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Video: Faculty Showcase at RewirED Spring 2014

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The Spring 2014 RewirED Faculty Showcase celebrated innovative uses of technology for teaching. The event featured lightning talks from seven of CCNMTL’s faculty partners:

  • Emma Crandall (University Writing Program)
  • Diane Dittrick (Environmental Science)
  • Susan Jang (Teachers College)
  • Reyes Llopis-Garcia (Spanish)
  • Tamarah Moss-Knight (School of Social Work)
  • Hiie Saumaa (Literature Humanities)
  • Selby Schwartz (University Writing Program)

Each presenter discussed his or her innovative use of technology as part of their teaching practice during the Spring 2014 semester. Examples of technology and tool implementation include: Courseworks, Edblogs, Google Drive, Mediathread, SurveyMonkey, TedEd, Twitter, Voicethread, Wikischolars and Wikispaces. CCNMTL educational technologists Michael Cennamo and Adrienne Garber hosted the showcase event.

Each of the presenters section can be accessed directly using the links below:

After the faculty presentations, CCNMTL recognized faculty that participated in the series with the RewirED Rewards: a certificate, a RewirED coffee mug, and coffee from Oren’s Daily Roast. The event took place on April 25, 2014 in Butler Library, Room 523. CCNMTL thanks all the RewirED participants, especially the showcase presenters for willing to share their teaching practices.

We are looking forward to an exciting Fall 2014 RewirED. Stay tuned for detailed schedules in early September.

About RewirED: Conversations about the intersection of technology and teaching
RewirED is a place to discuss how faculty with assistance from educational technologists can best harness the power of technology to make learning environments as effective as possible. It's about taking the best thought and practice and the best technology and blending them in a way that allow us to capitalize on all. It's about sharing ideas, asking questions, and being inspired.