New for 2022, SITT will include live panels on September 8 to give SITT attendees and asynchronous presenters a chance to ask and answer questions and briefly discuss the pre-recorded talks. We encourage attendees to submit a question for a particular speaker or speakers ahead of time using the SITT 2022 Panel Questions survey.
The panel speakers will be divided into two concurrent sessions in one Zoom room, arranged by theme to encourage discussion. Using the breakout rooms feature, the audience will have a chance to interact with presenters in small groups moderated by SITT faculty advisors. Use the schedule below to select the session you find most interesting; attendees will be sorted in breakout rooms once the meeting begins.
Note: These panels were a live-only feature of SITT 2022 and were not recorded.
12-12:20pm: Exploring Online Workflows and Tools
Moderator: Julia Chamberlain
- Victoria Cross: Using Gradescope to bring some of the features of online tests into in-person exams
- Cecilia Giulivi, Stanley Marks & Erik Fausak: Creating an online asynchronous module to complement professional student literature searching and critical evaluation for Case-based Learning
12:25-12:45pm: Fostering Learner Collaboration
Moderator: Patricia Turner
- Maria Trnkova: Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique
- Susan Gentry: Frequent student presentations in a technology-enhanced classroom (Walker 1330)
12-12:20pm: Encouraging Active Learning
Moderator: Hannah Minter Anderson
- Whitney Duim: Using the diverse question types in iClicker to engage students in the classroom
- Yutian Tan: Strategies and Practices in Facilitating Students' Class Engagement
- Luxin Wang and Fei Xue: Comparison of Fully immersive VR, Desktop VR, and PowerPoint in Food Microbiology Laboratory Instruction
12:25-12:45pm: Centering Learner Buy-In and Needs
Moderator: Andy Jones
- Joshua Hori: Ensuring your Social Media posts are accessible
- Sheena Campbell: Open Pedagogy & Publishing: Student-Authored OER
- Heather J. Hether: The Collaborative Syllabus: Unmuting Students by Inviting them into Course Design
Stick around in the same Zoom room from 12:45-1pm for Dr. Andy’s Poetry Reading and Friday Preview!