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  • Teaching Matters July 2020

    Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2020-07-01)
    Table of Contents: Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT), IPSO clients research why elderly people are more susceptible to COVID-19, ISC Prepares for a Return to Face-to-Face Instruction, Greenblatt Library receives funding to develop data literacy training modules, Student Updates (Record Number of Honors Students Published, Scholars Present Research in a Virtual Symposium, Study Abroad 2021 Programs, AAMI Mentoring, JAG Pals Providing Real Support in Virtual Times, Does Your Department Need a Student Worker?)
  • Teaching Matters June 2020

    Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2020-06-01)
    Table of Contents: Preparing For Fall Teaching? You Will Want To Read This; IPSO Clients Help Develop Rapid COVID-19 Testing; University Libraries Helped Students Unwind; Interdisciplinary Simulation Center Adds Additional Distance Learning Capabilities to Support Simulation-at-a-Distance; Helping Students Learn How to Conduct Remote Interviews; Now Accepting Fulbright Student Applications; Advising Is Here To Help; Academic Success Center is fully operational this summer; Twenty Four Honors Students Graduate This May
  • INFormed: University Libraries News [Volume 8, Issue 2, Spring 2020]

    Gomez, Ali; Sharrock, Renee; Morgan, Emma Kate; Bustos, Rod; Weeks, Thomas; Johnson, Melissa; Kubicki, Josette; Smith, Lachelle; Reese, Natalee (Augusta University Libraries, 2020-04-15)
    NFOrmed is a newsletter of the University Libraries of Augusta University. Inside this issue: Special E-Resources Edition, Historical Collections and Archives, Haithi Trust ETAs Expands E-Access to USG Print Holdings, Physical Resources and Interlibrary Loan, Business, Arts and Humanities, Computer and Cyber Sciences, Education, Health Sciences Programs, Science and Mathematics, Social Sciences, Selected Publications and Presentations, Awards and Appointments, Vendors Expand Access to Resources Admist COVID 19, New Faculty.
  • Teaching Matters May 2020

    Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2020-05-06)
    Table of Contents: Innovation Challenge Competition Winners Announced, Innovation and Engagement: Now More Important Than Ever, Career Services Is There For You, AHEC Updates, Computer Game Teaches Students the Factors of Fair Use, First and Second Year Experiences Updates, Academic Advisement Center updates, ASC Updates, AAMI Program Charges Ahead.
  • Teaching Matters April 2020

    Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2020-04-22)
    Table of Contents: Study Abroad and Study Away Opportunity for Faculty (Deadline for Proposals Extended until May 1st, USG Mini-Grants for Education Abroad, USG Goes Global); Honors Program Highlights (Honors Program Objective, Impact of the Honors Program); News from CURS (A Year of Firsts, Serving the University Mission)
  • Draft of the revised constitution for the Augusta Library and Medical Society

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia
    Draft of the revised constitution for the Augusta Library and Medical Society. Date is unknown.
  • Report of Committee on the Cooperative Dispensary, June 11, 1875

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia (1875-06-11)
    Report of the committee on the cooperative dispensary written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author and committee members are unknown. The paper was presented on June 11, 1875.
  • A Proposition to Establish a Cooperative Dispensary under the Auspices of AL&MS

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia
    This paper is a proposition to establish in Augusta, Georgia a cooperative dispensary that would be operated by the Augusta Library and Medical Society. The author of the paper and the date it was written are unknown.
  • Report of the Section on Physiology: Protoplasm

    Geddings, Edward; Medical College of Georgia (1876-12-27)
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author was Edward Geddings, MD. The title of the paper is "Report of the Section on Physiology: Protoplasm". The paper was presented on December 27, 1876.
  • Report of Section on Physiology

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia (1877-10-13)
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author is unknown. The title of the paper is "Report of Section on Physiology" and it is dated October 13, 1877.
  • Report of Section: Pharmacology and Toxicology

    Eve, Robert; Medical College of Georgia (1877-05-04)
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author is Robert Eve, MD. The title of the paper is "Report of Section: Pharmacology and Toxicology" and it is dated May 4, 1877.
  • Report from Committee appointed to interview the Druggists of Augusta, Georgia

    Doughty, William Henry; Medical College of Georgia (1875-07)
    Report from Committee appointed to interview the Druggists of Augusta, Georgia written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author was W.H. Doughty, MD. Paper is dated July 1875.
  • Online Teaching Matters (April 2020)

    Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2020-04-01)
    Table of Contents: Helpful Tips for Teaching Online (Finding Internet Connections, Compassion and Collegiality, Helping Online Students Through Empathy and Communication, Connecting Faculty Through Facebook, Interacting with Online Students, Helping Online Students Better Manager Their Time, Technology for Students, Netiquette)
  • Memo to City of Augusta Officials regarding Medical Physicians asked to perform post mortem examinations and testify in courts; ca. 1870s

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia
    Memo from the Augusta Library and Medical Society to C.C. Black, Patrick Walsh, and Walter Clark. The subject of the memo is the Society's resolve to contact the State's General Assembly and ask for relief in regards to Augusta calling on the city's medical doctors to perform postmortem examinations and testify in court without pecuniary relief or consideration of the physicians' time to perform these duties. The memo is not dated, but circa 1870s. It may be incomplete as it consists of only two pages.
  • A Simple Process by which Motes and other Foreign Bodies may be Removed from the Eye

    Dugas, Louis Alexander; Medical College of Georgia (1876-12-15)
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author is Louis Alexander Dugas, MD. The title of the paper is "A Simple Process by which Motes and other Foreign Bodies may be Removed from the Eye" and it is dated December 15, 1876.
  • Online Teaching Matters (March 2020)

    Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2020-03-24)
    Table of Contents: Helpful Tips for Teaching Online (How to Quickly Move Your Course Online; Keeping Online Students Honest; AU Course Shells; Preparing to Teach Online; Proctored Exam Alternative; D2L Gradebook; Where to Find Help?)
  • Icterus and It's Pathology

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author and date are unknown. The subject is the "Icterus and It's Pathology". NOTE: Icterus is the medical term for jaundice.
  • The Subject of Digestion

    Unknown; Medical College of Georgia
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author and date are unknown. The subject is the digestion system.
  • Report on Vaccination as a Sanitary Measure

    Foster, W.H.; Medical College of Georgia
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author is W.H. Foster, MD. The title of the paper is "Report on Vaccination as a Sanitary Measure" but the date of the paper is unknown.
  • Report on the Principles of Surgery

    Dugas, Louis Alexander; Medical College of Georgia (1874-04-20)
    Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author is Louis A. Dugas, MD. The title of the paper is "Report on the Principles of Surgery" and it is dated April 20, 1874.

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