Teaching with Technology Symposium

Thursday, April 9, 2009
10:00 – 3:30 PM (sessions begin @ 12:30pm)
Shepherd Union Building

Sponsored by:

WSU Online
The Teaching and Learning Forum
ARCC
The Information Technology Division
 

Technology Symposium Schedule

10:00 – 3:00

Technology Services and Vendor Demonstrations and Educational Sessions
SU 312, 316, 321,331, 404A, Ballroom A, and Computer Lab
Full schedule
Session descriptions

12:30 – 1:00

Panel Discussion

Facilitator: Kim Wheatley
Panel Participants: Matt Harris, Valerie Gooder, Tim Herzog, David Ferro
SU Ballroom C
Using Clickers in the Classroom

1:15 – 1:45

Jan Hamer
Essay Feedback using Grademark and Wimba
SU 305

Curtis DeFriez, Craig Gundy
Use of Web 2.0 Technologies for Teaching Health Sciences at WSU
SU 312

Kami Hanson
A Design-Based Research Approach to the Development of a Virtual Cognitive Tool
SU 321

Valerie Herzog, Jordan Utley
Effective Use of Debates in the Virtual Classroom
SU Ballroom C

2:00 – 2:30

Greg Anderson, Richard Fry
Using Wimba for Virtual Office Hours and Feedback Session Archives
SU 305

David Malone
Structured Use of Video Media in the Hybrid Online Classroom
SU 312

Kathryn MacKay, Luke Fernandez, Frances McConaughy
Pedagogy First, Technology Second: Is Critical Pedagogy Possible Online?
SU 321

Kathleen Sitzman
Twelve Student Preferred Behaviors for Caring Online Instructors
SU Ballroom C

2:45 – 3:15

Todd Johnson, Andreas Lippert
Communicating Science Across the Web
SU 305

Diana Green, Allyson Saunders
Team Meeting Technology Tools
SU 312

Travis Price, Kara Hansen-Suchy
Making the Most of Technology in Blackboard
SU 321

Rob Reynolds and Marjukka Ollilainen
Peer Review in an Online World
SU Ballroom C

1:00 – 3:30

Poster Presentations
SU 3rd Floor
Complete listing of presentations


Full schedule for Technology Services and Vendor Education Workshops

10:00 AM

Louis Aponte
IT Security@ Home
SU 312

Prime Systems-Josh Prince
Laptop Safety: Solid State Drives
SU 316

Heidi Parker
Wildcat Email Options
SU 321

Greg Brighton
Backup Strategies
SU331

Garth Tuck
Digital Portfolios for Students
SU 404A

Wireless Setup and Mac Q/A
SU, Ballroom A

Bookstore, Kurt Bedell
iWork ‘09
SU Mac Lab

10:30 AM

Prime Systems-Josh Prince
Laptop Safety: Safe Handling Practices
SU 316

11:00 AM

Heidi Parker
Tools for Browser Tune Up
SU 312

Sharon Dover
Weber Vitual Labs Software for Students
SU 316

Mark Foiles
Spyware Removal
SU 321

Alan Lewis
3rd Party Mac Software for Students
SU 331

Louis Aponte
Sync Toy
SU 404A

PC Wireless Setup
SU, Ballroom A

Bookstore, Terry Stone
iLIfe ‘09
SU Mac Lab

11:30 AM

Prime Systems-Josh Prince
Spyware/Malware Protection: Scan and Update
SU 316

Judy King
Student Email Survey Discussion led by WSUSA
SU, 2nd Floor Fireplace Lounge

12:00 PM

Prime Systems-Josh Prince
Spyware/Malware Protection: Safe Browsing Practices
SU 316

