MDLA Fall Event - Teaching and Learning In the Digital Age
November 15, 2016. 8AM – 12:30 PM. Anne Arundel Community College, Arundel Mills Campus.
This popular half-day event is a great way to meet colleagues and attend hands-on concurrent sessions that offer tips, strategies, and lessons learned. We open with an engaging panel discussion and move into a packed morning of sessions. Bring your tablet, mobile device, or laptop! We are seeking proposals that highlight creative applications of technology that enhance teaching and learning.
FALL 2016 Keynote Address
Guiding Students Down the Path of Integrity: Successes and Opportunities
Ms. Tess Gillis, Academic Integrity officer, Stevenson University.
Tess Gillis is Stevenson University’s Academic Integrity Officer. Ms. Gillis holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from James Madison University, and has 20 years of experience managing small business offices including a private healthcare practice. Ms. Gillis tracks academic misconduct and ensures that policy and processes are followed appropriately. Using a variety of proactive methods, she strives to bring awareness to all students of the importance of integrity not only in their academics, but also in professional working environments.
- Adding a Dedicated Line to Engage Students through Text Messaging
- PowerPoint: From Drab to Fab Using Office Mix
- Creating Video Resources for Your Students: Even Easier Than You Thought
- Move over Prezi. Meet Sway
- Open Educational Resources – Big Changes Are Here Now and Growing
- Maryland Flipped Classroom Study for Higher Education
- Using the YouTube Automatic Captions Feature