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Wednesday, May 23
 

1:30pm

Meme Wars: One Does Not Simply Control the Class Climate
Meme Wars: One Does Not Simply Control the Class Climate

This presentation will demonstrate how a meme war can serve as a method for preventing late semester lag in student focus and motivation, or what the presenters refer to as the 'third unit crisis'. The presenters from Keuka College and SUNY Oswego will share how the idea for a meme war came to be, the meme war's utility in serving as a tool of motivation and energy restoration, and the surprises they encountered in their respective meme wars.

Speakers
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Nicholas Koberstein

Keuka College
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Brian Moritz

SUNY Oswego


Wednesday May 23, 2018 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Dalton 119

1:30pm

Using Blended Learning to Support Interdisciplinary Professional Development for Teachers
Using Blended Learning to Support Interdisciplinary Professional Development for Teachers

This presentation will share how a group of liberal arts faculty from Departments of Education, Biology, Chemistry, Math, and English used blended learning support the professional development of master teachers. 25 participating teachers from three diverse school districts attended several sessions and a 3 day summer workshop that was supplemented by ongoing blended learning support using Critical Friends Groups and Google Hangouts. Each university faculty member was assigned to a school as a disciplinary mentor and helped them improve their teaching and lesson plans with a goal of integrating a more interdisciplinary approach to the classroom teaching.

Speakers
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Sally Barton-Arwood

Belmont University
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Lauren Lunsford

Belmont University


Wednesday May 23, 2018 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Dalton 1

1:30pm

Using a Drone as a Vehicle for Learning Workshop
Using a Drone as a Vehicle for Learning Workshop

This session describes a freshman seminar in which a drone was used in a mock humanitarian aid mission to map a disaster area and deliver aid. As well as teaching teamwork skills, the mission became a focal point for learning activities relating to intercultural understanding and the value of multiple perspectives. Since drones have applications in many fields, this class may be a useful model for other experiential classes in the Humanities. Participants will have an opportunity to try a flight simulator and will leave the workshop with an idea of what is involved in conducting such a class.

Speakers
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Beth Dodson

Shenandoah University
AM

Anne Marchant

Shenandoah University
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William T. Marchant

University of California, Berkeley


Wednesday May 23, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Dalton 2

1:50pm

Completing the Circle: Blended Learning in Digital Scholarship Student Programs
Completing the Circle: Blended Learning in Digital Scholarship Student Programs

In the Digital Scholarship Program at Bryn Mawr, undergraduate and graduate students both learn through and produce blended learning materials. The Digital Scholarship Program runs two academic year and one summer program for small cohorts of students to enhance their digital competencies and contribute to collaborative digital scholarship projects. In each program, students produce digital instructional materials for future cohorts and, in the case of some projects, other scholars or audiences. Blended materials are known to enable asynchronous learning within groups, but we have also found that they have been essential in establishing connections among the various programs.

Speakers
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Alicia Peaker

Bryn Mawr College


Wednesday May 23, 2018 1:50pm - 2:10pm
Dalton 119

1:50pm

Leading Educational Technology Change Through Faculty Development: Creating Lasting Relationships
Leading Educational Technology Change Through Faculty Development: Creating Lasting Relationships

Learning environments in are changing rapidly, with increased attention surrounding active learning, educational technologies, and their impact on teaching and learning. Companies are introducing innovative technologies at breakneck speeds, often overwhelming academic leaders needing to meet the needs of the institution, faculty, students, and community. This whirlwind of change creates new challenges and opportunities to address as leaders guide their institutions toward adopting new educational technologies. Faculty are increasingly bombarded by innovative technology, while remaining pedagogically grounded. This presentation draws on research in this area and experience working with faculty and staff from 14 residential liberal arts colleges.

