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The Penn State Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology is both an annual event and a year-round online discussion of ways that faculty are using technology to enhance teaching, learning, and research.

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Friday, March 15
 

2:00pm

InnovaTOUR

The InnovaTOUR is a walking tour of some of University Park's most innovative learning spaces. The InnovaTOURists will meet at the IST Building’s Bridge, in the Reeces Cafe area.  

Schedule:
2:00 p.m. - Meet at the IST Building’s Bridge (Reeces Cafe area)
2:15 p.m. - Tour the Learning Factory
3:00 p.m. - Leave Learning Factory
3:15 p.m. - Tour Knowledge Commons (w/ Ryan Wetzel)
3:45 p.m. - Leave Knowledge Commons
4:00 p.m. - Tour Krause Innovation Studio (w/ Mike Rook)
4:30 p.m. - Tour Ends
4:45 p.m. - Casual conversations at Whiskers

To sign up for the InnovaTOUR, please visit http://bit.ly/12xdION. The forecast for Friday is currently calling for temperatures around 40, so dress warm.


Moderators
CS

Chris Stubbs

Project Manager, Educational Gaming Commons, University Park

Friday March 15, 2013 2:00pm - 4:30pm
IST Building Bridge (Reeces Cafe)
 
Saturday, March 16
 

7:30am

Registration and Full Breakfast

A complimentary full breakfast featuring bacon, sausage, eggs, home fries, assorted fruit, bagels, hot oatmeal, cold cereals, etc. is included for registered attendees.


Saturday March 16, 2013 7:30am - 8:30am
President's Hall 1 - 4 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

8:30am

Opening Remarks
Saturday March 16, 2013 8:30am - 8:45am
Presidents Hall 1 - 4 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

8:45am

Keynote Presentation - The Medici Effect: Ground-Breaking Innovation at the Intersection of Disciplines and Cultures

What do goat milk, spiders, and fishing lines have in common? Music records and airlines? Ant behavior and telecommunications routing? Most of us would assume nothing. But out of each of these seemingly random combinations have come radical innovations that have created whole new fields. In this talk, Frans Johansson takes us on a fascinating journey to the Intersection: a place where ideas from different fields and cultures meet and collide, ultimately igniting an explosion of extraordinary new innovations. See how companies become global leaders, how products and services yield huge margins, and how researchers, managers, and artists outdo their peers.


Speakers

Saturday March 16, 2013 8:45am - 9:45am
Presidents Hall 1 - 4 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

Campus Perspectives on Doceri Use in the Classroom

This panel discussion will allow attendees to gain perspective from instructors in multiple disciplines and campuses on the use of Doceri in the classroom. We will focus on strategies for improving your class through discussion and student participation. Each panelist will discuss their use of Doceri, and strategies for fostering student interaction and analysis of course materials.


Moderators
BY

Brian Young

Instructional Designer, University Park

Speakers
MB

Matt Blackmon

Lecturer, Harrisburg
ME

Michael Evans

Instructor of Nursing, Worthington-Scranton
JJ

Jose Jimenez

Associate Professor Math, Hazleton
JS

Jenifer Shannon

Lecturer Engineering, Berks
JW

Jane Wilburne

Associate Professor Mathematics Education, Harrisburg


Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 207 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

Art 10 and iTunes U: A Match Made for the iPad

This session will provide the Penn State community with an evaluation of the educational opportunities of the iPad via a look at the development of iBook materials for the online course Art 10: Introduction to Visual Studies. Through an exploration of Copyright and Fair Use policies, we provide a model that can be utilized when developing open educational resources. Lastly, it highlights the value and importance of the intercollegiate collaboration between the College of Arts and Architecture and Education Technology Services.


Speakers
AD

Angela Dick

Instructional Designer, University Park
AD

Anna Divinsky

Lead Faculty for the Digital Arts Certificate, School of Visual Arts
MK

Megan Kohler

Instructional Designer, University Park
JM

Justin Miller

Project manager, Media Commons at Penn State
Media Commons Project Manager, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 206 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

Bookstore Spotlight: Faculty and Student Needs, Course Materials, and Technology (Barnes and Noble)

Bookstores are expanding their services beyond selling and buying new and used books to students. This rapidly changing marketplace now involves textbook rentals, digital content, self-publishing platforms, emergence of new reading devices, and LMS integration. During this session our campus partners will discuss these options and other services that provide support to our faculty and students.


