Presentations by CNDLS Staff and Associated Faculty

 

2016

Bass, R., McWilliams, M., Buckingham Shum, S., Goldsmith, R., & Wang, X. (2016, April). Reflecting on Reflective Writing Analytics: Assessment Challenges and Iterative Evaluation of a Prototype Tool. Presented at the Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference, Edinburgh, UK.

Debelius, M. & May S. (2016, April). Rethinking Career Preparation for Humanities Ph.D.s, invited keynote at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate Career Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Debelius, M. Linkon, S, and Pavesich, M. (2016, February). Mapping Goals and Affordances, American Association of Colleges and Universities Assessment Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Maloney, E., and Debelius, M. (2016, February). New designs in teaching and technology-enhanced learning. Presented at the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC.

Maloney, E. (2016, January). MyDante: Contemplative reading online. Presented at the Modern Language Association, Austin, TX.

2015

Baynes, B. (2015, August). MOOCs and libraries: A brewing collaboration [Webinar]. In the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) Webinars. Please click here to see the presentation slides (starting at slide 23).

Baynes, B., Martin, S., Pennestri, S., Russell, J., & Vovides, Y. (2015, April). Our migration experience to an online environment: Challenges, processes, outcomes. Presented at the Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium, Dallas, TX.

Baynes, B., Schoeninger, A., & Walter, R. (2014, June). MOOCs and me: Georgetown’s experience with edX. Presented at the New Media Consortium Summer Conference, Portland, OR.

Cunningham, D. (2015, November). Leveraging tablet technology for oral proficiency in German. Presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) annual convention, San Diego, CA.

Debelius, M. & Basalla, S. (2015, October). So what are you going to do with that? Finding careers outside academia. Presented at the Georgetown University Cawley Career Center, Washington, DC.

Debelius, M. (2015, December). So what are you going to do with that? Finding careers outside academia. Keynote Speaker at the CUNY Post Grad (Center) Conference, Putting Your Graduate Skills and Training to Work, New York, NY.

Demaree, D. (2015, July). GeorgetownX goes to high school: AP Physics C: Electricity & magnetism. Presented at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, College Park, MD.

Leow, R. (2015, April). Effects of a psycholinguistically-motivated educational video game on L2 learning outcomes and processes: the case of the complex Spanish ‘Gustar’ constructions. Presented at the annual meeting of Graduate Portuguese and Hispanic Symposium (GRAPHSY) Conference, Washington, DC.

Leow, R. (2015, March). E-tutors, cognitive processes, and L2 development. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Toronto, Canada.

Leow, R. (2015, July). Promoting robust learning in the foreign language classroom. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) Conference, Denver, CO.

Leow, R., Cerezo L., & Moreno N. (2015, July). Are tasks at all possible in fully online language learning? Introducing talking to avatars and the maze game. Presented at the annual Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) conference, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain.

Maloney, E. (2015, September). The impact of MOOCs. Presented at HybridEd 2015, Toledo, Spain.

Maloney, E. (2015, September). New approaches to technology-enhanced learning. Presented at EdCrunch 2015, Moscow, Russia.

Maloney, E. (2015, September). Technology-enhanced learning: Silver bullet or challenge to learning. Presented at EdCrunch 2015, Moscow, Russia.

Maloney, E., and Ambrosio, F. (2015, September). MyDante: Contemplative reading in MOOCs. Presented at HybridEd 2015, Toledo, Spain.

Martin, S., Pennestri, S., Russell, J., Baynes, B., & Vovides, Y. (2015, April). Our migration experience to an online environment: Challenges, processes, outcomes. Presented at the Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium, Dallas, TX.

Melucci, D. (2015, March). Designing a hybrid format for third semester Italian: Methods and outcomes. Presented at the American Association for Italian Studies Conference, Boulder, CO.

Melucci, D. & Hipwell, L. (2015, November). Creation of hybrid format for second-year Italian language courses. Presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.

Mulroney, S., Whitney, J., & Myers, A. (2015, March). Use of a learning management system and related technology to improve physiology classroom teaching. Presented at Experimental Biology (EB), Boston, MA.

Pankova, M. (2015, July). What can the analysis of discourse structure and appraisal choices in online course&em;based chats by advanced foreign language learners and native speakers tell us about telecollaboration as a venue for intercultural and linguistic learning? Presented at the International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), Aachen, Germany.

Park, T. (2015, June). Improving self-study quizzes with answer feedback designs. Presented at the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Riley, J., Olson, T., & Elmendorf, H. (2015, January). Panel discussion: How it can be done: Making well-being a core element of institutional purpose. Presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) annual meeting, Washington, DC.

Screen, A. & Lubkin, J. (2015, March). Teacher and student perspectives on learning in flipped grammar course. Presented at the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Toronto, Canada.

Uren, A. (2015, June). Using social media to teach gross anatomy in a large class. Presented at the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Vovides, Y., McWilliams, M., Pongsajapan, R., Youmans, T., Arthur, P., & Davis, D. (2015, March). Examining learners' cognitive presence through linguistic analysis in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Presented at the 5th International Learning Analytics & Knowledge Conference, Poughkeepsie, NY.