Russ Paige
Data Recovery
SU 331

Wireless Setup and Mac Q/A
SU Ballroom A

Bookstore, Dan Sinema
Running Windows on a Mac
SU Mac Lab

12:30 PM

Judy King
Creating Perfect Bibliographies for Students (Word 07)
SU 316

Alan Lewis
WSU Secure for Mac
SU 331

PC Wireless Set Up
SU Ballroom A

1:00 PM

Sharon Dover
Weber Virtual Labs Software for Faculty
SU 316

Greg Brighton
Backup Strategies
SU 331

Heidi Parker
TechExcel: Submitting Tickets on the Web
SU 404A

Wireless Setup and Mac Q/A
SU Ballroom A

Bookstore, Terry Stone
Tips and Tricks on Your Mac
SU Mac Lab

1:30 PM

Prime Systems-Josh Prince
Spyware/Malware Protection: ID Theft Prevention Online, Safe Buying Practices
SU 316

2:00 PM

Prime Systems- Josh Prince
Building a Safe/Supported Machine: What to Know Before You Buy and Build
SU 316

Alan Lewis
3rd Party Mac Software for Faculty and Staff
SU 331

Sharon Dover
E- Scrapbooking in PPT
SU 404A

PC Wireless Setup/
Judy King
Options for Web Site authoring @WSU (Faculty)
SU Ballroom A

Bookstore, Kurt Bedell
Podcasting
SU Mac Lab

2:30 PM

Judy King
Groupwise Archiving for Faculty and Staff
SU 316

PC Wireless Setup
SU Ballroom A

Poster Presentations

1:00 – 3:30, Shepherd Union Building, Third Floor

Laura Anderson
Txtng 4 Gr8er L3rnin6

Jim Bird, Tom Day, Joyce Buck
Capturing, Creating and Using Video in Instruction

Karen Burton Deborah Judd
The Power of Voice

Sally Cantwell, Linda Forest, Susan Thornock
Directed Readings for Nurses: The 21st Century and Technology

Yuhong Fan
Paperless Classes

Jake Gilson
Importance of Visual Communication in digital teaching

Hanson, Armstrong, Ellis, Fernandez, Ferro, Johns, Niklason, Rogers, Sitzman
SLED

Kyra Hudson
Coping with Online Honesty

Becky Johns
Demonstrating Quantitative and Qualitative Content Analysis Programs and Visualization Data Programs

Gary Johnson
Using RSS feeds and Media (campaign commercials) in Introduction to American Government Hybrid Course (POLS1100)

Joelle Jonsson
Increase Exam Scores with StudyMate

Kerry Kennedy
Three Teaching Methods: A Comparison of Statistics Classes

Leah Murray
Deliberative Democracy Online

Gail Niklason
Understanding Faculty Satisfaction in the Online Learning Environment

Maria Parrilla de Kokal, Michelle More, Forrest Crawford, Adrienne Gillespie
Weaving Wimba into Women’s Studies

Joyce Porter
Web 2.0 for Educators

Rob Reynolds, Marjukka Ollilainen
Departmental Practices in Online Peer Review

Shelley Thomas
Online Time Vs. Face to Face Time: Time Commitment for Instructors

WSU Online, ARCC, and the Teaching and Learning Forum are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for faculty to share their experiences and expertise in teaching with technology. Abstracts are currently being accepted for oral and poster presentations in the following categories:
  • Effective and/or innovative use of technology in the online class.
  • Effective and/or innovative use of technology in the traditional classroom.
  • Effective practices, both design and instructional, for technology-delivered instruction.
  • Innovative use of technology for faculty or student research.
  • Personal research on issues related to the use of technology and teaching.






Poster presentations proposals can be submitted for individuals or teams of two; oral presentations proposals will be accepted from teams of 2 or 3. Due to limited space and time, only 9 oral presentations will be accepted – all others proposals will be asked to present in poster format. Oral presentations should be limited to 30 minute sessions with an additional 15 minutes for question/answer period.

Proposals should be submitted on the attached form by March 15, 2009.
 

Name(s):
These will be printed in alphabetic (by last name) order in the program
Dept(s):
Title of Presentation:
Category:
Brief Abstract:
Preferred presentation format: Oral
Poster
If you select oral as your preferred presentation format, would you be willing to consider presenting in a poster format if needed?: Yes
No
Equipment needed (check all that apply): Computer
Projector
Poster stand
Other (please specify):


 
 


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