Speakers
SF

Steve Falke

Regional Director, Barnes & Noble College
JR

Jade Roth

Vice President, Books and Digital Strategy, Barnes & Noble College


Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 204 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

Digital Badges at Penn State: Adding Value to Teaching and Learning

Digital badges are of increasing interest in higher education. They hold the potential to enhance your digital identity by providing verifiable indications of formal and informal accomplishments and achievements that transcend a single course or degree. This panel represents several units at Penn State currently experimenting with digital badges. Using a standard open discussion format, the panel members will discuss their efforts, offer learned insights, and field audience questions.


Speakers
BB

Brett Bixler

Lead Instructional Designer, University Park
KL

Ken Layng

Informationa Technology Trainer, University Park
KP

Kyle Peck

Professor of Education, University Park
CS

Chris Stubbs

Project Manager, Educational Gaming Commons, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 208 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

Keynote Q&A with Frans Johansson

Want to learn more about the Keynote Address? Join Keynote Speaker Frans Johansson for a Q&A related to his presentation.


Speakers

Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 205 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

The iPad as a Data Collection Tool for Fieldwork and Dissemination of Student-Created Content with iBooks Author

Students at Penn State Brandywine in general education, Earth science, and independent study courses have successfully documented field experiences and created environmental case studies in iBooks Author, demonstrating successful integration of multimedia technologies and critical thinking questions for use on the iPad. This session will review the management of one set of iPads for multiple courses, and the challenges and successes of student training on the use of iPads and iBooks Author. Examples can be viewed at: http://sites.psu.edu/ipads4earthbw


Speakers
AD

Abbey Dufoe

Undergraduate Student, University Park
LG

Laura Guertin

Associate Professor Earth Science, Brandywine


Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 203 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

10:00am

Utilizing iPads and Interactive Software to Enhance Peer-to-Peer, Out-of-Class Learning for Students Enrolled in Undergraduate Math and Science Courses: A Pilot Initiative for Penn State Learning Guided Study Groups (GSG)

A general overview about the Guided Study Groups (GSG) program will be offered by the GSG Program Manager (Dr. Angelique Bacon-Woodard) and the MATH 110 faculty lecturer (Dr. Jim Hager). The undergraduate student leaders (Edward Yu, Jason Sampat, and Lindsay Simock) will then demonstrate their different uses of the iPads, Doceri and iClickers and each will share samples of their work and how they engage students in the learning process. Audience members will be invited to participate in the use of the iPads to provide a hands-on demonstration for how the Doceri software works.


Speakers
AB

Angelique Bacon-Woodard

Director of Supplemental Instruction, University Park
DJ

Dr. Jim Hager

Senior Lecturer Mathematics, University Park
JL

Jason Lee

Guided Study Groups (GSG) Supervisor / Graduate Assistant
JS

Jason Sampat

Undergraduate Student, University Park
LS

Lindsay Simock

Undergraduate Student, University Park
JE

Jianan "Edward" Yu

Undergraduate Student, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 202 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Campus Perspectives on Clicker Use in the Classroom

During the fall semester, faculty at multiple campuses were part of a faculty engagement grant used to promote the use of clickers in their teaching. Clickers (Student Response Systems) are wireless handheld devices that allow students to respond to classroom polls and quizzes. This session will be discussion based. The faculty leading the discussion are in different disciplines and are from different campuses. They will give a quick explanation of how they used clickers, if it made a difference in learning outcomes, and if they plan to continue to use clickers.


Moderators
Speakers
PA

Patricia Ahrens

Associate Professor Curriculum and Instruction, Harrisburg
JB

Jason Bennett

Associate Professor Chemistry, Behrend
ES

Esther Siegfried

Biology Instructor, Altoona
EW

Evelyn Wamboye

Associate Professor Economics, DuBois
AY

Amie Yenser

Instructor, Hazleton


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 207 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Analyzing Movement – Seeing Beyond What the Naked Eye Can See

The naked eye has limits as to what it can see, track, and evaluate. Dartfish advanced video technology software goes beyond the human eye using new technology to investigate movement from a different angle of view. Dartfish is being used in the Kinesiology classes of Intermediate Swimming and Indoor Team Sport at Penn State Hazleton. By using Dartfish, the students visually see their own strengths and weaknesses in the water for unlimited learning. This session will explore how we analyze movement both in the classroom and research.


Speakers
KM

Kathy Maxwell

Academic Adviser PSU HN Retired
KS

Karen Stylianides

Instructor Kinesiology, Hazleton


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 202 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Are U Game? How EconU Serves as a Capstone Experience for Introductory Economics

One of the challenges of teaching ECON 102 (Intro to MicroEconomics) is finding ways for students to place conceptual knowledge of economics into a context that means something to them. To address this issue, EconU was created, an educational game which allows players to run their own fictional university. During this session, the presenters will discuss how and why the game came to be and how it was implemented in a series of large lecture course sections, as well as a look at assessment, research, and future directions.