Whitney, J., Myers, A., & Mulroney, S. (2015, June). Using self-directed learning (SDL) workshops for flipped classrooms. Presented at the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Yarden, R., LaRocque, J., & Gusev, Y. (2015, June). In-class immersion of ‘big data’ technologies to improve students’ understanding of genomic instability and systems biology. Presented at the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

2014

Baynes, B., Schoeninger, A., & Walter, R. (2014, June). MOOCs and me: Georgetown's experience with edX. Presented at the New Media Consortium Summer Conference, Portland, OR.

Demaree, D., Garr, W., & Church, S. (2014, July). The intersection of learning design and game design: A robust strategy for creating effective educational games. Presented at The Physics Education Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Demaree, D., Garr, W., Rostain, T., McWilliams, M., Salah, J., Gaston, T., & Church, S. (2014, October). Developing a robust design strategy for creating an effective educational game: A collaboration of faculty, learning designers, and game developers. Presented at The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Annual Conference, Quebec City, Canada.

Demaree, D., Kuhn, K. & Pennestri, S. (2014, October). Creating online learning modules: Attending to student affect and cognition. Presented at the The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Denver, CO.

Demaree, D., Kuhn, K., Pennestri, S., Regner, L., Russell, J. & Vovides, Y. (2014, October). Intimate online classrooms: Translating face-to-face experiences to online environments. Presented at the The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Denver, CO.

Haddad, B. R., Russell, J., Pennestri, S., Demaree, D., Tan, M., & Peshkin, B. N. (2014, October). Changing the landscape of genomics education through a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): Genomic medicine gets personal. Presented at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting, San Diego, CA.

Janssens, P., Gustafson, N., & Garr, W. (2014, April). Toward a partial hybrid curriculum for Spanish lower level courses. Presented at the Conference on Language, Learning, and Culture, Virginia International University, Fairfax, VA.

Leow, R. (2014, October). Promoting more robust L2 learning: One psycholinguistic-based CALL sample. Presented at the annual meeting of the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) Conference, Columbia, SC.

Leow, R., Janssens, P., Gustafson, N., Garr, W., & Caras, A. (2014, April). Using CALL for more robust L2 learning: A psycholinguistic approach. Presented at the Conference on Language, Learning, and Culture, Virginia International University, Fairfax, VA.

Leow, R. & Caras, A. (2014, May). Foreign language learning and gaming. Presented at the Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Lubkin, J. & Screen, A. (2014, April). Effectively flipping an ESL grammar class: An action research project. Presented at the Conference on Language, Learning, and Culture, Virginia International University, Fairfax, VA.

Lubkin, J. & Screen A. (2014, April). ITEL showcase: flipping language and linguistics. Presented at the Initiative for Technology-Enhanced Learning Showcase, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Maloney, E. (2014, October). Catalyst for change: Experimentation in technology-enhanced learning. Presented at the University of Texas, Arlington, TX.

Maloney, E. (2014, June). Experimenting with Technology-Enhanced Learning. Presented at the edX Global Forum, Delft, The Netherlands.

Meshulam, E. (2014). What have we learned about MOOCs. Presented at the New Media Consortium Summer Conference. Portland, OR. The video, which shares CNDLS' best practices in MOOC production, can be viewed at https://interlude.fm/v/ab?vid=AnpXBM

Meyer, O. & Lovett, M. (2014, July). Using Carnegie Mellon’s Open Learning Initiative (OLI) to support the teaching of introductory statistics: Experiences, assessments, and lessons learned. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Flagstaff, AZ.

Meyer, O. & Patel, P. (2014, July). Using the Open Learning Initiative (OLI) to support teaching statistics to international politics students. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Flagstaff, AZ.

Myers, A., Mulroney, S., & Stahl, C. (2014, June). Technology-enhanced learning and flipped classroom exercises in physiology. Presented at the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Screen, A. & Lubkin, J. (2014, March). Flipping a grammar class: What, why, and how? Presented at the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Portland, OR.

Sigman, B., Selvanadin, M., Garr, W., Pongsajapan, R., & Bolling, K. (2014, November). Teaching how to integrate real time big data analysis and visualization for better decision making. Presented at the Annual Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Tampa, FL.

Syverson, E., Russell, J., & Pennestri, S. (2014, June). Using video simulation to enhance physician-patient communication. Presented at the New Media Consortium Conference, Portland, OR.

Wardzala, K., & Stephen, B. (2014, February). DIVE: A four-step framework for creating meaningful short-term experiences abroad. Presented at the Workshop on Intercultural Skills Enhancement, Winston Salem, NC.

2013

McWilliams, M. & Riley, J. (2013). Using evidence to promote engaged learning and student well-being. Presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges and Universities, Atlanta, GA.

2012

Pennestri, S., Russell, J., & Clabaugh, S. (2012, January). Campus-wide lecture capture deployment and effectiveness. Presented at the EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Selvanadin, M., Secor, J., Oppermann, M., & Kruse, A. (2012, February). Pegasus: CNDLS ePortolio tool. Presented at the ELI Annual Meeting, Austin, TX.

2009

Maloney, E., Schlafly, T. & Ambrosio, F. (2009, December). My Dante and Ellipsis: Defining the user’s role in a virtual reading community. Presented at the Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Minstero per i Beni e le Attivita Culturali, Florence, Italy.