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Innovations in Teaching and Learning Archives

2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999

The first Teaching with Technology half day symposium was held in 1994. Over time the event grew to a full day as the Teaching with Technology Conference, hosted jointly by the, then, Academic Information Technology Services, and the Center for Teaching Excellence.  The first showing of the Innovations in Teaching and Learning conference was made in 2007 in deference to the realization that innovative teaching is not solely dependent on technology. 2015 was the landmark year in which the newly formed Teaching and Learning Transformation Center joined the Division of Information Technology in hosting the conference.  The conference celebrated its 25th year in 2019  and was then shuttered in 2020 due to COVID-19. These archives of session titles and presenters date back to 1999.  We hope you will find it interesting to see how the conversation has changed over the years.

2019

Teaching Evil: Keynote Presentation

Scott Roberts, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Cultivating Community: Enriching the Transfer Student Experience in the Classroom

Amy Lintner and Lindsey Winter, School of Public Health

Teaching in an Active Learning TERP Classroom: Trends, Benefits and Challenges

Alice Donlan and Virginia Byrne, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Getting Real: Assignments That Make Course Content Come to Life

Kathleen Mogelgaard, University Honors

Fixer Upper: Renovate Your ELMS Course with Instructional Designers

Sue Johnston, Mary Kot, Lauren Neimeyer, and Jung Yang, DIT Learning Technology Design

Leveling Up Your Teaching Collaborations with Undergraduates Using Tips from the TLTC's Academic Peer Mentor Program

Alexis Williams, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Learning by Design: The integration of learning analytics and instructional design

Megan Maters and Martyn Clark, DIT Learning Technology Experience, and Scott Moses, Professional Writing

Effective and Efficient Teaching, a Primer for Graduate Students (panel)

Stanley Maxson, History, Clara Montague, Women's Studies, Monica Anthony, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, Samuel Allen, Family Studies, Alexandra Shelton, Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education, and Marissa Stewart and Andrew Webster, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Foster a Brave Space in Your Online Learning Environment (Workshop)

Virginia Byrne and Louisa Nkrumah, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Welcome to the Program: Creating an Online Orientation

Theresa Nebel Robinson, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership

Inquiry to Topic Development: Critical Thinking for Speeches and Papers

Heather McHale and Chelsea Mays-Williams, Institute of Applied Agriculture

Providing Students with Quality Formative Feedback

Nora Heist and Alyson Farzad, Oral Community Program

Reaching Neurodiverse Students: A Strengths-based Approach

Mary Beth Furst, R.H. Smith School of Business, Kerry Tripp, Family Studies, and Meenu Singh and Mira Azram, Academy for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Using the Fearless Teaching Framework Mid-Semester Evaluation of College Teaching: Research and Testimonials

Alice Donlan and Virginia Byrne, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Removing Barriers to Learning (Workshop)

Sue Johnston, DIT Learning Technology Design

What are They Talking About? Socio-technical Thinking in a Technical Engineering Course

Natasha Andrade, Civil and Environmental Engineering and David Tomblin, College Park Scholars Science, Technology and Society

Where are They? Assessing Students at the Classroom Level

Melissa Meyers, Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute

Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a One-credit Chemical Engineering First-Year Seminar

Debbie Goldberg and Ganesh Sriram, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Metacognition in Mastery Learning Classrooms

Clare Parsons, English

Making Your Teaching POPL A graduate Peer Observation Program

Stanley Maxson, History, Clara Montague, Women's Studies, Monica Anthony, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, Samuel Allen, Family Studies, and Alexandra Shelton, Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education

Poster Presentations

Accessible Learning: IT Accessibility Resources at UMD (Sue Johnston, DIT Learning Technology Design

Annotating Classroom Videos (Eileen Drusjack and Daniel Chazan, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership

Conducting Public Health Surveillance and Communicating Data in Maternal and Child Health (Marie Thoma, Family Science)

Development and Implementation of a Peer Observation Program (Stanley Maxson, History, Clara Montague, Women's Studies, Monica Anthony, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, Samuel Allen, Family Studies, Alexandra Shelton, Counseling, Higher Education)

Easy Steps to Accessibility (Jennifer Hoeritz, Marni Blachowicz, and Candice Binuyo, R.H. Smith Office of Transformational Learning)

Improving Accessibility of Web-based Information: University of Maryland DIY-IT Accessibility (Ana Palla-Kane)

Meeting Graduate Student Instructors' Needs Through a Peer Outreach Workshop (Stanley Maxson, History, Clara Montague, Women's Studies, Monica Anthony, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, Samuel Allen, Family Studies, Alexandra Shelton, Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education, and Marissa Stewart and Andrew Webster, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center)

Nuts and bolts: Inclusive Library Instructional Practices using UDL Guidelines (Nedelina Tchangalova and Tahirah Akbar-Williams, UMD Libraries)

Peer to Peer Learning in BSCI160 (Allison Keyes and Darrah Speis, Entomology)

Translating Threshold Concepts: a Faculty Learning Community Experience (Tom Mierzwa, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center)

Why Does China Matter? Teaching Asian History to U.S. Youth: Approaches, Challenges and Rewards (Dewen Zhang, History)

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2018

Speed Dating to Create Video Quizzes Workshop

Ryan Curtis, Psychology Department

Reshaping Perceptions of Large Lecture Classes

Patricia Alexander, Anish Singh and Hailey Gibbs, Human Development & Quantitative Methodology Department

Using Content and Task-based Teaching to Address Grammar More Effectively

Heather Mehrtens, Maryland English Institute (MEI)

Do It Yourself with UDOIT: Adventures in web accessibility

Carolyn Fink, Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education Department and Sue Johnston, DIT Learning Technology Design

Developing Fearless Partnerships: Innovative collaborations to enhance teaching and learning

Lindsey Anderson and Melissa Lucas, Communication Department and Toby Egin and Katlin Meissinger, Do Good Institute

Hacking the Final Exam--an Active Approach for Assessing Learning

Pamela Armstrong, Decision, Operations and Information Technologies Department and Sarina Haryanto, R.H. Smith School of Business

Caption This! Learn to Make Kaltura Videos Accessible to All

Lauren Neimeyer, DIT Learning Technology Design

Fearless Teaching: A mid-semester evaluation tool

Alice Donlan and Virginia Byrne, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Using MS PowerPoint and ResponseWare (Clickers) to Promote Active Learning

Timothy Pilachowski, Mathematics Department

Brainstorm Your Way to Creative Assignment Topics!

Karen Lamb, Communications Department

Short Writing Assignments: Mix it up

Heather McHale, Institute of Applied Agriculture

Encouraging Student Self-Efficacy in a 50 Minute Class Session

Erin Durham, University of Maryland Libraries

Google Docs as Launchpads for Student/Teacher Interaction

Clare Parsons, Professional Writing Program

Improv in Every Classroom: Using fun exercises as teaching tools (Workshop)

Ed Priola and Larisa Cioaca, Institute of Applied Agriculture (75 minute workshop)

Co-designing and Co-teaching a Course with Undergraduates

Catherine VanNetta, Jorge Tello-Campozano, Tara Tanasovich and Vanessa Wagener, Terrapin Teachers

Beyond the Lecture: Strategies to engage students, model professional skills and promote student learning

Theresa Nebel Robinson, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership Department

Multimodal Communication Made Easy in ELMS

Deborah Mateik, DIT Learning Technology Design

No-frills Virtual Whiteboard Technology: How, and what for?

Omer Preminger, Linguistics Department

Phil Donahue, Richard Dawson, or Catchbox: Students giving answers

Evan Golub, Computer Science Department

Instructor Behaviors Promote Students' Sense of Belongingness

Junjie Su, RH Smith Office of Transformational Learning

Activism Assignments: Feminist perspectives on teaching with social movements

Clara Montague, Cheyenne Stevens and Cara Snyder, Women's Studies Department

Five Years of Flipped: Lessons, challenges, and the future

Bill Brantley, A. James Clark Project Management Center for Excellence

Teaching Students to Recognize Systemic Racism in Archives

Cecelia Vetter, Laura Cleary and Ashleigh Coren, University of Maryland Libraries

Using Twitter to Assess Campus Climate after a Hate Crime

Bridget L. Higginbotham, School of Public Health; Virginia Byrne, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership; and Alice Donlan, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Creatively Learning Biological Concepts: It's all in your mind

Candace Williams, College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences and Marcia Shofner, Entomology Department

Research and Evaluation: Teaching lab techniques in a FIRE lab

Liana Kaplan, Catherine Butz and Malachi Perez, FIRE

Supporting Fearless Teaching Through Online Simulations

Audrey Tetteh and Alexis Li, ICONS Project

Empowering First Generation Learners Through Library Instruction

Suzy Wilson, University of Maryland Libraries

Forget the Textbook: empowering students to become independent vocabulary learners