Speakers
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Edward W. Finn III

Associated Colleges of the Midwest


Wednesday May 23, 2018 1:50pm - 2:10pm
Dalton 1

2:10pm

A Digital Humanities Reading Circle: From Conceptualization to Implementation
A Digital Humanities Reading Circle: From Conceptualization to Implementation

In an effort to encourage faculty interest in digital pedagogy projects, I recently worked alongside our Faculty Director of Core Curriculum and an instructional librarian to facilitate launch of a "Digital Pedagogies in the Humanities Reading Circle" at Butler University. Our kick-off roster included nine faculty members, three librarians, and four staff members; and our chosen book, Digital Humanities in the Classroom: A Practical Introduction for Teachers, Lecturers, and Students (Battershill & Ross, 2017)proved long on practical advice and short on theory, making it nicely suited to our reading circle’s goals.
In this 20-minute presentation, I will report on the progress of our reading circle and share our model, both its merits and faults, with those wanting to try something similar at their institutions.

Speakers
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Megan M. Grady

Butler University


Wednesday May 23, 2018 2:10pm - 2:30pm
Dalton 1

2:10pm

Building a Course with Emerging Technologies
Building a Course with Emerging Technologies

This semester, Educational Technology Services staff offered a Praxis Fieldwork Seminar on Exploring Museum Applications of Augmented and Virtual Reality. The classroom component of the course focused on how digital technologies are shaping the work of museums and other cultural institutions and the scholarship of museum studies. This was complemented by a hands-on fieldwork component in which students worked with AR/VR tools to design their own exhibit, installation or app. Jenny Spohrer (Director of Educational Technology Services), Kelly Strunk and Palak Bhandari (Educational Technologist) will discuss why they wanted to build a project-based course around such new, emerging technologies and their process for and the challenges of conceptualizing, designing, and facilitating it.

Speakers
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Palak Bhandari

Bryn Mawr College
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Jennifer Spohrer

Bryn Mawr College
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Kelly Strunk

Bryn Mawr College


Wednesday May 23, 2018 2:10pm - 2:30pm
Dalton 119

3:00pm

Scaling Blended Learning: Penn's Teaching+Technology Program
Scaling Blended Learning: Penn's Teaching+Technology Program

Penn's Digital Pedagogy group seeks to share blended learning strategies through the Teaching+Technology program, a series of three correlated workshops on theories, technology, and spaces that enable blended learning in diverse course contexts. Reaching more than 150 faculty and staff over several workshop iterations, the Digital Pedagogy group demonstrated how to implement blended learning elements through collaboration with faculty, technologists, and learning specialists. This presentation will share tips and strategies gleaned from the workshop series that can be applied at other institutions interested in launching a blended learning initiative.

Speakers
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Becky Moulder

University of Pennsylvania
JS

Joe Schaffner

University of Pennsylvania


Wednesday May 23, 2018 3:00pm - 3:20pm
Dalton 119

3:00pm

Using Digital Library Collections in the Classroom
Using Digital Library Collections in the Classroom

The digitization of library collections not only enhances discoverability of library resources but also suggests new uses for those resources in teaching and learning. Princeton University has a long tradition of bringing students into library and museum archives to gain first-hand experience with collections. But as collections become digitized, platforms can be developed that encourage other forms of student interaction with those materials and allow for new types of creative assignments. This presentation will highlight two recent courses supported by Princeton University's McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning in which students were involved in the crowd-sourced tagging, categorizing, and annotating of digitized books from library collections.

Speakers
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Ben Johnston

Princeton University


Wednesday May 23, 2018 3:00pm - 3:20pm
Dalton 1

3:00pm

Screencasting For Student Collaboration Workshop
Screencasting For Student Collaboration Workshop

This presentation will provide the attendees with a new perspective on utilizing screencasting technology and Google applications, within project based learning, for improving student learning, assessment, and collaboration within hybrid courses. The workshop facilitators will model how they are using student-created screencasts, integrated within Google applications, as a strategy for engaging learners with clear learning goals for assessment. Attendees will be guided through the process of creating screencasts, developing collaborative assignments and group assessments for use in their own teaching

Speakers
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Ron Caro

Stockton University
DH

Douglas Harvey

Stockton University


Wednesday May 23, 2018 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Dalton 2

3:20pm

A Framework For Change - Full Spectrum Pedagogy
A Framework For Change - Full Spectrum Pedagogy

This presentation will outline St. Norbert College's Full Spectrum Pedagogy framework by giving a history of the development of the framework, outlining the process by which the framework has evolved to its current state, and relating practical advice about the implementation of this framework. Full Spectrum Pedagogy is part of St. Norbert College's strategic plan and takes a fresh approach to conceptualizing the blend of pedagogical approaches from fully in-person to fully online.

