Teaching and Learning with Technology
5th Annual Symposium
May 10, 2014
Mary Beth Youse presented
“Flipping the Classroom,
Making the Most of Your
Video Instruction.”
Sandra Bennett presented
“Writing Goals and Objectives
for Your Online Course.”
Russ Lichterman presented
“Video Lectures: the Cheap
and Easy Way.”
Adam Voyton presented
“Password Management.”
Adam answers a
question during his
Password
Management
workshop.
Missy Wanstall demonstrates
classroom technology in “Holistic
Learning: Tools and Techniques
that Nurture Curiosity and
Pr...
Sandy McVey presented
“Holistic Learning: Tools and
Techniques that Nurture
Curiosity and Promote
Engagement.”
Missy Wanstall and Sandy
McVey were co-presenters.
Christopher Lenhart
presented “Google In and
Out of the Classroom.”
Workshop attendees
received hands-on
instruction during “Google in
and out of the Classroom.”
Dr. JuliaGrace Jester
presented “A Zombie
Themed Blended Class
Model for Integrating
Technologies and Flipping
the Classro...
Jason Beaudin co-presented
“A Zombie Themed Blended
Class Model for Integrating
Technologies and Flipping
the Classroom.”
The Instructional
Design Team
hosted the
discussion room
“Hot Topics.”
Dr. Sallie Reissman, Senior Director
of Online Learning at Wilmington
University, welcomed workshop
attendees to “HOT Topi...
Dr. Matt Davis,
Director of Online
Learning and
Educational
Technology,
responds to an
attendee’s question
during “HOT Top...
Stephen Buchanan,
Instructional Design
Manager, makes a
point during “HOT
Topics.”
Kate Cottle
presented
“SafeAssign.”
Dr. Lemar White presented
“Placing Success in Their Hands:
Engaging Students through Tools
They Currently Use.”
Sallie Reissman introduced the
keynote speaker, Sandra Bennett.
Sandra Bennett delivered
the keynote address,
“How to Make Your Online
Course Bloom.”
Sandra Bennett was
awarded the 2013
Blackboard Catalyst
Award for Exemplary
Course.
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Springtime is when the world wakes up from its nap – days are warmer, the sun shines longer, and everything in nature comes back to life! Renew your commitment to educational technology with us at Wilmington University for Technology in Bloom, a day of workshops dedicated to online learning and educational technology. Let us help you pick the right tech tool for the right job with 12 different workshops on a variety of technology and learning topics.

If you can’t attend in person several workshops and the keynote address will be offered live online, and online attendees will even have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in workshops virtually. At Wilmington University technology is in bloom – are you?

Wilmington University proudly presents the 5th annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium on Saturday, May 10, 2014. This conference will allow for participants to understand how to choose the best Ed Tech tools for instruction.

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Photos of Presenters from Wilmington University's 2014 Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium

  1. 1. Teaching and Learning with Technology 5th Annual Symposium May 10, 2014
  2. 2. Mary Beth Youse presented “Flipping the Classroom, Making the Most of Your Video Instruction.”
  3. 3. Sandra Bennett presented “Writing Goals and Objectives for Your Online Course.”
  4. 4. Russ Lichterman presented “Video Lectures: the Cheap and Easy Way.”
  5. 5. Adam Voyton presented “Password Management.”
  6. 6. Adam answers a question during his Password Management workshop.
  7. 7. Missy Wanstall demonstrates classroom technology in “Holistic Learning: Tools and Techniques that Nurture Curiosity and Promote Engagment.”
  8. 8. Sandy McVey presented “Holistic Learning: Tools and Techniques that Nurture Curiosity and Promote Engagement.”
  9. 9. Missy Wanstall and Sandy McVey were co-presenters.
  10. 10. Christopher Lenhart presented “Google In and Out of the Classroom.”
  11. 11. Workshop attendees received hands-on instruction during “Google in and out of the Classroom.”
  12. 12. Dr. JuliaGrace Jester presented “A Zombie Themed Blended Class Model for Integrating Technologies and Flipping the Classroom.”
  13. 13. Jason Beaudin co-presented “A Zombie Themed Blended Class Model for Integrating Technologies and Flipping the Classroom.”
  14. 14. The Instructional Design Team hosted the discussion room “Hot Topics.”
  15. 15. Dr. Sallie Reissman, Senior Director of Online Learning at Wilmington University, welcomed workshop attendees to “HOT Topics.”
  16. 16. Dr. Matt Davis, Director of Online Learning and Educational Technology, responds to an attendee’s question during “HOT Topics.”
  17. 17. Stephen Buchanan, Instructional Design Manager, makes a point during “HOT Topics.”
  18. 18. Kate Cottle presented “SafeAssign.”
  19. 19. Dr. Lemar White presented “Placing Success in Their Hands: Engaging Students through Tools They Currently Use.”
  20. 20. Sallie Reissman introduced the keynote speaker, Sandra Bennett.
  21. 21. Sandra Bennett delivered the keynote address, “How to Make Your Online Course Bloom.”
  22. 22. Sandra Bennett was awarded the 2013 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Exemplary Course.
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