Heather Mehrtens, Maryland English Institute (MEI)

Creating Learning Opportunities Through UMD Open Catalog

Jessica Sowalsky, Ph.D. and John Burke, Division of Information Technology, Academic Technology and Innovation

Canvas Campus Pack Wiki and Student Public Scholarship

Nora Murphy, Communication Department

Redesigning Classes to Promote Student Learning and Positive Perceptions of Science Through Active Learning

Sara Lombardi, Biology Department

Increasing Student Engagement and Getting Rid of Swag with Clickers

Evan Golub, Computer Science Department

Discover the Design Strategies That Influenced the ESJ Center

Kristen Ambrose, School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Peer to Peer Active Learning

Allison Keys and Darrah Speis, Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences and Marcia Shofner, Entomology Department

Mapping Your Syllabus: Communicating your course graphically

Tom Mierzwa, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

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2017

Examining the Role of Listening and Speaking in the Oral Communication Program: An Assessment of Learning Outcomes in COMM107

Lindsey Anderson, Devin Scott, Andrew Wolvin, Department of Communication, College of Arts & Humanities

“A Rich Intellectual Apprenticeship”: Teaching a large scholarship in practice class

Heidi Bulich and Jennifer Salazar, Department of Planning and Preservation, School of Architecture

Examining Exams: New Technologies for Administering Exams

Ryan Curtis, Department of Psychology, College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Building Inclusive Learning into Teaching: Lessons from the University of Edinburgh

Sue Johnston, Learning Technology Design, Division of Information Technology

Using Learning Analytics to Support Evidence-based Decision Making

Patrick Killion and Ben Bederson, Office of Academic Affairs and Provost

Integrate Critical Thinking into Your Course Assignments and Assessments

Annie Laurie Nichols, Department of Communication and Bill Kules, iSchool

Utilizing Diversity: A Funds of Knowledge approach to making any classroom inclusive

Annie Laurie Nichols and Melissa Lucas, Department of Communication and Scott Holdren, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Designing for All: Exploring course accessibility in ELMS Canvas

Ana Palla-Kane and Sue Johnston, Learning Technologies, Division of Information Technology

Digital Pedagogy: New approaches in blended and online learning

Clare Parson, Phillip Scott Moses, John Rosser Matthew, and Daune Marie O’Brian, Professional Writing Program, College of Arts & Humanities

Using Student Avatars to Support Novice Teacher Practice

Megan Peercy and Dan Levine, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, and Jade Wexler, Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education, College of Education

Improv in Every Classroom: Using fun exercises as teaching tools

Edward Priola and Larisa Cioaca, Institute of Applied Agriculture

Common Core Kids: Strategies for instructing the next generation

Theresa Nebel Robinson, Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy, and Leadership, College of Education

Direct Industry Collaboration in the Classroom—Case Study: Under Armour

Oliver Schlake, Department of Management & Organization, R.H. Smith School of Business

Active Learning: The use of simulations to enhance student learning

Erica Smith, MLAW Programs and College Park Scholars

Leveraging Strategic Partnerships to Enhance Learning

Jonathan Southgate, Allison Nederveld and Nicole Coomber, Office of Transformational Learning, R.H. Smith School of Business

Critical Thinking: Moving toward greater learning

Susan White and Karen Hallows, Department of Finance, R.H. Smith School of Business

Using UMD’s GenEd Writing Rubrics to Assign and Assess Writing

Scott Wible, Professional Writing Program, College of Arts & Humanities

AMPing Courses—Creating a campus-wide mentoring program

Alexis Williams and Scott Roberts, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Unpacking Diversity in the Classroom: Ensuring productive dialog among students

Rowena Winkler and Sabeen Sheikh, Department of Community, College of Arts & Humanities

Identifying Trends in Online Student Success Through Learning Analytics

Virginia Byrne, Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership

Neighborhood Change, Equitable Development, Gentrification, Displacement, GIS, Community Development, Diversity, and Inclusion

Jeanne “Gina” Natalia Choquehuanca, Willow Lung-Amam, Department of Urban Studies & Planning, School of Architecture

REVEAL 360: Research-enhanced Virtual Environments for Acquiring Language

Ewa Golonka, Medha Tare, Martyn Clark. Duane Shaw, Center for Advanced Study of Language and Amitabh Varshney, UM Institute for Advanced Computer Studies

Using Metacognitive Learning Strategies to Improve Chemistry Education

Kim Huynh, Department of Chemistry and Michelle Udeli, Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering

Coming Soon, the Online Student Success Orientation (OSSO)

Mary Kot-Jansen, Learning Technology Design, Division of Information Technology

Accessibility Checklist

Sue Johnston, Learning Technology Design, Division of Information Technology

Learning Technologies: Where technology meets pedagogy

Deborah Mateik, Learning Technology Design and Mike Tony, Learning Technology Strategy, Division of Information Technology

AMPing Psych 100 for Active Learning

Scott Roberts, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center and Emily Maranto, AMP

Creatively Teaching Fundamental Biology Concepts: Candy Cladograms!

Marcia Shofner, Sarvar Oreizi-Esfahani, Eleni Baker, and Pranish Katwal, Department of Entomology

Implementing Signature Projects Through Scholarship in Practice General Education Courses

Ann C. Smith and Cynthia K. Stevens, Office of Undergraduate Studies, and Madlen Simon, School of Architecture

Teaching Collaboration Skills

Ann C. Smith and Cynthia K. Stevens, Office of Undergraduate Studies, Erica Estrada-Liou, Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Melissa Hayes-Gehrke, Department of Astronomy, Medlen Simon, School of Architecture, and Kristan Cilente Skendall, Gemstone

AMP Perspectives—Experiences of TLTC’s Academic Peer Mentors @ UMCP

Alexis Williams, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

The Academic Credit Internship Experience: Strategies for designing and facilitating an Online Experiential Learning Course

Steve Young, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Understanding Students’ Perceptions and Practices for Pre-lecture Content Reading

Will Gammerdinger, Biology Department, College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences

Unconference – Organic, Participant-Driven Professional Learning Experiences

Natalie Janiszewski, Matt Smith, Floria Volynskava and Mary Warneka, OTL, R.H. Smith School of Business

The Thing About Me

Karen Lamb, Department of Communication, College of Arts & Humanities

QR Codes in Classroom Discussions, Content Review, and Peer Analyses

Ebony Terrell Shockley, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, College of Education

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2016

Accessible Learning and the Inclusive University: The UMD Perspective

Panelists: Carolyn M. Fink, Ph.D., Paul T. Jaeger, Ph.D., J.D., Dr. Ana Palla-Kane, Megan Masters, Moderator

Lightweight Teams: A Design Pattern for Large, Flipped Intro Classes

Dr. Celine Latulipe

ASTR120/121 Course Redesign

Derek Richardson, Sara Frederick and Joe DeMartini, Astronomy

Building Community and Engaging Students in Auditorium Classes

Heidi Bulich and Jen Salazar, School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Can One Size Really Fit All? Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) To Teach Information Literacy Skills

Tahirah Akbar-Williams and Nedelina Tchangalova, University of Maryland Libraries

A Developmental Framework for Training Students on New Assessment Methods: Case Example of the Train-the-Trainer Model

Jill B. Jacobson, Jessica Albrecht, Meghan Green, Molly Kim, Lynsey Weston, Arianna Lashley, and Ranga Atapattu, Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education; College of Education

The Development of a Course to Teach Facilitators for Active Learning Sessions

Lee Friedman and Hannah Jardine, CMNS, TLPL

Enhancing Student Critical Thinking with Scalable and Flexible Hybrid Instructional Support

Bill Kules, Subra Tangirala, and Elizabeth Gardner, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center, SVPAPP

FIRE: Constructivist Learning Through Scaffolded Research Experiences for First-Year Students

Patrick Killion, Jennifer German, and Ian Page, Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost

From Analog to Digital: Adapting In-Person Instruction into an Online Class

Celina McDonald, University Libraries

Fostering Academics: Using Mentoring to Facilitate Successful Undergraduate Research

Jaclyn Bruner, Annie Laurie Nichols, and Emily Schaefer, Department of Communications

The Foxworth Initiative: Engaging the Humanities for Creative Enterprise

Faedra Chatard Carpenter, Justin Lohr and Karen Kohn Bradley, Division of Arts and Humanities

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Team Projects as a Teaching Tool

Cynthia Stevens, Madlen Simon, Kristan Cilente Skendall, Ann Smith, Yumeng Wang, and Zeke Gonzalez, Office of Undergraduate Studies

How Effective Programs and Courses Demonstrate Their Success

Ann Smith, Emily Foley, Scott Kastner, Dena Deglau, and John Buchner, Office of Undergraduate Studies

Identifying Connections between Teaching Information Literacy and Interdisciplinary Studies

