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Monday, November 22
 

12:00pm PST

[Pre-Event Session] InSpace Orientation *For Sponsors*
Hello, Sponsors!

Please feel free to try InSpace before your official meet and greet if you have a moment today. There are other opportunities on November 29th and 30th at 11-12PM.

How to Join: Please join us in our November 22nd InSpace Room today!


Monday November 22, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm PST
InSpace
 
Monday, November 29
 

12:00pm PST

[Pre-Event Session] InSpace Orientation
InSpace Orientation

Are you ready to use InSpace to say hi to your friends and colleagues during the conference? Learn about InSpace and experience it in our orientation session.You'll have a chance to play with the controls and troubleshoot just in time for our upcoming conference!

Software Requirements
Currently, InSpace only supports the Google Chrome browser for PCs and the Safari browser for iOS products. Download Chrome browser.

How to Join: Please use our November 29th InSpace Orientation Room to access our pre-event. Get a head start by creating your InSpace login using the instructions below!


Monday November 29, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm PST
InSpace
 
Tuesday, November 30
 

12:00pm PST

[Pre-Event Session] InSpace Orientation
InSpace Orientation

Are you ready to use InSpace to say hi to your friends and colleagues during the conference? Learn about InSpace and experience it in our orientation session.You'll have a chance to play with the controls and troubleshoot just in time for our upcoming conference!

Software Requirements
Currently, InSpace only supports the Google Chrome browser for PCs and the Safari browser for iOS products. Download Chrome browser.

How to Join: Please use our November 30th InSpace Orientation Room to access our pre-event. Get a head start by creating your InSpace login using the instructions below!


Tuesday November 30, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm PST
InSpace
 
Wednesday, December 1
 

8:00am PST

Breakfast with Sponsors/InSpace Orientation
Come visit with our sponsors before the conference kickoff! Or, if you haven't already gotten oriented to InSpace, you can attend their user orientation.

Software Requirements
Currently, InSpace only supports the Google Chrome browser for PCs and the Safari browser for iOS products. Download Chrome browser.

How to Join: Please use our December 1st InSpace Orientation Room to access our pre-event. Get a head start by creating your InSpace login using the instructions below!

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Wednesday December 1, 2021 8:00am - 8:30am PST
InSpace

8:30am PST

Welcome and Announcements
Welcome and Announcements

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Wednesday December 1, 2021 8:30am - 8:45am PST
Zoom

8:45am PST

Virtual Immersive Teaching and Learning (VITaL): How SDSU Faculty are Integrating eXtended Reality Simulation into their Curriculum [Panel Discussion 1]
Description
As higher education leadership planned to resume in-person classes in fall 2021, interest in hybrid and flexible instruction spiked. As classrooms were outfitted with technology to support simultaneous remote and on-campus student participation, educational technologists and faculty developers wondered how to support faculty in recognizing the possibilities and limitations. In this panel, we will share how we fostered community for instructors eager to understand flexible teaching principles. We will discuss strategies for facilitating critical conversations about flexible teaching and take a futures-facing perspective on how faculty can continue to be galvanized to have sustained dialogue about the future of teaching with technology.

Outcomes
  • Participants will be able to explain how faculty are identifying and developing XR content for teaching and learning. 
  • Participants will be able to list strategies for evaluating the educational effectiveness of XR technologies.
  • Participants will be able to describe examples of XR implementation at San Diego State University.

Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first.
Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Lluvia Flores-Rentería

Lluvia Flores-Rentería

Assistant Professor, San Diego State University
Dr. Flores-Rentería is an evolutionary ecologist interested in phylogenetics, population genetics, evolution of reproductive systems, and the evolutionary ecology of plant-insect-microbe interactions under climate change. Using greenhouse experiments, common garden studies, field... Read More →
avatar for Helina Hoyt

Helina Hoyt

Nursing Program Coordinator, San Diego State University Imperial Valley
Dr. Hoyt is the Nursing Program Coordinator for San Diego State University-Imperial Valley and the lead on the NIMHD funded Multi-Sector, Rural, Border Health Disparities Research and Innovations Initiative. Dr. Hoyt's research focuses on nursing workforce development, immersive technologies... Read More →
avatar for James Frazee

James Frazee

Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Senior Associate Vice President for Learning Environments, Technologies & User Services, San Diego State University
Dr. James P. Frazee is Chief Academic Technology Officer and Associate Vice President for Learning Technologies and Environments at SDSU. A unit within the IT Division, Learning Technologies and Environments (LTE) provides vision and leadership to support excellence in teaching and... Read More →
avatar for Sean Hauze

