Last week CAT's own Bart Everson gave an invited talk at Xavier's long-running series on Across the Curriculum Thinking.

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CAT salutes this year’s recipients of the Norman C. Francis Faculty Excellence Awards. The university has produced a short video tribute to each faculty member.

Dr. Sara Al-Dahir from XULA CAT on Vimeo.

Dr. Lisa Schulte-Gipson from XULA CAT on Vimeo.

Dr. Maryam Foroozesh from XULA CAT on Vimeo.

Dr. Syreeta Tilghman from XULA CAT on Vimeo.

Dr. David Lanoue from XULA CAT on Vimeo.

CAT salutes this year's recipients of the Norman C. Francis Faculty Excellence Awards. The university has produced a short video tribute to each faculty member. Here's one to whet your appetite.

Please give them all a look.

Scalar is a new online publishing platform specifically designed for scholars and educators. It's still in development, with a public beta release not expected until early 2013. This video gives an intriguing overview.

Clearly this is something to keep an eye on. More information is available on the website of the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture.

A quick note to Xavier faculty: CAT has upgraded our Vimeo account to Vimeo Plus. (If you don't know, Vimeo is like YouTube, only better.) So if you need increased upload capacity to get a teaching-related video online, we may be able to help. Please note that Vimeo is strictly for publishing original works, not copyright violations.

As an example, here is a video recently produced in collaboration with the Chemistry Department, "How to Use a Buret for Titration."