Nancy Lovas, Teaching and Learning Services, McKeldin Library

Incorporation of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks into General Chemistry Laboratory

Joseph Houck, Chemistry and Biochemistry, CMS

Innovating and Enriching the Teaching Practices of Graduate Students: TLTC Programs and Events

Khara Schonfeld-Karan, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Innovo Scholars: Partnering With Students to Innovate Instruction

Sandra M. Loughlin, Smith School

Learning Catalytics in an Interdisciplinary Core Engineering Course

Angela R. Jones, Fischell Department of Bioengineering

Learning from Student Work

Sarah B. Mallory, Keryn Gedan, Kim Coles, Kasso Okoudjou, Douglas Kern, Alan Neustadtl, Catherine VanNetta, Richard Yi, David Tomblin, and Jo Paoletti, Faculty Fellows - Office of Undergraduate Studies

Scalable Impact: Removing Barriers with Open-Access Course Modules

Scott Roberts and Larissa Yashko, Psychology, BSOS

Student Engagement in Curricular Innovation: Scaling iDiversity’s Curriculum Development Project Across Campus

Lindsay Inge and Elizabeth Lieutenant, College of Information Studies

“Terps to Tohokuâ”: Combining Short-Term Study Abroad and Online Learning to Increase the Accessibility of Study Abroad while Facilitating Academic and Intercultural Learning

Meredith Collier-Murayama, Katherine Worboys Izsak, Alvin Oh, and Zhang Ziang, BSST, BSOS

Turning Students into Researchers: Linguistics Experiments in a Collaborative Classroom

Christopher C. Heffner, NACS, BSOS (LING, ARHU: HESP, BSOS)

Use a Simulation as the Final Exam for Better Student Engagement and Learning

Bill Brantley, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Using Learning Analytics to Support Evidence-Based Decision Making

Benjamin B. Bederson and Patrick Killion, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center, First Year Innovation and Research Experience

Using WordPress to Create a Multilingual Website

Peng Wang, Department of Communications

Using Written Self-Assessments to Understand Students’ Perceptions of Learning

Lindsey B. Anderson, Elizabeth E. Gardner and Andrew D. Wolvin, Department of Communication

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2015

Blended Italian: Enhancing Oral Proficiency

Federica Deigan, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Blended Course Redesign: Developing Confidence in Spanish Speaking Skills Through Video Recording

Sebastian Bartis and Fabian Faccio, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

ELMS & PSYC123: An Online, Academic Approach to Professional Development

Samantha Levy, Duane Wallace, Caroline Lee, Scott Roberts and Kelley Bishop, Undergraduate Psychology Department and University Career Center

A Faculty Learning Community Approach to Course Redesign at the University of Maryland

Alexis Y. Williams and Lisa M. Swan, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Flipped Learning for a Foreign Language Classroom

Kumiko Akikawa, School of Langauges, Literatures and Cultures

Flipped Out: Reflections on Flipping a Cell Biology Course

Boots Quimby, Honors College

Hashtag That! Using Twitter to Collect Quick, Qualitative Assessment from Students

Rachel Gammons and Charissa Powell, University of Maryland Libraries

It’s More Than Just Pretending to Be a Tree: How Lessons From the Theatre can Help Create Ensemble in Any Classroom (and why that matters!)

Sara Thompson, Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies

The Production of Serious Learning Games as an Active Learning Tools in Environmental Science

David Tilley, Jose-Luis Izursa and Tim Williamson, Environmental Sciences

STEM and Service-Learning: UMD Students and K-12 Robotics Clubs in Prince Georges County

Matthew Aruch and David Tomblin, College Park Scholars Science Technology and Society Program

Supporting the Professional Writing Program with Online Modules—Collaboration and Engagement, Theory and Reality

Lily Griner, Yelena Luckert, Judy Markowitz Nevenka Zdravkovska, University Libraries, Pamela Orel, Professional Writing Program

Team Up with Your Instructional Designer to Move the Face to Face Course Online

Graciela Jaschek, School of Public Health, and Jun Yang, DIT Learning Technology Services

UMD Box for “Student-sourcing” Data for Class Projects

Marla McIntosh, Plant Sciences and Landscape Architecture

The University of Maryland’s University Teaching and Learning Program (UTLP)

Stephen Roth, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Zombie Metamorphosis 101: Designing Learning Environments for Innovation

Erica Estrada-Liou and Mira Azarm, Academy for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Personalized Learning: Making Your Course Accessible, Adaptable and Affordable -- Everybody Benefits!

Janine Clarke, Susan Johnston and Mary Kot-Jansen, Learning Technologies

Teaching Data Intensive Science in Conservation Biology

Keryn Gedan, Leslie Ries, Katerina Thompson, and Rachel Lamb

Using Qualtrics and Data Visualization Tools in the Multicultural Classroom

Peng Wang

Improving Student Learning: What Does This Mean From the Student Perspective? (50:30)

Student panelists include: Ogue Addeh, Kathryn Day, Zoe DiGiorgio, Jonathan Niznanski and Cheryl Wang

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2014

An Introduction to the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center

Ben Bederson, Associate Provost of Learning Initiatives and founding Executive Director of the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center (TLTC)

The 2014 EdTech Forecast: The world didn’t end in 2012 so where is EdTech going in the future?

Devlin Daley

I Flipped My Course, Now What? Increasing Student Communication in the Classroom

Kristen Gunderson and Hannah Wegmann, Department of French and Italian, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Even Better Than Face-to-Face: Using Voicethread to Increase Participation, Collaboration and Reflective Learning

Lyra Hilliard, Department of English, College of Arts and Humanities

The Heroic Classroom—Storytelling in the Blended Course

William Brantley, Environmental and Civil Engineering, Clark School of Engineering

Strategies for Sharpening Student Reasoning Skills Through In-Class Case Studies

David Falk, Honors College

Engaging Video Lectures in a Flipped Classroom

Thomas Mauriello, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Jun Yang, Learning Technologies, Division of Information Technology

Using the General Education Oral Communiaction Rubric to Assess Students Presentations

Ann C. Smith, Glori Hyman, Stephen Bighton, Jeffrey Hermann, Michael Kimbrough, Robin Sawyer, Andrew Wolvin, Office of Undergraduate Studies

The Retweet of Academia: Using Twitter to Improve Information Literacy Instruction

Alexander J. Carroll and Robin Dasler, University Libraries

Global Neighbors—Exploring UMD’s International Backyard

Malaika Serrano and Natalie Vinski, Global Communities, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Gamification in Learning: Flipping the Philosophy of Learning Online

Clare Parsons, Professional Writing Program, College of Arts and Humanities

Facilitating Student Expression Through Use of ePortflios and Class Blogs in Translation Classes

Peng Wang, Department of Communication, College of Arts and Humanities

Using “Clickers” in Small Clases and Foreign Languages

Mary Ellen (Mel) Scullen, Departments of French and Italian, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Grading for Learning: Using Standard-Based Grading in the College Classroom

Lisa Swan and Jessica DeMink-Carthew, Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, College of Education

The New MEEC Class Model: A “Manageable Educational Environment for Collaboration”

Ronald Yaros, Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Innovation in Online Teaching and Accessibility: Open Source Blogging

Elijah Adiv Edelman, Department of Anthropology, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Online Courses That Work

John Cable, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Clark School of Engineering

Measuring Achievement in Psychology: Learning outcomes and learning analytics

Charles Stangor, Scott Roberts and Dylan Selterman, Department of Psychology, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Using Rubrics in the ELMS Speedgrader Tool for Assessment vs. Grading

Ann C. Smith, Sharon LaVoy, and Douglas Roberts, Office of Undergraduate Studies

PechaKucha: Bringing More Than an End to the Boring Presentation

M. Christopher Lewis, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Engaging Under-represented Populations in Life Science and Agriculture Research

Wendy Peer, Environmental Science and Technology, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

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2013

Teach What Really Matters; Use What Really Works

Robin Wright, Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs in the College of Biological Sciences (CBS) and professor of Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development at the University of Minnesota

Code for Community Challenge: Lessons Learned

Alexander Chen

Teaching and Learning: a Blended Introduction Course for all Learners

Susan De La Paz, Paula Maccini, Deirdre Barnwell and Tori Page Voth, Special Education Department, College of Education

Guiding Students’ Study in Person and Online

Ryan Curtis, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences; Marcy Marinelli, University Counseling Center, College of Education; Emily Cheung, Judy Gerstenblith

Using Canvas to Support the Flipped Classroom

William Brantley, Civil Engineering, Clark School of Engineering

Flip Cameras and Cloud Computing: Using Technology to Improve Student Collaboration in Groups

Annie Laurie Nichols, Michael Steudeman, Jeffrey McKinney and Steven Cohen, Department of Communication, College of Arts and Humanities

Bridging Fieldwork and Coursework in Teacher Education Through Technology

Jessica DeMink-Carthew, Ann Edwards, Lisa Bote and Beatriz Quintos,Teaching, Learning, Policy and Leadership, College of Education

Pedagogical Solutions or Digital Distractions?

