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Increasing Visibility, Accessibility, And Citations Through Open Access Publishing, Graduate School Faculty Meeting, Erika Gearing Dec 2011

Increasing Visibility, Accessibility, And Citations Through Open Access Publishing, Graduate School Faculty Meeting, Erika Gearing

Library Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Promoting Your Institutional Repository On And Off Campus, Daniel G. Kipnis, Msi Nov 2011

Promoting Your Institutional Repository On And Off Campus, Daniel G. Kipnis, Msi

Center for Teaching and Learning and Scott Memorial Library Staff Papers and Presentations

Webinar presentation for Association for Library Collections and Technical Services.


Mobile Modeling: Using And Creating Ipad And Ipod Apps To Shape Students With Disabilities, Carolyn Wicks, Amanda J. Rockinson-Szapkiw, Justin M. Tucker Nov 2011

Mobile Modeling: Using And Creating Ipad And Ipod Apps To Shape Students With Disabilities, Carolyn Wicks, Amanda J. Rockinson-Szapkiw, Justin M. Tucker

Faculty Publications and Presentations

Modeling is a technique that is often used to teach new skills to students with disabilities. Modeling is effective for teaching communication, social, and functional living skills to students with emotional, behavioral, and cognitive disorders (Werts, Caldwell, & Wolery, 1996). Video modeling and audio prompts can be as effective as live modeling (Murzynski & Bourret, 2007; Rehfeldt, Dahman, Young, Cherry, & Davis, 2003). In fact, some researchers have suggested that video modeling results in more rapid acquisition of skills than live modeling and may even be more generalizable across environments (Charlop & Milstein ,1989). With the introduction of mobile devises, students can be provided with pictorial instructions , audio prompts, and video modeling at any time in any place. Research is beginning to demonstrate that the use of mobile devices for these purposes is effective (Furniss et al., 2011; Hammond, Whatley, Ayres, & Gast , 2010). Developers of iPad and ipod touch applications have developed a variety of tools with pictorial instructions , audio prompts, and video modeling for teaching students with disabilities. Apps like Story Kit, Puppet Pals, Strip Design, Model Me Kids, and Popplet are some of the many applications . Several of these applications have been effectively used in ...


Extreme Math Makeover: Mathematics Assessment And Reporting In The Era Of The Common Core Standards, Glenn W. "Max" Mcgee Nov 2011

Extreme Math Makeover: Mathematics Assessment And Reporting In The Era Of The Common Core Standards, Glenn W. "Max" Mcgee

Publications & Research

This presentation discusses the need to develop high quality performance based assessments of the Common Core Mathematical Standards and Mathematical Practices. Several examples of performance assessments from high achieving countries as well as from the 2009 PISA test are included.


Collaboration: Best Practices For Today’S Teachers, Deanna L. Keith Dr., Miranda Arnold Nov 2011

Collaboration: Best Practices For Today’S Teachers, Deanna L. Keith Dr., Miranda Arnold

Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Click Or Poll Your Way To An Interactive Library Instruction, Sarah Gewirtz Oct 2011

Click Or Poll Your Way To An Interactive Library Instruction, Sarah Gewirtz

Library Staff Publications

Many of us have gotten the blank stare when we ask students, “Do you have any questions?” or “Can anyone give me a search term to try?” This might be the only time we see them. We want to make a positive impression but also make sure they learn something during their short time. How can we do all of that? Easy! Use Clickers (Audience Response Systems) or an online version like PollEverywhere.com. During this presentation, Sarah discussed the questions she’s asked and responses she’s gotten from classes she’s taught using both Clickers and PollEverywhere.com ...


Strategies For Teaching 21st Century Skills To Tomorrow's College Students, Ann Marie Smeraldi, Kenneth J. Burhanna, Joanna Mcnally, Jennifer Schwelik Oct 2011

Strategies For Teaching 21st Century Skills To Tomorrow's College Students, Ann Marie Smeraldi, Kenneth J. Burhanna, Joanna Mcnally, Jennifer Schwelik

Michael Schwartz Library Publications

Today’s first year college students arrive on campus underprepared for the academic demands that await them. Despite the dedicated efforts of high school librarians, research continues to illustrate that students lack basic information literacy skills crucial to their academic success in higher education. In this session high school and academic librarians will explore this issue with participants to identify key deficits in students’ 21st Century Skills.

