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Faculty Tech Day 2018

The Equalizing Power of Technology in Education
 
Keynotes
Technology and Accessibility: Barriers and Opportunities (morning Keynote)
Chancey Fleet The state of accessibility today in education and how to positively impact relevant issues. Chancey Fleet is Assistive Technology Coordinator for the NYPL Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library.
Using the Power of Technology When Managing Change (afternoon Keynote)
Higher education can use technology to address changes and difficulties that arise in response  to new demands from student learners and changing education markets. Dr. Tim Swift is Associate Professor in the Department of Management, Haub School of Business at St. Joseph’s University (PA).
 
Breakout Sessions
 
Writing for the World: Using Wikipedia in the Classroom
Dr. Carla Romney, Associate Dean for STEM and Pre-Health Education
Find out how a Wikipedia project gave math students authentic applications of differential calculus. Dr. Romney will be joined by Dr. Harold Takooshian, Professor of Psychology and Urban Studies, Samantha Weald, Outreach Manager of the Wiki Education Foundation, and Kristen Treglia, Senior Instructional Technologist, for a panel discussion on using Wikipedia.
 
 
Faculty Present: Tools Your Students (and You!) Will Love
Dr. Anne Fernald, acting Associate Dean for Arts and Sciences
Encounter innovative ways to use podcasts to encourage student participation.
Dr. Julita Haber, Clinical Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
Get acquainted with Blackboard’s attendance features and create quizzes students can take on a mobile device.
 
Make It New: Digital Texts, Maps, and Writing
Shawn Hill, Instructional Technologist for Digital Scholarship
Discover how LacunaStories, Voyant, From The Page, Fulcrum, Carto, Qualtrics, and Scalar can enhance your understanding of your research subject and enrich your classes with new approaches to the curriculum. 
 
 
Faculty Present: Meeting Students Where They Live, Online
Dr. Jason Z. Morris, Associate Professor of Biology, Department of Natural Sciences
Find out how online discussion boards can cement students’ understanding of course material.
 
Security:  A Day in the Life of a Digital Forensics Investigator
Ashim Kapur, Director, Stroz Friedberg’s Digital Forensics
Learn about the fascinating cases and works encountered by a seasoned digital forensics investigator working in today’s complex security landscape.
 
 
Is My Data Safe?
Shannon Ortiz, Director of IT Security, and Gregory Rivas, IT Security Engineer
Review the basics of data loss prevention and discover Spirion (identifies unprotected sensitive data on desktops, laptops, servers) and CloudLock (indicates whether Google Drive files are shared appropriately and securely).
 
 

Faculty Tech Day 2017

Keynotes
Exercising the Franchise of Digital Citizenship

Gardner Campbell, PhD, Associate Professor of English, Virginia Commonwealth University

Gardner Campbell, PhD, Associate Professor of English, Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Campbell, who has also served as Vice Provost for Learning Innovation and Student Success, has written and spoken about educating the whole person, and how discovery and collaboration via digitally mediated networks are a necessary foundation for experiential learning in a digital age. Dr. Campbell also has a blog, Gardner Writes and you can follow him on Twitter: @GardnerCampbell

Exercising the Franchise of Digital Citizenship

The Digital Media Transition: Redefining the American Media Landscape

Bill Baker, PhD, Director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy and Education, Fordham University. President Emeritus of WNET (channel 13).

Follow him on Twitter

Wikipedia-Based Project Learning

Samantha Weald, Outreach Manager of the Wiki Education Foundation 

Presentation Slides
Samantha’s blog post about speaking at Faculty Tech Day

Samantha has spent her career helping education non-profits develop beneficial relationships with external partners. Currently she works with institutions and instructors to increase participation in Wiki Ed’s programs. Read her recent articles on the Wiki Ed blog. Other resources: wikiedu.org@WikiEducation

Making Multimedia Content Accessible to All


Faculty Technology Day 2016

#FacTechDay16

Agenda
Faculty Technology Day Twitter Cheatsheet and Ed Tech Crossword Puzzle
Solution to the Ed Tech Crossword Puzzle
Google Slides Presentation

Pre-Conference Breakout Sessions
Promote Yourself Building an Online CV, Business Card, or Website

Lindsay Karp, Senior Instructional Technologist, @LindsayKarp

Faculty Talk: Connected Learners

Part I: Teaching with Primary Sources

Rhonda Bondie, PhD, @RhondaBondie1
  • tpsnva.org
  • Milman, N. B., & Bondie, R. (2012). An examination of teachers’ ratings of lesson plans using digital primary sources. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 12(4). Retrieved from http://www.citejournal.org/vol12/iss4/socialstudies/article1.cfm
  • 21st Century Formative Performance Assessments in Teacher Preparation, Bondie, R. (2016). 21st Century Formative Performance Assessments in Teacher Preparation. In Joubert, I. (Ed.) Assessment practices in Higher Education in the Foundation Phase. South Africa: Pearson Education. ISBN 9781928226994
  • Project REACH
  • All-Ed
  • NJCIE Webinar Archive

Part II: Learning Tools

Kristen Treglia, Senior Instructional Technologist, @kris10_

Keynote: Teaching Strategies in the Digital Age

Jose Antonio Bowen, President of Goucher College, @josebowen

Breakout Sessions
Teaching Strategies in the Digital Age Workshop

Jose Antonio Bowen, President of Goucher College, @josebowen

Google Apps for Teaching

Diego Gomez, Head of Cloud/Agile Solutions Team

Hands-on Survey Building with Qualtrics

Shawn Hill, Instructional Technologist for Digital Scholarship

New Video-conferencing Tool Coming Soon with Webex

Tiffany Schreiber, CISCO Applications Consulting Engineer

Protecting Your Research Data

Shannon Ortiz, Director of IT Security

Google Slides Presentation

Fordham Digital Humanities Showcase

Dr. Gregory Donavan; Dr. Laura Morreale; Dr. Maria Ruvoldt; Christy Pottroff, PhD cand.

Teaching with Mobile Devices

Lindsay Karp, Senior Instructional Technologist, @LindsayKarp

Additional Resources

Online Learning Resource
Faculty Ed Tech PD Wiki


Faculty Technology Day 2014

Faculty Technology Day Agenda
Faculty Technology Day Twitter Cheatsheet
David Pogue Takes on Gen Tech Fordham Newsroom

Breakout Session Resources

Handout: Literacy Landscape and EdTech Vocabulary

Additional Resources

The Internet

20 Critical Vocabulary Terms for EdTech via The Pursuit of Technology Integration Happiness

Fordh.am Fordham URL Shortening Service