Ryan Curtis and Scott Roberts, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Clicker-based Game Show Review Activity

Laura Sherman, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Using Structured Small Group Work to Increase Learning and Retention in Introductory Biology

Samantha Elliott, Center for Teaching Excellence, Undergraduate Studies

Student Researchers as Editor-Aggregators

Joseph Bueter, English Department, College of Arts and Humanities

Do You See Me Now? Good: The Instant Gratification of Blended Learning

Lyra Hilliard, English Department, College of Arts and Humanities

Moving from the Individual to the Communal Space Through Digital Multimodal Composing

Nabila Hijazi and Douglas Kern, English Department, College of Arts and Humanities

Evaluating Student Response Systems: What Works and What are the Alternatives When Things Don’t Work So Well

Peggy Antonisse, Linguistics Department, College of Arts and Humanities, Evan Golub, Computer Science Department, Computer, Math and Natrual Resources, Brendan Dooley, Criminology and Criminal Justice Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Flipping and Blending the Foreign Language Classroom

Mary Ellen Scullen and Shannon Mauro, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Teaching and Learning Challenges in Foreign Langauges: Moving a Beginner Language Course to Online Teaching

Maria Fleri, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Expectations of Computer Science and Other STEM Students

Hameed Badawy and Karl Schmidtt, Clark School of Engineering

Quality Matters!

Hayley Brown, Alex Bansleben, Ben Bulka and Nicole Coomber, Quest Honors Program

A Truly Global Approach to Undergraduate Instruction

James D. Spina, Lori J. Spina and Daniel Howard, Management and Organization Department, R. H. Smith School of Business

Use of Problem-based Learning and Electronic Journals to Assist Undergraduate Bioengineering Students

Idalis Villanueva, Kevin Knapstein and Rachel Manthe, Bioengineering Department, Clark School of Engineering

The Application of Weibo in Teaching and Learning to Facilitate Effective Business Education

Xin Wu, Management and Organization Department, R. H. Smith School of Business

My Door Is Open: An Examination of Student-Faculty Interactions During Office Hours

Whitney Gaches, Jason Bartles, Rachel Berndtsson, Kristen Burson, Martin Camper, Steven Cohen, Yujie Chen, Elizabeth Picciuto, Oscar Santos-Sopena and Margaret Smith

Consulting to the Stars: How to Make Your Coursera Faculty Shine

Mary Kot-Jansen and Lauren Neimeyer, Learning Technologies, Division of Information Technology

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2012

It Begins in Delight and Ends in Wisdom: Awakening the Digital Imagination

Gardner Campbell, Director of Professional Development and Innovative Initiatives, Virginia Tech

Learning Spaces are More Than Boxes: How Physical and Virtual Spaces Impact Learning

Jeanne Narum, Founding Director of the Learning Spaces Collaboratory

How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference: The Transformation of a Math Study Skills Course

Kimberly Bethea, Counseling Center

Implementing the New General Education Program: What All Faculty Should Know

Douglas Roberts, Associate Dean, Office of Undergraduate Studies

Extending the Blended Course: Advanced Strategies for Student Blogs, Twitter, Wimba, and Peer Review

Ronald Yaros, Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Synchronous Conferencing and Performance in a Statistics Course

Fabio Chacon, Academic Computing, Bowie State University

Turning Technologies Listening Session

Elizabeth McConnell Rees, Turning Technologies

Bridging Academic and Professional Development: A Pilot Collaboration

Scott Roberts, Rich Kearin, Ryan Curtis, and Crystal Sehlke, Psychology Department

Using Videos in Teaching: Overcoming the Challenges

Glori Hyman and Caroline Mrohs, Institute of Applied Agriculture

So You Want to Teach a Blended Class: Lessons from the Pilot

Kathleen D’Angelo, Lyra Hilliard, and Nabila Hijazi, Academic Writing Program; Lea Chartock, Professional Writing Program

Facebook in the Mirror: Interrogating New Media Via New Media

Sarah Pleydell, English Department

Campus Pack Listening Session

Jamie Asin, Learning Objects

What Do the Students Expect? A Tool for Analyzing Student Expectations

Abdel-Hameed Badawy; Co-presenters include: Karl Schmitt, Andrea Andrew, Mara Dougherty, Elise Larsen, Matthew Walker Miller, Breanne Robertson, Artesha Taylor, Alexis Williams, Sabrina Kramer, and Spencer Benson, Center for Teaching Excellence)

The Sociological Cinema: Teaching and Learning Sociology Through Video

Valerie Chepp, Lester Andrist, and Paul Dean, Sociology Department

Encouraging Distraction? Classroom Experiments in Mobile Media

Jason Farman, American Studies Department

Visions of the Human Voice

Ashley Smith, School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies

Library Safari and iPads: Technology to Enhance Student Learning

Maggie Cunningham and Katie Seeler, University Libraries

Twenty-First Century Learning: Assessing and Improving Learning on the Department Level

Ryan Curtis, Cassandra Jones-Abdelmeguid, Emily Gordon, Charles Stangor and Scott Roberts, Psychology Department

Tiptoeing into Blended Learning

Evan Golub, Computer Science Department

Using a Web-based Training Tool to Develop Phonome Analysis in Prospective Reading Teachers

Lesley Sand, Human Development and Quantitative Methodology

Schenkerian Tools Without Schenkerian Systems Help Students Hear Large-Scale Musical Patterns

Daniel Zimmerman, School of Music

Mobile Teaching: A Mobile Application for Outside-the-Classroom Learning

Sandro Foché and Adam Porter, Computer Science Department

Using Online Simulation Games to Improve Decision Making

Jeffrey W. Herrmann, Mechanical Engineering

Influencing Technologies for Teaching and Learning: The 2012 Horizon Report

Panelists include: Suresh Balakrishnan, Fabio Chacon, John Gustafson, and Mariann Hawken, University System of Maryland

E-Teaching: Global Perspectives and Impacts

Panelists include: Helene Cohen, College of Education; Daniella Fridl, ICONS Project; Marcio Oliveira, School of Public Health; Mark Varner, Association of Public and Land Grant Universities. Moderator: Trudi Hahn, iSchool

Strategies in Enhancing Student Engagement

Panelists include: Allison Bayley, Behavioral and Community Health; Zaharah Heckscher, English Department; and Gregory Staley, Classics Department. Moderator: Sabrina Kramer, Center for Teaching Excellence

Perspectives on Blended Learning

Panelists include: Stephen Mount, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics; Ana Palla-Kane, Kinesiology; and Susan White, Finance. Moderator: Spencer Benson, Center for Teaching Excellence

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2011

Blended Learning in Higher Education: Promises and Pitfalls

Norman Vaughan

Wither the Land Grant? Educating Global Citizens in a Belt-tightened World

Teri Balser

Sharing International Classroom Experiences Focused on Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Asher Epstein, Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship

Beyond Classroom Speeches: Using Technology-Based Assignments to Teach Communication

Steven D. Cohen, Rowena Briones and Andi Narvaez, Department of Communication

Blending Technology, Techniques and Teaching for Blended Learning

Ronald Yaros, Philip Merrill College of Journalism

An Exploration of Faculty Perception on Civic Engagement, Service Learning and Scholarship in Practice

Lynne Heighton and Lenea Stocker, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Amanda T. Berger, Department of Family Science, Steve Buzinsky, Department of Social, Decisional and Organizational Sciences, Paul Dean, Department of Sociology, Terri Donofrio, Department of Communication, Abram Fox, Department of Art History and Ali Fuad Selvi, Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Exploring How Peer Interaction Using Wikis Influences ELLs’ Rhetorical Analysis Learning

Nabila Hijazi, Department of English

Online Teaching Technologies: ScreenFlow and NoteTaker and Their Advantages

Bernard Cooperman, Department of History

The EDMS Instructional Training Mentorship Program

Youngmi Cho, Brandi W. Weiss, Ming Li and George Macready, Department of Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation

An Innovative Use of Technology to Improve Spatial Translations in the Organic Chemistry Classroom

Panelists include: Bonnie Dixon, Bryna Kumi, Richard Wroblewski and Matthew Kennelly, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Using Clickers and Other Technologies to Teach with Student-Generated Content

Ryan Curtis, Department of Psychology

A New Model for Connecting UM-Study Abroad Students

Catherine Donohoe and Natasa Duricic, Education Abroad

Creating Online Animations as a Tool for Teaching Preparation and Development in Mathematics

Hagit Sela and Rick Hollenbeck, Center for Mathematics Education

Expanding the Boundaries of the Language Classroom Using Web-based Tools: Three Case Studies

Roberta Lavine, Ana Patricia Rodriguez and Mary Ellen Scullen, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

A Successful Developmental Mathematics Program at UMD

Denny Gulick, Department of Mathematics

Before Class Meets: Pre-class Worksheets as a Key in Unlocking Active Engagement and Student Performance

Steven Buzinski, Scott Roberts and Ryan Curtis, Department of Psychology

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2010

Blended Learning in Higher Education: Promises and Pitfalls

Norman Vaughan

Land Grant Universities

Bernadette Kelley

Information 3.0: Student Engagement in an “I” Course Using Multiple Technologies

Ronald A. Yaros, Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Using Podcasts to Develop Student Literacies and Engagements

Panelists include: Kevin Barry, Department of Biology; Bryna Clover and Leonard Demoranville, Department of Chemistry; Thomas Geary, Department of English; Rebecca Krefting, Department of American Studies; Yi-Tak Lai and Jeffrey Olimpo, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics; Ana Perez, Department of Women’s Studies.

