2016 Educational Technology Faculty Fellows

The Educational Technology Faculty Fellows Program is a unique experience for any member of the campus community whose continuing contract has a teaching component. The dates for this year’s program are May 23rd- May 27th (5:30-7:30 PM on the 23rd, 1-4 PM on the 24th, and 9-4 on the remaining days with lunch from noon-1). The goals of the program are to increase the number of faculty taking advantage of technologies in their teaching and scholarship, to familiarize faculty with tools and project types with which Educational Technology can help, and to help faculty learn how to assess technology projects. Participants will be expected to develop course units to be implemented in one of their courses or explore ways to incorporate technology into their research, and to participate in continuing dialog throughout the year and share their work with their colleagues in a faculty development event, such as Teaching Matters, Research Matters, or a brown-bag session.

The Program seeks to select a diverse group from all level of teaching experience, technology use, and project implementation and across all disciplines. Successful applicants will be expected to attend all sessions, must be willing to communicate to their department and campus the projects and tools with which they are working, and must be teaching a course in the 2016-2017 academic year. Upon completion of the week-long portion of the program participants will receive a certificate, designation as an Educational Technology Faculty Fellow, and have access to a personal $1000 technology project fund.

Applications for the Program will be accepted on a rolling basis until 10 fellows are selected or until 9:00 AM on May 9th.  Applicants will be notified about the status of their application on a rolling basis but not later than 5 PM on May 9th. You can complete an application here.

Topics:

This year the new emerging technology discussions and learning opportunities will focus on introducing 3D modeling/printing into the Liberal Arts classroom (why and how),Digital Studies/Humanities/Scholarship/Liberal Arts (what does it mean and how to incorporate DS/H/S/LA activities into your course), and ways to leverage existing campus technologies (Moodle, Voices, iPads, etc) to help your students meet your courses’ learning goals. We plan on having faculty do a hands-on 3D printing project as part of their activities for the week. Time will be designated for participating faculty to work on personal technology projects. Please keep an eye out here for a more detailed curriculum.

Our session on the 23rd will be a dinner from 5:30-7:30 PM. Below is a rough schedule.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9 – 9:30AM Meeting course learning goals with existing campus technologies: providing feedback to students (Moodle (download/upload, Workshop, Anonymous froum posts), Google docs, OneDrive), flipping courses (iPad Pro with Explain Evrything, Voices), Formative assessment.) Focus on things participants want to focus on.  Chris Faur (Denison): Presentation on 3D design course at Denison Finish 3D prints
9:30 – 10AM  “  “  “
10 – 10:30AM Break Break Break
10:30 – 11AM Discussion: Algorithmic thinking in the Humanities Intro to 3D design software Discuss scaffolding and evaluating digital projects
11 – 11:30AM
11:30 – noon Intro to Ozobot Personal Project Development (Define your project goals and scope.)
noon – 1PM Lunch Lunch Lunch
1 – 1:30PM Sharing/Project descriptions (Taylor 205) Play with Ozobot (team challenges) 3D workshop Personal Project Development (Identify the components of your project, technology you may need, software you may need, etc)
1:30 – 2PM  “ Personal Project Development (Develop a detailed timeline for implementing your project)
2 – 2:30PM Break Break Break Break
2:30 – 3PM Meeting course learning goals with existing campus technologies: providing feedback to students (Moodle (download/upload, Workshop, Anonymous froum posts), Google docs, OneDrive), flipping courses (iPad Pro with Explain Evrything, Voices), Formative assessment.) Michael Hanrahan: Development of Digital and Computational Studies Program, Digital Course Design/Redesign Initiative, tips for incorporating digital methods and technologies in your courses. Personal Project Development (Develop an assessment plan for your project)
3 – 3:30PM  3D workshop Present your project plans/next steps (purchasing equipment (deadlines), scheduling training, followup meetings)
3:30 – 4PM  “
4 – 4:30PM Reactions to Michael’s talk
4:30 – 5:30PM
5:30 – 7:30PM Dinner (Broken Rocks)

Questions

Please contact Jon Breitenbucher (x2207).

We also encourage you to speak with any of our alumni about the program:

Kabria Baumgartner (2012)
Dan Bourne (2010, 2014)
Alicia Brazeau (2014)
Carol Bucher (2015)
Marion Duval (2015)
Sharon Ferguson (2013)
Pam Frese (2014)
Amber Garcia (2012, 2015)
Mark Gooch (2009)
Mark Graham (2015)
Jim Hartman (2014)
Jenna Hayward (2009, 2014)
Marieke Herrmann (2013)
Katie Holt (2009, 2015)
Shirley Huston-Findley (2013)
Shelly Judge (2010)
Elys Kettling Law (2010)
Lyn Loveless (2010)
Leah Mirakhor (2014)
Amyaz Moledina (2013)
Kara Morrow (2012)
Beth Ann Muellner (2013, 2015)
Anne Nurse (2014)
Rikki Palmer (2014)
Charles Peterson (2010)
Meagen Pollock (2009)
Peter Pozefsky (2009, 2015)
Jeff Roche (2012)
John Rudisill (2012)
Elizabeth Schiltz (2012)
John Sell (2013)
Ibra Sene (2010)
Josephine Shaya (2010)
Larry Stewart (2010)
Gretchen Tefs (2014)
Rujie Wang (2014)
Megan Wereley (2012)
Greg Wiles (2010)
Mark Wilson (2012)