: An Emerging Paradigm for Prevention and Intervention of COPD (Shyman S. Biswal, PhD, MS; Professor, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)
  2. Global Health Challenges and Opportunities (Lois Quam, Executive Director, U.S. Global Health Initiative, U.S. State Department)
  3. A Case for an All-Payer System of Coordinated Prices for Medical Services (Robert Murray, President, Global Health Payment LLC)

We hope you find these presentations informative and interesting.

Posted by Kathy Gresh at 11:39 AM - Categories: Web Events

Feb 10 2012

New Web Event Posted

Our Center has posted a new web event for your review:

Accelerating Global Vaccine Access: Are We Any Better at it Now Than We Were 10 Years Ago? presented by Dr. Orin S. Levine affiliated with the School's Department of Internation Health. This event was presented and recorded live on January 24, 2012.

To view the event, visit our Web Event site at

Posted by Kathy Gresh at 4:43 PM - Categories: Web Events

Sep 2 2011

New Web Event Posted

A new web event has been posted and is available for review:

  • Toward a Scientific Vision for the Next Ten Years
    Alan Guttmacher, MD
    Director, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development, National Institutes of Health


Posted by Kathy Gresh at 2:41 PM - Categories: Web Events

Jul 26 2011

"Unleash Your Inner Spielberg When Creating (Online) Presentations" Video Archive Posted

The video archive of "Unleash Your Inner Spielberg When Creating (Online) Presentations," a talk which I gave as part of the Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology's speaker series, is now available online via the CTLT Web Events page. I really enjoyed presenting this session to the faculty, students, and staff who attended. I had the privilege of giving this talk three times prior to this session at various conferences around the country (Adobe MAX, CUE2011, and EduComm 2011), but it was really nice to have it so well received on my home turf.

The archive does not contain the Q&A section of the presentation, as many of the questions and comments from those in attendance could not be heard on the recording. There is a link, however, to the handout which was given out at the end of the session. The handout takes the place of a PDF or handout of the actual slides used in the presentation (and contains more details than the slides themselves). If you're wondering why this is, be sure to check out the presentation!

Posted by Brian Klaas at 4:47 PM - Categories: Teaching Tips | Web Events

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