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Teaching with Technology Faculty Showcase, Spring 2015

This year the first Teaching with Technology Faculty Showcase was on March 19, 2015. It is organized by ATIG as a biannual event – every fall and spring semester the showcase features faculty courses and projects that are innovative, interesting, and … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Regina Rutter – Video Resumes

Instructor: Dr. Regina Rutter, Lecturer in the Department of Management and Economics Course: MGMT3496 – Management Internship and ACCT3296 – Accounting Internship About the Project: Students were assigned to develop a two-three minute video resume that is typically used to supplement a traditional … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Flipping The Classroom with Dr. Clare Mehta and Prof. R. Bryan Sears

This month faculty spotlight is on Prof. R. Bryan Sears and Dr. Clare Mehta. Here, their experience is shared as a logical continuation of a hot topic at Emmanuel College, addressed in a recent post: “What Is a Flipped Classroom?.” ATIG staff interviewed the two … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Xiaowei Zhao – Using PowToon to Create Online Presentations

Instructor: Xiaowei Zhao, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Course: PSYC1501 General Psychology About the Project: The skill of delivering good presentations is very important for students’ success both at school and for their future career. It needs to be honed … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Sharon McKechnie – Enhancing Collaboration with Groups

Instructor: Sharon McKechnie, PhD, Assistant Professor of Management & Economics Course: MGMT 2307 Organizational Behavior About the Project: In MGMT 2307, over the course the semester students complete a group research project intended to allow them to explore an organizational … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: R. Bryan Sears – Using Social Media in Courses

Instructor: R. Bryan Sears, PhD,  Assistant Professor of Chemistry Courses: CHEM 1102 Principles of Chemistry II with Lab and CHEM  4160 Chemistry Senior Seminar About the Project: Dr. Sears created a professional Twitter account (@Dr_Sears) and a Facebook page (Emmanuel … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Jacqueline Alfonso Barry – ePortfolios

Instructor: Jacqueline Alfonso Barry, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology Course: PSYCH 4494-5: Internship in Psychology I & II About the Project: Students completing an internship through the Department of Psychology create portfolios throughout the course of the internship. These portfolios … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Todd Williams – Teaching with Dual Screens

Instructor: Todd Williams, PhD, Associate Professor of Biology Course: Biology 3137, Medical Neuroscience About the project: Professor Williams teaches in one of the new classrooms with dual-screen LCD TVs. He has integrated using the two screens into his teaching style … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Rebecca Moryl – Graphic Syllabus

Instructor: Rebecca L. Moryl, PhD, Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Management and Economics Course: Microeconomics 1101 About the project: Professor Moryl developed a graphic syllabus and concept map for Microeconomics 1101 in order to enhance student understanding and achievement … Continue reading

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