Speakers
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Autumm Caines

St. Nobert College
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Reid Riggle

St. Nobert College


Wednesday May 23, 2018 3:20pm - 3:40pm
Dalton 119

3:20pm

Beyond Books: Emboldening Student Research Skills With Penn's Library Lounge
Beyond Books: Emboldening Student Research Skills With Penn's Library Lounge

The Library Lounge is a blended learning initiative that supports student research skills at the University of Pennsylvania. As an ecology of digital and analog as well as synchronous and asynchronous tools, Library Lounge is incorporated into research intensive courses and includes: direct librarian involvement, custom videos focused on research skills, and adaptive tools for student self-assessment. Penn librarians and digital technologists will present on this joint initiative, share custom-created videos, demo an adaptive learning self-assessment tool, and reflect on student feedback and best practices gleaned from the last four years of this project.

Speakers
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Clayton Colmon

University of Pennsylvania
AC

Angelina Conti

University of Pennsylvania
SK

Samantha Kirk

University of Pennsylvania


Wednesday May 23, 2018 3:20pm - 3:40pm
Dalton 1

3:40pm

OER: One Course at a Time
OER: One Course at a Time

Open Educational Resources (OER) provide an excellent opportunity to reduce costs, increase access, and vary interaction for learners. However, locating, compiling, and distributing OER can be a daunting task and there several factors to consider, such as time, sustainability, accessibility, and instructional strategies. During this presentation, I will share how Rollins College supports the implementation of OER by offering a grant. Faculty awarded a grant collaborate with a librarian and an instructional technologist to locate, create, compile, and distribute OER. Three grants have been awarded to date, each of which has been unique, ranging from one class utilizing free online .epub files to a faculty member creating an OER from scratch. I will provide a brief overview of these projects, the process used to support each, lessons learned, and implementation strategies to consider. Additionally, I will share survey data collected during a pre- and post- OER implementation.

Speakers
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Amy Sugar

Rollins College


Wednesday May 23, 2018 3:40pm - 4:00pm
Dalton 119

4:30pm

Lightning Round Session
Reimagining Peer Review in the Comics Classroom Using Digital Writing and Publication (Janine Utell, Widener University)

Getting more Nuanced Readings of Test Results (Mike Jones, Swarthmore College)

Biennials and Conservation: How to Preserve and Document (Marianne Weldon, Bryn Mawr College)

Digital Competencies for the Liberal Arts (Gina Siesing, Bryn Mawr College)

Online Interactive Resources for Blended Math Fundamentals Review and Psychology Research Methods and Statistics (Jennifer Spohrer, Bryn Mawr College)

Speakers
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Michael Jones

Swarthmore College
GS

Gina Siesing

Bryn Mawr College
JS

Jennifer Spohrer

Bryn Mawr College
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Janine Utell

Widener University
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Marianne Weldon

Bryn Mawr College


Wednesday May 23, 2018 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Dalton 300

5:00pm

Evening Mixer
Wednesday May 23, 2018 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Wyndham Alumnae House
 
Thursday, May 24
 

9:00am

Creating Simulation-Based Blended Learning Experiences
Creating Simulation-Based Blended Learning Experiences

This session will demonstrate the process of creating simulation-based blended learning experiences. Two simulations developed by the Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center at the University of Hawaii will serve as models to illustrate key features of simulation design. The first model simulation consists of a blended learning experience built around a fictitious organization. Learners go through the process of applying for a job that fits their interests and professional goals. Similarly, a simulation designed in collaboration with Bryn Mawr faculty will illustrate key pedagogical concepts and provide insights into the blended learning experience of students studying Russian.

Speakers
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Julio C. Rodriguez

University of Hawaii, Manoa
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Ruslan Suvorov

University of Hawaii, Manoa
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Irina K. Walsh

Bryn Mawr College


Thursday May 24, 2018 9:00am - 9:20am
Dalton 2

9:00am

Guided Writing in Content-Rich Disciplinary Electives
Guided Writing in Content-Rich Disciplinary Electives

This session promotes an approach to student writing that directs attention to those points in the writing process that can most benefit the student writer. It relies on the principle that it is far less time consuming to grade a well written essay than one poorly conceived and executed. The session will guide participants through each step in the process and make clear how we use rubrics, peer reviews, and the campus LMS to limit the amount of time the instructor needs to spend with each student's work product and the amount of disciplinary "content" sacrificed to the writing process.