Sean Hauze

Director, Instructional Technology Services, San Diego State University
Dr. Sean Hauze is Director of Instructional Technology Services at San Diego State University, where he provides operational leadership and direction for applications, initiatives, infrastructure, training, and support services across the broad spectrum of instructional technology... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 8:45am - 9:45am PST
Zoom & Pronto

9:45am PST

Sponsor Lightning Talk: InSpace
Moderators
Wednesday December 1, 2021 9:45am - 9:50am PST
Zoom

9:50am PST

Students Supporting Students: New Opportunities & Potential During a Trying Time [Lightning Round 1]
Description
The onset of the pandemic took everyone by storm at LBCC - in particular our Online Learning and IITS services. One area in particular that has transformed during this time is our student facing Student Technology Help Desk, which is staffed by LBCC students. When our campus closed and many areas had to let their student employees go, we were able to maintain employment for our student team members in a remote setting, but more importantly, they have flourished in this arena. Support provided by our student team has been instrumental in onboarding new technologies and LBCC needed to support online learning, in addition to college wide efforts to come back to campus. Our student team members have been a true nucleus in the success of our college during this time.

Outcomes
  • Learn about creative ways to maintain student facing technology support during this transitional time.
  • Consider the importance of student employment as it benefits student success & equity. 
  • Takeaway of the benefits and beauty of being flexible and creative in stressful times. 

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Laura Rantala

Laura Rantala

Online Learning Program Manager / PT Faculty, Long Beach City College
Laura Rantala is the Online Learning Program Manager for Long Beach City College in the Online Learning & Educational Technology department.  Additionally she has been a PT faculty member in the Learning & Academic Resources Department where she teaches Learn 11 online. She holds... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 9:50am - 10:00am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:00am PST

Leveraging Canvas to Organize your Accreditation Self-Study [Lightning Round 1]
Description
Pasadena City College recently completed its accreditation self-study cycle. Leveraging Canvas for formatting and data collection, a committee of participants successfully organized 1,000 evidence files into a cohesive and standardized document for submission to it accrediting organization. This session will showcase the site and process as a template for other institutions of higher education.

Outcomes
Participants will:
1. Understand the accreditation cycle
2. Observe a public Canvas site used for data collection
3. Understand the evidence linking process

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Speakers
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 10:00am - 10:10am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:10am PST

A Collaboration Between DSPS and DE: Accessibility, Usability & Design [Lightning Round 1]
Description
An innovative partnership between the Online Learning Pathways department and Disability Support Programs and Services at the San Diego Community College District, the Accessibility, Design & Usability Project is a collaboration to support compliance with Section 508 of the Rehab Act through enhanced accessibility, usability, and universal design within the District's Learning Management System (Canvas). The scope involves the procurement and implementation of accessibility evaluation software, funding staff to develop, market, and support faculty professional development that will infuse Universal Design principles as it relates to accessibility and useability. In addition, these tools will be integrated into the new online faculty training.

Outcomes
  • Be introduced to a project that brings together DSPS and DE to infuse a universal design lens to online course design as it relates to proactive accessibility; considering accessibility to benefit all students.
  • Understand the key features of the project including planning, staffing, and funding.
  • Learn how the project was marketed to ensure buy in by key stakeholders.

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Brian Weston

Brian Weston

Dean, Online & Distributed Learning, SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
avatar for Poppy Fitch

Poppy Fitch

Director, DSPS, San Diego Community College District
Hello! I'm Poppy Fitch! Yes, that's my real name! My mother was a hippie and the poppy is the California state flower. :-)The collaboration between Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS) and Online Learning Pathways at the San Diego Community College District is what brings... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 10:10am - 10:20am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:20am PST

Q&A Lightning Round 1
Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first. We'll be monitoring Zoom chat too! Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

This portion will be a Q&A session of all the Lightning Rounds. 

