Enlighten Me but Do it Quickly
This will be the challenge facing our presenters. They will be given five minutes to speak about their ideas and professional passions, accompanied by 20 slides. Each slide is displayed for 15 seconds, and slides are automatically advanced. The presentations are meant to “ignite” the audience on a subject, i.e. to generate awareness and to stimulate thought and action on the subjects presented. Let’s cheer them on!
- Barbara Burke, Barbara Goldberg, Bhupinder Sran, “Best Practices for Engaging Students in Threaded Discussions in Blended Entry-Level Courses”
- Joseph Trout, “Using an On-Line Course to Better Prepare Students for Physics and other Science Courses using Data Modeling and Simulations”
- Shelley Kurland & Deon Koekemoer, “I Decided to “Flip”…Now What?”
- Linda Feeney, Roberto Castillo, “Technology Showdown: Nook versus Kindle”
- Kenneth Ronkowitz, “It’s the End of the University as We Know It (and I feel fine)”
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