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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

All faculty and staff are invited to attend this day of very informative sessions. There is no charge, and no registration is required.

If you can’t attend the entire day of activities, hopefully you can at least attend some of the sessions. Lunch is on your own.

All sessions are held in Stouffer Hall.

8:30–8:50 a.m.

Welcome Session

  • Welcome Address and Technology Day Overview
    • Beard Auditorium (Stouffer 101)
    • Bill Balint, Dr. Lara Luetkehans, and Dr. Lloyd Onyett

9:00–9:50 a.m. Sessions

Multimedia Principles of eLearning: Putting Theory into Practice

  • Stouffer G1
  • Dr. Crystal Machado and Abdulsalami Ibrahim

“An Overview of Desire2Learn (part 1)”

  • Stouffer G16D
  • Nancy Evans

“The Global Classroom:  Using Technology To Take Your Class Around the World”

  • Stouffer 135
  • Dr. John Lipinski

“Advanced Features of Microsoft Excel”

  • Stouffer 138
  • Michael Rempel

“Beyond Google: Finding Historical Government Information on the Internet”

  • Stouffer 140
  • Dr. Theresa McDevitt

“iBlog: How To Use It For So Much More Than Blogging”

  • Stouffer 141
  • Dr. Jim Lenze

“Got Media?”

  • Stouffer 254
  • Stephanie Keppich and Tyrone Jones

Degree Works – Enhancements, Highlights and Benefits

  • Stouffer 256
  • Marcy Rearick and Dr. Dan Burkett

Overview of the New Electronic Curriculum Repository and its Functions

  • Stouffer 257
  • Lynnan Mocek 

“Tablets in the Classroom”

  • Stouffer 258
  • Ben Dadson and Cody Toy

10:00–10:50 a.m. Sessions

Promote Critical Thinking with Infographic Projects

  • Stouffer G1 
  • Briana Taylor and Theresa Wilson (from Saint Francis University)

An Overview of Desire2Learn (part 2)

  • Stouffer G16D
  • Nancy Evans

The Art of Restoration: Using Adobe Photoshop to Repair Damaged Images

  • Stouffer G17
  • Dr. Chris Juengel 

Using Pivot Tables in Microsoft Excel

  • Stouffer 138
  • Michael Rempel 

Twitter Time

  • Stouffer 140
  • Casey Sirochman 

An Alternative Solution to University Professional Development

  • Stouffer 141
  • Dan Giannelli, Catherine Datte, Zach Hopkins (from Gannon University) 

Record an Audio File Using Audacity

  • Stouffer 254
  • Dr. Jennifer Forrest 

Microsoft SharePoint Software — A way to Collaborate Within Your Organization or School Environment

  • Stouffer 256
  • Dr. Terri L. Calderone  

Stop SPINning Your Wheels Looking for Grant Funding — A Demo of IUP’s Grant Search Database

  • Stouffer 257
  • Tracy Eisenhower

Virtual Computing — Accessing Software from Anywhere

  • Stouffer 258
  • Ben Dadson and Todd Cunningham   

11:00–11:50 a.m. Sessions

Bring Your ‘Voice’ to Class: Utilizing Voicethread in Higher Education

  • Stouffer G1
  • Elizabeth Shotwell

Adobe InDesign and Interactivity: Creating Interactive Forms

  • Stouffer G17
  • Rebecca Elinich

Blackboard Collaborate — IUP’s Web Conferencing Tool

  • Stouffer 111
  • Nancy Evans

“Where Can I Get a Video Recorded”

  • Stouffer 112
  • Ed Zimmerman

Working With Functions and Formulas in Microsoft Excel

  • Stouffer 138
  • Michael Rempel

How to Apply for a Technology Minigrant or Award

  • Stouffer 140
  • Dr. Lynanne Black, Dr. Dolores Brzycki, Dr. Jennifer Gossett, Dr. Stephanie Taylor-Davis, Dr. Brandon Vick

Adding Multimedia to Your Lectures by Making a Photo Slide Show or Simple Movie Using Picasa 3

  • Stouffer 254
  • Dr. Jennifer Forrest 

The Art of the Outline

  • Stouffer 256
  • Dr. Daniel J. Weinstein

Effective Formal Writing with NoodleTools

  • Stouffer 257
  • Dr. Lilia Savova

Teaching Content Courses in the Information Age: Issues in Design of In-class and Outside Class Learning

  • Stouffer 258
  • Dr. Shijuan “Laurel” Liu

11:50–1:00 p.m. Lunch Break

  • Lunch is on your own.

