Technology Day Agenda

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2018

    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)
    • Lara Luetkehans and Lloyd Onyett

    9:00–9:50 a.m. Sessions

    “How to Use Interactive Affordable Textbooks and Homework (OER) to Improve Student Outcomes”

    • Stouffer 111
    • Aaron Szeto, Top Hat Higher Ed Digital Consultant

    “STS 2.0 Student Teacher Supervision”

    • Stouffer 112
    • Sue Rieg and Holly Rougeaux

    “Banner 9x for Faculty Users”

    • Stouffer 113
    • Jeff Montgomery, Eric Parks, and Lance Williams 

    “Stay Safe Online—Technical Review for Windows 10”

    • Stouffer 138
    • Paul Grieggs

    “Getting the Most Out of Google Classrooms”

    • Stouffer 140
    • Jessica Knepper and Ingrid Everett

    “Advising Student Organizations using Crimson Connect”

    • Stouffer 141
    • Kevin Foster

    “Creating Audio Course Materials, Student Projects, and Meaningful Feedback Using Inexpensive Microphones and Free Software (Audacity)”

    • Stouffer 256
    • John Andelfinger

    “Obfuscatory Prestidigitation vs. Clear Words: Introducing Simplewriter”

    • Stouffer 257
    • Mark DiMauro

    “Using NoodleTools to Teach How to Cite”

    • Stouffer 258
    • Jialei Jiang

    “Creating Interactive Content Using H5P and EDpuzzle”

    • Stouffer G17
    • Briana Keith and Misti Smith (St. Francis University)

    10:00–10:50 a.m. Sessions

    “Basic Skills Test Prep for Teacher Education Students”

    • Stouffer 112
    • Randy Cromwell 

    “Banner 9x for Academic Department and Dean’s Office Users”

    • Stouffer 113
    • Jeff Montgomery, Eric Parks, and Lance Williams

    “The Roles of Assessment Technologies with Enhancing Students’ Complex Problem-Solving Domains in Higher Education Contexts”

    • Stouffer 135
    • Hany Zaky

    “Social Engineering”

    • Stouffer 138
    • Jonathan Roumfort

    “LMS and Their Discontents”

    • Stouffer 140
    • Peter Sorrell

    “How do Faculty and Students Feel about (and use) Instructional Technology?”

    • Stouffer 141
    • Jeffrey Bartel and Jamie Fornsaglio, Seton Hill University

    “Learning Visualized, Using Infographics in the Classroom”

    • Stouffer 256
    • Leigh Ann Morgan

    “Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for Faculty, Staff, and Administrators (part 1 of 2)

    • Stouffer 257
    • Karen Pizarchik and Kevin Foster
    • Part 2 of this session is offered 11:00–11:50 a.m.

    “Meet Them Where They Are: Providing Library Help for Students in D2L and Moodle”

    • Stouffer 258
    • Carrie Bishop

    “Google Drive Applications in a College Classroom”

    • Stouffer G1
    • Natalya Vodopyanova

    “An Overview of D2L Brightspace Using DayLight (part 1 of 2)

    • Stouffer G17
    • Nancy Evans and Brian Carothers
    • This is part 1 of a two-part workshop.

    “Techniques for Facilitating Classes with Zoom Conference Technology”

    • Davis 127 (note other building)
    • Jacqueline McGinty

    11:00–11:50 a.m. Sessions

    “Engage Students in the Lecture Through Active Learning Using Top Hat”

    • Stouffer 111
    • Aaron Szeto, Top Hat Higher Ed Digital Consultant

    “Banner 9x for Administrative Staff”

    • Stouffer 113
    • Jeff Montgomery, Eric Parks, and Lance Williams

    “Using Students’ Smartphones in Class”

    • Stouffer 135
    • Omar Ahmed Yacoub

    “Making 360-Degree Animated Videos”

    • Stouffer 138
    • Timothy Borish, Penn Highlands Community College

    “Show and Tell: Infographics to Keep and Sustain Engagement”

    • Stouffer 140
    • Veronica Paz and Lynnan Mocek
    “Using Dropbox for Teaching and Research”
    • Stouffer 254
    • Courtney McLaughlin

    “Using a Documentary-Camera in a Face-to-Face and Online Course”

    • Stouffer 256
    • William Barker

    “Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for Faculty, Staff, and Administrators (part 2 of 2)

    • Stouffer 257
    • Karen Pizarchik and Kevin Foster
    • Part 1 of this session is offered 10:00–10:50 a.m.