Building a Positive Classroom at the University of Maryland

Jocelyn S. Davis, Project Management, Department of Civil Engineering

ICONS + ARIA = The Future of Conflict Management and Education

Daniella Fridl, Jacob Berman and Sarah Dobson, Center for International Development and Conflict Management, Department of Government and Politics

Using Excel to Relay Quantitative Concepts

Cameron Richardson, Department of Human Development

Determining the Effectiveness of Discussion Board Interactivity

Abdel-Hameed Badawy and Michelle Hugue, Department of Computer Science

Learning Technologies Consortium: Roundtable

Panel facilitated by Ellen Borkowski, Director, OIT Academic Support

Mobile Learning at Maryland: A faculty roundtable from the Center for Teaching Excllence’s 3rd Summer Institute for Teaching with New(er) Technologies

Panel facilitated by Spencer Benson, Director, Center for Teaching Excellence

Panelists to include: Mark Varner, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences; Liora Moriel, Department of English; Marcio Oliveira, Department of Kinesiology; Marvin Scott, Department of Kinesiology; Roberta Lavine, Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Sahar Khamis, Department of Communication

Implementing Technologies for Learning: A faculty roundtable from the Center for Teaching Excellence’s 3rd Summer Institute for Teaching with New(er) Technologies

Panel facilitated by David Eubanks, Assistant Director, Center for Teaching Excellence

Panelists include: Kevin Mathias, Institute for Applied Agriculture; Donna Howard, Department of Public and Community Health; Gabi Strauch, Department of Germanic Studies; Monica Jacobe, Keguro Macharia, and Leigh Ryan, Department of English; Robert Friedel, Department of History

Digital Storytelling in English 101

Linda Macri and Thomas Geary, Department of English

Ask, Tell, and Intel–Using Mobile Technology in a CORE Classroom

Liora Moriel, Departments of English and Comparative Literature

Hy-bridging the Gap Between Instructional Passivity and Activity in the Lecture Hall

Marcio Oliveira, Department of Kinesiology

How Do You Know if Your Interactive Learning Techniques are Really Helping Your Students?

Melissa Hayes-Gehrke, Department of Astronomy

“Trying it Out”: Using Creative Writing to Teach Literary Analysis

Shenandoah Sowash, Department of English

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Progression in the Finance Lab

Susan White, Department of Finance, R. H. Smith School of Business

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2009

Traversing the HiEd Landscape in Search of New Learning Environments

Julie K. Little

Capturing the Visible Evidence of Invisible Learning

Randall Bass

Using Digital Storytelling to Meet Instructional Goals

Helene Cohen, College of Education

Childhood, Imagination, and Visualization: Photography and Creative Expression in Children’s Books

Barbara Tyroler, Art Department, College of Arts and Humanities and Maria Salvadore, College of Information Studies and College of Education

Extending the Audience: Using Web 2.0 Tools to Improve the Quality of Student Work

Leslie Gates, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education

Podcasts and Pedagogy: The Use of Audio Technology in the Composition Class

Kelli Skinner and Rachel Frier, English Department, College of Arts and Humanities

Beyond the Laboratory Report: Using Technology to Enhance Student Learning

Michelle Brooks, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Teaching a Traditional Face-to-Face Course with Course Management and Social Media Tools

Mark Varner, Animal Sciences Department, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Curriculum Transformation of a Large Introductory Psychology Course

Charles Stangor and Julia O’Brien, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Comparing Students’ Learning in Online and Classroom Sections of a Core Graduate Course

Trudi Bellardo Hahn, College of Information Studies

Urban Plan: A Classroom Simulation

Alexander Chen, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, School of Architecture

The Pedagogical Relevance of Video Games in Academics: An Example from Psychology

Kent Norman, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Using Wikis as Group Projects in a Large Classroom Setting

Ryan Curtis, Psychology Department, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Multimodal Collaboration in English 101

Tom Geary, English Department, College of Arts and Humanities

The Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Institute for Teaching the New(er) Technology: A Roundtable Report

Panel facilitated by David Eubanks

Assess More and Profess Less: How Using Clickers Can Improve the Effectiveness of Your Teaching

Kathryn Anderson Alvestad, Department of Measurement and Statistics, College of Education

Fifty Red Dots: Experience with a Novel Student Response System

Peter Shawhan, Physics Department, College of Computer, Math and Physical Sciences

Clickers in the Undergraduate Classroom: Success Stories and Cautionary Tales

Evan Golub, Computer Science Department, College of Computer, Math and Physical Sciences

Seniors Run $100 Million Corporations: Computer Simulation Adds Hands-on Decision Making Experience

Rhonda Reger, Department of Management and Organization, R. H. Smith School of Business

How to Use the Global Simulation System in a Language Class

Dorothee Polanz, French Department, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Everest—The Process of Implementing a Teams-based Simulation into a Large Lecture Section

Mark Wellman and Naveed Chaudhry, Department of Management and Organization, R. H. Smith School of Business

Practicing What We Teach: Communication Across Cultures

Rashi Jain, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education

In Tandem: Group and Cross-Cultural Learning in a Transatlantic Interdisciplinary Seminar

Sonja Duempelmann, Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Introducing the Mobility Initiative Pilot Project

Barbara Hope and Fred Morris, Office of Information Technology

Using Classroom Clickers to Respond to Academically At-Risk Students

Janet Thiel and Andrea Peimer, CAPS, College of Education (University Counseling Center)

Teaching Assistants on Incorporating Literature and Independent Projects in Lab Courses

Yi-Tak Lai, Gili Marbach-Ad, Ann C. Smith, and Wenxia Song, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Childhood, Imagination, and Visualization: Photography and Creative Expression in Children’s Books

Barbara Tyroler, Art Department, College of Arts and Humanities

Introducing Computational Tools into Undergraduate Biochemistry Laboratory Course

Soheila Ebrahimian, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Implementation of Learning Style Methods to Enhance Student Achievement in a Cooperative Learning Environment

Amy J. Haufler, Department of Kinesiology, School of Public Health

Wikis as a Tool for Presenting Scientific Posters

Laura A. Cathcart and Ann C. Smith, Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Engaging Students with Food: Teaching Research Methods in a Cohort Program Evaluation Course

Jennifer Gibbs, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

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2008

Looking Toward the Horizon—Student Engagement & the Technologies that Support Them

Phillip Long, Ph.D.

Promoting Pedagogical Creativity Through Adaptive Student Evaluations

Stephen Carroll, Ph.D.

