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.
The 2017 Showcase will be Thursday, December 7th, 3pm - 5pm in Smith Hall (Albany Quadrangle).
Greta Binford, Biology & Watzek Library Digital Initiatives - Introducing the High-Performance Computer Cluster
Mark Dahl, Watzek Library - Digitally Mapping Northwest History
Peter Drake, Mathematics & Computer Science - Gradescope: Exam Grading Made Easier
Susan Glosser, History - Digitization of the Watzek Exhibit: “When the ‘Yellow Peril’ Became Just Like US: Americans’ Changing Perceptions of China in World War Two”
Greg Hermann, Biology - PollEverywhere for In-Class Polling
Casey Jones, Chemistry - iPads for In-Class Demonstration
Jeff Jones, Law - Legalcide: A Law Resource
Melanie Kohnen, Rhetoric and Media Studies - Student Video Essays for Videographic Criticism
Jens Mache, Mathematics & Computer Science - PearDeck: In-class Polling Without Clickers
Esme Miller, Research and Assessment - Moodle Analytics via Self-Refreshing Excel Sheet: “We May Not Have Fancy Learning Analytics but We Can Still Do It With Duct Tape”
Erik Nilsen, Psychology - Methods of Motivation: Visualizing Activity Using Fitbits and Google Maps Increases Steps and Goal Attainment
Todd Watson, Psychology - Fantastic Voyage: Using Virtual Reality to Increase Student Engagement With Neuroanatomy