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CIT Faculty Technology Showcase

Faculty participating in the Faculty Technology Showcase

The CIT Faculty Technology Showcase will take place Friday, February 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in A232 Gordon Palmer Hall. The Showcase is a great place to learn how faculty are using technology to enhance learning, conduct research, and increase professional productivity. Drop by for an hour or stay for the entire event!


9:00–9:50 a.m.
Firat Soylu – Using Excel Pivot Charts & Tables to Make Sense of Complex Data Sets
Jeremy Bailin – Using High Performance Computing to Understand the Formation of Galaxies
Heather Baker – UA+Box for ODS Note Takers
Robin Lawson, Gwen Hooper, Scott Arnold, Jeanine Lawrence, Robin Heubner, and Mathew Ander – Using Telehealth Technology to Address Multiple Chronic Conditions in Rural Alabama: An Innovative Collaborative Initiative

10:00–10:50 a.m.
Duncan Yoon – WordPress, Prezi and Google Docs in the Classroom
Marco Bonizzoni – The iPad as a teaching tool: large-enrollment classes and academic continuity
Nathan Loewen and Jessica Porter – The Arts and Sciences Teaching Hub

11:00–11:50 a.m.
Denise Quintel – Usability Testing and the Libraries’ Website: Helpful Tools for Data Collection
Nathan Dains – Frame.io for Instructor and Peer Review of Digital Video Projects
Jennifer Roth-Burnette – Web-Facilitated Collaborative Learning in a Freshman Seminar

12:00–12:50 p.m.
Brandon Chicotsky – Livestreaming and Apps to Enhance Student Engagement
Melissa Green – NVivo for Literature Review
Brenda Mendiola and Kevin Besnoy – Increasing the UA Presence Across the State through the use of the Intercampus Interactive Telepresence System (IITS)

Sponsored by the Center for Instructional Technology and the Technology and Learning Committee.