Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grants 2016-2017

  • Rick Blumenthal (PI), CC&IS. Using robotics to enhance student engagement.
  • Kelli Woodrow (PI), Karla Esser. Kay Uchiyama, Meme Kinoti; CCLS, Education. The use of Swivl robotics for international synchronous classroom participation.
  • Elisa Robyn (PI), Carol Hruskocy, April Samaras, Christi Grebenc, CCLS. Human Centered Design workshop.
  • Melissa Brydon (PI), Ellie Baldwin, Paula Humphrey, Charles Igel, CCLS, Education. The using of badging to indicate mastery of professional dispositions.
  • Kay Uchiyama (PI), CCLS. The use of webquests to increase student learning outcomes.
  • Nick Kallan (PI), Regis College, Chemistry. Online tutoring and office hours.
  • Kristofor Voss (PI), John Sakulich, Cath Kleier, Regis College, Biology. The use of electronic data loggers in an undergraduate biology course.
  • Courtney Duggan (PI), Joanna Stratton, Leticia Shea, Alice Davis, RHCHP (interdisciplinary). Using iPads to monitor treatment goals within Neighborhood Health
  • Amy Hammerich (PI), Wendy Anamaet, Amy Rich, RHCHP, Physical Therapy. Video capture and analysis within a simulation laboratory.
  • Bobbi Miller (PI), RHCHP, Counseling and Family Therapy. Enhancement of therapy sessions using video recordings.
  • Tim Noteboom (PI), Mark Reinking, Tom McPoil, RHCHP Physical Therapy. Comparison of traditional versus electronic paper grading.
  • Sherry Fuller (PI), RHCHP, Nursing. The use of touch screens for electronic medication administration