STEM-LINC Webinar: Accelerate STEM Learning with Video Solutions

Accelerate STEM Learning with Video Solutions

Thursday, February 15th at 12:00 p.m. (EST)
Summary: A 2014 study by the Department of Education showed that nearly 50% of undergraduate students who declared for STEM majors failed to finish their degrees, either switching fields or dropping out of school altogether. Given the rapidly expanding need for workers in STEM fields, how can we slow down this rate of attrition? At JoVE we’ve always felt that visualizing science makes it easier to consume and understand. In 2017, we conducted two independent, IRB-approved studies at Clemson University and DeSales University to test that theory. The answer? Overwhelmingly, yes video makes a difference. Students who watched just 10 minutes of video before class scored up to 24 percent higher on exams compared to those who didn’t, and as topics got more complex the difference was more pronounced.
Get a behind the scenes look from JoVE's Director of Production about what goes into the making of each video, and see all the new data illustrating the benefit on learning outcomes when video resources are used. We also know the strong link between a student’s preparation in high school and their success in college, so JoVE created the  STEM-College Readiness Community Partnership in 2017 to forge that link between universities and secondary schools. Hear more about the exciting outreach that is taking place with this program between colleges and high schools nationwide.
  
Presenters:

Jen Ostrosky: Senior Account Manager at JoVE
Dave Cox: National Account Manager, High Schools at JoVE
Dipesh Navani, Director of Video Production at JoVE
Webinar registration info:
Date: February 15, 2018
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. (EST)
To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1574000761204350466
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Biosketch:

Dave Cox - National Account Manager - High Schools
Dave comes to JoVE after having spent over 25 years working with K-12 educational institutions mostly in the south eastern United States.  Over the course of his career, he has worked to help educators implement technology with companies such as Apple Computer, Plato Learning, and Leapfrog Enterprises.  Dave's experience working with K-12 education are helping JoVE bring the Science Education library to high schools across the nation.  Dave lives in the greater Boston area with his wife Karen and they have a 5 year old boy, Liam.  Little Known Fact: While working with Apple, Dave sold the computer to John Grisham that he used to wrote his first novel, "A Time to Kill". 
Dipesh Navani - Director of Video Production
Dipesh completed his Ph.D. in Pharmacology from Saint John’s University, New York under the guidance of Byron C. Yoburn. As a doctoral candidate he worked in an interdisciplinary lab studying opioid pharmacology using behavioral, biochemical, and analytical approaches. In July 2014, Dipesh joined the JoVE Science Education team as a Science Writer, and since then he has been promoted twice to his current position as the Director of Production. He believes that STEM education for college students can benefit tremendously from JoVE’s video format, and this in turn will inspire future generation of researchers and innovators.

Jen Ostrosky - Senior Account Manager
Jen is a key account manager for universities in the southeastern states, and all government and academic medical center libraries nationwide.  Jen works with institutions to bring access for JoVE Journal and Science Education to faculty, staff and students.  She oversees all customer service, technical support, product training and license negotiations for her libraries, and is very dedicated to bringing the right mix of JoVE's innovative video solutions to meet each institution's needs.  Prior to joining JoVE nearly 6 years ago, Jen worked for AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals for 9 years and holds a Master of Science in Nutrition from Tufts University.

Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Cost: 
FREE