Week of Teaching

Week of Teaching

Schedule for Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Recorded Sessions

Sessions for Monday, April 12

  • 8:30 - 9:45 am PHYS 3345: Math Methods for Engineers & Scientists | Joseph Trout
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 9:55 - 11:10 am FRST Year 1101: College Writing (limit 3) | Heather McGovern
    Course Topic: Rhetorical Appeals, APA Citation.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 9:55 - 11:10 am GNM 2318: Soils and Civilization (limit 5) | Jessica Hallagen
    Course Topic: Examining relationship between soil science and historical human uses of soil.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 9:55 - 11:10 am PSYC 3322: Lifespan Development (limit 3) | Helana Girgis
    Course Topic: Developmental Psychology.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 10:00 - 10:30 am BUZZ SESSION: Protecting LGBTQ+ Older Adults | Jennifer Dunkle
    Information: Discuss research, recently passed NJ Bill or Rights for older LGBTQ+ adults and older adults (S2545), and best practices to discuss LGBTQ+ issues in a Diversity & Aging course.
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm PHYS 2230: Physics II | Joseph Trout
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 12:30 - 1:00 pm ROUNDTABLE: Developing Students' Global Perspectives Through Virtual Exchange | JY Zhou
    Information: We will discuss various approaches to develop our students' global perspectives through connecting our courses with courses in international institutions. We will discuss how to find the partner faculty, how to design activities in the projects, and how to assess these virtual exchange activities.

  • 12:45 - 2:00 pm PSYC 3323: Developmental Child and Adolescence Psychology (limit 3) | Helana Girgis
    Course Topic: Developmental Psychology.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 1:20 - 3:10 pm DANC 2101: Modern Dance 1 (Must have previous dance experience) | Camille Moten
    Course Topic: Study and practice of modern dance technique.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:10 - 3:25 pm PSYC 3322: Lifespan Development | Christine Gayda-Chelder
    Course Topic: Adolescence/Emerging Adulthood.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:10 - 3:25 pm PHYS 3110: Electronics | Joseph Trout
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:10 - 5:00 pm CRIM 5410: Criminal Justice Policy and Planning | Christine Tartaro
    Course Topic: What works in criminal justice. Faculty may leave early or join later for this class session.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:15 - 2:45 pm ROUNDTABLE: Stop Grading! Strategies for Streamlining Feedback & Improving Student Learning | Nancy Reddy
    Information: Discuss a variety of strategies for responding to student writing and projects that both streamline the assessment process for faculty and help ensure that students will actually read feedback and improve their work as a result.

  • 3:00 - 4:00 pm CTLD SESSION: Increase Student Engagement with Polling | Roberto Castillo
    Information: This session will introduce polling tools that faculty/teaching staff may use to create interactive, real-time assessment measures and keep students engaged with meaningful, interactive learning activities.  Make your next class more engaging by learning about polling technology.

  • 4:00 - 4:30 pm ROUNDTABLE: Supporting Students' Mental Health in the Classroom: Using Recommendations from Active Minds | Loretta Mooney
    Information: Supporting students' mental health needs will be discussed during the roundtable session.  The presenter worked in the human services field for over 20 years, is a licensed social worker, and conducts workshops and research on mental health and suicide.

  • 4:30 - 5:00 pm Q&A SESSION: Research & Professional Development Internal Grants | Christy Goodnight
    Information: Ask questions and get more information on our internal grants, how to apply, who can apply, etc.

Sessions for Tuesday, April 13

  • 8:30 - 10:20 am BIOL 1200: Cells & Molecules | David Furgione
    Course Topic: Cell Division.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 8:30 - 11:10 am BIOL 1405: Biodiversity & Evolution Lab (limit 2) | Diane Imburgio
    Course Topic: Virtual Lab on Human Evolution.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 9:40 - 10:00 am POSTER: Creating a Pop-Up Museum: An Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Service-Learning Experience | Kerrin Wolf & Michele Previti
    Information: This presentation offers a case study on the benefits and challenges of implementing a “pop-up museum” project in a college course. Pop-up museums’ short-term, focused nature present a unique learning opportunity for students serving as a project-based, service-learning activity.