Speakers
DB

Dave Brown

Senior Lecturer Economics, University Park
DM

Dirk Mateer

Senior Lecturer Economics, University Park
CS

Chris Stubbs

Project Manager, Educational Gaming Commons, University Park
ZZ

Zac Zidik

Multimedia Specialist, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 208 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Augmented Reality Tools and Applications for Education

This session introduces augmented reality (AR) to university educators. AR augments a real physical space with virtual material such as text, photos, or videos. This session will provide hands-on demonstrations of freely available or downloadable IOS apps to create AR experiences for a variety of academic disciplines and learning communities. The session will also demonstrate educational applications of AR across a variety of academic disciplines and community institutions, such as museums or arboretums. Where possible, outcome data will be presented from our pilot work.


Speakers
GW

Gi Woong Choi

Graduate Student, University Park
SF

Samantha Fecich

Graduate Student, University Park
BG

Brittany Groff

Graduate Student, University Park
SL

Susan Land

Associate Professor of Education (INSYS), University Park
LM

Lucy McClain

Graduate Student, University Park
MM

Michael Mohney

Instructor, University Park
FS

Fariha Salman

Graduate Research Fellow, University Park
HZ

Heather Zimmerman

Asst. Professor of Ed (INSYS), University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 206 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Deconstructing Learning Analytics: Examples and Applications for Teaching and Learning

Learning analytics is the use of learner-produced data, analytical models, and information visualization to support educational decision making and improve student success. In this session, we will present a variety of examples of analytics systems to provide a broad perspective of: what these systems look like, how they work, and what the practical applications are for your classroom. We'll also discuss current efforts at Penn State. Our goal is to offer some basic theoretical background while focusing the majority of the session on a more interactive conversation with plenty of specific examples.


Speakers
SH

Simon Hooper

Associate Professor of Education (INSYS), University Park
CM

Chris Millet

Assistant Director, ETS, University Park
BP

Bart Pursel

Faculty Program Coordinator, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 203 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Publisher Spotlight: Partnering with McGraw-Hill for 21st Century Learning

Student success, teaching pedagogy and excellence, affordability, and an effective digital transformation path—these four principles build the foundation of McGraw-Hill’s Enterprise Solutions. Working with institutions in partnership models, we create a tailored digital learnin experience and environment that is easy to use, caters to individual learning styles and
institutional outcomes, and yields measureable success. Our overview will walk through four foundational areas McGraw-Hill focuses on as well as the software services we have built to wrap around the solutions that are key drivers at Penn State so that you can achieve the highest chance for successful implementation.


Speakers
ME

Matt Early

Digital Learning Consultant, McGraw-Hill Higher Education
CW

Curtis Waters

Enterprise Sales Director, McGraw-Hill Higher Education


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 204 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

11:00am

Yammer for Teaching and Learning: Faculty Engagement Designs, Outcomes, and Emerging Pedagogy

Penn State's social networking platform, Yammer, was released in spring 2012. To discover it's potential for teaching and learning, Education Technology Services (ETS) initiated a Faculty Engagement project in which five select instructors at Penn State partnered with ETS to use Yammer in their teaching practices in the fall 2012 semester. In this session, two (possibly three) of these instructors will share how they used Yammer in their classes, how students responded to it, and the outcomes. The audience will have a chance to engage with these instructors through a moderated discussion.


Speakers
JC

Jonathan Clark

Associate Professor HPA, University Park
SL

Suzanna Linn

Professor of Political Science, University Park
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Matt Meyer

Symposium Chair, Emeritus :)
Senior Instructional Designer, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 205 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

12:00pm

Lunch

A complimentary lunch buffet is provided to all registered attendees.

 


Saturday March 16, 2013 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Presidents Hall 1 - 4 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

12:45pm

Lunch Keynote: The Role of Learning Analytics in Improving Teaching and Learning

Interest in big data, data mining, and analytics is strong and growing in business and government. Recent reports by McKinsey, HBR, and Deloitte indicate that big data and analytics are just beginning beginning to make their impact in many sectors. The tools and methods of analytics are developing rapidly and are increasingly easier to use.  In education, the adoption of analytics has been slow, and when initiated, often focused on improving organizational processes or identifying at-risk-learners. Analytics hold significant value in improving the spectrum of the teaching and learning process, not only for targeting a particular variable. This presentation will review the context that's driving popularity of analytics, provide cases and examples of use in education, and argue for the use of proactive models that emphasizes improving the learning experience, instead of only reacting to warning signs.


