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Mulva Library - 304 [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 7
 

12:30pm CDT

Teaching With Google+ Communities
Traditional Learning Management Systems do a good job of coordinating assignments and providing a grading framework, but they are not so successful at fostering an atmosphere of community and collaboration. The facilities of Google Apps do a much better job of this, especially when a Google+ Community sits in the center as the primary communication within the class.

Speakers
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Dave Basener

Instructional Technologist; Adjunct Philosophy Instructor, Elmhurst College
I have a Philosophy MA and a Computer Science MS.  I have taught Philosophy as an adjunct since 2002; I have worked in technology since 1980, and as an Instructional Technologist since 2007.  In philosophy I am an Existentialist, a philosophy of absolute freedom, which manifests... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm CDT
Mulva Library - 304

1:30pm CDT

Authoring Moodle quizzes more easily + Grading with Moodle Rubrics
Among the features of Moodle learning management systems (such as SNoodle at SNC) are automatically graded online systems. Once written and implemented, these quizzes provide assessment and feedback for students without demanding further time from the instructor. Actually writing these quizzes in the online web editor can be quite tedious, frustrating, and error-prone, however. I will discuss a new software package that makes creating, editing, and managing these quizzes much easier.

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In this presentation, I will describe my use of Moodle rubrics in grading laboratory and research project assignments in an undergraduate health psychology course. In addition to demonstrating various features and potential applications of Moodle rubrics, I will discuss some "lessons learned" and "likes and dislikes" regarding my use this tool. 

Speakers
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Raymond Zurawski

Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Associate Professor of Psychology, St. Norbert College
Raymond Zurawski:  Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Associate Professor of Psychology


Tuesday June 7, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Mulva Library - 304

2:30pm CDT

Putting Slave Narratives on the Map & Student Campus Mapping Projects Using ARCGIS Online
Digital mapping pushes students to analyze historical and literary sources for concrete information regarding time and place. Slave narratives can be read as both historical documents and as literature, and students who use these narratives to create digital maps use this technology to tell a story about the realities of chattel slavery in antebellum America.

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A showcase of several SNC focused online mapping projects. 

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Amy Lewis

Assistant Professor of Humanities and Liberal Studies, St. Norbert College
Amy Lewis uses digital mapping in a project-based class on nineteenth-century slave narratives. As an Assistant Professor in Humanities and Liberal Arts, Amy is looking for class projects that combine more traditional research skills  with the creative maker culture of the 21st... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2016 2:30pm - 3:20pm CDT
Mulva Library - 304
 
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