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 for faculty to speak with their peers about how they are using technology in their teaching and research. We will have faculty presenters representing all three colleges stationed around the room to demonstrate and discuss their technology endeavors. Make sure to also stop by the Information Technology and Watzek Library tables for a look at what’s new as well as updates on current projects-in-progress.
The 2019 Showcase will be held Thursday, December 5th, 3pm-5pm in Smith Hall (Albany Quadrangle).
For more information, view our presenters description page.
William Chin, Law - 360 Immersive Video for Oral Arguments Practice
Julio De Paula, Chemistry - Applications of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy to Chemical Analysis: Free Resources for Undergraduate Education
Brian House, Art - Digital Media Art at Lewis & Clark
Alain Kägi, Computer Science - Snap! Monte Carlo and π
John Kray ’17, Hydra Research - Industrial-grade 3D printing in Advanced Physics
Jeremy McWilliams, Watzek Library Digital Initiatives - RStudio Server & JupyterHub at Lewis & Clark
Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho, Educational Leadership - Podcasts & OER Assignments: Adding Value to the World
Natalie Stamper & Marie-Eve Thifault, World Languages and Literatures (French) - Creating Open Educational Resources within Moodle using H5P
Alisun Thompson, Teacher Education - Creating Teacher Community Through Blogging
Robert Unzueta, Teacher Education - Snapchat in the Classroom
Julie Vorholt, Academic English Studies - My Webinar for the U.S. Department of State