Speakers

Saturday March 16, 2013 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Presidents Hall 1 - 4 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

Developing Reflective Practitioners Utilizing VoiceThread

Supervising student internships with appropriate communication can be costly and time consuming. While no replacement for on-site visits, utilizing Adobe Connect with multiple interns for weekly "check-in" meetings can ensure that a on-site visits are maximized for value and that students do not feel isolated in their internship placement.


Speakers
AD

Angela Dick

Instructional Designer, University Park
DF

Daniel Foster

Asst. Prof Ag & Ext. Ed, University Park
LS

Laura Sankey

Graduate Student, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 203 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

Globally Engaged: Preparing Students for Culturally Diverse Environments

The College of Engineering, working with cross-cultural communications experts from the Communication Arts & Sciences program, created an online learning experience to prepare students for the challenges of navigating diverse cultural environments. The project aims to better prepare students for an increasingly global workplace, including effective membership on geographically dispersed teams.


Speakers
GC

Gary Chinn

Instructional Designer, University Park
YL

Yu Lu

Graduate Student, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 208 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

Keynote Q&A with George Siemens

Want to learn more about the lunchtime Keynote Address? Join Keynote Speaker George Siemens for a Q&A related to his presentation.


Speakers

Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 205 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

Making Connections: LucidChart + Collaborative Technology Classroom = Student Success

The free web-based LucidChart is a perfect companion to the collaborative learning classroom at Penn State Lehigh Valley. First-exam results indicated that students enrolled in a peer review session using collaborative concept mapping to review fundamental biology processes scored better than students not enrolled in the review. During this session attendees will receive study results, view examples of student work and view video clips of students collaborating in the learning space. Attendees will work in groups to create a simple concept map with their choice of mapping program (options will be provided).


Speakers
EG

Eileen Grodziak

Media Commons Coordinator, Lehigh Valley
DG

Dylan Grube

Undergraduate Student, Lehigh Valley


Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 206 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

Publisher Spotlight: Cengage Learning and the Future of Student Engagement

Cengage Learning's MindTap allows faculty to create fully digital, personal learning experience that engages students with apps and custom content while supporting differentiated learning styles. Students can make their own notes and flashcards, view a lecture, connect using social media, and access their all of their course materials from anywhere. This session will explore the options available in using MindTap as the method of increasing student engagement and improving outcomes. 


Speakers
BJ

Brian Joyner

Vice President, Marketing, Cengage Learning


Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 204 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

The Role of Digital Story Telling (About Spirituality and Cultural Identity) In Graduate Teaching and Learning

This presentation will discuss the use of role of digital storytelling in a graduate class that deals with spirituality and culture in the health and education professions from faculty, instructional designer, and student perspectives, and the connection of digital story telling to multiple forms of learning and knowledge construction processes. In this session, the presenter and attendees will: (1) discuss the role of instrumental, communicative, and emancipatory learning through digital storytelling in the class, (2) show digital stories created by students and faculty presenters; and (3) explore theoretical and practical implications of digital storytelling for teaching and learning.


Speakers
EB

Elana Betts

Graduate Student, Harrisburg
JH

Janelle Heiserman

Student Affairs Specialist, Harrisburg
SS

Shivaani Selvaraj

Instructional Designer, Harrisburg
ET

Elizabeth Tisdell

Adult Education, Harrisburg


Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 202 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

1:45pm

“It’s More than a Video”: Engaging Students in Research Through Group Work and Multi-Media Assignments in Introduction Courses

Students create public service announcements about societal problems as part of their introduction to criminal justice course. Students develop research skills, focus on local community issues and resources, and produce a cohesive message for the public. Students and faculty will conduct a roundtable discussion of both the intended and unintended consequences of this assignment.


Speakers
KA

Kristine Artello

Associate Professor, New Kensington
KB

Kailey Brink

Undergraduate Student, New Kensington
AH

Andrew Holodnik

Undergraduate Student, New Kensington
EJ

Eric James

Undergraduate Student, New Kensington
JR

John Ramsey

Undergraduate Student, New Kensington
DS

Deborah Sillman

Instructor, New Kensington
SW

Shanna Williams

Undergraduate Student, New Kensington


Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Room 207 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

Learning Analytics Discussion Panel

Big Data, business intelligence, educational data mining, and learning analytics are all increasingly on the radar of leaders in higher education. In this session, panelists will discuss the methods and implications of how Big Data is being used in education and industry to support decision making. Panelists will provide a variety of perspectives on this topic, including current initiatives at Penn State, and then open the floor for debate about how this might impact teaching and learning.


