NJEDge.Net Annual Faculty Showcase
15th Annual Showcase
Every spring NJEDge sponsors a day-long event at one of its member institutions to showcase faculty best practices. Targeted to educators from K-12, higher education, institutional research, and healthcare-related teaching, this is an opportunity for them to show their work to NJ colleagues.
The showcase features dynamic presentations and posters on technology-mediated instruction. This is an excellent arena for NJEDge members, faculty, researchers and professional staff to present on the newest applications and latest ideas about learning activities for on-ground and online courses.
Each presentation is 25 minutes in length; ideal for showing works-in-progress, student/faculty projects, or leading-edge research. Poster presentation is an effective because it allows participants to discuss informally their work with colleagues. At the faculty showcase there is designated slot for poster sessions. There is a poster contest where the winner gets an all paid pass to the annual conference.
NJEDge.Net 15th Annual Faculty Showcase
Friday, March 28th 2014 at 8:30am-3:30pm
Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, New Jersey, United States
8:30am - 3:30pm
Speakers and Schedule
Erin Templeton is the Anne Morrison Chapman Distinguished Professor of International Study and an Associate professor of English at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. There she teaches 20th and 21st C American and Anglophone literature and also directs Converse ' s study travel programming. She has published essays on William Carlos Williams's long poem "Paterson" as well as on Ezra Pound's relationship with early twentieth-century pianist and composer, George Antheil. She is a regular contributor to The Chronicle of Higher Education blog, ProfHacker and is working on a book manuscript that explores male-female authorial collaboration in transatlantic modern poetry.
You can follow her on Twitter as @eetempleton
Ken has been designing and teaching online courses since 2000. He was the Manager of Instructional Technology at the New Jersey Institute of Technology for seven years where he managed the design of online courses for the University as well as for corporate clients. From 2008-2012 he directed the Federal writing grant at Passaic County Community College. He continues to teach at PCCC and also online for the graduate program in Professional Technical Communication at NJIT. Ken has taught in a MOOC environment forp2pu.org since 2011 and taught the "Academia and the MOOC" course offered byNJEDge.Net in the Canvas Network in 2013. Ken started his career in education in 1975 as a secondary school teacher of English.
Schedule at http://njedge.net/activities/facultyshowcase/2014/schedule.php