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FITT 2012 Projects


Christa Acampora (Philosophy)
There's an app for that! Increasing student engagement in a large lecture course
Gale
Elaine Gale (Special Education)
Implementing video apps in sign language courses to increase student learning and engagement
Jeff Allred (English)
Novel hacks: Past, present, and future of a genre
Hauber Mark Hauber (Psychology)
Digital Treasurehunt
Baecher
Laura Baecher (Curriculum & Teaching)
Online videocases in ELL pedagogy

Yang Hu (Curriculum & Teaching)
Strengthening integrative and reflective learning through ePortfolios
Jonathan Cain (Library)
Digital Research Journal
Janette Gomos Klein (Biology)
Introducing new media and online assessment in Biol 230
Clarkson-Williams
Sandra Clarkson (Mathematics & Statistics)
with Bill Williams
Building a web-based statistics course

Ricardo Miranda (Film & Media)
Created a website for a web development course which included
a series of introductory lectures on the history of Information Theory and the early Internet, HTML, CSS and Javascript.
Manuel C. Co Jr. (Nursing)
Using ePortfolios to document evidence of performance in an internship
Jody Polleck (Curriculum & Teaching)
Using hybrid classes to enhance students' collaboration and advocacy
Milagros Denis-Rosario (APRLS)
Tracing modern Puerto Rican history
Alexandra Tsybeskov Plavskin (Nursing)
Academic Health Care Record

Anthony de Jesus (Social Work)
Ways of knowing: Perspective on schools

Jeanne Weiler (Educational Foundations/Sociology)
Making the connections: Hunter Noyce Scholars ePortfolio project

Anthony DeVito (Urban Public Health)
Multimedia Lab Manual - Biostatistics
Clarkson-Williams Bill Williams (Mathematics & Statistics)
with Sandra Clarkson
Building a web-based statistics course