Student fellowships will benefit communities across Wisconsin
View on campus map. UW in the News. Student fellowships will benefit communities across Wisconsin. April 28, 2015. Launching a community market in Cross Plains. Using Shakespeare to inspire young writers in Green Bay. Teaching the value of conservation and green space in Hudson and Kenosha. Undergraduates from the University of Wisconsin Madison will undertake all these things this summer through a new program, the Wisconsin Open Education Community Fellowship. And the Morgridge Center for Public Service.
Episode 2: Your Move, Robot – UW Narratives
Episode 2: Your Move, Robot. To actually be helpful to humans, scientists need to teach robots to move like humans… How hard can it be? 21 N Park St., 7th Floor. Madison, WI 53715. Division of Continuing Studies.
Frequently Asked Questions – UW Narratives
What are Science Narratives? Science Narratives are short videos and audio podcasts that highlight the research happening at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the human stories behind it. Each month we will post free video or audio stories about science, as well as activities that you can do at home. How can I tune in to participate? Do I need to register or sign up to participate? No There is no need to sign up or register and it is completely free to participate. 21 N Park St., 7th Floor.
Episode 4: If I Only Had A Brain – UW Narratives
Episode 4: If I Only Had A Brain. What will happen if we teach robots to think? 21 N Park St., 7th Floor. Madison, WI 53715. Division of Continuing Studies.
Episode 3: Look Alive – UW Narratives
Episode 3: Look Alive. UW-Madison roboticists say that the more human a robot looks, the deeper our sense of unease, which they call the “uncanny valley.”. 21 N Park St., 7th Floor. Madison, WI 53715. Division of Continuing Studies.
Art Archives - UW Continuing Studies - The Lifelong Learner
Learn about ‘compassion fatigue’ at the Conference on Child Sexual Abuse. Aug 30, 2016. The conference provides the latest information on treating, assessing, and preventing child sexual abuse. In Italian Gastronomy, food is a way of understanding culture. Aug 25, 2016. The Capital Times visits a class that examines Italy’s geography, history, and language via culturally significant food. Educational changes make it easier than ever to be a lifelong learner. Aug 23, 2016. Aug 22, 2016. Aug 17, 2016.
Music Games | University of Wisconsin–Madison
Skip to main content. Welcome to the music games of University of Wisconsin-Madison's Division of Continuing Studies! All three of these games were created in partnership with the Division of Information Technology through the Engage program. Problems starting any of the games? All first-time users: You will see a digital signature warning, but please proceed anyway. All Mac computers: Use any browser except. Take a series of harmony lessons with Beethoven and his music. Mini games include:. Built off of...
Syntax Untangler | University of Wisconsin–Madison
Skip to main content. Shortcut to this page: go.wisc.edu/untangler. Teach your students how to figure out tricky texts in any language. Syntax Untangler is an online activity that asks the learner to visually mark up a short primary text in any language, in order to improve small-scale reading skills. Any instructor can easily create and publish their own Syntax Untangler content (go to the Instructor Tools link below). Identify the parts of a separable-prefix verb within a German sentence. German for Re...
A Foundation Course in Reading German | By Howard Martin, revised and expanded as an open online textbook by Alan Ng
A Foundation Course in Reading German. By Howard Martin, revised and expanded as an open online textbook by Alan Ng. Division of Continuing Studies. This open textbook is currently maintained by Dr. Alan Ng to support the University of Wisconsin online course German 391. German 391, German for Reading Knowledge, offered online by University of Wisconsin Independent Learning:. Open to students around the world. Prepares you to pass graduate-school language reading exams. Earn 3 transferable college credits.
Instructional Materials, Division of Continuing Studies, UW-Madison
Division of Continuing Studies. This section of the courses.dcs.wisc.edu Web site offers technical-help documents in support of online, Desire2Learn. Based courses offered by the Division of Continuing Studies. What's in this Orientation? This orientation introduces you to the navigation and features of your Continuing Studies online course hosted on the Desire2Learn (Learn@UW) platform. How to Log In. Where to Get Help. How to Enlarge the Text (Fonts). How to Print Course Content. This guide does not.