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Conference agenda

Tuesday, April 28, 2015, Campus Center MPR

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Time Online/hybrid track
Classroom technology track
South BC
08:00-09:00 Registration/interactive Padlet session
09:00-09:10 Welcome from Rayman Solomon
09:15-09:35 Tim Knievel (Political Science)
Flipping the classroom
Janice Beitz (Nursing)
Engaging students with classroom technology
09:40-10:00 Sarah Allred (Psychology)
Empowering students with iPads for team-based learning
Meredith Bak (Childhood Studies)
New ways to think about writing with Twine
10:05-10:25 James Genone (Philosophy)
Teaching a hybrid class
Georgia Arbuckle (Chemistry)
Encouraging the active classroom
10:30-10:50 Lisa Zeidner (English)
Constructing meaning in online discussion
Sunil Shende (Computer Science)
Enhancing classroom presentation with iPad apps
10:55-11:15 Interactive session: Engage your classroom students with free student polling apps Steve Pyser (Business)
Learning by doing: the “pracademics” model of teaching Millennials
11:20-11:40 Carol Kaufman-Scarborough (Marketing)
Things I wish I’d thought of when developing my first online class
Kim Mutcherson (Law)
Teaching across the campus divide
11:45-12:05 Panel: Stuart Charmé and MALS grad students (Religion)
Faculty & student perspectives on online learning
Próspero Garcia (Spanish)
Enhancing learning objectives and critical thinking through ePortfolios and social media
12:10-01:25 Lunch/Keynote

Dr. Tony Picciano, The online learning landscape: implications for teaching & learning

01:25-02:05 Panel: Jim Brown, Robert Emmons, Michael Russo (Digital Studies)
Cultivating nonlinear expression in Digital Studies

Twine interactive session (led by Digital Studies Center)

02:10-02:30 Panel: Keith Green (English), Melissa Yates (Philosophy), Ben Panter (Fine Arts)
Changing modalities: from the classroom to online
Patricia Ojea (Political Science)
Making group projects meaningful: gamifying student success
02:35-02:55 Dana Pilla (Spanish)
Hearing the student voice: engagement and interactivity in an online course
Charlene Mires (History)
Building digital bridges between research and teaching


Free for all full- and part-time faculty at Rutgers University–Camden.

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