The presenters will share their insights on college professors’ expectations and offer best practices for educating tomorrow’s college students. Presenters will provide ideas for lesson plans and assessment; actual college assignments will ...


Learning Spaces, Jan I. Fox Oct 2011

Learning Spaces, Jan I. Fox

IT Research

No abstract provided.


Death Of A Student: Navigating A School Through Grief, Samuel J. Smith Oct 2011

Death Of A Student: Navigating A School Through Grief, Samuel J. Smith

Faculty Publications and Presentations

When a school family experiences the loss of a student, there are many issues to consider. This session will offer suggestions that will minister to the grieving school community.


Policy Making And Power, David B. Ross Oct 2011

Policy Making And Power, David B. Ross

Fischler College of Education: Faculty Presentations

No abstract provided.


E-Valuating Local Collections For Open Acces: The Nlu Experience, Rob Morrison, Deana Greenfield Sep 2011

E-Valuating Local Collections For Open Acces: The Nlu Experience, Rob Morrison, Deana Greenfield

Faculty Publications

National Louis University (NLU) provides access to local collections through an Institutional Repository and Special Collections and Archives digital collections. We use open access as an effective and value-added method for contributing to scholarship and outreach to different communities, including alumni. As NLU celebrates our 125th anniversary this year, we utilize digital collections to promote and provide access to our unique history. This presentation will discuss materials selected for inclusion and the multiple ways open access collections can contribute to a university's scholarship and reputation.


Dublin Institute Of Technology's Programme For Students Learning With Communities(Slwc): Report September 2008- September 2011, Catherine Bates, Elena Gamble, Sinead Mccann Sep 2011

Dublin Institute Of Technology's Programme For Students Learning With Communities(Slwc): Report September 2008- September 2011, Catherine Bates, Elena Gamble, Sinead Mccann

Programme Reports

•Programme introduction: from slide 5 •Policy context: from slide 11 •Benefits of CBL/CBR: from slide 20 •Examples of projects: from slide 25 •Programme support structures: from slide 29 •Testimonials: from slide 74 •Statistics: from slide 86

PLEASE NOTE TO ACCESS ALL THE LINKS CONTAINED IN THIS PRESENTION, YOU MUST VIEW IT IN SLIDESHOW MODE THAT IS CLICK ON SLIDESHOW AND THEN VIEW SLIDESHOW.


Increasing Visibility, Accessibility, And Citations Through Open Access Publishing, School Of Arts & Sciences Faculty Orientation, Erika Gearing Aug 2011

Increasing Visibility, Accessibility, And Citations Through Open Access Publishing, School Of Arts & Sciences Faculty Orientation, Erika Gearing

Library Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Population, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa Aug 2011

Population, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa

Materials Engineering

This document is a set of learning materials to support the teaching of population issues particularly related to sustainability in engineering. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. The document is a fully-editable set of slides in open source format (pptx) that includes references to targeted learning objectives on each slide and annotations in the notes section of each slide.


Energy, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa Aug 2011

Energy, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa

Materials Engineering

This document is a set of learning materials to support the teaching of energy issues particularly related to sustainability in engineering. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. The document is a fully-editable set of slides in open source format (pptx) that includes references to targeted learning objectives on each slide and annotations in the notes section of each slide.


Water, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa Aug 2011

Water, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa

Materials Engineering

This document is a set of learning materials to support the teaching of water issues particularly related to sustainability in engineering. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. The document is a fully-editable set of slides in open source format (pptx) that includes references to targeted learning objectives on each slide and annotations in the notes section of each slide.


Materials, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa Aug 2011

Materials, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa

Materials Engineering

This document is a set of learning materials to support the teaching of materials issues particularly related to sustainability in engineering. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. The document is a fully-editable set of slides in open source format (pptx) that includes references to targeted learning objectives on each slide and annotations in the notes section of each slide.