  • 10:00-10:30 am BUZZ SESSION: Using Guided Critical Reflection to Deepen Learning | Sequetta Sweet
    Information: The presenter is in the research data analysis stage evaluating doctoral and undergraduate students' guided critical reflections that support and identify their learning. Learn and discuss the use of guided critical relfection to deepen learning.
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 10:30 - 12:00 pm ARTV 3610: 19th Century Art (limit 5) | Kate Ogden
    Course Topic: American & European painting, sculpture, etc. from the 19th century.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 10:30 - 11:00 am BUZZ SESSION: I Read it Online: Understanding How Undergraduate Students Assess the Credibility of Online Sources of Information | Anthony Dissen
    Information: Discuss how students review and evaluate online sources of health information with regards to the accuracy of the information found.
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 12:00 - 1:00 pm ROUNDTABLE: Resources at Stockton for Students in Need of Higher Level Academic Support | Patty McConville, Rebecca Mannel, Pam Cross, Heather McGovern, Lauren Fonseca, & Maria Spade

  • 12:30 - 2:00 pm ARTV 2176: Art History II (limit 5) | Kate Ogden
    Course Topic: Painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Renaissance to the present day.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes
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  • 1:00 - 1:30 pm BUZZ SESSION: Using Padlet as a Form of Summative Assessment | Guia Calicdan-Apostle
    Information: Padlet is a multimedia tool designed to make discussions and learning highly interactive and engaging for students. It is an effective way to connect with your students online and provide meaningful feedback.
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 1:00 - 1:30 pm  ROUNDTABLE: Why Your Class Needs Information Literacy | Christy Goodnight and Eric Jeitner
    Information: Discuss information literacy and learn about the services available from the librarians from the Richard E. Bjork Library.

  • 2:00 - 2:20 pm POSTER: Using Padlet as a Virtual Classroom/Studio | Chung-Fan Chang
    Information: To share insights of using padlet.com for creating an online visual learning environment. 

  • 2:30 - 4:00 pm GAH 2164: History of Graphic Design (limit 5) | Kate Ogden
    Course Topic: Graphic design from the ancient world to the present day.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:30 - 4:20 pm GAH 2253: The Sacred Object | Jedediah Morfit
    Course Topic: Critical Thinking/Material Culture.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:30 - 4:20 pm GENS 2126: The Urban Teacher | Meg White
    Course Topic: Education in an urban setting.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 3:00 - 3:20 pm POSTER: Students' Movie Trailers from a Required Textbook | Jung Lee
    Information: When learners translate from text-based information into a visual-based format, the activity may promote deeper processing of the material and more complete and comprehensive mental models (Craik & Lockhart, 1972). Student learning is explored with student created movie trailers.

  • 4:00 - 4:30 pm ROUNDTABLE: 3 Takeaways from Teaching & Learning During COVID | Kathy KIein
    Information: The pandemic impacted education in many ways.  In this roundtable discussion, join a conversation about what we've learned about teaching and learning related to the rapid shift to remote and digital course delivery methods. We'll consider implications for the Summer and Fall semesters.

  • 6:00 - 7:50 pm PSYC 2241: Statistical Methods | Elizabeth Shobe
    Course Topic: Hypothesis Testing or t-tests.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

Sessions for Wednesday, April 14

  • 9:15 - 9:45 am ROUNDTABLE: Teaching Statistics Online | Elizabeth Shobe
    Information: This roundtable will explore major strengths and challenges of teaching statistics online offering an opportunity to learn from each other and findings from the literature.

  • 9:55 - 11:10 am GNM 2318: Soils and Civilization | Jessica Hallagen
    Course Topic: Examining relationship between soil science and historical human uses of soil.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 10:00 - 10:30 am ROUNDTABLE:  Integrating ELOs & E-Portfolios: Recommendations | Shelly Meyers and Kerri Sowers
    Information: The presenters worked with faculty helping infuse ELOs into curricular maps and prepared a manuscript on this topic scheduled for publication. Join the ELO & E-Portfolio conversation.

  • 10:30 - 11:30 am CTLD SESSION: Facilitating Effective Communication in Online Courses | Dennis Fotia
    Information: This session will review strategies of communicating with students in online courses to facilitate engagement, community, and teacher presence.

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm CRIM 2141: Research and Evaluation for Criminal Justice (limit 4)  | Deeanna Button
    Course Topic: Qualitative Research.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 12:30 - 1:00 pm BUZZ SESSION: Students Making Videos: The Use of Flipgrid in the STEM classroom | Melanie Schroer
    Information: The presenter has engaged in research on this topic and will present data on performance, usage, and student perceptions of Flipgrid.
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 1:20 - 3:10 pm DANC 2101: Modern Dance 1 (Must have previous dance experience) | Camille Moten
    Course Topic: Study and practice of modern dance technique.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 1:30 - 1:50 pm POSTER: How to Organize and Sustain a Classroom Culture for Learner Success | Ronda Brown
    Information: The presentation will offer creative strategies for building, sustaining, and remaining positive in all interactions and modeling optimism during very challenging times for students. The presenter will discuss effective and favorable accommodations for students to support successful completion of the course without compromising the intended course goals and learning objectives.

  • 1:30 - 1:50 pm POSTER: Using Padlet as a Virtual Classroom/Studio | Chung-Fan Chang
    Information: To share insights of using padlet.com for creating an online visual learning environment.

