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George Mason University faculty and staff to present their teaching-focused research at the 14th annual ITL Conference

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Thursday, September 29
 

4:00pm EDT

 
Friday, September 30
 

9:00am EDT

11:00am EDT

1:00pm EDT

2:00pm EDT

3:00pm EDT

4:00pm EDT

11:00pm EDT

A Comparison of Delivery Modalities and Performance in Functional Anatomy Virtual accessSalvatore Ferranti A Minimalist Approach to Providing Feedback on Students’ Writing Virtual accessColleen Sweet Apprenticeship and Alchemy: Practice Theory Perspectives on FWS-Sponsored Research Assistantships Virtual accessSarah Wittman Collaborative Affinity Diagram Assignment Virtual accessLaurie Meamber Combining Sections in Blackboard and the Related Nuances Virtual accessAvinash Mainkar Curriculum Development Using Expert Crowdsourcing for Requirements Determination Virtual accessBrian Ngac Design Thinking in the Classroom: Teaching Students to Reimagine Inspiration, Ideation and Implementation Virtual accessAudrey Pettibon Developing a Multidisciplinary Certificate Program Virtual accessDebra Stroiney Improving Discussion Board Peer Responses through Student-Generated Questions Virtual accessChristina Grieco Language and Interaction Guidelines for Discussing Race Online Virtual access Mapping the Scholarly Community Virtual accessBilly Howell Promoting Diversity in Internship Programs Virtual accessCatherine Dobson Recorded & Scalable Guest Lectures: A COVID-19 Inspired Model Virtual accessBrian Ngac Three Modes of Students’ Research Poster Presentation: Pre and Post-Pandemic Virtual accessEunmee Lee Using Games and Artifacts to Teach Global Business Concepts Virtual accessJeremy Plotnick Using Stearns Center Resources to Check Online Quality Virtual accessDarlene Smucny • Debasmita Giri Jana • Monisha Tripathy Using the SET and Other Instruments to Evaluate Your Teaching Virtual accessThomas Wood • Kristien Zenkov • Phillip Mink • Gregory Grimsby What Would You Do? Connecting Algorithmic Thinking to Ethics Through Role-Plays Virtual accessAshish Hingle • Aditya Johri