Fall 2016 workshops

The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching offers various workshops and seminars. Fall semester workshops include:

What does research tell us about clicker use?
Date:
Friday, August 26
Time:
12:40 - 1:35 pm
Presenter:
John Kane
Location:
123 Penfield
This workshop will examine some of the findings concerning the effect of clicker use on student learning outcomes. An overview of best practice will be provided. This workshop is designed for those who are considering using clickers in their classroom.

Using i>clicker in Blackboard
Date:
Friday, August 29
Time:
1:50 - 2:45 pm
Presenter:
John Kane
Location:
123 Penfield
This workshop is designed for those who will be using i>clicker for the first time with Blackboard. Participants will then set up their Blackboard course shell(s) so that students may register their clickers and instructors can easily synch rosters and scores.

Calibrated peer review
Date: Wednesday, August 31
Time: 11:30 am - 12:25 pm
Presenter: John Kane
Location: 123 Penfield
This workshop will examine the calibrated peer review software that SUNY-Oswego is evaluating this year. An overview of the calibrated peer review process will be presented. A discussion of lessons learned from the last two year's use of this system and a discussion of student reactions (from a survey of over 300 students) will also be provided.

Creating a calibrated peer review assignment
Date: Wednesday, August 31
Time: 12:40 am - 1:35 pm
Presenter: John Kane
Location: 123 Penfield
This session is a hands-on session in which faculty considering the use of the calibrated peer review system for the fall 2016 or spring 2017 semester will create one or more peer-reviewed assignments. This requires that participants have an instructor account on the calibrated peer review server. If you do not yet have an account, please contact John Kane (john.kane@oswego.edu) at least 2-3 days before the workshop so that an account can be created.

Tea for Teaching
Date: Wednesday, August 31
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
This is a regularly scheduled informal gathering of new and experienced faculty and support staff to discuss issues related to teaching and learning. A large variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas will be provided (as well as other refreshments).

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, September 6
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
Chapter 1 of Make it Stick will be discussed. The focus of this week's discussion will be on common misperceptions concerning how we learn.

Mobile devices untethered: Apple TV in the classroom
Date:
Wednesday, September 7
Time:
11:30 - 12:25
Presenter:
John Kane
Location:
123 Penfield
In this session, participants will examine how an inexpensive Apple TV (current price = $69 for 3rd generation ) may be used to provide wireless projection over a Bluetooth connection from recent model iPads, iPhones, iPods, or Macbooks. This allows students and instructors to present materials from any app or website to the class from anywhere in the room without being tethered to the projector. Control can be simply and quickly switched from one device to another.  Participants in the session will be encouraged to try projecting from their devices to the projector during the session. Wireless projection over bluetooth requires a 3rd generation (or later)  Apple TV, an iPad, iPhone, or iPod running iOS 8, 9  or 10 (or a late 2012 or later Macbook).

Common Myths about Learning and Teaching
Date: Wednesday, September 7
Time: 12:40 - 1:35 pm
Presenter: John Kane
Location: 123 Penfield
In this session, we will discuss some of the most common misconceptions that many faculty and students share about teaching and learning.  Some of these myths are harmless, but others result in behavior that significantly reduces long-term knowledge retention and transfer.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, September 7
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
Chapter 1 of Make it Stick will be discussed. The focus of this week's discussion will be on common misperceptions concerning how we learn.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, September 8
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
Chapter 1 of Make it Stick will be discussed. The focus of this week's discussion will be on common misperceptions concerning how we learn.

Student metacognition: do students know what they know?
Date: Thursday, September 8
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Presenter: John Kane
Location:
 123 Penfield 
In this session, research findings concerning student metacognition will be examined. This will be followed by a discussion of alternative strategies that may be used to help students improve their metacognition (and their learning).

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, September 12
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
Chapter 1 of Make it Stick will be discussed. The focus of this week's discussion will be on common misperceptions concerning how we learn.

Student metacognition: do students know what they know?
Date:  Wednesday, September 14
Time: 1:50 - 2:45 pm
Presenter: John Kane
Location:
123 Penfield
In this session, research findings concerning student metacognition will be examined. This will be followed by a discussion of alternative strategies that may be used to help students improve their metacognition (and their learning).

