2013 Faculty Technology Showcase
The Faculty Technology Showcase is a yearly event co-sponsored by Information Technology and the Library and Educational Technology Committee. It is a time to speak with your fellow faculty about how they are using technology in their teaching and research. We will have several faculty presenters stationed around the room to demonstrate and discuss their endeavors. Make sure you don’t miss Information Technology and Watzek Library tables to explore new resources that are available.
This year the Showcase will be Thursday, December 5th, 3 - 5pm in Smith Hall (Albany Quadrangle).
View presentation summaries on our descriptions page.
Paulette Bierzychudek, Biology - Why I Use “Clickers” in Large Classes
Justin Counts, Instructional Media Services - Classroom of the Future
Isabelle DeMarte, French - Managing information in and around the classroom with Moodle
Alicia Roberts Frank, Teacher Education - Teaching with SMART Boards
Daena Goldsmith, Rhetoric & Media Studies - Virtual Team Assignment Using Google Docs
Diana Leonard, Psychology - Building Engagement with Curricular Games
Jens Mache, Computer Science - App Development Using Android Tablets
Stella Kerl-McClain, Counseling Psychology - Advanced Grading in Moodle
Jim Proctor & Zach Holz, Environmental Studies - iPads for Digital Field Scholarship: From the Willamette River to the Valley of Swaziland
Matthew Robins, Theatre - Designing with Vectorworks
Bruce Suttmeier, Japanese - Student Research Projects on Google Sites: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the E-assignment
Information Technology - InfoNet to WebAdvisor Update