  • 1:30 - 2:30 pm CTLD SESSION: Facilitating Effective Communication in Online Courses | Dennis Fotia
    Information: This session will review strategies of communicating with students in online courses to facilitate engagement, community, and teacher presence.

  • 2:00 - 2:20 pm POSTER: Integrating Special Collections in Classes at Stockton | Heather Perez
    Information: Studies show that encouraging and teaching students to use primary sources helps to develop critical thinking and information literacy skills, as well as an appreciation for the past and historical consciousness. View examples of how some Stockton classes have already used Special Collections, as well as ideas for ways to use Special Collections in all disciplines.

  • 3:00 - 3:30 pm ROUNDTABLE: It Takes a Village: Recruiting Students for Your School/Program | Jessica Grullon
    Information: Discuss graduate and undergraduate enrollment management and recruitment experience.

  • 3:35 - 5:25 pm GIS 3613: Quilts (limit 3) | Cynthia King
    Course Topic: Sewing tutorials/troubleshooting project questions.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 6:00 - 8:30 pm SOWK 5538: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (limit 4) | Guia Calicdan-Apostle
    Course Topic: How to Teach a Cognitive Behavior Therapy to a Client.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

Sessions for Thursday, April 15

  • 8:30 - 10:20 am BIOL 1200: Cells and Molecules | David Furgione
    Course Topic: Cell Division.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 9:30 - 10:30 am CTLD SESSION: Increase Student Engagement with Polling | Roberto Castillo
    Information: This session will introduce polling tools that faculty/teaching staff may use to create interactive, real-time assessment measures and keep students engaged with meaningful, interactive learning activities.  Make your next class more engaging by learning about polling technology.

  • 10:30 - 12:20 pm HLTH 1101: Intro to Health Sciences (limit 8) | Trina Gipson-Jones
    Course Topic: Communication and Barriers to Communication.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 11:00 - 11:30 am ROUNDTABLE: Formative Assessment in the Classroom | Kimberly Lebak
    Information: Discuss the rationale for using formative assessment in a college classroom and share specific strategies successfully utilized in courses.

  • 12:00 - 12:30 pm Q&A SESSION: Research & Professional Development Internal Grants | Christy Goodnight

    Information: Ask questions and get more information on our internal grants, how to apply, who can apply, etc.

  • 12:30 - 2:00 pm COMM 2210: Digital Storytelling (limit 5) | Toby Rosenthal
    Course Topic: Consider Your Audience (Digital Storytelling).
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 12:30 - 2:20 pm BSNS 3124: Organization Behavior (limit 4) | Naveen Kumar Jain
    Course Topic: Organizational Culture.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:30 - 4:20 pm BSNS 4470: Strategic Marketing (limit 5)  | Jennifer Barr
    Course Topic: Capstone marketing course that includes a detailed examination of the marketing of products and services from a strategic viewpoint with an emphasis on the paradigm shift that has occurred due to COVID-19 Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:30 - 4:20 pm GAH 2253: The Sacred Object (limit 10) | Jedediah Morfit
    Course Topic: Critical Thinking/Material Culture.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:30 - 4:20 pm GAH 3330: Theory and Practice of Language (limit 2) | Lois Spitzer
    Course Topic: Aspects of Language.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 3:00 - 3:30 pm BUZZ SESSION: Curriculum Maps: Who Starts a Journey Without a Map? | Alaina Walton
    Information: Curriculum mapping is the foundation to student learning outcomes assessment at the institutional, program, and course level. This session will focus on best practices for developing measurable program learning outcomes and aligning them with ELOs and required program courses. These maps will then serve as a guide for creating a systematic plan for assessment and continuous improvement. 
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 4:00 - 4:30 pm BUZZ SESSION: Student Multicultural Attitudes in Psychology Classes | Zornitsa Kalibatseva & Kaite Yang
    Information: This buzz session will present information about a study that sought to understand changes in students’ multicultural attitudes in four different psychology classes. In particular, the study assessed students’ attitudes towards historically underrepresented racial and ethnic minority groups and attitudes regarding racism, sexism, sexual orientation, religious prejudice, and language bias.
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 5:00-5:30 pm ROUNDTABLE: Engaging Students & Building Rapport in Online Classes | Tina Zappile

  • 6:00 - 7:50 pm PSYC 2241: Statistical Methods | Elizabeth Shobe
    Couse Topic: Hypothesis Testing or t-tests.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

Sessions for Friday, April 16

  • 8:30 - 9:45 am EXSC 2101: Biomechanics & Motor Learning (limit 3) | Eric Magrum
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 8:30 - 9:45 am PHYS 3345: Math Methods for Engineers & Scientists | Joseph Trout
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 10:00 - 10:45 am ITS SESSION: Zoom Basics & Essentials | Trevor Kopp

