Breakout Session

Just-In-Time Faculty Professional Development using Video Tutorials

Track: Learning, Teaching and Library

Breakout Session I (90 minutes presentation)
Wed. 3:30 – 5:00

Abstract
Creating just-in-time tutorials can provide an innovative approach for faculty professional development. Instructional Design and Technology Services in the School of Communication (SC&I) and Information at Rutgers University uses Panopto – a lecture recording and management software platform – to create video-based tutorials that are custom-developed and produced on “teaching and learning” and “instructional technology” topics. Come hear the presenters discuss how this approach has been implemented at SC&I and how it can be implemented in your institution. The presentation will include a demonstration of using Panopto to record and publish a video tutorial, and there will be opportunity for participants to share experiences. This session is appropriate for administrators of curriculum and instruction, instructional designers, instructional technologists, and faculty.

 

Denise Kreiger
Instructional Design and Technology Specialist
School of Information and Communication (SC&I)
Rutgers University

Bio / Expertise
Denise Kreiger is the Instructional Design and Technology Specialist in the School of Information and Communication (SC&I) at Rutgers University and has worked over eight years in higher education with extensive experience in the field of instructional design and technology. At SC&I, she supports faculty in designing, developing, and teaching classroom-based, web-enhanced, hybrid, and fully online courses using learning management systems and instructional technology based on sound pedagogical practices. Before joining Rutgers, Denise was an instructional design and technology specialist at Monmouth University and Mercer County Community College. She is a certified peer reviewer in Quality Matters for the design of quality online courses and has developed and facilitated Virtual Online and Hybrid Teaching Certification programs for faculty. She also worked in K-12 schools as a school library media specialist and English/language arts teacher. She possesses a Master of Education (M.Ed.) with NJ teaching certifications in Associate Educational Media Specialist, English, and Elementary Education. She has also worked in the corporate and consulting sector in elearning, instructional design, training and development, and performance support.

 

Steve Garwood
Director of Instructional Design and Technology Services
School of Communication and Information (SC&I)
Rutgers University

Bio / Expertise
Steve Garwood is the Assistant Dean of Instructional Support and Assessment in the School of Communication and Information (SC&I) at Rutgers University and has worked over ten years in the field of instructional design and technology in higher education. Before becoming Assistant Dean, Steve was Director of Instructional Design and Technology Services at SC&I, an instructional technology specialist at SC&I, an instructor in the Library and Information Science Department at SC&I, and also librarian-related positions at Princeton University, INFOLINK, Camden County Library, and Burlington County Library. He possesses a Masters in Communication and Information Studies (MCIS), a Masters in Library Service (MLS), and is currently pursuing a doctorate in the Ed. D. program at Rutgers University.