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2020 Digital Learning Award Recipients

 
 

Mariette Barbier

Professor of Microbiology, Immunology, and Cell Biology, School of Medicine: Side-stepped a shortage of lab space by hosting virtual labs using Labster.

 

Christina Glance

Graduate teaching assistant,  Curriculum & Instruction/Literacy Studies, College of Education and Human Services: Utilized tools such as VoiceThread to make online learning and discussion more engaging.

 

Kristina Hash

Professor of  Social Work, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences: Encouraged online storytelling through a variety of media platforms and supported student engagement with the social work community through professional best practices utilizing Twitter.


 

Ashley Martucci

Professor of of Learning Sciences and Human Development/Child Development and Family Studies, College of Education and Human Services: Enabled pre-service teachers to complete their student teaching placements in their home communities by connecting remotely with their professors through video, as well as engaging online, virtually sharing lesson plans, and using VoiceThread.

 
 
 

Clifton Smith

Professor of Journalism, Reed College of Media: Wove essential skills like coding, Adobe Creative Cloud and web design into journalism coursework.

 

Jennifer Ripley Stueckle

Professor of Biology, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences: Performed outreach to local schools through Trout in the Classroom and made sure students of all abilities could participate fully by using adaptive technology.

 

Susan Taylor

Graduate teaching assistant, Curriculum & Instruction/Literacy Studies, College of Education and Human Services: Encouraged students to share their favorite technology tools, including websites, software and apps to create a class “tech toolbox.”