Tea for Teaching
Date: Wednesday, September 14
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
This is a regularly scheduled informal gathering of new and experienced faculty and support staff to discuss issues related to teaching and learning. A large variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas will be provided (as well as other refreshments).

Effectively Working With Students of Concern
Date: Friday, September 16
Time: 12:00 - 1:15
Organizers: Katherine Wolfe-Lyga and Tiphanie Gonzalez
Location: 123 Penfield
Workshop Goals:

  • Participants learn of common signs/ symptoms of dysfunction (mental/
  • physical health)
  • Participants are prepared to de-escalate students’ concerning behaviors
  • Participants are aware of campus resources
  • Participants build a network of peer support

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, September 19
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 2 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, September 20
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 2 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Flipping the classroom
Date:
Wednesday, September 21
Time: 12:40 - 1:35 pm
Presenter: John Kane
Location: 123 Penfield
This session will provide an introductory discussion of possibilities for "flipping the classroom." Under this approach, low-level tasks and assignments are completed by students outside of class and class time is devoted to individual and/or group work on higher cognitive level tasks. This approach might use such tools as just-in-time teaching and team-based learning. 

Tools for flipping a classroom
Date:
Wednesday, September 21
Time: 1:50 - 2:45
Presenter: John Kane
Location: 123 Penfield
This workshop will provide a quick overview of tools hat are available to support the construction of flipped classrooms. This discussion will cover both content creation tools such as Jing, Camtasia, Panopto, Explain Everything  as well as online content sources such as Khan Academy, Merlot, MOOCs, open access educational sites, and YouTube.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, September 21
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 2 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, September 22
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 2 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, September 26
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 2 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Writing in Disciplines: Creating Discipline-Specific Writing Assignments
Date: Monday, September 26
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: WAC and Writing Fellows
Location: 123 Penfield
According to John Monroe, Director of Cornell’s Knight Institute for Writing in Disciplines, “Students accustomed to discipline-specific approaches to writing are likely to begin careers with significant advantages.”  In this workshop, School of Education Writing Fellow Judith Belt will address constructing writing assignments and responding to student work in discipline-specific writing activities.

Tea for Teaching
Date: Wednesday, September 28
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
This is a regularly scheduled informal gathering of new and experienced faculty and support staff to discuss issues related to teaching and learning. A large variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas will be provided (as well as other refreshments).

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, October 3
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 3 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, October 4
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 3 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, October 5
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 3 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Preparing Effective Materials for Retention, Promotion, and Tenure
Date:
Wednesday, October 5
Time: 4:30 - 6:00
Organizers: Provost Walter Roettger and the Deans of each School and College
Location: Shineman 122
At this workshop, the Provost and Deans will provide faculty with advice on how to best prepare for retention, promotion, and tenure reviews.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, October 6
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 3 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Process, Drafting, and Revision
Date: Thursday, October 6
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: WAC and Writing Fellows
Presenter: Melissa Webb
Location: 123 Penfield
TBA

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, October 17
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 4 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Informal writing Inside and Outside Class
Date: Monday, October 17
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: WAC and Writing Fellows
Location: 123 Penfield
CLAS Writing Fellow Tony Caputa will lead an open discussion on using informal writing to help students generate ideas and learn course content.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, October 18
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 4 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Thinking about Retirement?
Date:
Tuesday, October 18
Time: 11:30 - 12:30
Presenters: members of the Emereti Association
Location: Marano 223
Are you thinking about retiring in the near future and have questions on when to retire and the life after retirement?  A panel of Oswego Emeriti faculty will be present to share their experiences from most recent to 10+ years later. Contact Lawrence Fuller (lawrence.fuller@oswego.edu) for more information.

