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3D Printing Applications in a Classroom

Burke Library All-Night Reading Room, Map #43

Interested in 3D printing as it can be applied to course work and classroom discussion?  

Assistant Professor of Biology Natalie Nannas and Instructional Designer Doug Higgins used flexible 3D filament to build a large scale DNA model to help students translate a 2D string of letters on a page to a 3D molecule whose shape and structure often dictate function. We’ll also discuss how this technology can be applied across the disciplines to support student learning.

Talk About Teaching is a series of lunchtime presentations sponsored by LITS, the Dean of Faculty, the Dean of Students, and the Network for Teaching and Learning.

Lunch will be served.

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Kristin Strohmeyer
LITS
kstrohme@hamilton.edu 20181128 12:00:00 20181128 13:00:00 America/New_York 3D Printing Applications in a Classroom <p>Interested in 3D printing as it can be applied to course work and classroom discussion?  </p> <p>Assistant Professor of Biology Natalie Nannas and Instructional Designer Doug Higgins used flexible 3D filament to build a large scale DNA model to help students translate a 2D string of letters on a page to a 3D molecule whose shape and structure often dictate function. We’ll also discuss how this technology can be applied across the disciplines to support student learning.</p> <p>Talk About Teaching is a series of lunchtime presentations sponsored by LITS, the Dean of Faculty, the Dean of Students, and the Network for Teaching and Learning.</p> <p>Lunch will be served.</p> Burke Library All-Night Reading Room, Map #43 Kristin Strohmeyer kstrohme@hamilton.edu
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