1:00–1:50 p.m. Sessions

Windows 10 and Office 2016

  • Stouffer 101 — Beard Auditorium
  • Jennifer Staszak (Microsoft market manager) and Jeff Billman (Staples general manager)

Zaption: Interactive Video Lessons

  • Stouffer G1
  • Dr. Crystal Machado 

The Basics of Mobile Learning

  • Stouffer G7
  • Wenxi Schwab, Chanikarnda Komarakul Na Nagara, and Nicole Buse

Introduction to Adobe Premiere

  • Stouffer G17
  • Dr. Brittany Pavolik and Jake Klingensmith 

Using iTube in Desire2Learn

  • Stouffer 111
  • Nancy Evans

Wearable Technology — Google Glass, GoPro and Other Wearable Technology Devices

  • Stouffer 138
  • Dr. Lloyd Onyett, Rick Bukoski (Penn Highlands Community College), William Kline

Tools and Techniques for Promoting Academic Integrity

  • Stouffer 140
  • Dr. Theresa McDevitt and Lynann Mocek  

The Next Steps for Campus Information Technology

  • Stouffer 141
  • Tim Wilson (from Point Park University)

Quick, Quick! Using Wikis to Schedule Advisees and in Your Classes

  • Stouffer 258
  • Dr. Susan M. Sibert and Theresa Henderson

2:00–2:50 p.m. Sessions

Windows 10 and Office 2016

  • Stouffer 101 — Beard Auditorium
  • Jennifer Staszak (Microsoft market manager) and Jeff Billman (Staples general manager)

NetSupport School Basics — Classroom Management 101

  • Stouffer G1
  • Ed Zimmerman and Maria Barefoot

The Application of NVivo in Qualitative Research Analysis

  • Stouffer G7
  • Wenxi Schwab

Use the Muse: Basic Adobe Web Design Made Easy

  • Stouffer G16D
  • Annaliese Piraino and Ahmed Yousof

Introduction to Adobe Premiere

  • Stouffer G17
  • Dr. Brittany Pavolik and Jake Klingensmith

Iblog – IUP’s New Blog Service

  • Stouffer 111
  • Nancy Evans

Google Drive Benefits for Teachers, Classrooms, and Students

  • Stouffer 138
  • Erik Kormos

Helpful Tips and Information for Students Writing a Thesis/Dissertation, and for Faculty Working with Graduate Students on Thesis/Dissertation Committees

  • Stouffer 140
  • Brenda Boal

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy: Using The Shining to Motivate and Inspire Students

  • Stouffer 256
  • Dr. Peter Sorrell

Cool Teaching Apps to Enhance Learning

  • Stouffer 257
  • Dr. Veronica Paz

A New View Through the D2L Window

  • Stouffer 258
  • Theresa Henderson, Dr. Laura Strong, Dr. Susan Sibert

3:00–3:50 p.m. Sessions

Windows 10 and Office 2016”

  • Stouffer 101 — Beard Auditorium
  • Jennifer Staszak (Microsoft market manager) and Jeff Billman (Staples general manager)

NVivo for Dummies

  • Stouffer G1
  • Dr. Crystal Machado 

The Effective Use of Cloud Computing in Collaborative Learning

  • Stouffer G7
  • Wenxi Schwab

Interactive PowerPoint Tools by PowerPoint! Polling, Screen Recording, Inking, and More – Let’s Mix it Up

  • Stouffer G16D
  • Annaliese Piraino and Ahmed Yousof

Colorful Data Representation with Adobe Illustrator

  • Stouffer G17
  • Thad Dachille

Teaching Apps for Smartphones that are Designed for Educators

  • Stouffer 138
  • Erik Kormos

Unclutter Your Desk and Go Paper(less)!

  • Stouffer 140
  • Dr. Veronica Paz and Dr. Theresa McDevitt

Writing and Study Skills Bootcamp: Self-Assessment, Self-Determination, and Critical Skills for Success in Online Studies

  • Stouffer 141
  • Mary L. Onufer and Jacqueline Smith (from Carlow University)

Online Reporting Services and/or ireports — Which is More Useful to Me or My Department?

  • Stouffer 256
  • Jeff Montgomery and Lance Williams 

Advanced Features of Microsoft Word 2013

  • Stouffer 257
  • Dr. Dolores Brzycki  

SSC Advisor Platform Information Session

  • Stouffer 258
  • Dr. Michele Norwood

4:00–4:30 p.m.

Wrap-Up and Prize Drawing

  • Must be present to win!
    • Beard Auditorium (Stouffer 101)
    • We will have a drawing for some technology prizes at the wrap-up session.
    • Prizes for the drawing were donated by the Indiana Staples store.
    • You will receive a ticket at the end of each session that you attend throughout the day, and you must be present at the wrap-up session to win. Just before the drawing, you will have an opportunity to drop your tickets into boxes for the various prizes (you can put all of your tickets into one prize box to increase your odds of winning, or spread them out through several prizes).
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    1175 Maple Street
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  • Phone: 724-357-2480
  • Fax: 724-357-5595
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