Sixth Annual Teaching, Learning, and Technology Showcase a Success

6th Annual DLIT Teaching Learning and Technology Showcase

On Thursday, March 22 GRCC held it’s 6th Annual Teaching, Learning, and Technology Showcase.

The event was kicked off by a presentation of GRCC’s first ever “Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award”. Professor Grace Schwanda, an adjunct in the Music Department received her award at the event! Congratulations to Grace!

Over 50 faculty, administrators, staff, and students attended this event along with 13 sessions presented. Thank you to the follow presenters for taking the time to present to your colleagues:

  • Mashups in Your Online Class (Grace Schwanda, Music)
  • Communicating Online (Kate Byerwalter, Psychology)
  • SubjectGuides: Digital Curation of Specialized Information (Lisa Rabey, Library)
  • Blackboard’s “Project Ocho” – More Powerful AND Easier to Use! (Garry Brand, Business)
  • Online Office Hours (Luann Keizer, Computer Applications)
  • Reading, Writing, and Rubrics (Ann Alexander, Business)
  • Occupy Facebook (Gary Ebels, Criminal Justice)
  • Increase Interaction and Engagement with Blackboard Collaborate (Meegan Willi, DLIT)
  • Student Tutorials in Physical Science (Joe Hesse, Physical Science)
  • Flipping the Classroom with Lecture Video (Szymon Machajewski, Computer Applications)
  • Advancing Online Learning @ GRCC (Eric Kunnen, DLIT)
  • Blackboard Mashups (Tim Koets, Computer Applications)
  • Facebook Groups for Content Sharing & Review (Shelly Richter, Nursing)

Thank you also to the DLIT staff, food services, facilities, IT, and Media Technologies for helping to support this campus wide event. Than you to YOU to for coming to this event to share with your colleagues.

More information including photos from the event are here.

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