    “Managing Course Communication Online”

    • Stouffer 258
    • Lilia Savova

    “Creating Social Media Graphics with Adobe Photoshop”

    • Stouffer G1
    • Thad Dachille

    “An Overview of D2L Brightspace Using DayLight (part 2 of 2)

    • Stouffer G17
    • Nancy Evans and Brian Carothers
    • This is part 2 of a two-part workshop.

    12:00–1:00 p.m. Lunch Break

    Lunch is on your own.

    1:00–1:50 p.m. Sessions

    “The Impact of using Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning on Raising the Awareness Level Among Group Members in Higher Education”

    • Stouffer 135
    • Hany Zaky

    “Wearable Technologies”

    • Stouffer 138
    • Richard Bukoski, Penn Highlands Community College, and Lloyd Onyett

    “Data Privacy Curriculum Materials for College Students”

    • Stouffer 140
    • Theresa McDevitt, Veronica Paz, Elin Woods, and Amanda Marshall
    “Pedagogical Use of Educational Video and Resources”
    • Stouffer 256
    • Nancy Evans

    “Class Syllabi—A New Way to Look at an Old Document”

    • Stouffer 257
    • Lynnan Mocek

    “Should We Have an Open or Closed Internet? (Net-Neutrality)”

    • Stouffer 258
    • Thad Dachille

    “Make Your Own Video Presentations”

    • Stouffer G1
    • Jennifer Forrest

    “Adobe Illustrator”

    • Stouffer G17
    • Janet Blood

    “Best Practices Using Zoom for Interactive Classrooms”

    • Davis 127 (note other building)
    • Crystal Machado, Lucinda Willis, and Chris Bennett

    2:00–2:50 p.m. Sessions

    “Introduction to Adobe Captivate Software”

    • Stouffer 111
    • Brian Carothers

    “Procurement Services and Your New Year’s Resolution”

    • Stouffer 135
    • Kathy Lucas

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

    • Stouffer 138
    • Tracy Eisenhower and Amber Pinkerton

    “Enthusiastically Using H5P with D2L for Interactivity”

    • Stouffer 140
    • Veronica Paz

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

    • Stouffer 141
    • Brenda Boal

    “Getting the Tone Right in E-mail Messages”

    • Stouffer 254
    • Krista Speicher Sarraf

    “Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction”

    • Stouffer 256
    • Wenxi Schwab

    “Revised Academic Integrity Process: Use of New Online Process”

    • Stouffer 257
    • Lynnan Mocek

    “A Guided Tour of Google Classroom for Teachers”

    • Stouffer 258
    • Daniel Weinstein

    “Introduction to Adobe Photoshop”

    • Stouffer G17
    • Janet Blood

    3:00–3:50 p.m. Sessions

    “Preventing Procrastination in e-Learning Programs”

    • Stouffer 111
    • Abdul Habib Khalid 

    “POWTOONS: PowerPoint on Steroids”

    • Stouffer 135
    • Jessica Krouse, Penn Highlands Community College

    “Kuali Research: See and Learn How to Create Your Grant Proposal in the Kuali Research Web-Based Environment

    • Stouffer 138
    • Tracy Eisenhower

    “Tools and Apps for Asynchronous Delivery, Class Use, and Assessments”

    • Stouffer 140
    • Veronica Paz and Crystal Machado

    “Using Zoom Conference Technology in a Standard Classroom”

    • Stouffer 141
    • Lucinda Willis

    “Next Gen Scholarship Manager Overview”

    • Stouffer 256
    • Kevin Mathe

    “Supporting Peer Feedback Using Google Forms and QR Codes”

    • Stouffer 257
    • Rachel Schiera

    “Technological Pedagogical Knowledge (TPCK): A Roadmap to Technology Integration for Effective Teaching and Learning”

    • Stouffer 258
    • Abdulsalami Ibrahim

    “Energize Your Class by Using Technology”

    • Stouffer G17
    • Ramy Shaaban

    4:00–4:30 p.m.

    Wrap-Up and Prize Drawings

    • 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).

    Mark Your Calendar:

    The 15th College Technology Day will be on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 (the Wednesday before the start of fall semester).