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Home Groups How to Organize and Host a nanoHUB Workshop for Faculty Schedule
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This resource describes a two-day/three-day workshop. The third day is optional, but it provides more time and help for the participants to leave with a completed teaching tool.

Day One:

* Participants arrive in the evening.

* Sign-ups, introductions, mingling while attendees arrive.

* Optional group assignment; it should be brief and fun.

* Dinner.

Day Two:

* Overview of what nanoHUB offers; participants should already be somewhat familiar.

* Presentations by faculty and students who are experienced in nanoHUB resources.

* Lunch.

* Case studies: how faculty have designed nanoHUB teaching tools.

* Specific how-to given by a faculty member who has designed a class based on nanoHUB resources.

* Dinner.

Day Three:

* Allow remaining participants to develop a teaching tool either in small groups or individually, providing professional feedback.

* Presentations of the developed tools by participants, followed by suggestions/discussion between participants and facilitator.

* Lunch., a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.