Presentations

TTS 2016 Presentation Categories:

PresentationProposals in this category address ways to represent course materials using technology to improve the quality or diversity of resources or to promote usability and accessibility.

EngagementProposals in this category describe the channels used to inspire student motivation and participation in the classroom to promote a meaningful leaning experience.

AssessmentProposals in this category discuss methods using technology to assess student progress and/or assess technology to understand student outcomes.

OnlineProposals in this category explore strategies for creating active and engaging online synchronous courses and online components of hybrid, flipped, or blended classes.

Presentations & Presenters

Engaging Students in Large Online Classes Engagement 
– Debbie Campbell & Carly Papenberg

Forming Blackboard Student Focus Groups Assessment
– Lauren Keefe & Shain Amzovski

Getting Out From Behind the Podium: Building an Interactive Classroom with Technology Presentation
– Jennifer Ibrahim
– Eileen Aitken
– Lorraine Ford

Humanized Analytics: Visualizing Student Progress with Data-Driven RoadMaps Engagement
– Cliff Tironi, Christine Kiely, Matthew Palladinetti & Peter Hanley

Inclusive Teaching Using Assistive Technology Presentation
– Naomi Leibowitz & Lisa Papurt

It’s Back! 20 Apps in 40 Minutes, Part 3 Engagement 
– Sheri Hope Culver

Let’s Regroup: Alternatives to Discussion Boards using WebEx Online
– Shana Hornstein & Shanta Hattikudor

Spatial Narratives as Pedagogy: Using ERSi’s Story Maps Platform in the Classroom  Engagement 
– Kolson Schlosser

The Future of Education is Here! Time to Gear Up! Online
– Darin Kapanjie

The Exam is About to Begin, Please Turn on Your Smart Phones  Assessment
– Alisha Nypaver

Transition to Mobile Devices: Using Apps for Engagement & Feedback Engagement 
– Lee Hardin

Teaching Emergent Video Platforms: Acclaim, Aurasma & Interlude Engagement
– Laura Zaylea

Temple’s Undergraduate Student Technology Fellows Program Engagement
– Gail Gallo, Jaclyn Hansberry, Lorraine Porcellini & Team

The Digital Scholarship Center: Broadening Your Research with Technology Presentation
– Matt Shoemaker, Elizabeth Rodrigues, & Jordan Hample

Video Lectures with Competency Checks Presentation
– Paul Bowers & Mark Campbell

Web-based “Virtual Patient” Decision-Making for Teaching and Assessment Online
– Richard Bell