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NJEdge Teaching with Technology Showcase

Presentation at NJEdge Teaching with Technology Showcase

On Friday, February 22, William Paterson hosted the NJEdge Teaching with Technology Showcase. Around 100 instructional technologists and designers, K12 teachers, faculty members, librarians and administrators participated in the showcase, which featured a welcome by President Helldobler, breakout and plenary sessions, and provided opportunities for networking. William Paterson was strongly represented by a number of professional staff and faculty presentations.   

Active Learning: Online and In-Class Strategies and Demonstration 

Steve Betts, Professor, Department of Marketing & Management 
Remberto Jimenez, Department of Educational Technology, New Jersey City University 

Resiliency in Action: Incorporating Technology into Academic Success 
Lynne Orr, Assistant Director, William Paterson University 

Designing a Guided Lesson for First Year Library Instruction 

Cara Berg, Reference & Co-Coordinator of User Education, David & Lorrain Cheng Library, William Paterson University 
Anthony Joachim, Librarian, Reference & Instructional Designer 

Introducing faculty to converting courses to open educational resources 
Robert Harris, Asst. Dir., Center for Teaching with Technology 

Using Ally to Support a Vision-impaired Student 
Jae Kim, Senior Instructional Designer
Housen Maratouk, Instructional Technologist 

Gamin Bartle, Director of Instruction & Research Technology, and two other members of the NJEdge Educational Technology Community of Practice Leadership Team, Danielle Mirliss, Educational Technology and Innovation Coordinator, Pingry School, and Susan Van Alstyne, Library Director, Berkeley College, were responsible for the programming, while NJEdge managed the logistics.  

Thanks to all of you who presented or attended, the event was a big success! 

April 01, 2019