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Vice Provost for Instruction/Professor of History/Director |
Research Academy for University Learning |
Montclair State University
Vice Provost for Learning, Director, Research Academy for University Learning, and Professor of History, Montclair University (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1976). He has been the founding director of four major teaching and learning centers: the Center for Teaching Excellence at New York University, the Searle Center for Teaching Excellence at Northwestern University, the Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University, and the Research Academy for University Learning at Montclair.
Karen Swan is the Stukel Distinguished Professor of Educational
Leadership at the University of Illinois Springfield, where she also is
involved in the Center for Online Learning, Research and Service
(COLRS). Dr. Swan's research has been in the general area of media and
learning; her more recent interests include online learning, ubiquitous
computing, and education policy. |
Distinquished Professor of Ed Leadership
University of Illinois Springfield
One University Plaza, MS BRK 377
Springfield, IL 62703
217-206-7424; FAX: 217-206-6494
Dr. Angela T. Ragusa
BA (Psych) MS (Soc) MS (Sci&TechStudies) PhD (Sociology)
Senior Lecturer, Sociology; BA Honours Course Coordinator
Editor-in-Chief Rural Society http://rsj.e-contentmanagement.com/\\\\
Charles Sturt University
School of Humanities & Social Sciences
Boorooma Street Locked Bag 678
Wagga Wagga NSW 2678 Australia
phone: 011-1-6-2-6933-2248 / fax: 02-6933-2792
forthcoming book: Interaction in Communication Technologies and Virtual Learning Environments: Human Factors
James Zimmerman, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Research Academy for University Learning
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Montclair State University
139B Sprague Library
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
James has recently moved from Missouri State University where, from 2002 to 2007, he was a tenured member of the chemistry faculty as well as a faculty associate of the institution's Faculty Development Center. He comes to Montclair State University to serve as the Associate Director of the Research Academy on University Learning. During the past decade, Dr. Zimmerman has participated in professional development activities at the local, national, and international level. These activities have included developing a Teaching Fellowship program that supports faculty interested in SoTL studies, the mentoring of university and college faculty team projects designed to improve science and mathematics education with an emphasis on addressing issues that often discourage women and minorities from pursuing study in the sciences or mathematics, and presenting the NSF-sponsored Multi-Initiative Dissemination (MID) project curriculum to cohorts of science faculty from a wide-range of academic institutions.
Have you used Sakai to create a dynamic learning environment that has enriched your students' experience? If so, consider applying for the 2010 Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award. This award publicly honors successful pedagogical innovation and best practices in teaching and learning in a Sakai environment. Winners will receive a trip to the 11th Sakai Conference, June xx-xx 2010, Denver, Colorado, USA to give a featured presentation about their teaching with Sakai. All entries will become part of the openedpractices.org repository of best teaching practices.
For more information about the award and the submission deadline, go to the Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award web site: http://openedpractices.org/twsia
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