General Education Assessment Plan workshop
Date:
Tuesday, October 18
Time: 4:00 - 5:00
Presenter: Chris Lalonde
Location: Marano 223
TBA

SUNY Tools of Engagement Project (SUNY TOEP)
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 12:40 - 1:35
Organizers: John Kane, Theresa Gilliard-Cook, Damian Schofield
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/qYAQf9
An informational meeting for SUNY-Oswego participants in the SUNY wide Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP). For more information about this on-demand discovery learning professional development program, visit https://sites.google.com/site/sunytoep/.

Thinking about Retirement?
Date:
Wednesday, October 19
Time: 12:40 - 1:45
Presenters: members of the Emereti Association
Location: Marano 137
Are you thinking about retiring in the near future and have questions on when to retire and the life after retirement?  A panel of Oswego Emeriti faculty will be present to share their experiences from most recent to 10+ years later. Contact Lawrence Fuller (lawrence.fuller@oswego.edu) for more information.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 4 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

General Education Assessment Plan workshop
Date:
Wednesday, October 19
Time: 4:00 - 5:00
Presenter: Chris Lalonde
Location: Marano 223
TBA

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, October 20
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 4 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Scholarship That's Scholar-Led: An Introduction to Open Access
Date: Monday. October 24
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Presenter: Meghan Wacha, CUNY
Organizers: SCLD and Penfield Library
Location: Penfield Library - Classroom 2
This webinar will provide an introduction to open access publishing models, and the foundation for understanding them not only as a recent development in scholarly communication, but as a return to scholar-led publishing practices.

The Bigger Picture of OA: Alternate Models of Review & Emerging Practices
Date: Tueday. October 25
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Presenter: Heather Joseph, SPARC
Organizers: SCLD and Penfield Library
Location: Penfield Library - Classroom 2
The traditional peer review process began in the 18th Century. How has the scholarly and publishing community adapted to more efficient and modern means? Join Heather to learn about a wide range of open access models and what the future of OA publishing might be like.

SUNY OER Services: What They Can Do for You
Date:
Wednesday. October 26
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Presenter: Allison Brown, SUNY Geneseo
Organizers: SCLD and Penfield Library
Location: Penfield Library - Classroom 2
OERs decrease the cost of textbooks for students, and increase student success and retention. Get an overview of how Open SUNY Textbooks is expanding to offer SUNY faculty support in adopting and creating OER.

Tea for Teaching: Trigger Warnings
Date: Wednesday, October 26
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Many of us are concerned about how the violence we see everyday in the news, the isolated incidents that have happened on campus, or the topics raised in the presidential election impact our students. How do we address these topics but also protect free speech? Should we provide trigger warnings in our classes? How do you address sensitive topics in your classes?

This is a regularly scheduled informal gathering of new and experienced faculty and support staff to discuss issues related to teaching and learning. A large variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas will be provided (as well as other refreshments).

Starting and Sustaining an OA Publication
Date: Thursday. October 27
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Presenters: Molly Poremski and Amy Vilz, University of Buffalo's The Reading Room
Organizers: SCLD and Penfield Library
Location: Penfield Library - Classroom 2
Amy Vilz and Molly Poremski, founding editors of the OA journal, The Reading Room: A Journal of Special Collections, will discuss the good and bad of starting a new OA journal.

Understanding and Protecting Your Rights as an Author
Date: Friday. October 28
Time: 12:00 - 1:00
Presenter: Jill Cirasella, CUNY Graduate School
Organizers: SCLD and Penfield Library
Location: Penfield Library - Classroom 2
When you publish a journal article, you sign a copyright agreement. Do you know what you’re agreeing to? Learn how to make sense of those agreements, and how to preserve your rights to reproduce, distribute, and display the work you create!

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, October 31
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 5 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Strategies for Commenting on Student Writing
Date: Monday, October 31
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: WAC and Writing Fellows
Location: 123 Penfield
TBA

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, November 1
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 5 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, November 2
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 5 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, November 3
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 5 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Google Documents and Drive for Faculty Folders
Date: 
Thursday, November 3
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Presenters: Mark Springston and Amy Bidwell
Location: 102 Park
This workshop is designed for faculty members who want to utilize an electronic folder & documents for their retention and/or promotion folder. Attend this hands-on workshop to learn how you can start creating a faculty folder, which is: expandable; allows secure sharing with reviewers; includes both summaries and details; integrates a variety of media; and is easily edited and updated. The workshop will also include how to create a justification letter with contextual links to supporting details. No prior experience is necessary to participate in the workshop. Participants may bring in electronic items, such as a CV and other files to get started. Campus computers will be available or you can bring in a laptop. The presenters will remain an additional 30 minutes to help with individual questions.

