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Tuesday, April 5

Richard Harris Terrace

11:30 AM

Registration opens

12:00 PM

Welcome and Opening Remarks
- Karrin E. Wilks, Senior Vice President & Provost

State of Technology at the College
- Joseph Spadaro, Vice President for Technology

12:30-1:30 PM

LIGHTNING PRESENTATIONS:

12:30 PM

The Pocket Librarian
- Jean Amaral, Library

12:40 PM

Learning Catalytics, the Integration of Technology and Pedagogy
- Yan Chen and Colin Persaud, Computer Information Systems

12:50 PM

Game It Up: Games that Help Build Math Conceptual and Developmental Skills
- Michael Kent, Mathematics

1:00 PM

Cause in a Classroom: Using Facebook to Present Service-Learning Projects in the Traditional Classroom
- Al Leibman, Academic Literacy and Linguistics

1:10 PM

1,000 Words: Classrooms for the Visually Literate
- Rebecca Collier, Speech, Communications & Theatre

1:20 PM

Using a Stopwatch Webpage to Gather Data on the Perception of Time
- Chris McCarthy, Mathematics

1:30 - 2:30 PM

WALK UP AND LEARN TABLES:

Using Tableau to help Visualize and Understand Data
- Bettina Hansel, Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics

Improving Student Readiness and Achievement in E-Learning Coursest
- Brian Nemeth and Alex Pereira, E-Learning

BMCC Voices: An Audio Resources Project
- Chris Vinsonhaler, English; Jean Amaral, Library

Using VoiceThread to Assess Speaking and Presentation Skills
- Daniel Amaranto and Mohamed Sofaini, Modern Languages

Delivering Course Materials with Libguides
- Deniz Gokcora, Academic Literacy and Linguistics and Jean Amaral, Library

Transform Your Courses with Open Educational Resources (OER)
- Jean Amaral, Library

Exploration of Mathematics Teaching through Maple-Software Graphic Projects
- Lina Wu, Mathematics

Recording lessons with Camtasia Screen Capture
- Mark Jagai, Mathematics

Creating a Digital Textbook in Blackboard
- Rafael Corbalan, Alicia Perdomo, Evelin Gamarra, Silvia Alvarez Olarra, and Ainoa Inigo, Modern Languages

BMCC Mobile App
- Milla Wynn, Matthew Conroy, and Larry Dumaguing, College Computer Center

2:30-3:30 PM

Panel Discussion: Experiential Learning and Technology
Marjan Persuh, Social Sciences
Lauren Wickstrom, Science
Laura Burrell, Office of Internships and Experiential Learning
Hao Tang, Computer Information Systems
Moderated by Janey Flanagan, E-Learning


Wednesday, April 6

Room S510A

12:00 PM

Would you Like to See that Information in a Dashboard? An Interactive Discussion of Faculty Needs for Institutional Data
- Bettina Hansel, Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics

1:00 PM

OER (Open Educational Resources) for Basic Algebra
- Ke Xin, Mathematics

1:30 PM

The Use of Open Educational Resources and Facebook in Place of a Textbook for Critical Thinking 100
- Megan Dunphy, Academic Literacy and Linguistics

2:00 PM

Open Education Resources for Teaching Human Sexuality
- Michael McGee, PhD, Health Education

2:30 PM

Enhancing Student Engagement and Building Community Through a WordPress Course Website
Arto Artinian, Social Sciences

3:00 PM

1,000 Words: Classrooms for the Visually Literate
Rebecca Collier, Speech, Communications & Theatre, and Noam Oren and Jameel Gordo

4:00 PM

Game It Up -- Games That Help Build Math Conceptual and Developmental Skills
Kathleen Offenholley and Michael Kent, Mathematics


Thursday, April 7

Room S510A

11:30 AM

Evernote on iPad: Opportunities for Performance-based Assessment and Learning Via Documentation in ECE Practicum Courses
- Meghan Fitzgerald, Teacher Education Dept.

12:30 PM

Doing Chemistry with Computers
- Daniel Torres, Science

1:00 PM

Unconventional Uses of Blackboard: Tracking Attendance and Using the BMCC Library Databases
- Gillian Bonanno, Speech, Communication, and Theatre Arts

2:00 PM

Blackboard Tools that Make Teaching Easier
- Donna Dickinson, E-Learning Center


Friday, April 8

Room S510A

11:30 AM

Write to Be Read: Promoting Your Scholarship and Instructional Materials
- Jean Amaral, Library

12:30 PM

Using Digital Storytelling to Motivate Students in the Writing Classroom
- Shoba Bandi-Rao, Academic Literacy and Linguistics and Asana Abubakari and Maxo Fleurimond

1:30 PM

How to Educate Students on New Technology that Continues to Create Challenges in Marketing, Psychology and Other Areas
- Valentino Smith, Business Management

2:00 PM

Cause in a Classroom: Using Facebook to Present Service-Learning Projects in the Traditional Classroom
- Al Leibman, Academic Literacy and Linguistics



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