Moderators
CM

Chris Millet

Assistant Director, ETS, University Park

Speakers
JM

Janet May Dillion

Associate Director - Educational and Institutional Analytics, Penn State Academic Outreach
MJ

Michael J. Dooris

Ph.D. Executive Director, Penn State Office of Planning & Institutional Assessment
BG

Bill Goffe

Ph.D, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Department of Economics


Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 207 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

Building Community Through Online Collaborative 'Class Answers' to Student Questions

Piazza.com is an interactive online Q&A platform that gets students collaborating to answer their peers' questions. Answers are built and edited, wiki-style, by multiple individual students. Answers can be endorsed as "good" by students and the instructor to ensure quality control.


Moderators
DS

Dr. Steve Van Hook

Lecturer of Physics

Speakers
JK

Julia Kregenow

Lecturer, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 203 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

Flip Your Class! Strategies and Student Reactions to a Flipped Classroom

The flipped classroom is a revised pedagogical approach to classroom instruction that utilizes lecture-capture technologies to allow for increased quality face-to-face time.The knowledge and comprehension of material is learned by the student outside of class, which allows the application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of concepts the focus in a face-to-face classroom. The presenters will describe how classroom capture technology is utilized in an organic chemistry class to facilitate low-level learning outside of class. Assessment strategies for information gained outside of class as well as student reactions to these strategies and the flipped classroom will be addressed.

See a preview of this session!



Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 202 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

Seeking Textbook Heroes: Student Perspectives on Best Uses of Textbooks and OERs

The student-led Textbook Advocacy Group is starting conversations with students, faculty, and other stakeholders about textbooks and OERs in order to promote effective, student-centric uses of textbooks in terms of economics and pedagogy. This presentation will focus on their provocative campaign,TEXTBOOKS SUCK, and the surprising findings the group’s research efforts have uncovered about student perspectives on textbooks and OERs.


Speakers
JH

Jeff Holzer

Student, Penn State
MS

Madison Salvitti

Student, Penn State
JS

Julia Schrank

Student, Penn State
GS

Gokul Sundar

Student, Penn State


Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 206 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

Using Stanford University's d-school Approach to Add Meaning, Build Buy-In, and Encourage Innovation in Class Projects

Free materials from Stanford University's School of Design (d-School) can be adapted in any course with projects where the instructor wants to encourage innovation and creative thinking. This session will introduce the d-School approach to design thinking, show the materials available for use, and give examples of faculty use within the context of project development within different content areas.


Speakers
SS

Suzanne Shaffer

Instructional Designer, York


Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 208 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

What Worked for Us: Instructional Strategies for Improving Student Outcomes in Online, Hybrid, and Large-Enrollment Classes

Learn how faculty and learning designers at The Smeal College of Business have partnered to turn problems into opportunities, improving student outcomes in large-enrollment classes by applying practical solutions and leveraging technologies, techniques, and tools. This session will discuss solutions applied in face-to-face, hybrid, and fully-online courses.


Speakers
KC

Kitt Camplese

Instructional Designer, University Park
MD

Mark Deluca

Multimedia Developer, University Park
RF

Renee Ford

Instructional Designer, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 205 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

2:45pm

The TLT Experience

In the TLT Experience Room, attendees can try out some of the interesting ed tech applications that have been discussed in some of the sessions including AR Tools, the Art 10 Course Manager, EconU, Dartfish video, iPads, clickers, and digital badges.


Speakers
CS

Chris Stubbs

Project Manager, Educational Gaming Commons, University Park


Saturday March 16, 2013 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Room 218 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

3:45pm

Panel: An Open Discussion on MOOCs

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are among the hottest topics in higher education today. This panel discussion will include how MOOCs are already having an impact in education, emerging strategies for universities and evolving practices for development and delivery.


Moderators
Speakers
KB

Keith Bailey

Director, eLearning Institute, College of Arts & Architecture
CC

Cole Camplese

Senior Director Teaching and Learning with Technology, Pennsylvania State University
AD

Angela Dick

Instructional Designer, University Park
AD

Anna Divinsky

Lead Faculty for the Digital Arts Certificate, School of Visual Arts
AR

Anthony Robinson

Lead Faculty for Online Geospatial Education, Department of Geography
AT

Ann Taylor

Director Dutton e-Education Institute, College of Earth & Mineral Sciences


Saturday March 16, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Room 207 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801