Tea for Teaching: Student Writing
Date: Wednesday, November 9
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Student writing is consistently a popular topic amongst faculty. What do your students struggle with the most? What strategies have you implemented to help students become better writers? Is writing a reasonable requirement in a large classroom? How do you evaluate writing? Bring all of your writing questions and concerns and successes to discuss and share.

This is a regularly scheduled informal gathering of new and experienced faculty and support staff to discuss issues related to teaching and learning. A large variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas will be provided (as well as other refreshments).

Google Documents and Drive for Faculty Folders
Date: 
Wendesday, November 9
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Presenters: Mark Springston and Amy Bidwell
Location: 102 Park
This workshop is designed for faculty members who want to utilize an electronic folder & documents for their retention and/or promotion folder. Attend this hands-on workshop to learn how you can start creating a faculty folder, which is: expandable; allows secure sharing with reviewers; includes both summaries and details; integrates a variety of media; and is easily edited and updated. The workshop will also include how to create a justification letter with contextual links to supporting details. No prior experience is necessary to participate in the workshop. Participants may bring in electronic items, such as a CV and other files to get started. Campus computers will be available or you can bring in a laptop. The presenters will remain an additional 30 minutes to help with individual questions.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, November 14
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 6 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Preventing and Responding to Plagiarism
Date: Monday, November 14
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: WAC and Writing Fellows
Location: 123 Penfield
TBA

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, November 15
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 6 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

SUNY Tools of Engagement Project (SUNY TOEP)
Date:
Wednesday, November 16
Time:
12:40 - 1:35
Organizers:
Theresa Gilliard-Cook and Damian Schofield
Location:
123 Penfield
Google hangout access:
https://goo.gl/qYAQf9
A monthly meeting for SUNY-Oswego participants in the SUNY-wide Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP). For more information about this on-demand discovery learning professional development program, visit https://sites.google.com/site/sunytoep/.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, November 16
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizer: Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 6 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, November 17
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 6 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, November 28
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 7 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, November 29
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 7 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, November 30
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 7 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, December 1
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 7 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Tea for Teaching: Surviving the End of the Semester
Date: Wednesday, December 7
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
The home stretch of the semester is often a stressful time of year for faculty and students alike. Academic dishonesty cases surface. Students cram and try to juggle too many things at the last minute. Faculty are bogged down with grading. How do you handle these difficult situations? How do you maintain your sanity? How do we help students cope with stress? Find refuge and few minutes of relaxation with a cup of tea and the company of your colleagues.

This is a regularly scheduled informal gathering of new and experienced faculty and support staff to discuss issues related to teaching and learning. A large variety of black, green, white, and herbal teas will be provided (as well as other refreshments).

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Monday, December 12
Time: 10:20 - 11:15
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/2kGkZU
This week, Chapter 8 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Tuesday, December 13
Time: 12:45 - 1:45
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 8 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

SUNY Tools of Engagement Project (SUNY TOEP)
Date:
Wednesday, December 14
Time:
12:40 - 1:35
Organizers:
John Kane, Theresa Gilliard-Cook, and Damian Schofield
Location:
123 Penfield
Google hangout access:
https://goo.gl/qYAQf9
A monthly meeting for SUNY-Oswego participants in the SUNY-wide Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP). For more information about this on-demand discovery learning professional development program, visit https://sites.google.com/site/sunytoep/.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Wednesday, December 14
Time: 3:00 - 4:00
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapters 8 of Make it Stick will be discussed.

Make It Stick Reading Group
Date: Thursday, December 15
Time: 9:35 - 10:25
Organizers: John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare
Location: 123 Penfield
Google hangout access: https://goo.gl/h3uRf1
This week, Chapter 8 of Make it Stick will be discussed.