Teaching & Learning with Technology Symposium, 2011-2012

March 14, 2012
Kirkhof Center Rm 2204, Allendale
1:00pm - 1:15pm
Presentation of the FTLC Teaching & Learning Award
1:15pm - 3:30pm
Faculty e-poster presentations

Watch the highlights video from this year's Symposium.

Amy Schelling
2011-12 FTLC Teaching & Learning with Technology Award Winner
College of Education
Creating Community in the Online Classroom... it's the little things that count
Russ Barneveld
College of Education
iPads in Education
Kevin Barrons
College of Education
Jazzing Up Your Online Lesson Introductions with Video
Hsiao-ping Chen
Art & Design
Blogging Beyond the Classroom: Stories and Lessons of a First-Year Art Teacher
Rosemary Cleveland
College of Education
Feedback is more than a score or letter grade
Rick Geisel
College of Education
"Guest Speakers" in the Online Class: Recording Skype Interviews to Create Timely and Effective Podcasts for Online Learning
iTunes Superuser Group
iTunes University
Jamie Langlois
Social Work & Continuing Education
Being Smart in the Classroom: Students' Use of Smartphones
Gisela Licari
Modern Languages & Literature
Emily Frigo
University Libraries
Animoto for Poetry
Anne Merkle
University Libraries
Finding International Authors of Juvenile Literature
Linda Masselink
University Libraries
Anne Merkle
University Libraries
Maris Stella Swift
Seidman Management Department
Dr. Laurie Witucki
Video presence in Academia: moving far beyond campus boundaries
Peter Riemersma
Peter Wampler
Using Blackboard and blogs to conduct a photography contest
Robert Rozema
When Hacking is Good Thing: Using Mozilla?s Hackasaurus to Teach Critical, Digital, and Media Literacies
Michele San Chez
Meijer Center for Writing & Michigan Authors
Conducting Synchronous Writing Consultations with Blackboard IM
Alfred Sheffield
Using LED's in a Theatre Light Lab
Séverine Ward
Modern Languages & Literature
David Shultz
Modern Languages & Literature
Creating Comics for Pedagogical Purposes
Andrew Topper
College of Education
Creating community in the online college classroom: Social presence concept
Scott Truskowski
Occupational Therapy
Using Technology to Integrate Student Presentations into Hybrid Courses
Bonnie Woodman
University Libraries
ARES: Using the Course/Electronic Reserve System

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