Speakers
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Melanie Bahti

Bryn Mawr College
DR

David Ross

Bryn Mawr College


Thursday May 24, 2018 9:00am - 9:20am
Dalton 119

9:00am

LVAIC-Teagle: Hybrid Learning and the Residential Liberal Arts Experience
LVAIC-Teagle: Hybrid Learning and the Residential Liberal Arts Experience

The LVAIC-Teagle Hybrid Learning and the Residential Liberal Arts Experience's project aims to support cross-campus teams of interested faculty in implementing new hybrid courses, revising courses or modules to have hybrid components, and/or generating new teaching materials to share in a hybrid fashion. Based on our three years of experience leading cohorts of faculty we will identify our triumphs and challenges with technology, faculty support structures, and the very concept of collaboration on multiple levels: for students, faculty, campus administration, and consortial leadership.

Speakers
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Keri Colabroy

Muhlenberg College
DD

Diane Dimitroff

Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges
CK

Chawne Kimber

Lafayette College
JR

Jennifer Rao

Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges
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Chris Reubeck

Lafayette College


Thursday May 24, 2018 9:00am - 10:15am
Dalton 1

9:20am

Experiential Learning With Digital Technology: Virtual Reality and Russian Prefixed Verbs of Motion
Experiential Learning With Digital Technology: Virtual Reality and Russian Prefixed Verbs of Motion

This presentation outlines an innovative method for integrating virtual reality into the Russian language classroom. Specifically, we discuss the development of a prototype of an interactive immersive world to train Russian prefixed verbs of motion. Our program, “A Stroll through Brighton”, a virtual reality game set in Brighton Beach NY that trains students in prefixed verbs of motion, serves as a case study. The game, based on recent developments in the fields of virtual reality and game-based learning, allows users to virtually immerse themselves in and interact with real, not simulated, locations for educational purposes.

Speakers
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Kristin Bidoshi

Union College


Thursday May 24, 2018 9:20am - 9:40am
Dalton 2

9:20am

Online Peer Review in Writing Intensive Courses
Online Peer Review in Writing Intensive Courses

An important development of P331 Advanced Experimental Physics in the last three years is to use the "workshop" function of Moodle to set up an online manuscript submission and review system that resembles the real journal paper submission and review process in physics. This online system has many advantages, including the anonymous peer review process, high efficiency for assigning review tasks, automatic numerical grading, and convenient statistics analysis. This online manuscript submission and review system is a powerful pedagogical tool for designing progressive writing assignments, providing students explicit grading rubrics, and integrating peer instructions.

Speakers
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Xuemei Cheng

Bryn Mawr College


Thursday May 24, 2018 9:20am - 9:40am
Dalton 119

9:40am

Blending the Classroom to Allow Student Research With Online Publication
Blending the Classroom to Allow Student Research With Online Publication

Blending a course can create class time for students to perform independent research culminating in student-peer-reviewed publications that are searchable and available online in perpetuity. By creating online learning resources and online exchange forums, students in Wheaton College (MA) science courses participate in all the stages of research from hypothesis formation, thru experimentation to data analysis, paper writing, student-peer-review, and publication. The blended setting allows students to create quality preliminary research that becomes a resource for their job searches and a legacy for future students. Students show high engagement in, and express great enthusiasm for, these authentic research experiences

Speakers
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Robert Morris

Wheaton College


Thursday May 24, 2018 9:40am - 10:00am
Dalton 119

10:30am

Keynote: What Should We Ask of the Liberal Arts in a Dis-integrative Era?
Keynote: What Should We Ask of the Liberal Arts in a Dis-integrative Era?

