Teaching & Learning with Technology Symposium, 2011-2012

Schedule: 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 Chemistry Video presence in Academia: moving far beyond campus boundaries Peter Riemersma Geology Peter Wampler Geology Using Blackboard and blogs to conduct a photography contest Robert Rozema English 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 Theatre 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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