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Tuesday, June 7
 

10:30am CDT

Who are they? Recent findings about student identities in online discussions
How do students develop identities within online discussions, and why should you care? Join in an engaging conversation regarding recent findings regarding undergraduate students’ perceptions of online discussions within a wide variety of courses. Students approaching graduation were interviewed and transcripts from their online discussions were analyzed. Findings indicate a variety of factors that influence how the participants developed their social identities using elements of social presence and facework. Based on the results of this study, suggestions for instructors and instructional designers will be provided. Ample time will be allowed for discussion.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly M. Harrison, PhD

Kimberly M. Harrison, PhD

School for Professional Studies, Elmhurst College, School for Professional Studies, Elmhurst College
Hi! I am the Director of Instructional Support and Online Operations for the School of Professional Studies at Elmhurst College. I previously worked at Elmhurst College as a Curriculum Developer and have over 15 years of experience in education / teaching, from preschool kids through... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2016 10:30am - 11:20am CDT
Cassandra Voss Center - Basement

12:30pm CDT

Using technology to flip the classroom and enhance student learning: three different models in the Natural Sciences
Rearranging the timing of content attainment by the student is a common feature of a flipped classroom. However, there are likely as many modes of flipping the classroom as there are instructors. Each of us shared the common goal of engaging students, but other unique learning outcomes motivated our flip and resulted in three very different approaches. We will present three distinct approaches to a flipped classroom (panel format) and discuss the impact on student learning based on preliminary assessment results.


Tuesday June 7, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm CDT
Cassandra Voss Center - Basement

1:30pm CDT

Thus Tweets Academia
A panel discussion centered around the various uses of Twitter in academia.

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Speakers
avatar for Tom Bolin

Tom Bolin

Professor, Theology & Religious Studies, St. Norbert College
avatar for Shan Bryan-Hanson

Shan Bryan-Hanson

Director and Curator, Art Galleries and Instructor of Art, St. Norbert College
Shan Bryan-Hanson has used Domain of One’s Own in the Intermediate and Advanced Painting courses she instructs at St. Norbert College.  She was drawn to DoOO primarily because of its emphasis on student agency, as well as the practical career applications it offers art students... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Cassandra Voss Center - Basement

2:30pm CDT

Computers and Clothing: Teaching The History of Clothing and Fashion as an Online Course
This seminar will discuss the obstacles and solutions for teaching The History of Clothing and Fashion as a three-week, entirely online course. I will be covering the use of Wordpress as a method for creating a "photo morgue", the use of the program Camtasia to record and edit the lectures, and the ways to engage the students in the study of what is essentially a tactile art.

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Tuesday June 7, 2016 2:30pm - 3:20pm CDT
Cassandra Voss Center - Basement
 
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