What would a higher education look like if we were designing it now, given what we know about the full spectrum of learning, about the expanding population of students entering higher education, the global digital ecosystem and the challenges that lay ahead for our graduates? This talk will explore the role of blended learning in the "first quadrant," where the axes of "inclusion" and "integration" come together: the creative imperative to focus our efforts on the most transformative learning experience for the most diverse range of students. Now is an urgent time to leverage the best of what higher education has to offer while responding to a world riven with inequality, driven increasingly by algorithms and artificial intelligence, and where uncertainty and rapid change will become the norm for the next generation.

Speakers
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Randall Bass

Georgetown University


Thursday May 24, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
Dalton 300

11:45am

Lunch
Thursday May 24, 2018 11:45am - 1:00pm
Wyndham Alumnae House

1:15pm

Blended Learning Certification: An Institutional Approach
Blended Learning Certification: An Institutional Approach

This 20-minute presentation will describe the process by which Lenoir-Rhyne University developed a blended learning certification program in response to a need for focused time for faculty transitioning from teaching in face-to-face format to a blended learning environment. The certification was designed and delivered by two faculty in the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Instructional Technology. This presentation will describe the process of the certification’s initial design, explore ways of helping faculty experience blended learning, and consider ways in which the program uses blended learning pedagogies to help faculty be successful in the blended learning environment.

Speakers
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Devon Fisher

Lenoir-Rhyne University
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Jessica O'Brien

Lenoir-Rhyne University


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:15pm - 1:35pm
Dalton 2

1:15pm

Leveraging Open-Sourced Online Platforms to Enhance Language Courses
Leveraging Open-Sourced Online Platforms to Enhance Language Courses

This presentation will touch upon the pedagogical approaches of the language courses, learning outcomes, and demonstrate how the interactive course tools and materials are used in creative ways to extended the class experience outside of the classroom.

Speakers
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Sorat Tungkasiri

Princeton University


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:15pm - 1:35pm
Dalton 1

1:15pm

The Stat is Right!
The Stat Is Right! The Ed Tech Quiz Show 

From whom do students and faculty seek technology support? What do students and faculty think about the information security training they receive at their institutions? How useful are student success tools to students and faculty? What learning environments do students and faculty prefer? What do faculty think about online learning environments? What technologies do students want their instructors to use, and what technologies do instructors think will make them better teachers? How do students' use of mobile technologies in the classroom clash with instructors' policies on their use? If you think you know the answers to these and other higher education IT questions, put your knowledge to the test at this EDUCAUSE research quiz show–style session as we share key findings from the most recent faculty and student survey reports in an engaging and fun environment. Grand prize: Bragging rights!

Speakers
MM

Mark McCormack

Senior Director for Analytics and Research, EDUCAUSE


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Dalton 119

1:35pm

Establishing Off-Site First-Year Regional Campuses Through Blended Learning
Establishing Off-Site First-Year Regional Campuses Through Blended Learning

Schreiner University (Kerrville, TX) operates three off-site campuses in El Paso, Mission, and Brownsville, Texas, serving the needs of a traditionally underserved population: the first generation, economically-challenged Hispanic student, one not quite ready to leave home yet. Courses offered at these centers include traditional face-to-face classes taught by off-site coordinators, online classes offered through College Consortium, a platform for course-sharing between partner universities and colleges and the model determined to be most successful, the course which includes a combination of all of these approaches as well as weekly video-conferences with the instructor of record.

Speakers
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William W. Woods

Schreiner University


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:35pm - 1:55pm
Dalton 1

1:35pm

Teaching Scholarly Podcasting
Teaching Scholarly Podcasting

This presentation explores how experiential learning sharpens students’ understanding of academic storytelling. Our case study is a final assignment in a writing seminar where students create a 5-minute science-news podcast about on a fictional contagion. Partnering with this course to stage a hands-on workshop, McGraw Digital Learning Lab technologists employed an experiential learning pedagogy to align the multimedia assignment to the core goals of the class, demonstrate playfulness and creative prototyping as a device for storytelling, and give students creative confidence through a guided, yet flexible, exercise.

Speakers
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Daniel Claro

Princeton University


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:35pm - 1:55pm
Dalton 2

1:55pm

Teaching Immersive Video Storytelling: Tips for Getting Started
Teaching Immersive Video Storytelling: Tips for Getting Started

This session will discuss the challenges and opportunities of teaching 360-degree video storytelling, as well as the layers of collaboration and institutional support that made this new initiative possible at Temple University. The presenters represent faculty and library staff members involved in the first year of the Innovative Teaching with Makerspace Grant (co-sponsored by the Digital Scholarship Center and Center for the Advancement of Teaching) and will focus on the practical considerations of integrating this new technology in the classroom, as well as the logistical and financial assistance necessary for its implementation across campus.

