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The Penn State Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology is both an annual event and a year-round online discussion of ways that faculty are using technology to enhance teaching, learning, and research.


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Saturday, March 22
 

9:45am EDT

COIL Links: Center for Online Innovation in Learning Research Initiation Grant e-Poster Sessions
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) engages the University’s extensive research enterprise to improve online learning at and beyond Penn State. The purpose of the Center for Online Innovation in Learning’s Research Initiation Grant (RIG) Program is to provide “seed funding” during the development and “proof of concept” stages of research projects that have the potential to enhance teaching and learning through online innovation. Throughout the day, recipients of COIL RIGs will offer e-poster sessions to discuss and demonstrate RIG findings. This is a great way to find out first-hand the incredible innovations RIGs have seeded at Penn State, and perhaps inspire you to apply for your own RIG.  

Heng Patrick Luo, Teaching Science Labs Online: Development and Validation of an Instructional Model Enabled by Google Glass

Ann Clements, Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) MOOC: Content, Curriculum, and Collaborative Connectedness

Chris Gamrat, The Penn State “Lifelong Learning Landscape (L3)”

Brian Smith, Improving Student Learning and Retention with an Adaptive eLearning Platform 

Saturday March 22, 2014 9:45am - 11:15am EDT
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11:15am EDT

COIL Links: Center for Online Innovations in Learning Research Initiation Grant e-Poster Sessions
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) engages the University’s extensive research enterprise to improve online learning at and beyond Penn State. The purpose of the Center for Online Innovation in Learning’s Research Initiation Grant (RIG) Program is to provide “seed funding” during the development and “proof of concept” stages of research projects that have the potential to enhance teaching and learning through online innovation. Throughout the day, recipients of COIL RIGs will offer e-poster sessions to discuss and demonstrate RIG findings. This is a great way to find out first-hand the incredible innovations RIGs have seeded at Penn State, and perhaps inspire you to apply for your own RIG.  

Heather Toomey Zimmerman, Tree Investigators: Using Augmented Reality and Mobile Computers Outdoors

Yu Wu, Supporting Dialectical Learning with Piazza

Jiaqi Wang, Durland Shumway and Glenn Johnson, Developing an Open-Source Case Based Environment to Support Higher Order Learning

Saturday March 22, 2014 11:15am - 1:30pm EDT
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1:45pm EDT

COIL Links: Center for Online Innovations in Learning Research Initiation Grant e-Poster Sessions
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) engages the University’s extensive research enterprise to improve online learning at and beyond Penn State. The purpose of the Center for Online Innovation in Learning’s Research Initiation Grant (RIG) Program is to provide “seed funding” during the development and “proof of concept” stages of research projects that have the potential to enhance teaching and learning through online innovation. Throughout the day, recipients of COIL RIGs will offer e-poster sessions to discuss and demonstrate RIG findings. This is a great way to find out first-hand the incredible innovations RIGs have seeded at Penn State, and perhaps inspire you to apply for your own RIG.  

Jack Matson, Analysis of Factors Affecting Student Learning Outcomes in a MOOC by In-depth Exploration of the Penn State “Creativity, Innovation, and Change” (CIC) Course

Alex Klippel, Enhancing Online Geospatial Education with Sketch-based Geospatial Learning Objects

Jennifer Frank, Using Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Student Mastery of Effective Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Resolution Strategies

Stevie Rocco, Teaching Science Labs Online: Development and Validation of an Instructional Model Enabled by Google Glass

 


Saturday March 22, 2014 1:45pm - 3:15pm EDT
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