Fall 2008 e-Learning Showcase: Tools and Approaches

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November 6-21, 2008 @ Cline Library Room 200  

Schedule

During Fall 2008 Showcase: Tools and Approaches, four one-hour faculty-led panel discussions will focus on incorporating some of the latest learning tools and approaches into your classes, such as podcasting through iTunes U; digital image, video and music databases through Cline Library; online evaluations; and supplementing in-person courses with online learning.

Videotaped sessions are now available below. You may need to download and install the Silverlight application to view the taped sessions. Also, PC users should view these sessions with Internet Explorer. Mac users can use both Firefox and Safari.

 

10-10:10 a.m.
Welcome from Don Carter, director of the e-Learning Center

Videotaped Session
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Teaching with iTunes U
10:10-11:10 a.m.
Learn how to expand and enrich course curricula with digital content. Faculty panelists will demonstrate how they use iTunes U to distribute audio and video podcasts in their courses.

Panelists:
Melissa White, the e-Learning Center
Brandon Cruickshank, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Barb Austin, Center for Science, Teaching and Learning
Ric Holloway, Biological Sciences
Ryan Holder, School of Music
Richard Viglucci, School of Music

Videotaped Session
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Using Digital Databases in Your Course
11:10 a.m.-noon
Discover the latest resources available through Cline Library that make it easier than ever to incorporate music, videos and digital images into your courses. See how instructors are using ARTStor, with its more than 1 million digital images, music databases DRAM and NAXOS, and FMG Films on Demand.

Panelists:

Catherine Petersen, Cline Library
Ed Cahall, Cline Library
Vicki Enders, Humanities, Arts, and Religion
Louise Lockard, College of Education

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Lunch
Noon
-1 p.m.
Self-serve buffet


Let's Talk Online Evaluations
1-1:50 p.m.
Online evaluations allow students to give feedback about a course, including its content, structure and instruction. Panelists will review the pros and cons of the current online evaluations process, and also will address strategies for increasing student response rates.

Panelists:
John Tingerthal, Construction Management
Larry Gallagher, College of Education
Pam Foti, Geography, Planning and Recreation
Melissa White, e-Learning Center
Sue Pieper, e-Learning Center

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Supporting In-Person Instruction through Online Learning Environments
1:50-3 p.m.
Providing materials and learning activities on Blackboard Vista can be a valuable way to supplement or replace in-person classes. Faculty will share their strategies for using online learning to make class times more effective and engaging.

Panelists:
Molly Hunter, Forestry
Michelle Miller, Psychology
Chad Woodruff, Psychology
Kevin Ketchner, Honors
Catherine Ueckert, Biological Sciences
Beverly Amer, The W.A. Franke College of Business
Steve Cernohous, Athletic Training

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