Breakout Session

The Use of Camtasia in the Development of the Holistic Health Minor Capstone

Track: Emerging Technology

Breakout Session VI
Fri. 9:20am–10:15am

Abstract
Through ASE grants from Richard Stockton College of NJ and the Institute for Faculty Development, the use of Camtasia was used to enhance communication of all Holistic Health Minor students preparing for the completion of the ePortfolio process. This step-by-step video instruction posted on Blackboard minimized the labor intensive one-on-one and group meetings for the reflection of 5 courses in the minor. This technology provided succinct instruction for successful completion of the capstone for all graduates in Fall of 2013. An on-line 43 item survey shows that 83.33% believed that the Camtasia video was useful in creating their ePortfolio.

Perks, Joan

Bio
Joan M. Perks, RN, PhD (candidate), CNE, CEN, CRNI
Joan Perks is an Associate Professor of Nursing in the Baccalaureate Program and teaches in the Holistic Health Minor at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. She currently is the Chair of the Assessment Committee for the Holistic Minor and has lead in the development of the ePortfolio as the capstone of the Minor. Joan has played an intricate role in linking the Holistic Health ePortfolio and its rubric to the assessment of the program’s outcomes. She has published in the area of assessment. Prior to coming to Stockton College, she had extensive experience with academics across the institution to support the assessment of learning. She received her Diploma in Nursing from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, her BSN from Thomas Jefferson University, and is completing her dissertation at Widener University.

Galantino, MaryLou

Bio
Mary Lou Galantino, PT, PhD, MSCE
Dr. Galantino is a Professor of Physical Therapy and Coordinator of the Holistic Health Minor at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Galantino’s focus on the development of the capstone e-portfolio through interprofessional education and practice is integrated into her coursework and research. She is presently a Fulbright Specialist in South Africa fostering curriculum review, faculty development and HIV research.”