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 incorporating technology into their teaching and research. It is an informal, poster-session event, with faculty presenters spread at tables throughout the room. Watzek Library and Information Technology will be present to share information on new and upcoming developments in our respective areas.
After a year online, the Showcase returns as an in-person event on Thursday, December 9th, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Smith Hall. For those who can’t make the in-person event, we have conducted short video interviews with our 2021 presenters, which are being added to our Showcase video archive page (L&C login required).
- Julio Appling, Educational Technology - What to Know about the Classic Sites to New Google Sites Transition
- Rebecca Brooks, Office of Student Accessibility - Getting Stated Creating Accessible Course Content
- Justin Counts, Educational Technology - A Podcasting Primer: Tools, Tips, and Tricks for Creating Quality Content
- Isabelle DeMarte, World Languages - A Deep Dive Follow-up: Overhauling My Google Classroom Class
- Mo Healy, History - Pandemic Digital Archive Project
- Meredith Kostek, Boley Law Library - Creating Interactive Learning Content using Google Forms, EduPuzzle, and Google Slides
- Diana Leonard, Psychology - My Experience Upgrading to New Google Sites
- Catherine Sprecher-Loverti, German - Save Time Using Rubrics in Google Classroom
- Chris Stetcher, IT - Institutional Operations - Living in a Post-Dubach World: A Computer Labs Update