Using Web 2.0 to Customize Instruction for the Millenial Generation

Nicole Cottrell and J. Gerald Suarez , QUEST Honors Fellow Program, R. H. Smith School of Business

Engineering Education in the Age of Web 2.0—Explorations Through iMechanica.org

Teng Li, Department of Mechanical Engineering

“Light Bulb” Moments and Absolute “No Nos”: Training TAs to Lead Students to Conceptual Understanding

Panel includes Maryann McDermott Jones, Daniel Gowetski, and Mara Dougherty, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

The Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Institute for Teaching the New(er) Technology: A Roundtable Report

Panel to include some of these CTESI faculty: Steve McDaniel and Marvin Scott, Department of Kinesiology; Jonathan Auerbach, Department of English; Sheri Parks, Department of American Studies; facilitated by Spencer Benson

Active Learning, Simulations, and Virtual Teams

Panel includes Matthew Kail, Tim Wedig, and Audrey Scherer, ICONS Project, Department of Government and Politics

The Simulations Seminar Did Not Take Place: Doing Postmodernism in Second Life

Matthew Kirschenbaum, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, College of Arts and Humanties

Using a Wiki to Capture Student Experiences and Work During a Short Term Study Abroad

Spencer Benson, Center for Teaching Excellence, Undergraduate Studies

Integrating New Technology in the Humanities Classroom —Talking Shakespeare on Wiki

Stephanie Clarke-Graham, Department of English

Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom with Social Media

Panel includes Derek L. Hansen, Kari Kraus, and Trudi Hahn, College of Information Studies

Building a Personalized and Interactive Learning Community Using Wimba Live Classroom

Helene Cohen, College of Education and Jun Yang, Office of Information Technology

Course Evaluations and Clickers: A Conversation About Assessment

Dave Eubanks, Center for Teaching Excellence, Undergraduate Studies

The Use of Bar Code Technology in Grading to Improve Student Anonymity and Reduce Bias

John F. Cowling, Department of Accounting

Assessing the Impact of Technology and Supplemental Materials on the Development of Critical Thinking Skills in Courses Taught by Graduate Teaching Assistants

Jeffrey Olimpo, Divya Gangaramani, Yi-Tak Lai, Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics

Learn Arabic via English

Inas Hassan, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Going Online

Damion Thomas, Department of Kinesiology

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2007

Constructing Knowledge in a Public Forum: Student Projects in Wikipedia

Kent L. Norman and Stuart Cohn, Department of Psychology

Innovations in Teaching with Technology: University System of Maryland Initiatives

Jo Paoletti, Department of American Studies and Suresh Balakrishnan, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Deputy CIO, University System of Maryland

The Power of Creativity: Teaching “Right-Brain” Thinking Skills to “Left-Brain Students”

Ruth Lozner, Art Department and Mary Harms, R.H. Smith School of Business

Addressing Students’ Psychological Barriers to Learning Through Experiential Learning

Stephanie Grutzmacher, Department of Family Studies

A Teaching Group Effects Curriculum Reform

Panel of Cellular Biology and Molecular Genetics instructors: Gili Marbach-Ad, Volker Briken, Ken Frauwirth, Brenda Frederickson, Steve Hutcheson, Lian-Yong Gao, Sam Joseph, Kevin McIver, David Mosser, Byrn Quimby, Patty Shields, Daniel C. Stein, Wenxia Song and Robert Yuan; facilitated by Ann Smith, Undergraduate Studies

Four Teachers, Four Classes, One Course

Panel of Department of Family Studies instructors: Ashley Southard, Lisa Benson, Andrew Quach and Nikki Forry, facilitated by Susan K. Walker

Helping Students Develop Good Hypotheses

Karen Nelson, Department of Biology

When Group Work Fails—Strategies for Dealing with Specific Group Work Problems Through Technology

Yesim Yilmazel-Sahin, Curriculum and Instruction Department

The Launch of jportfolio, the College of Journalism’s Web-based Assessment Project

Penny Fuchs, Phillip Merrill College of Journalism

Teaching Diversity in an Academic Support Unit

Jennifer Jackson and Angelo Gomez, Office of Multi-ethnic Student Education

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2006

Listening to What We’re Seeing

Diana Oblinger, PhD, Vice President, EDUCAUSE.

Engaging Students in a CORE Science: The Making of a Video

Marla McIntosh, Natural Resource Sciences, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

“Grand Theft Playwright”–Video Games in/as the Classroom

Casey Kaleba and Lindsey D. Snyder, Theater Department, College of Arts & Humanities

Adding Active Learning to a Large Lecture Course with the Help of Technology

Ann C. Smith, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Remodeling a Core Course

Marianne Ryan and Malissa Ruffner, UM Libraries and College of Information Studies

The Visual Literacy Toolbox: a Resource for Faculty and Students

Catherine Hays Zabriskie, Kimberlee Staking and Elsa Barkley Brown, Departments of History and Women’s Studies, College of Arts & Humanities

Converting Classroom Lectures for Online Delivery

Steve Heibein, Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute, A. James Clark School of Engineering

Transforming Learning, Communication, and Collaboration Through Centra Webconferencing

Brad Paleg, Information and Education Technology, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Tom Miller Acting Regional Extension Director, East Region, AGNR

Enabling Distance Learning at the University of Costa Rica

John D. Lea-Cox and Ellen N. Varley, Department of Natural Resource Sciences, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Engaging Students and Promoting Discussion by Using Clickers in Large Science Lectures

Deb Boehmler and Ann C. Smith, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Conversation Analysis to Assess Computer-Supported Cooperative Learning Environments

Patricia Verdines, College of Information Studies

Integrating the Financial Markets Laboratory into the Finance Curriculum [2005 UMITT Award Winner]

Susan White, Russ Wermers, Chuck LaHaie, Dilip Madan, Finance Department, R. H. Smith School of Business

The Mystery of the Missing Housefly: an Attempt to Combine Technology and Problem-based Learning

Karen Nelson and William Fagan, Department of Biology, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

Electronic Portfolio: A Paperless Portfolio for Interns to Track Accomplishments and Market Themselves

Desiré Stapley, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Corey Scarpero, National Agriculture Library

Using Images to Teach and Assess Lab Skills

Alex White, Aileen Pan and Ann C. Smith, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Chemical and Life Sciences

WebQuests on Emerging Instructional Technologies

Jean Chenet, Adrienne Erdman, Chelsea Rio and Abigal Seiler, Undergraduate Technology Apprentices with the College of Arts and Humanities and the College of Chemical and Life Sciences

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2005

Integrating Libraries into Your WebCT or Blackboard Course

Gretchen Hanson, University of Maryland Libraries

Laying that Damned Book Aside? Evaluating Different Digital Versions of Dr. Faustus

Tanya Clement, English Department, College of Arts & Humanities

Helping Students Succeed in Statistics in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences: An Analysis and Solution

Shawn Bushway, Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and William Dardick, Office of Information Technology and BSOS

Using WebCT to Infuse Mathematics in the Biology Curriculum

Leslie Ries and Karen Nelson, Department of Biology, College of Life Sciences

Games to Enhance Student Participation and Learning

Nicole F. Minnick, Department of French and Italian, College of Arts & Humanities

Facilitating In-class Discussions with WebQuests

Kaci Thompson, College of Life Sciences

The Role of Technology in Classroom-based Student Assessment of Learning Gains

Alida Anderson, Department of Human Development, College of Education

Classroom Assessment Techniques Using WebCT

Karen Douglas, Department of Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation, College of Education

Electronic Transparencies in the Classroom

Evan Golub, Department of Computer Science, College of Computer, Math and Physical Sciences

ARTstor and/or PowerPoint: New Options for Teaching with Images

Lauree Sails and Henry “Quint” Gregory, Department of Art History and Archaeology, College of Arts & Humanities

Changing the Character of the Large Lecture Using a Student Response System

Edward R. Redish, Department of Physics, College of Computer, Mathematics and Physical Sciences

Computer Rage: An Undergraduate Response to Technological Frustration

Kent Norman, Department of Psychology, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Taking WebCT Course Management Technology Global: The International Women’s Studies Consortium

Kimberlee Staking, Department of Women’s Studies, Arts & Humanities, and Mary Kot-Jansen, Office of Information Technology

Enriching Teacher Education via Technology, Styles, and Strategies

Rebecca Oxford and Yesim Yilmazel-Sahin, Second Language Education Program, College of Education

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2004

The Evolution of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Instruction at McKeldin Library

Kim Ricker, Government Documents and Maps, University of Maryland Libraries

Teaching Technology With Technology

Susan Schreibman, Tanya Clement and Amit Kumar, University of Maryland Libraries

Web IQ: a Tool for Learning Through Controversy

Marla McIntosh, Department of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

ICONS Projects: Creating Simulations for Classroom Use

Elizabeth Blake and Kathleen Young, Project ICONS, Department of Government and Politics, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Beyond E-Notes: Using PowerPoint to Illustrate Concepts

Michelle Riconscente, Human Development, College of Education

Large Table-Based WebCT Quiz Questions Database for First-Year Chemistry

Thomas Murphy, Chemistry, College of Life Sciences

Bringing Special Collections to the Classroom and Desktop

Courtney S. Danforth, University of Maryland Libraries

Research Port: Databases, E-Journals and More…Just For You

Gretchen Hanson, Laura Wrubel and Betty Day, University of Maryland Libraries

Faculty Support: It Takes a Team to Bring Pedagogy and Technology Together

Ann C. Smith, Anne Tsang and Jaime Moore, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Life Sciences, Jennifer White, College of Life Sciences, Bonnie Chojnacki, UM Libraries, and Paulette Robinson, Office of Information Technology

Bringing The Classroom to Life: Using Technology to Transform the Classroom Experience

Kaci Thompson, College of Life Sciences

Smith School of Business eduPortal Strategy

David Cantor and Ernie Soffronoff, R. H. Smith School of Business

Innovations and Student Impressions of Distance Delivery of an Engineering Curriculum

James A. Milke and Tingguang Ma, Department of Fire Protection Engineering, A. James Clark School of Engineering, and Sharon Roushdy, Office of Information Technology

Assessing Student Problem-solving Skills Using Complex Internet Based Exercises

Rebecca Pease, Department of Chemistry, College of Life Sciences

Dynamically Personalized Adaptive Knowledge Tutoring, Assessment and Remediation

Laveen N. Kanal and Gyan K. Kanal, Department of Computer Science, College of Computer, Math and Physical Sciences

Calibrated Peer Review

Karin Jackson, Department of Chemistry, College of Life Sciences

Is There a Blog in This Class?

