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Annual 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.

The 2016 Showcase will be Thursday, December 1st, 3 - 5pm in Smith Hall (Albany Quadrangle).

2016 Presenters

Greta Binford, Biology - Bioinformatics data processing using Amazon Web Services Cloud Computing

Yung-Pin Chen, Mathematics - R: Teaching Statistics with Open Source Software

Liza Finkel, Teacher Education - Teaching Students to Use Adobe Spark to Illustrate Principles of Constructive Dialogue

Karen Gross, English - A Digital Guide to the Book of Hours

Lindsey Kadish, Animal Law - Opportunities and Challenges in Developing a Fully Online Class

Jessica Kleiss, Environmental Studies - Spatial Data Infrastructure

Susan McBerry, Music - Paperless Vocal Juries Using Google Drive

Margaret Metz, Biology - Teaching with R

Ryan Montgomery, Law Computing Services - Seamless Live Streaming and Recorded Video Content with Panopto

Erik Nilsen, Psychology - Visual Illusions and Perception

Liz Stanhope, Mathematics - Teaching with Wireless Projection

Bruce Suttmeier, Japanese - Monsters in the Googleplex or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Site

Cara Tomlinson, Art - Instructional Video

Julie Vorholt, Academic English Studies - Gradecam in the Classroom