Schedule

9:15AM - 9:45AM

Registration & Breakfast
Pozycki Hall

9:45AM

Welcome Remarks: Ed Christensen, Vice President, Information Technology, Monmouth University
Sheri Prupis, VP of Academic & Community Engagement, NJEDge.Net
Pozycki Auditorium

10:05AM-10:35AM

IGNITE Session



Track 1
Student Success/STEM
Track 2
Assessment/OER
Track 3
Gamification/Emerging Technologies
Track 4
Teaching Innovations
10:50AM - 11:20AM

Learning in Context: Student Success in the Real World
(Rm. 222)

Open and Affordable Textbook (OAT) Grant Program
(Rm. 205)
Game Design and Student Retention: An Opportunity for NJEDge
(Rm. 225)
Mass Murder in the Classroom: The John List Case Study Open Educational Resource Project
(Rm. 228)
11:25AM - 11:50AM Gaming STEM in Humanities Courses
(Rm. 223)
Assessment opens a gateway to learning
(Rm. 206)
Step Your Gaming Up: Engage Students with Gamification
(Rm. 227)
Analogies to Art and Music: Clarifying Content in Non-Major Science Courses
(Rm. 229)
11:55AM - 12:20PM STEM Concepts and Lessons in Life Made Meaningful through the Game of Chess
(Rm. 222)
Real-time Assessment of Student Learning using Tech Tools in Teaching
(Rm. 205)
Makerspaces in Higher Education: Supporting Innovation, Creativity, and Communities of Practice
(Rm. 225)
Create and Accelerate Learning with Adobe Presenter Add-on
(Rm. 228)
12:20PM - 1:00PM

Poster/Vendor Sessions
2nd floor of the Pozycki Hall

1:00PM - 2:00PM

Lunch
2nd floor of the Pozycki Hall


Plenary:
Dr. Lolita Paff, Penn State Berks, Promoting Student Success: Practices to Debunk Misperceptions About Learning

2:00PM - 2:25PM Illumira & CSI – The End User Experience
(Rm. 223)
It’s All About Performance…Implementing Learning Outcomes Across the Gen Ed Curriculum
(Rm. 206)
Using Synchronous Technology to Increase Student Engagement, Collaboration, and Discussion
(Rm. 227)
What is "You Tube" and how it benefits Learning in Higher Education
(Rm. 229)
2:30PM - 2:55PM Traveling to the Peak... A Ticket to Student Success
(Rm. 222)
Familiarity, Flexibility, Funding, and Faculty Buy-In: The indispensable roles of the four “Fs” in the evolution of an implementation team in OER course design
(Rm. 205)
Video Projects in the Classroom: Teaching and Learning Sustainabiity Marketing
(Rm. 225)
Ped Tech 3: “Objectifying” Course Videos as a way to increase Familiarity, Understanding and Retention
(Rm. 228)
3:00PM - 3:25PM Planning for Success: Selecting Instructional Materials for All Students
(Rm. 223)
New technology of students' assessment and its positive outcomes
(Rm. 206)
Performative Hermeneutics: Integrating Hands-on Technology and Literary Study
(Rm. 227)
Teaching Critical Thinking Skills with Thought Experiments & YouTube
(Rm. 229)
3:30PM - 3:55PM   Evaluator Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Online Faculty Assessment
(Rm. 205)
Implementation of a Bioinformatics Research Program for Undergraduates
(Rm. 225)
Promoting Retention using Seminar-based Curricula
(Rm. 228)
4:00PM

Closing