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Department of English, College of Arts and Humanities

Experiences with Weblogs in Professional Writing

Clare Callaghan and Marybeth Shea, Professional Writing Program, Department of English, College of Arts and Humanities

Beyond Content: Creating Community with WebCT

Roberta Lavine, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Humanities

First Year Book: Dead Man Walking

Paulette Robinson, Office of Information Technology, and Lisa Kiely, Undergraduate Studies

Making Teaching Visible with Web-based “Snapshots of Practice”

Emily van Zee, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education

Using a Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Environment to Learn Science in a Japanese Course for Prospective Teachers

Mariko Suzuki, Shiga University, Otsu City, Japan

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2003

Assessing the Impact of the Terrapin Information Literacy Tutorial (TILT)

Peggy Antonisse, Library Coordinator for the Freshman Writing Program, User Education Services, University of Maryland Libraries, and Rick Robison, College of Information Studies

Augmenting Instruction with Technology: A Sampler

Barbara Nail-Chiwetalu, University of Maryland Libraries/Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences, College of Behavioral and Social Science

Transformation of a Lecture-based Science Course to a Case-based Science Course

Ann C. Smith, Jennifer Hayes-Klosteridis, Patricia Shields, Rick Stewart, and Robert Yuan, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Life Sciences

Successful H.323 Videoconference-based Learning

Ellen Varley and Brad Paleg, Distance Learning Specialists, Communications and Information Technology, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Facilitating Development of Critical Thinking Skills in Undergraduates Through Use of Distance Learning

Mark Varner, Professor and Extension Dairy Scientist and Julie Wu, Department of Animal and Avian Science, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Seven Years of Web-based Class Projects: The Best, the Worst, and Lessons Learned

Kent Norman, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Online Librarians in Action

Neal Kaske, Elizabeth Roberts and Julie Arnold, University of Maryland Libraries

World’s Fairs and Teaching Technology

Patricia Kosco Cossard, University of Maryland Libraries

Visual Storytelling-Using Technology to Produce Narrative Video Projects

Carmen Coustaut, Associate Professor, Department of Theater, College of Arts and Humanities

BIRD–A Real-time Note-taking System for Students and Faculty

Evan Golub, Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, College of Computer, Math and Physical Sciences

Maryland Teacher Technology Standards (MTTS): Helping Teachers Meet the Challenges

Davina Pruitt-Mentle, Director, Education Technology Outreach, College of Education

Practical Applications of Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning for Educators

Gloria Friedgen, Lecturer, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education and W. Michael Kelley, Academic Technology Coordinator, College of Education/Office of Information Technology

Weaving Learning Across the Campus: First Book Project Goes Online

Phyllis Peres, Associate Dean, Office of Undergraduate Studies, Paulette Robinson, Manager, Teaching and Learning Support, Office of Information Technology, and Carol Burbank, Assistant Professor, Department of Theater, College of Arts and Humanities

Development and Utilization of a Tool for Research and Teaching: VBIC, a Single Access Gateway to Business Information

Eileen Abels, Associate Professor, College of Information Studies, William DeWitt, Teaching Professor, R. H. Smith School of Business, Lily Griner and Zaida Diaz, Business Librarians, University of Maryland Libraries, Soojung Kim, College of Information Studies, and Jack Cleveland, R. H. Smith School of Business

Teaching Lessons Learned Through Online Experiences

Paul Bottino, Associate Professor, Cell Biology, College of Life Sciences, Bruce Jarvis, Professor and Paul Mazzocchi, Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Life Sciences

Intelligent Tutoring and Dynamic Assessment Tools for Education and Training

Laveen N. Kanal and Parag Talekar, Department of Computer Science, College of Computer, Math and Physical Sciences

Center for Teaching and Learning Bioinformatics

Charles Delwiche, Steve Mount, Spencer Benson, Paul Bottino, Jocelyne DiRuggiero, Ann Smith and Jeremy Shafer, Faculty, Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, College of Life Sciences, and Jeremy Shafer, Undergraduate Microbiology Major and Undergraduate Technology Apprentice

How Can We Help You?

Maggie Cunningham and Judy Markowitz, University of Maryland Libraries, and Deborah Mateik and Sharon Roushdy, Office of Information Technology

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2002

Teaching with Databases: Developing Collections of Scholarly Resources on the Web for Teaching and Research

Lois Vietri, Professor, Government and Politics, Marian Burright, Life Sciences Librarian, University of Maryland Libraries, Geraldine Foudy, Government and Politics, Public Affairs and Law Librarian, University of Maryland Libraries, Patricia Herron, Reference and Instruction Librarian, University of Maryland Libraries, Eric Lindquist, Reference and Instruction Librarian, and Scott Burright, Digital Public Services Librarian, Albin O. Kuhn Library, University of Maryland Baltimore Count

Supporting Freshman Writing Courses with the Information Literacy Tutorial (TILT)

Margaret Antonisse, Margaret Cunningham, and Trudi Bellardo Hahn, University of Maryland Libraries, Linda Coleman and Rachel Jablon, Freshman Writing Program

Partnering to Support the National University of Rwanda’s Computer Science Program, from a Distance

Jandelyn Plane, Department of Computer Science, and Kelly Wong, Center for International Development and Conflict Management

International Business Simulations in French 406

Nicole Minnick, Department of French and Italian, School of Languages

Collaborative Development and Delivery of Phytoremediation Distance Learning Module

J. Scott Angle, Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Thierry Delorme, Department of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture, Tamela Delorme, Agricultural Experiment Station, and Ellen Varley, Distance Learning, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Using WebCT as an Online Learning and Assessment Tool: the Online Lab Practical

Ann C. Smith, Fasika Woreta, Allyson Morman, and Maria Panglao, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics

Online Case Study Discussions Expand Opportunities in Large Lecture Course

Ann C. Smith, Jennifer Hayes-Klsteridis, and Robert Yuan, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics

Disability Studies Academic Community: Designing a Fully Accessible Website

Amit Kumar, Jason Rhody, George Williams, and Eric White, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH)

Turning the Tide of the Digital Divide: Education Equity and the Politics of Surfing

Paul C. Gorski, Office of Human Relations Programs

Reinventing Music Theory Pedagogy: the Incorporation of CAI into the Traditional Form and Analysis Classroom

Jennifer Sterling, School of Music

Preventive Maintenance: Using Interactive Reproductive Health Education Technology to Improve Knowledge, Communication Skills, and Health Care Seeking Behavior Among Women

Kimberly Landis Odam, Department of Public and Community Health

Panel on WebCT: Solutions for the Large Classroom

Elaine L. Bailey, Institute of Applied Agriculture, Carol Burbank, Department of Women’s Studies, Gregory A. Pfeiffer, Smith School of Business

Using IT to Support Undergraduate Advising and Portfolio Development

Jo Paoletti, Department of American Studies, College Park Scholars American Cultures

Chat With a Librarian

Julie Arnold, Engineering and Physical Sciences Library, UM Libraries and Barbara Nail-Chiwetalu, UM Libraries

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2001

Using Technology to Inform Diverse Learning Communities

Patrick T. Koeppl, Technical Director and Robert S. Gold, Director, Public Health Informatics Research Laboratory, Department of Public and Community Health, College of Health and Human Performance; Peter S. Meyer, Center on Aging, Department of Public and Community Health, College of Health and Human Performance

Enhancing the Learning Environment with ‘The Brain’

Blakely Pomietto, Teaching Assistant, Public Health Informatics Research Laboratory, Department of Public and Community Health, College of Health and Human Performance

Looking at Information Technology as an Individual, a Group, and as a Society

Evan Golub, Lecturer and Jandelyn Plane, Instructor, Department of Computer Science, College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences; and Megan McCormick, Department of Government and Politics, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University and County Partnerships: Professional Development Courses in Technology for Practicing Educators and Administrators

Davina Pruitt-Mentle, Director, Institute for Technology and Teaching, College of Education

A Year’s Retrospective from Recipients of the 2000 University of Maryland Innovation in Teaching with Technology Award

Expanding Computer Science to K-12 Education

Yavuz Oruc, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, A. James Clark School of Engineering

Pedagogy and Computing in the Humanities

Martha Nell Smith, Director, and George Williams, Program Associate, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH); James Greenberg, Director, Center for Teaching Excellence; and Ellen Y. Borkowski, Director, Academic Support, Office of Information Technology

