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 focus on technology topics of interest to faculty and for faculty to speak with their peers about how they are incorporating technology into their teaching and research.

As we emerge from the pandemic, the Educational Technology team is changing the format of this event to be a mix of short talks available to both in person and remote participants as well as informal in-person poster session style demonstrations at tables throughout the room. Refreshments provided as well as a drawing for attendees. 

Watzek Library and Information Technology will be present to share information on new and upcoming developments in our respective areas.

The Showcase will be on Thursday, December 8th, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Smith Hall.

3:00pm - 3:30pm: Mingling, refreshments and hands-on experiences

3:30pm - 4:15pm: Presentations - also available on Zoom

  • Jeremy McWilliams: Python & R cloud computing options at LC
  • Dann Disciglio: Dall-E the AI artist
  • Adam Buchald: Generative AI is already proving disruptive
  • Mark Dahl: Corps of Discovery Online Atlas
  • Zoe Maughan: Vietnamese Portland : History, Memory, Community
  • Justin Counts: Video Streaming to Enhance Student Final Projects
  • Aurelio Puente: Using Google Scripts with Google Forms

4:15pm - 5:00pm: Mingling, refreshments, additional hands-on experiences, and end of event drawing.

For those who can’t make the in-person event, live remote participation will be available for the presentation portion. A recording will be added to our Showcase video archive page (L&C login required).