UPDATE: Missed the event this year? Check out the video highlight:
See you at the symposium on Wednesday, March 23, from 1-4 in the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons!
It’s that exciting time of the year where faculty across the campus at Grand Valley State University come together at the Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium to share how they are leveraging technology in teaching – with the ultimate goal of enhancing student success!
This event is sponsored by eLearning and Emerging Technologies in Information Technology, which includes IDeL, the Digital Studio, and the Technology Showcase, in partnership with the Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center.
For 15 years, the symposium has provided an opportunity for faculty to come together to learn from each other, and this year is going to be epic, with the largest number of faculty presenters!
The symposium will feature more than 30 presentations from over 18 different departments, covering a wide array of topics!
Also, be sure to visit the Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium website for more information.
Here is a brief overview of the schedule:
1pm – 1:15pm
FTLC Technology Award Winners
Meagan A. (Luttenton) Knoll and Maureen Wolverton
1:15pm – 2:00pm
Keynote Address: “How can technology extend the humanity of learners? A dialogue.”
Robert Talbert and Matthew Boelkins
2pm – 4pm
Faculty e-poster Presentations
Come and learn, connect, share, and discover the best of ideas from your peers and colleagues!
Here is a list of presentations to be offered at the upcoming symposium:
|1. Michael E. Ricco
Video Reflective Journals in the Business Curriculum
|2. Meagan A. (Luttenton) Knoll
*FTLC Teaching with Technology Award Winner
The i-Gen Syllabus A Digital Syllabus Your Students Will Read
|3. Andrew Topper
Beyond Blackboard Orientation: Helping students successfully navigate your course.
|4. Rosemary Cleveland
A New Approach to Field Observations through the use of iPads and Cognitive Coaching
|5. Cheryl Kautz
A. Practical examples that faculty can implement now in their Blackboard Learn course content and electronic documents to benefit all learners and improve accessibility.
B. 10 Tips for Designing Exemplary Courses in Blackboard: Online, Hybrid, and Face-to-Face
|6. Julia VanderMolen. Ph.D., Alexa Madaj, General Allied Health Sciences Dane Sanders, General Allied Health Students.
Tools for Creating Audio and Video for the Online Classroom. Mobile Health and Fitness Technology used by College Athletes
|8. Erica R. Hamilton
#ConnectedEducation: Using Twitter to Support Student Learning and Engagement
|9. Robert Rozema
Dedoose: Cloud-Based Qualitative Data Analysis
|10. Mr. Mike Fillman
PBS LearningMedia: Your FREE Digital Resource to Use in Classrooms
|11. Daniel W. Adrian
Creating Apps for Teaching and Learning Statistics
|12. Jeroen Wagendorp
Adding “Whiteboard” Content Delivery Capacity to Online Teaching.
|13. Raymond J. Higbea
Team-Based Learning in an Electronic Environment
|14. Cara Cadena and Lindy Scripps-Hoekstra
Blackboard collaboration with your librarian: Explore the possibilities!
|15. Star Swift
Co-presenters: Brandon Angerbrandt, Information Systems, Honors and team captain of t3 Alex Cunningham, Management Major Gabriella Vozza, Marketing and Finance Major, Honors Gianni Ferrero, Management Major Erin Harkness, Information Systems Major, Honors Christina Dekoekkoek, Finance Major, Honors
t3 :Teaching Through Technology on a Global Basis with the Assistance of a Google Grant, students, faculty, staff and alumni.
|16. Professor Justin De Sousa
Using Educannon to implement interactive quiz questions into screencast lectures
|17. Bethany Welling
Educanon-Making Videos Interactive
|18. Marcia Frobish and Professor Lisa Hammer
Engaging Your Students in Class with FREE Survey Tools
|19. Eric Kunnen and Szymon Machajewski
Emerging Technologies and Expanding Possibilities through the Technology Showcase
|20. Russ Barneveld
Using Swivl Technology to Analyze Teaching
|21. Eliza MacDonald
Orthopedic Examination Special Tests Tutorial Videos
|22. Lara Jaskiewicz
From Paper to Digital: Going Online for Peer and Course Feedback
|23. Matt Boelkins
Flip Your Startup Meeting
|24. Gisella Licari
It is not the same rubric.
|25. Rita Kohrman, Betsy Williams
Anatomy of a Citation: Learning Citation Parts via Drag-And-Drop
|26. Maureen Wolverton, *FTLC Teaching with Technology Award Winner, Judy Whipps
Using Technology in GVSU’s Adult Leadership Program
|27. Susan Harrington, Nancy Schoofs
Connect with Your Students via TodaysMeet and youcanbook.me
|28. Laurie A. Witucki, Sarah Clark, Star Swift
Videos Made Easy: Supporting Student Learning with Elmo Document Camera
|29. Matt Ruen, Jackie Rander, Christine Rener, Eric Kunnen
OER@GVSU: Support for Creating and Using Open Educational Resources
|30. Maureen Ryan
Using Speech to Text Software- Implications for Students and Faculty
|31. Matthew Hart, Mary Karpen
3D Projection in the Classroom
|32. Sean Lancaster
Doctopus – Customizing Google Drive For Learning