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Agenda

March 1, 2018 Agenda

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Session Presentations Presentations Roundtable Discussions
8:15-8:45 Registration and light breakfast
Campus Center Lobby & Multipurpose Room
8:45-8:55 Welcoming remarks
Campus Center Multipurpose Room
Room  Multipurpose Room  South BC  Executive Meeting Room

1: 9:00-9:30

Group discussions and group projects: how they increase life skills, course engagement, and content mastery
Presenter: Lee Ann Westman
Innovative active learning techniques in the classroom
Presenter: Genevieve Turner & Theresa L. Covello
Onboarding: An activity to encourage new student success in online/hybrid programs
Moderators: Lester Owens & Dee Gray
Session canceled
Teaching online or
hybrid courses
Technology in the
face-to-face classroom
Teaching online or hybrid courses

2: 9:35-10:05

Using Open Access materials in the online environment: keeping the costs low and quality high
Presenter: Jeffrey Podoshen
Metacognition and VoiceThreads: Getting students to think about their thinking
Presenter: Sara Plummer
#SocialMediaInEducation
Moderator: Emily Wood
Teaching online or hybrid courses Technology in the
face-to-face classroom
Technology in the face-to-face classroom

3: 10:10-10:40

Text-it, Poll-it, Say-it–How to use Texting and Polling Apps to Improve Student Engagement
Presenter: Matthew Raden
Flipping the classroom: an iterative approach
Presenter: Amy Savage

Session canceled
Evaluating online teaching
Moderators: Gail Caputo & Christie DeCarolis
Technology in the face-to-face classroom Technology in the face-to-face classroom Teaching online or
hybrid courses

10:40-10:55

Break: refreshments in Multipurpose Room

4: 11:00-11:30

Utilizing communication tools to keep students engaged in online courses
Presenter: Nancy Raftery
Improving student writing with VoiceThread
Presenters: Gina Yanuzzi & Michelle Harkins
Formative Assessment: How can we effectively monitor student progress?
Moderator: Dana Pilla
Teaching online or
hybrid courses
Technology in the face-to-face classroom Teaching online or
hybrid courses

5: 11:35-12:05

Course design for all learners: Four tips to make your course more accessible
Presenter: Christie DeCarolis
*Note: this is a change from the originally-listed presentation
ExamSoft: An online exam assessment platform for faculty and students
Presenters: Jeanann Coppola & Peg Avallone
Finding Open Educational Resources (OER)
Moderators: Tracie Paulson & Zara Wilkinson
Teaching online or hybrid courses Technology in the
face-to-face classroom
Tech in the
f2f classroom, Teaching online/hybrid

6: 12:10-12:40

All together now: building learning communities in online classrooms
Presenter: Brynn Kairis
Pre- and post-lesson polling to demystify complex subjects
Presenter: Steve Friedell
Online discussions: getting past post once, reply twice
Moderators: Carol Wallinger & Christie DeCarolis
Teaching online or hybrid courses Technology in the face-to-face classroom Teaching online or hybrid courses
12:45-1:45
Lunch: 12:45-1:45
Multipurpose Room
From the other side: students dish on online learning
student panel (over lunch): 1:00-1:30, Multipurpose Room

7: 1:50-2:20

None; MPR prepped for lightning rounds Using student discussion starters to increase engagement
Presenter: Kathleen Immordino
Teaching in two places at once
*note: this is a presentation, not a roundtable discussion
Presenter: Sunil Shende
Teaching online or
hybrid courses
Teaching online or hybrid courses

2:25-
3:30

Tech Lightning Rounds
Multipurpose Room
Short, hands-on opportunities to try out tools like Adobe Spark, Kahoot, Padlet, and more. Bring a laptop or tablet with you!
Hosted by Instructional Design & Technology at Rutgers–Camden
856-225-6090 • idt@camden.rutgers.edu