2011 CIT/Educational Technology Conference

Thank you for attending the 2011 CIT / Ed Tech Conference on May 12–we hope to keep you informed of future events that might be of interest to you. And we want to offer a special thank you to this year’s presenters who offered so many rich perspectives on teaching and using educational technology at UMass Boston.

Conference Recordings

Session 1.2
Blogging, Online Role Playing and Athurian Fan Fiction  
Alex Mueller; Adam Overbay; Christine Sands; Kate Unruh

Session 1.3
Two Markets, Two Universities, One Blackboard Course Shell 
Edward Romar, College of Management; Alan Girelli, Distance Learning Program Coordinator; Irene Yukhananov, Instructional Designer; Teodora Hristov, Graduate Student (UMass Boston)

Session 1.4
Questioning Identity Paradigms in the Classroom
Kevin R. Morrissette and Shea Mullaney, English (UMass Boston)

Session 1.6
Writing Out Loud  (audio only)
Duncan Nelson, English; and Andrea Dawes, Keira Simonoff, Luke Wilson, Katie Halowak, Mandy Wang,  Students (University of Massachusetts)

Session 2.1 
Electronic Theses and Dissertations at UMass Boston
Rita Poussaint Nethersole; Andrew Elder

Session 2.3
Camtasia and Beyond
Steve Ackerman   

Session 2.4
Enhancing Motivation in Adult Learning
Joseph Ryan (Cape Cod Community College)

Session 2.5
“Islamicizing” courses in a Euro/American Curriculum
Mary Ball Howkins   

Session 3.1
Getting to know ScholarWorks and SelectedWorks UMass Bostons new scholarly repository
Kenneth Rothwell  

Session 3.4
Breaking the Rules of Discussion: How to Rethink the Student-Centered Classroom    
LaMont Egle, Evelyn Navarre, and Cheryl Nixon, English (UMass Boston)

Session 4.1
Key issues in Teaching with Learning Objects  
Mark Lewis 

Session 4.4
Why is it Important to Teach About Race, Class and Gender?: An Anthropologist’s Viewpoint  
Tara Devi S. Ashok, Anthropology and Biology UMass Boston

Session 5.1
Hybrid Courses: What We can Learn from Quality Matters


Gene Shwalb, Sr. Instructional Designer; Carol Allen, Nursing; and Kate Kiss, Applied Linguistics (UMass Boston)

Session 5.2
Online Collaboration

Bob Schoenberg, Creative and Critical Thinking (UMass Boston)


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