Experimenting in Multimedia Education

Marla McIntosh, Professor, Department of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture and AGNR499A students, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

HealthQuest: Interactive Technology and Health Education Theory for Improving Undergraduate Health

Nancy Atkinson, Co-director, and Robert S. Gold, Director, Public Health Informatics Research Laboratory, Department of Public and Community Health, College of Health and Human Performance

Using WebCT to Help Students Learn Statistics

Shawn Bushway, Assistant Professor and Shawn Flower, Teaching Assistant, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Finding and Integrating Web-based Materials in a Statistics Course

Kent Norman, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Looking at How WebCT can Enhance Undergraduate Laboratories in ANSC 101

Elaine Long Bailey, Instructor, Institute of Applied Agriculture and John A. Doerr, Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Animal and Avian Sciences, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

The Evolution of a Life Sciences Course Web Site

Kaci Thompson, Director, HHMI Undergraduate Programs, College of Life Sciences and Mike Landavere, Academic Technology Coordinator, College of Life Sciences

Teaching High School Teachers Biodiversity Using WebCT

Dale G. Bottrell, Professor, Department of Entomology, College of Life Sciences and Ellen Y. Borkowski, Director, Academic Support, Office of Information Technology

Enabling the Learning Process: Making the Technology Transparent

John D. Lea-Cox, Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources; David S. Ross, Associate Professor, Biological Resources Engineering Department, A. James Clark School of Engineering; K. Marc Teffeau, Professor, Wye Research and Education Center, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources; Ellen S. Varley, Distance Learning Specialist, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Panel on Building Class Community

Making the Case (Study): Online Research and Discussion Enhance In-Class

B. J. Altschul, Lecturer, Department of Communication, College of Arts and Humanities

Creating a Cyber Mini-Community

Liora Moriel, Teaching Assistant, Comparative Literature Program, College of Arts and Humanities

Beyond Course Management: Sustaining a Learning Community with WebCT

Jo Paoletti, Associate Professor, Department of American Studies and College Park Scholars in American Cultures, College of Arts and Humanities

Posters:

Developing Computer Assisted Instruction to Support the Analysis of Musical Form

Jennifer Sterling, Teaching Assistant, School of Music, College of Arts and Humanities

Continuing Education for Professionals Via the Internet

C. J. Klein, MS, RD, CNSD and C. R. Tuttle, MPH, PhD, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

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2000

Faculty and Student Partnerships: Creating Online Course Materials

Panel: Dr. Anne Smith, Instructor, Department of Cellular Biology and Molecular Genetics; Dr. Carol Burbank, Associate Professor, Theater Department; and Dr. Shawn Bushway, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology; panel facilitated by Paulette Robinson, OIT Academic Support

Supporting Technology Integration in Language Classes: a Grant-funded Project

Panel: Dr. Roberta Lavine, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Maha El Nasser, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of French and Italian; Holly Gray, Instructor, Maryland English Institute; and Chris Higgins, Instructional Technology Specialist, OIT Academic Support

Expanding the Possibilities: Anytime, Anyplace Instruction

Dr. John D. Lea-Cox, Assistant Professor, Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture; David Ross and Paul Schreuders, Biological Resources Engineering; Marc Teffeau, Regional Extension Specialist, Wye Research and Education Center; Ellen Varley, Distance and Continued Learning, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Making MITH a Reality: Humanities Computing, Teaching With Technology, and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities

Panelists: Dr. Martha Nell Smith, MITH Director; Dr. Katie King, MITH Fellow Spring 2000, Associate Professor of Women’s Studies; Dr. Jo Paoletti, MITH Fellow Spring 2000, Associate Professor of American Studies; Jason Rhody, MITH Graduate Assistant, co-editor of ethos:hypertexts in humanities; and David Silver, MITH Graduate Assistant and founder of the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies

Assessing the Affects of WebCT on Student Outcomes in a Large Multi-Section Class

Dr. Spencer A. Benson, Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, Jennifer Hayes-Klosteridis, College of Life Sciences, Mike Landavere, College of Life Sciences/Office of Information Technology, and David Consiglio, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences/Office of Information Technology

Web-Based Tools in the Social Sciences

Dr. Wayne McIntosh, Associate Professor, Department of Government and Politics

Beyond Show and Tell: Web Tutorials for Library and Research Skills Instruction

Diane Harvey, Eric Lindquist, and Barbara Nail-Chiwetalu, University of Maryland Libraries

Building Learning with Technology in Collaboration with Prospective and Practicing Teachers: Using Probeware and the Internet

Dr. Emily van Zee, Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Angela Cole, College of Education, and Kathleen Hogan, Hyattsville Elementary School

Exploring Technology with UMUC’s On-line MBA

Mike Evanchik, Kathleen Puckett, Kris Braaten, Kathleen F. Edwards, Barbara Asabre, University of Maryland University College

Collaborative Learning in an Online Environment

Lisa Antonille, Freshman Writing Program, English Department

Integrating a Web-based Component to Enrich Teaching French for Business and Technology: Successful but Challenging

Dr. Nicole Minnick, Lecturer, Department of French and Italian

Teaching *About* Technology: A Modest Proposal for a New Field of Study

David Silver, PhD Candidate, American Studies, Graduate Assistant, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, and Director, Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies

Course Design as Software Development: A Narrative History of an On-line Course

Dr. Jo Paoletti, Associate Professor, American Studies, MITH Fellow Spring 2000

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1999

Web-Based Teaching/Learning in Curricula with Multiple Learning Modes and High Visual Content

Guido Francescato, Professor, School of Architecture

Digital Imaging and the Internet

Jack Sullivan and Margarita Hill, Department of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture

Undergraduate Technology Teaching Assistant Program

Dr. James D. Greenberg, Director, Center for Teaching Excellence and Dr. Stanley W. Bennett, Associate Professor, Department of Human Development

UNIV101: Introducing Technology, Fostering Retention

Dr. Gerry Strumpf, Director of Orientation; Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies; Dr. Trudi Hahn, Manager User Education Services, UM Libraries; and Dr. Robert Infantino, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Biology

Promoting Undergraduate Research and Analysis Using a Web Site

Dr. Holly C. Shulman, Associate Director, College Park Scholars Program in Science, Technology and Society

The Challenge of Distance Education

Jo B. Paoletti, Associate Professor, American Studies Department

Web-Based Instructional System for Greenhouse and Nursery Nutrient and Water Management

John Lea-Cox, Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Resource Sciences and Landscape Architecture; David S. Ross, Associate Professor and Extension Agricultural Engineer, Department of Biological Resources Engineering; Paul D. Schreuders, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Resources Engineering; K. Marc Teffeau, Professor and Regional Extension Specialist, Wye Research and Education Center, Maryland Cooperative Extension; Ellen N. Varley, Distance Learning Specialist, Office of Distance and Continued Learning, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources; Kathy Zettl-Schaffer, Faculty Extension Assistant, Office of Distance and Continued Learning, College of Agriculture and Natural

Implementations of WebCT

Dr. Jewel Barlow, Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering; Dr. Ruth Heidelbach, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction; Dr. Ann C. Smith, Instructor, Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics

Learner-centered Business Course Development Tool

Sunil Hazari, Campus Computing Associate, and David Cantor, Manager, IBM-TQ Teaching Theater, R. H. Smith School of Business

Linking On-line to In-Class: Effective Uses of Web-Based Communication Tools

George Williams, Lecturer, Department of English

Teaching with Technology: Software, Multimedia, Listservs and the Web for Students and Teachers

Dr. Constance Gordon, Lecturer and Coordinator, Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Center for Learning and Educational Technology

Converging Technologies to Deliver Courses via the Internet

Dr. Susanne V. Slater, Associate Dean for Executive Programs, School of Public Affairs

Desktop Hosting of Web-Based Courses: Pros/Cons and a Case Study

Kent L. Norman, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and the Human/Computer Interaction Laboratory

Integrating Multimedia CD-ROM Software in the Japanese Language Program at College Park: A Preliminary Look at Learner Behavior

Lindsay Amthor Yotsukura, Assistant Professor, Department of Asian and East European Languages and Cultures

Math Instruction for the 21st Century: Teaching Mathematics Interactively in a Teaching Theater

Drs. Kevin Coombes, Associate Professor, Paul S. Green, Professor, Ronald Lipsman, Professor, and Jonathan Rosenberg, Professor, Department of Mathematics

Faculty Experiences of Using WebCT in Support of Classes

Panelists: Dr. Ruth Heidelbach, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction; Dr. Arthur Popper, Professor, Department of Biology; and Dr. Mark Varner, Professor, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences; moderated by Ellen Borkowski, aITs Teaching Technologies.

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