My technology fellows projects has been to systematically boost student learning and teaching expertise using technology – specifically to assess student learning and instructional effectiveness. I have done this primarily by exploring, learning, and utilizing new technology.
Janet Bucey, OTD – Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
William Pfalzgraff, Ph.D. – Assistant Professor of Chemistry
My project explored the use of several technologies to improve student engagement and support information delivery and processes in first-semester, asynchronous online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) courses.
Marilu Piotrowski, Ph.D. – Assistant Professor of Nursing
Incorporate screen-mirroring and Kindle library into literature classes, and use Apple pencil to assist students with close reading. Using the Apple pencil more often in courses as a way to approximate a chalkboard. I’m planning to save all those files, plus begin adding to them in future courses. It will be valuable for me to see how language in community agreements change over time since that’s a pedagogical tool that I sometimes write about in my scholarship.
Sarah Shotland, MFA – Assistant Professor of English
The end result was not a “magazine” but a “newsletter” that allowed students to give information to their potential preceptors. There are live links within the document. The newsletter is not as dynamic as I had hoped, but it made the information easy to read, inviting, and professional looking.