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).
Paul Allen, Mathematics & Computer Science - Cloud-based LaTeX Typesetting
Nora Beck, Music - Music and Language: Interviews
Becko Copenhaver, Philosophy - Use Google Sites and Dropbox to Create Simple Paperless Courses
Isabelle DeMarte, French - Moodle Un-muddled? How to Keep Things Clean, Clear and Cool, and a Host of Other Things
Peter Drake, Mathematics & Computer Science - Canvas: A User-Friendly Learning Management System
Daena Goldsmith, Rhetoric & Media Studies - Using Social Media to Create Participatory Culture
Tatiana Osipovich, Russian - The Russian Memoir: Digital Media Projects
Matthew Robins, Theatre - Qlab: A Powerful Tool for the Theatre Arts
Ellen Seljan, Political Science - Cut ‘em Some Slack and Let Google Drive: Tools for Classroom Communication and Collaboration
Kim Stafford, Northwest Writing Institute - Teaching “Daily Writing Practice” Online
Norma Velazquez, Biology - Video Recordings for Studying Animal Behavior
Ted Vogel, Art - Creating High-Quality Digital Decals for Use on Ceramic Art
Watzek Library, Visual Resources - Robert Miller Photography Digitization Project
For more information, check out our descriptions page.