Keynotes

Frans JohanssonFrans Johansson is the best-selling author of The Medici Effect: Breakthrough Insights at the Intersection of Ideas, Concepts and Cultures. In this talk, Frans Johansson takes us on a fascinating journey to the Intersection: a place where ideas from different fields and cultures meet and collide, ultimately igniting an explosion of extraordinary new innovations. See how companies become global leaders, how products and services yield huge margins, and how researchers, managers, and artists outdo their peers. Click Here to Watch the Keynote Frans Johansson
George SiemensGeorge Siemens is an educator and researcher on learning, networks, analytics, and openness in education. This presentation reviews the context that’s driving popularity of analytics, provide cases and examples of use in education, and argues for the use of proactive models that emphasizes improving the learning experience, instead of only reacting to warning signs. Click Here to Watch the Lunch Time Keynote George Siemens

Sessions

Utilizing iPads

Utilizing iPads and Interactive Software to Enhance Peer-to-Peer, Out-of-Class Learning for Students Enrolled in Undergraduate Math and Science Courses: A Pilot Initiative for  Penn State Learning Guided Study Groups (GSG)

Art 10 Session

Art 10 and iTunes U: A Match Made for the iPad

Analyzing Movement

Analyzing Movement – Seeing Beyond What the Naked Eye Can See

Yammer

Yammer for Teaching and Learning: Faculty Engagement Designs, Outcomes, and Emerging Pedagogy

Clickers

Campus Perspectives on Clicker Use in the Classroom

Making Connections

Making Connections: LucidChart + Collaborative Technology Classroom = Student Success

Whats worked for us

What Worked for Us: Instructional Strategies for Improving Student Outcomes in Online, Hybrid, and Large-Enrollment Classes

Learning Analytics Panel

Learning Analytics Discussion Panel

more than a video“It’s More than a Video”: Engaging Students in Research Through Group Work and Multi-Media Assignments in Introduction Courses Students create public service announcements about societal problems as part of their introduction to criminal justice course. Students develop research skills, focus on local community issues and resources, and produce a cohesive message for the public. Students and faculty will conduct a roundtable discussion of both the intended and unintended consequences of this assignment.
Doceri

Campus Perspectives on Doceri Use in the Classroom

Mooc Panel

Panel: An Open Discussion on MOOCs

Elevator Pitches

In preparation for the 2013 Symposium, presenters were asked to record an “elevator pitch” of his or her presentation to grab attendees attention and tell them exactly why they should attend that particular session.

An elevator pitch (or elevator speech or statement) is a short summary used to quickly and simply define a product, service, or organization and its value proposition.The name “elevator pitch” reflects the idea that it should be possible to deliver the summary in the time span of an elevator ride, or approximately thirty seconds to two minutes.

Laura Guertin

The iPad as a Data Collection Tool for Fieldwork and Dissemination of Student-Created Content with iBooks Author

Dirk Mateer

Are U Game? How EconU Serves as a Capstone Experience for Introductory Economics

Kristine Artello

“It’s More than a Video”: Engaging Students in Research Through Group Work and Multi-Media Assignments in Introduction Courses

Suzanne Shaffer

Using Stanford University’s d-school Approach to Add Meaning, Build Buy-In, and Encourage Innovation in Class Projects

Julia Schrank

Seeking Textbook Heroes: Student Perspectives on Best Uses of Textbooks and OERs

Anna Divinsky

Art 10 and iTunes U: A Match Made for the iPad

Lolita Paff and Kelly Butzler

Flip Your Class! Strategies and Student Reactions to a Flipped Classroom

Renee Ford

What Worked for Us: Instructional Strategies for Improving Student Outcomes in Online, Hybrid, and Large-Enrollment Classes

Angelique Bacon-Woodard

Utilizing iPads and Interactive Software to Enhance Peer-to-Peer, Out of Class Learning for Students Enrolled in Undergraduate Math and Science Courses: A Pilot Initiative for Penn State Learning Guided Study Groups (GSG)

Brian Young

Campus Perspectives on Doceri Use in the Classroom

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