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Emad Habib

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Lightning presentation and workshop presented at CUAHSI HydroInformatics Conference, 2019. https://www.cuahsi.org/community/cuahsi-science-meetings/

This workshop is offered for hydrology faculty interested in implementing or adapting active-learning, data-driven resources to their educational settings. The workshop aspires to create faculty networking and development opportunities with the overall goal of promoting and reducing barriers against adoption of active-learning resources in hydrology. The workshop will use the recently developed NSF-sponsored HydroLearn platform, along with resources from CUAHSI, HydroShare and other community platforms, to enable participating faculty to develop and share educational resources. The workshop will showcase existing seed modules and will cover best practices in developing student-centered learning activities, including the design of pedagogically-sound learning objectives and assessment rubrics. Faculty who currently teach hydrology-related courses are encouraged to participate, especially those who teach undergraduate or early-level graduate courses. Interested faculty may also be invited to participate in a follow-up funded fellowship program to engage in a semester-long adoption and field testing of the HydroLearn platform and its content. The workshop will be jointly conducted by hydrology faculty along with an expert in education research.

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This file contains a HydroLearn learning module on flood protection in Beau Bassin case study. A direct link to the original HydroLearn module is available here: https://edx.hydrolearn.org/courses/course-v1:HydroLearn+HydroLearn402-1+2019_S2/about

The file is exported from the HydroLearn platform and can be imported back into HydroLearn to create a new course and adapt it as per the user need. The file is not intended to be opened and edited on its own, but rather inside HydroLearn. To use the original module without any modifications, please visit the HydroLearn page at https://edx.hydrolearn.org/courses/course-v1:HydroLearn+HydroLearn402-1+2019_S2/about

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Water Use and Supply Data over the US at HUC8 scale

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Water Use and Supply Data
Created: Dec. 21, 2017, 4:04 a.m.
Authors: Emad Habib

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Water Use and Supply Data over the US at HUC8 scale

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HydroLearn Module: Beau Bassin Flood Protection
Created: May 22, 2019, 5:22 p.m.
Authors: Emad Habib

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This file contains a HydroLearn learning module on flood protection in Beau Bassin case study. A direct link to the original HydroLearn module is available here: https://edx.hydrolearn.org/courses/course-v1:HydroLearn+HydroLearn402-1+2019_S2/about

The file is exported from the HydroLearn platform and can be imported back into HydroLearn to create a new course and adapt it as per the user need. The file is not intended to be opened and edited on its own, but rather inside HydroLearn. To use the original module without any modifications, please visit the HydroLearn page at https://edx.hydrolearn.org/courses/course-v1:HydroLearn+HydroLearn402-1+2019_S2/about

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ABSTRACT:

Lightning presentation and workshop presented at CUAHSI HydroInformatics Conference, 2019. https://www.cuahsi.org/community/cuahsi-science-meetings/

This workshop is offered for hydrology faculty interested in implementing or adapting active-learning, data-driven resources to their educational settings. The workshop aspires to create faculty networking and development opportunities with the overall goal of promoting and reducing barriers against adoption of active-learning resources in hydrology. The workshop will use the recently developed NSF-sponsored HydroLearn platform, along with resources from CUAHSI, HydroShare and other community platforms, to enable participating faculty to develop and share educational resources. The workshop will showcase existing seed modules and will cover best practices in developing student-centered learning activities, including the design of pedagogically-sound learning objectives and assessment rubrics. Faculty who currently teach hydrology-related courses are encouraged to participate, especially those who teach undergraduate or early-level graduate courses. Interested faculty may also be invited to participate in a follow-up funded fellowship program to engage in a semester-long adoption and field testing of the HydroLearn platform and its content. The workshop will be jointly conducted by hydrology faculty along with an expert in education research.

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