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  1. Using Technology to Be the Difference in Students' LivesThu, 30 Jul 2015 08:45:00 PDT
    Increased engagement equals increased retention. Learn how to use email more effectively. Websites like Remind, AnyMeeting, EventBrite, and others help engage students and teachers. When the gap between communication is shortened, engagement occurs, and faculty can help meet some basic needs of students; safety, love and belonging, esteem, and self-actualization. Come be the difference in students' lives. More...
  2. Encouraging Faculty Buy-In Through Recognition and TrainingFri, 31 Jul 2015 11:00:00 PDT
    Too much information! Thats what we heard from students after teaching a full day, in-person class covering 15 toxicology and environmental health databases. This session covers our solution to the information overload problem. Learn how we moved from synchronous to asynchronous, chunked our content, and made our students happy by using Guide on the Side and discovery exercises. More...
  3. Tracking Faculty Data with an ERP SystemThu, 30 Jul 2015 14:00:00 PDT
    Tracking affiliate faculty using the colleges student information system enables Southwestern College administrators to evaluate aggregate data as well as current and historical data on individual affiliates. In this session we will review our process for faculty data tracking, discuss how the data are used, and brainstorm ways to achieve similar outcomes at your institutions. More...
  4. A Stress-Free Technology Approach to Science and Math - New Jersey Center for Teaching and LearningThu, 30 Jul 2015 12:45:00 PDT
    The New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learnings (CTL) webpage, www.njctl.org, hosts 40+ K-12 math and science courses for free use. Resources include formative assessment questions for BYOD initiatives, labs, assessments, etc. This session will demonstrate how the core philosophies, pedagogies, assessment strategies, and technology integration are woven together to create a successful approach to science and mathematics education. More...
  5. Implementation of New Technology In School Districts and Institutions Using Professional DevelopmentThu, 30 Jul 2015 14:00:00 PDT
    Constructing a website that contains a library of videos aids in the technology transition by giving the faculty/staff access to the site at any time and the ability to work at their own pace. Successful technology integration happens when practice time and additional support are provided to the faculty/staff. Studies researched involved technology implementation and Malcolm Knowless Theory of Andragogy. More...
  6. Need Zing? Use Jing!Fri, 31 Jul 2015 09:45:00 PDT
    Learn how to enrich your online courses with this free screencast product by TechSmith. In this session, you will see a live demonstration of how to use this product, watch actual screencasts that were created using Jing, discuss pros and cons of the product, and brainstorm ways to use Jing in courses you teach or for asynchronous training. More...
  7. Mix It Up! With Office MixFri, 31 Jul 2015 08:30:00 PDT
    Microsoft Office introduced a PowerPoint add-in that allows you to easily create engaging online lessons based on new or existing presentations. You can record sound, video, and even drawings on slides. As difficult as this all may sound, Office has found a way to make it incredibly easy! Come see how easy it can be! More...
  8. To Record or Not To Record - THAT Is the Question!Fri, 31 Jul 2015 09:45:00 PDT
    Are you recording your lectures? You should be! We will explore several options (some FREE) to record lectures which can be embedded in your course - Learning Management System (LMS). Instant flipped classroom! Each tool will be presented in detail. Live demo(s), time permitting. You can start recording your lectures immediately after this session! More...
  9. The Right Perspective for the U.S. Growth RateFri, 08 May 2015 10:52:24 PDT
    The purpose of this paper is to utilize a previous economic growth hypothesis and apply it to historical facts from the United States between 1948 and 2014 and demonstrate what the appropriate economic growth rate should be. More...
  10. The Right Perspective in Business EducationMon, 30 Mar 2015 11:54:37 PDT
    The development of economic theories derived by mathematical exposition has been explosive in the past, but the interpretation of economic theories has remained extremely primitive for long time say for more than fifty years because, the assumption, which underlies the use of mathematics, has not been formerly scrutinized. Consequently, teachers of economic theories have misled their students in interpreting economic theories and business models. My concern in this paper is to put business education in the right perspective. Thus, one of the purposes of this paper is to reintroduce a model[1], which I have developed previously, by which the validity of the interpretation of an economic theory, such as the marginal rate of substation in an indifference curve, can be tested. The major purpose of the paper is to apply the above model in interpreting the concept of economics, such as marginal rate of substitution, so that interpretation of an economic theory, thus teaching in business and economics can be put in right perspective. [1] See Paul Kim, A Fundamental of Scientific Inquiry in Economics, http://scholarspace.jccc.edu/econpapers/6. More...