Schedule of Events

To register for the presentation sessions and lunch, please see the registration form.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
11:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. Morning Sessions
(Moody Library - Study Commons East)

Lightning Round Session with 3 presentations:
  • Dr. Jim Garven - The use of Web 2.0 technologies for enhancing course delivery

  • Nan Ketchum & Cheryl Tucker - Learning in a Winter Wonderland: A virtual classroom in the midst of an ice storm!

  • Dr. Daniel M. Shafer & Dr. Cory Carbonara - The Psychological Impact of Next Generation Game Systems: Presence and perceived reality as predictors of motion-based video game enjoyment
12:00 - 12:20 p.m. Break *lunch provided for registered participants
12:10 -
12:50 p.m.
Afternoon Session *lunch provided
(Moody Library - Study Commons East)

Lightning Round Session with 2 presentations:
  • Sha Towers, Lauren Shively & Stephen Gusukuma - Collaborative Tools for the Classroom and the Cloud

  • Dr. Paul Primrose - Outside Echo Support for Inside Classroom Discussions
1 - 3 p.m. Poster Presentations with light refreshments and door prize!
(Moody Library - Allbritton Foyer)
Poster Topics (check back for updates):
  • Derek Tonkin - BearAware - Protect Your Past. Secure Your Future.

  • Jayne Fader - Global sourcing needs addressed via Chinese & Spanish apparel product documentation & drawings using WebPDM and Adobe Illustrator

  • Jayne Fader - Apparel product/vendor comparisons using WebPDM
  • Jayne Fader - Students utilize software and fabric printer to design and create garments for the year 3010
  • John C. Robinson - Facebook: A 24/7 Training Tool
  • Dr. Lesley McAllister - Integrating Google Sites into Course Projects in Piano Pedagogy

  • Cheryl Tucker & Stephanie Allen - Nursing Student's Access to the Electronic Medical Record: A Paradigm Shift

  • Bruce Blair - Maintaining Test Integrity and Equipping Nursing Students for the NCLEX-RN Test Environment: Electronic Proctoring with Tegrity

  • Marsha Dougherty - High Fidelity Simulation Integrated into Theory content

  • Dr. Tony Talbert & Adeline Meira - Social Issues Must Be Social: Using Web 2.0 and Social Media on a Social Issues Class.

  • Patrick Shen & Adeline Meira - The Big Premiere: Course Trailers for Higher Education
  • Megan K. Johnson Adeline Meira - Course blogs: Making connections outside of the four walls of the classroom
  • Dr. Paul Primrose - Outside Echo Support for Inside Classroom Discussions
  • Dr. Pat Arredondo - Assistive Technology for All Students: An Introduction
  • Michael Anthony - Assistive Technology for All Students: Talking Dictionary
  • Corinne Stephenson - Assistive Technology for All Students: Neo 2
  • Rebecca Braswell - Assistive Technology for All Students: I-Pad
  • Kelyn Gum - Assistive Technology for All Students: Kurzweil
  • Jessica Bancale - Assistive Technology for All Students: Co-Writer
  • Rachel Origer & Melissa Bohls -  Assistive Technology for All Students: Universal Access to Microsoft Word for Mac's & PC's
  • Emily Gregori & Cami Welch - Assistive Technology for All Students: Thinking Reader/UDL Books
  • Veronica Benavides - Assistive Technology for All Students: Reading Pen
  • Sha Towers, Stephen Gusukuma & Lauren Shively - Collaborative Tools for the Classroom and the Cloud
  • Kristine Davis - Poster Presentation Voting Station
  • David Taylor & John Lowe - Building Blocks at Baylor
  • John Lowe - Blackboard Connect
  • John Lowe & Abigail Gamble - Blackboard Mobile