Speakers
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Jennifer Grayburn

Temple University
LZ

Laura Zaylea

Temple University


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:55pm - 2:15pm
Dalton 2

1:55pm

Using Software to Achieve Learning Outcomes: Results From Five Experiments
Using Software to Achieve Learning Outcomes: Results From Five Experiments

Using a Teagle Foundation grant, ACS undertook a hybrid learning project in the summer 2017 and concluded it in January 2018. The presenters reached out to five early-adopting faculty members to participate in the project. The faculty, from five ACS campuses Centenary, Davidson, Furman, Southwestern, and Spelman also represented diverse disciplines. The project is now complete, and we are ready to share the process, outcomes, and lessons learned.

Speakers
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Jennifer Dugan

Associated Colleges of the South


Thursday May 24, 2018 1:55pm - 2:15pm
Dalton 1

2:45pm

Say Yes to GIS: Spatial Analysis in a Health and Inequality Curriculum
Say Yes to GIS: Spatial Analysis in a Health and Inequality Curriculum

Social Epidemiology looks at how political, economic, and social factors create particular patterns of disease. GIS (Geographic Information Systems) lets you view and analyze data spatially on a map. In this presentation, we will share what we learned during two semesters of incorporating GIS into a 200 level Social Epidemiology course at Haverford College. Overall, we found that, despite a significant learning curve, challenges finding and using good data, and considerations adjusting the curriculum to incorporate GIS, GIS offered unique benefits for understanding the relationship between health disparities and various political, economic, and social factors.

Speakers
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Anne Montgomery

Haverford College
SS

Sharon Strauss

Haverford College
VT

Vicky Tam

University of Pennsylvania


Thursday May 24, 2018 2:45pm - 3:05pm
Dalton 1

2:45pm

Using Primary Sources to Support Student-Centered Pedagogy
Using Primary Sources to Support Student-Centered Pedagogy

In this hands-on workshop, attendees will navigate the Digital Public Library of America and its instructor-vetted Primary Source Sets, which draw on diverse resources ”from newsreel footage to oral histories” held by libraries, archives, and museums across the US. Presenters will lead an interactive exploration of these free resources; share student-centered implementation strategies including guided questioning, class openers, and media analysis; and collaborate with participants to develop approaches to incorporating primary sources that are optimized for their students and curricula. Laptops/devices highly recommended.

Speakers
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Franky Abbot

Digital Public Library of America
SG

Samantha Gibson

Digital Public Library of America


Thursday May 24, 2018 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Dalton 119

3:05pm

Teaching Upper-Level Statistics Course Through a Shared/Hybrid Model
Teaching Upper-Level Statistics Course Through a Shared/Hybrid Model

Under the Liberal Arts Consortium for Online Learning (LACOL) Upper Level Math/Stats Project, I taught an elective course (Bayesian Statistics) through a shared/hybrid model in Fall 2017. I would love to share my experience on designing such a course, and my thoughts on how to build up a cross-campus learning community.

Speakers
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Jingchen Hu

Vassar College


Thursday May 24, 2018 3:05pm - 3:25pm
Dalton 1

3:25pm

Blended Learning in the Introductory Physics Lab
Blended Learning in the Introductory Physics Lab

Learning goals in the introductory physics lab can be summarized as: 1) reinforcing concepts and 2) developing laboratory skills. In 2017, blended learning components were added to Principles of Physics III at Denison. Short pre-lab videos gave students conceptual background and an overview of each week's lab. Students engaged with material in online pre-lab quizzes, receiving automatic feedback. The instructor used pre-lab quiz responses to gauge students' conceptual understanding, leading to more time for lab skills development in lab. Strategies for creating the videos and quizzes, how they led to modifications to lab, and assessment results will be discussed.

Speakers
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Melanie Lott

Denison University


Thursday May 24, 2018 3:25pm - 3:45pm
Dalton 1