Poster Sessions

The 2015 Teacher Professor Technology Conference has ended

A Group Video Project that Engages Students from Multiple Disciplines
   Ruth L. Eudy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Assessing a Blended Approach to Learning in Introduction to Sociology
   Yvonne Luna, Northern Arizona University

Balancing Instructional Methods with Student Learning Styles
   Donna Ross, Mount Ida College

Blending Old and New: Incorporating the Socratic Method into Online Discussions
   Stephanie Maher Palenque, Grand Canyon University

Comparison of Hybrid and Traditional Lecture Formats in Introductory Microbiology
   Alison Adams, Northern Arizona University

Developing an Online Undergraduate Statistics Course
   Erin Hodgess, University of Houston – Downtown

Digital Fluency: Moving University Faculty from Literacy to Fluency
   Debra Espinor, Linda Samek, and Anna Berardi, George Fox University

Introduction to Decision-based Learning
   Ken Plummer and Richard Swan, Brigham Young University

Linking Classroom and Field Activities using Mobile Technology
   Randall Griffiths and Heather Barton-Weston, University of the Incarnate Word

Matching Effective Mentoring Characteristics with Online Mentorship Training
   Carol Marcotte, University of New England

Mobile Learning Innovation in Information Literacy Skills Training
   Alice Schmidt Hanbidge, Nicole Sanderson, and Tony Tin, Renison University College, University of Waterloo

Old Dog, New Tricks! Using Learning Contracts in Online Courses
   Kendra Hollern, Valdosta State University

Online/Hybrid Course Templates for Consistent and Customized Online Learning
   Lauren Panton and Becky Borello, Chatham University

Opportunities and Challenges of Videoconference as a Course Delivery Tool
   Eleni Pliakoni, Sara Gragg, and Royce Ann Collins, Kansas State University

Optimizing Technology to Identify Faculty Interests and Develop Responsive Faculty Development Programming
   Brian Smentkowski, Queens University of Charlotte and Steve Breiner, Appalachian State University

Picture This: Using Infographics to Transform Teaching and Learning
   Hope Nordstrom, Lipscomb University

Pinning for Participation: How Pinterest Sparked Early Class Engagement
   Beverly Amer, Northern Arizona University

Positive Reward System Enhances Class Participation in a Flipped Classroom
   Cara Gomez, Delaware State University

Space to Teach: Adaptive Technology in the English Classroom
   Karen Redding, Ashley Armour, Matthew Horton, Kelly Dahlin, and Shannon Gilstrap, University of North Georgia

Teaching New Faculty about the Technology Used on Campus
   Susan Rolls, Texas State University

Technology for Advancing Pedagogical Reasoning
   Stephanie Grote-Garcia, Ana Gonzalez, and Elda Martinez, The University of the Incarnate Word

Technology in Team-Based Learning
   Michael, T. Dreznick, Our Lady of the Lake College

The Positive of Negative Grading
   Richard W. Swinney, Northwest Mississippi Community College

The Use of Tablet Devices in the Practical Nurse Program
   Amelia Chauvette, Thompson Rivers University

Using Mobile Technology to Improve Student Writing
   Torre Kelley, Deborah Watlington, and Annette Cornelius, University of Memphis, Lambuth Campus

Virtual Proximity: Three Factors That Affect the Perception of Mobility
   Thomas Dyer and Jacob Aroz, Grand Canyon University