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Saturday, September 15th
2:40 PM

Free, Easy, and Flexible: Creating Civic Engagement Electronic Portfolios Using Google Sites

Ramona Ilea

2:40 PM - 3:05 PM

Berglund 019

I show how my students used Google Sites to set up their civic engagement electronic portfolios, explain how to create a portfolio, show examples, and highlight the advantages of Google Sites.

Overcoming the Algebra Barrier with Mobile Devices

Mike Charles
Steve Rhine, Willamette University
Linda Samek, George Fox University
Rachel Harrington, Western Oregon University

2:40 PM - 1:40 PM

Berglund 139

Join us for a hands-on look at apps that can help further develop students' conceptual understanding of algebra at many levels. Bring your own iPad, or we will provide one for you to use at the session.

Productive Partnership -- Professional Development through MAT Students

Shawn T. Daley, Concordia University - Portland
Rhiannon Boettcher, Hazelbrook Middle School
Donn Maier, Portland Lutheran School

2:40 PM - 3:40 PM

Berglund 145

This session will discuss the results of a partnership between the Portland Lutheran School and Concordia University, designed to allow MAT students to provide professional development in technology for PLS staff.

Team-based Learning (TBL) with distance technology is a good fit

Nancy E. Krusen, Pacific University

2:40 PM - 3:40 PM

Berglund 121

This workshop presents the Team-Based Learning (TBL) approach using distance technology to promote student problem solving and critical thinking skills in small groups.

3:15 PM

Are e-readers Practical in the Analysis of Primary Texts?

Lynda Irons, Pacific University
Pauline Beard, Pacific University

3:15 PM - 3:40 PM

Berglund 019

Given the prevalence of digital technology, the Library is conducting a project to evaluate e-reader usage in an English research methods course. This presentation will discuss the reality of that project.