  • 10:45 - 11:15 am CTLD SESSION: Creating a Teaching Portfolio | Angie Christy & Kathy Klein

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm CHEM 2130: Organic Reactions (limit 10) | Pamela Cohn 
    Course Topic: The Chemistry of Carboxylic Acids.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm CRIM 2141: Research and Evaluation for Criminal Justice (limit 4) | Deeanna Button
    Course Topic: Qualitative Research.
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm EXSC  2102: Principles of Strength Training & Conditioning (limit 3) | Eric Magrum
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm GIS 3614: Feminist Theory Seminar (limit 3) | Heather McGovern
    Course Topic: Resistance and Feminism (Cheryl Clarke, Audre Lorde).
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 11:20 - 12:35 pm PHYS 2230: Physics II | Joseph Trout 
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 12:45 - 1:15 pm BUZZ SESSION: Curriculum Maps: Who Starts a Journey Without a Map? | Alaina Walton
    Information: Curriculum mapping is the foundation to student learning outcomes assessment at the institutional, program, and course level. This session will focus on best practices for developing measurable program learning outcomes and aligning them with ELOs and required program courses. These maps will then serve as a guide for creating a systematic plan for assessment and continuous improvement. 
    Format: A buzz session provides 10 minutes of information on the session topic, 10 minutes of small group conversation, and 10 minutes of wrap-up discussion to promote an active learning experience.

  • 1:30 - 2:15 pm ITS SESSION: Zoom Advanced Features | Mark Pezzotta

  • 1:40 - 2:00 pm POSTER: Online Quiz as Exit Ticket: Using Kahoot for Formative Assessment | Rachel Kirzner & Ted Alter 

  • 2:10 - 3:25 pm PHYS 3110: Electronics | Joseph Trout
    Discussion: At the conclusion of the class session, the presenting faculty will remain on the class link for conversation or discussion about the class for up to 20 minutes.

  • 2:00 - 2:30 pm ROUNDTABLE: Stop Grading! Strategies for Streamlining Feedback and Improving Student Learning | Nancy Reddy
    Information: This roundtable will provide instructors with a variety of strategies for responding to student writing and projects that both streamline the assessment process for faculty and help ensure that students will actually read feedback and improve their work as a result.

  • 3:30 - 4:30 pm WEEK OF TEACHING SOCIAL WRAP UP | Bring your favorite beverage and enjoy socializing with colleagues.

Recorded Sessions

  • Poster: Flex Your Muscles: Exercise Videos in a Virtual Classroom |  Melanie Schroer
    Information: Student use of Flipgrid, a video response system, in an online Anatomy and Physiology course increases engagement and understanding of skeletal muscles and types of muscle contractions. In this study, students filmed a self-selected exercise routine, during which they applied course content to the movements occurring at several joints. 

  • Poster: Assessment of Asynchronous Online Courses | Joseph Trout

    Information: This poster summarizes the results of course assessment of 80 Astronomy majors, using pretest, posttest, and a survey from an online Astronomy Course.

  • Poster: You can’t hit what you don’t aim at: Anchoring student learning to their intended profession | Eric Magrum
    Information: A discussion of a critical reflection assignment used to engage students in a meaningful ‘thought experiment’ that pertains to future aspirations.

  • Class: Overcoming Emotional & Academic Challenges During the Pandemic |  Guia Calicdan-Apostle
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Computing Loan Payments and Outstanding Loan Balances |  Jiajin Chen
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Differentiated Instruction through Jigsaw |  Stacey Culleny
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Darlings, Let's Get Engaged: Student Engagement in Synchronous Zoom Sessions |  Emari DiGiorgio
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: A PARS (Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic) Approach to Course Design |  Emari DiGiorgio
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Studying Literary Translation in the Asynchronous Classroom (poetry- audio only) |  Cynthia King
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Positive Psychology in the Multi-Major Asynchronous Course (GIS- audio only) | Cynthia King
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Designing an Online Graduate Course for Synchronous or Asynchronous Learning |  Lois Spitzer
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th.

  • Class: Engaging Students During Class Sessions |  Naveen Jain
    Discussion: After viewing a recorded class session, use the Blackboard discussion link provided to ask a question or discuss the recording with the presenting faculty.  Presenting faculty will monitor the discussion board until Friday, April 16th

  • Open Educational Resources (OERs): Course Design with Cost In Mind | Matt DeCarlo

  • Open Educational Resources (OERs): Open Pedagogy | Matt DeCarlo

  • Sneak Peek: Preview Blackboard Ultra | Center for Teaching & Learning Design
    Information: We currently use Blackboard Learn for our Blackboard courses.  By the Fall, we may have the option to create our courses in Blackboard Ultra, get a preview of Blackboard Ultra with this compiled recording.