Day 1 – Proceedings

 

Instructive, Informative, Interactive, and Integrative Learning: Digital Tools in Establishing Experiential Excellence – Alisa Craigen, Amin Nikdel, Aris Peci, Vincent Hui, Tejas Mehta, Cathy Truong, Ryerson University

“Hot Ice and Wondrous Strange Snow”: Quantitative Analysis , Data Visualization, and Literary Studies? – Peter Latka, University of Toronto

The Shift from Teaching to Learning: Online Assignments, Assessments and Capstone Projects Across the Undergraduate Spectrum to Enhance Student Centred-Learning and Collaboration – William Ju, Lily Huang, Justin Huang, Tamara Chau, University of Toronto Scarborough

Unexpected Illiteracies and Clunkiness: Imagining ‘Writing for the Web’ for English Majors – Anne Milne – Professor, University of Toronto Scarborough

Story Nations: Lessons Learned in a (Fairly) Digital Classroom – Kaleigh McLelland, MA Candidate – University of Toronto

Partnering Digital Arts and Humanities to Teach Abstract Concepts in Literary Studies – Elzbieta Grodek, PhD, Jonathan Royce, MA, McMaster University

Digital Pedagogy/Humanities and the Role of a Campus Center for Teaching Excellence – Lee Bessette, Faculty Instructional Consultant, Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, University of Kentucky

Facilitating Better Collaborative Learning Capacity: Minimizing ELLs’ Language Barrier – Dr. Elaine Khoo, Centre for Teaching and Learning, and Dr. Sohee Kang, Professor, University of Toronto Scarborough

Digital Simulations of Professional Communication and Metacognitive Pedagogy – Robert Clapperton, Ryerson University

Engagement with Community Organizations in Digital Projects – Jodine Perkins, Indiana University Bloomington

Plenary Session: Teaching Analytics After Snowden – Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta

 

August 19th, 2015

Instructive, Informative, Interactive, and Integrative Learning: Digital Tools in Establishing Experiential Excellence

Alisa Craigen, Amin Nikdel, Aris Peci, Vincent Hui, Tejas Mehta, Cathy Truong,  Ryerson University

Abstract – Hui, V., et al.

Presentation Session Recording – Truong, C., Craigen, Mehta, T.,  A., Nikdel, A., Peci, A., and Hui, V.,

Presentation Materials: Hui, V.,  Mehta, T.,  Nikdel, A.,  Peci, A., and Cathy Truong
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“Hot Ice and Wondrous Strange Snow”: Quantitative Analysis , Data Visualization, and Literary Studies?”

Peter Latka, University of Toronto

Abstract – Latka, P.

Presentation Session Recording  Latka, P. – N/A

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The Shift from Teaching to Learning: Online Assignments, Assessments and Capstone Projects Across the Undergraduate Spectrum to Enhance Student Centred-Learning and Collaboration.

William Ju, Lily Huang, Justin Huang, Tamara Chau, University of Toronto Scarborough

Abstract – Ju, W.

Presentation Session Recording – Ju, William

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Unexpected Illiteracies and Clunkiness: Imagining ‘Writing for the Web’ for English Majors

Anne Milne – Professor, University of Toronto Scarborough

Abstract – Milne, A.

Presentation Session Recording – Milne, A.

Presentation Materials – Milne, A.

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Story Nations: Lessons Learned in a (Fairly) Digital Classroom

Kaleigh McLelland, MA Candidate – University of Toronto

Abstract – Mclelland, K.

Presentation Session Recording – McLelland, K. 

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Partnering Digital Arts and Humanities to Teach Abstract Concepts in Literary Studies

Elzbieta Grodek, PhD, Jonathan Royce, MA, McMaster University

Abstract – Grodek, E., and Royce, J.

Presentation Session Recording – Grodek, E., and Royce, J. 

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Digital Pedagogy/Humanities and the Role of a Campus Center for Teaching Excellence

Lee Bessette, Faculty Instructional Consultant, Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, University of Kentucky

Abstract – Bessette, L.

Presentation Session Recording – Bessette, L. 

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Facilitating Better Collaborative Learning Capacity: Minimizing ELLs’ Language Barrier

Dr. Elaine Khoo, Centre for Teaching and Learning, and Dr. Sohee Kang, Professor, University of Toronto Scarborough

Abstract – Khoo, E., and Kang, S.

Presentation Session Recording – Khoo, E., and Kang, S. 

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Digital Simulations of Professional Communication and Metacognitive Pedagogy – Robert Clapperton, Ryerson University

Abstract – Clapperton, R.

Presentation Session Recording – Clapperton, R. 

Presentation Materials – Clapperton, R.

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Engagement with Community Organizations in Digital Projects – Jodine Perkins, Indiana University Bloomington

Abstract – Perkins, J.

Presentation Materials – Perkins, J.

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Plenary Session: Teaching Analytics After Snowden – Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta

Abstract – Rockwell, G.

Blog Post – Rockwell, G

Presentation Session Recording – Rockwell, G. 

Presentation Materials – Rockwell, G.

Conference Notes – Rockwell, G.