Sustainable Development, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa Aug 2011

Sustainable Development, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa

Materials Engineering

This document is a set of learning materials to support the teaching of Sustainable Development issues particularly related to sustainability in engineering. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. The document is a fully-editable set of slides in open source format (pptx) that includes references to targeted learning objectives on each slide and annotations in the notes section of each slide.


Systems Thinking, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa Aug 2011

Systems Thinking, Jane Qiong Zhang, Linda Vanasupa

Materials Engineering

This document is a set of learning materials to support the teaching of systems thinking issues particularly related to sustainability in engineering. It is designed for the general engineering or science audience. Its design is based on the framework of the Fink Taxonomy of Significant Learning. The document is a fully-editable set of slides in open source format (pptx) that includes references to targeted learning objectives on each slide and annotations in the notes section of each slide.


Incorporating Instructional Design Into Library Instruction Classes, Susan A. Ariew Jul 2011

Incorporating Instructional Design Into Library Instruction Classes, Susan A. Ariew

Academic Services Faculty and Staff Publications

This webinar offers an overview of the components of the instructional design process. It will also identify how instructional design components can relate to library instruction, and provide concrete examples of how librarians can write instructional objectives as part of the planning process for instructional sessions.


Pre-Conference: Curriculum Materials Centers, Gregory A. Martin Jun 2011

Pre-Conference: Curriculum Materials Centers, Gregory A. Martin

Library Faculty Presentations

This pre-conference for the Association of Christian Librarians focused on the development and maintenance of Curriculum Materials Centers.


Helping Children Who Have Behavioral And Attention Issues, David B. Ross Jun 2011

Helping Children Who Have Behavioral And Attention Issues, David B. Ross

Fischler College of Education: Faculty Presentations

No abstract provided.


Using Powerpoint To Enhance Teaching, Kun Huang May 2011

Using Powerpoint To Enhance Teaching, Kun Huang

Blended Learning Strategies

This is the PowerPoint presentation of a workshop offered by the Center for Learning & Development at the UNT Health Science Center. The workshop draws on cognitive and instructional theories to provide you with strategies and techniques for designing and delivering PowerPoint presentations in a way that facilitates student learning and encourages active participation.


Rubrics: Using Performance Criteria To Evaluate Student Learning, Christine Savi May 2011

Rubrics: Using Performance Criteria To Evaluate Student Learning, Christine Savi

Rubrics

This PowerPoint introduces rubrics as a tool to assess student learning.


Rubric Revision Examples, Christine Savi May 2011

Rubric Revision Examples, Christine Savi

Rubrics

This presentation provides a step-wise approach to revising rubrics using best practice skills.


Test Item Writing Examples, Christine Savi May 2011

Test Item Writing Examples, Christine Savi

Test Item Writing

This presentation offers a step-wise approach to revising existing test items based on best practices.


The Collaborative Imperative Session Three--Online Tlt Group Presentation, Susan A. Ariew Apr 2011

The Collaborative Imperative Session Three--Online Tlt Group Presentation, Susan A. Ariew

Academic Services Faculty and Staff Publications

The topics for this session included defining the organizational culture of collaboration in libraries and higher education institutions, as well as examining librarian-faculty collaboration culture in libraries.


Incorporating “Online” Components In Your Face-To-Face Teaching, Kun Huang Apr 2011

Incorporating “Online” Components In Your Face-To-Face Teaching, Kun Huang

Blended Learning Strategies

With the adoption of Learning Management Systems, there is an increasing interest in teaching courses using a blended or online format. This workshop highlights how to incorporate the “online” components in a course while still maintaining the quality of teaching and learning. An implementation guide is also provided.


Using Online Discussions To Enhance Students’ Higher Order Thinking, Kun Huang Apr 2011

Using Online Discussions To Enhance Students’ Higher Order Thinking, Kun Huang

Blended Learning Strategies

This workshop is designed for those who are ready to go beyond the basics of Blackboard to explore more pedagogical use of Blackboard. Available features and best practice guidelines are discussed in this workshop.


Case-Based & Collaborative Learning, Kun Huang Apr 2011

Case-Based & Collaborative Learning, Kun Huang

Teaching Strategies

Case-based & collaborative learning are effective strategies to promote students’ higher order thinking. This workshop discusses basic principles behind these instructional strategies and presents research-based best practice guidelines.