Poster Session

Faculty or fiction?

Track: Poster (Thursday)

Abstract:
Join us for a fun-filled look at instructional support with stories from the trenches. You’ll have a chance to role play common scenarios. Bring your own stories for a chance at winning a prize in such categories as “I want to hold your hand,” “pebcak,” “Let me Google that for you, “Your course starts when?”

Gayle Stein
Associate Director for Instructional Technology
Office of Information Technology
Rutgers University
gstein@rutgers.edu

Bio / Expertise:
Gayle Stein is the Associate Director for Instructional Technology within the Office of Information Technology at Rutgers University. She holds a Ph.D. in Communication and Information Studies from Rutgers, an MLS from Rutgers, an MS in Nutrition from the New York Medical College, and a BS in Chemistry and Biology from Union College. Gayle is a University Senator, member of the Institutional Research Board, and an adjunct faculty member in Rutgers’ Library and Information studies department where she teaches privacy and policy development, Introduction to Information Technology and Informatics, IT project management, IT for librarians, management of technological organizations, and disruptive IT and change management courses. She also coordinates the Information Technology and Informatics Internship Program. Gayle leads the Rutgers instructional technology group which provides faculty support for technology in teaching and learning, Sakai, video services, applications of ePortfolios for student learning and assessment, and assistance for faculty and students with learning and motor disabilities.