Moderators
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Bryan Best

Bryan Best

Sr. Instructional Technologist, University of La Verne
As the Sr. Instructional Technologist for the LaFetra College of Education, Bryan functions as the lead in the areas of classroom design, educational technology, technical training and support within the College of Education and its three centers. He also works collaboratively with... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Brian Weston

Brian Weston

Dean, Online & Distributed Learning, SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
avatar for Laura Rantala

Laura Rantala

Online Learning Program Manager / PT Faculty, Long Beach City College
Laura Rantala is the Online Learning Program Manager for Long Beach City College in the Online Learning & Educational Technology department.  Additionally she has been a PT faculty member in the Learning & Academic Resources Department where she teaches Learn 11 online. She holds... Read More →
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →
avatar for Poppy Fitch

Poppy Fitch

Director, DSPS, San Diego Community College District
Hello! I'm Poppy Fitch! Yes, that's my real name! My mother was a hippie and the poppy is the California state flower. :-)The collaboration between Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS) and Online Learning Pathways at the San Diego Community College District is what brings... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 10:20am - 10:30am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:30am PST

Keynote Speaker: Jenn Stringer: "Learning from Disruption Perspective of a New CIO"
Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jenn Stringer

Jenn Stringer

Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and CIO, University of California, Berkeley
Jenn Stringer is currently the Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer for the University of California, Berkeley. She is responsible for the strategic oversight of campus-wide IT and reports both to the Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost (EVCP) and the ... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am PST
Zoom & Pronto

11:30am PST

See no eval: A constructive evaluation system for online, hybrid, and technology-enhanced teaching [General Session 1]
Description
One positive outcome of the ongoing pandemic for higher education is innovation. Faculty have experimented with new technologies, modes of instruction, communication strategies, and assessments. But how do faculty demonstrate their innovations in traditional systems of evaluation that don't account for online, hybrid, and technology-enhanced teaching? UCSC Online Education has developed a set of evaluation instruments and protocols to help faculty demonstrate their teaching excellence to promotion-and-tenure committees that also focuses evaluators on best practices and provides an opportunity for reflection and self-evaluation to faculty.

Outcomes
  • A set of issues to consider when designing an evaluation system
  • Possible strategies for implementation
  • Access to an adaptable set of evaluation instruments

Moderators
avatar for Jennifer	Redd

Jennifer Redd

Senior Director, eCampus, San Jose State University
Dr. Jennifer Redd holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University. She is an experienced teacher with specific expertise in teaching online. Dr. Redd joined San Jose State University in 2011 as an instructional designer and is currently the Senior... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Cid Pearlman

Cid Pearlman

Instructional Designer, UC Santa Cruz
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.


Wednesday December 1, 2021 11:30am - 11:50am PST
Zoom & Pronto

11:50am PST

Beatitudes of Digital Equity [General Session 1]
Description
The global pandemic highlighted the disparities in the campus populations of many universities and we now have an opportunity to improve the learning environment for all members of campus. Much like universal design, design for digital equity and inclusion benefits everyone by broadening students' experiences through collaborative knowledge sharing and exposure to diverse thought. We design for digital equity and inclusion by ensuring that all students’ lived experiences are included, respected and reflected in their learning environments and all students can fully participate in the classroom of the future. We will showcase several Beatitudes (based on Dr. Frank Harris) that reflect approaches to equity mindedness and how to practically use technology to incorporate these into a course.

Outcomes
  • Facilitators will share strategies for centering online learning and education technology in justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. 
  • Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the need to embed Advocacy, Belonging and Cultural Humility in their daily practice as it applies to digital bridging and education technology.

Moderators
avatar for Jennifer	Redd

Jennifer Redd

Senior Director, eCampus, San Jose State University
Dr. Jennifer Redd holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University. She is an experienced teacher with specific expertise in teaching online. Dr. Redd joined San Jose State University in 2011 as an instructional designer and is currently the Senior... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Andreea Kosa

Andreea Kosa

Instructional Technologist, California State University, Northridge
Andreea Kosa is currently an Instructional Technologist at CSU Northridge where she enjoys assisting and training faculty on using existing and emerging technologies to improve instruction. Previously, she worked for over a decade as technical support for many Canadian universities: Simon... Read More →
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 11:50am - 12:10pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

12:10pm PST

Four Unique Qualtrics Projects That will Make You Re-Think Your Existing Tools [General Session 1]
Description
What do you do when the platforms & systems at your institution don't align with the needs of stakeholders or curriculum? Due to UCSF' larger health setting & the blending of experiences between courses in an integrated curriculum, the School of Medicine faces unique challenges addressing learner & faculty needs. Most schools use an LMS as the foundational organizer. In contrast, UCSF combines the campus LMS with other platforms to organize the curriculum; we must explore other platforms or innovate existing platforms to find solutions. Come along on our journey as the Technology Enhanced Education group shares how we leveraged a common feedback survey tool, Qualtrics, in unconventional ways: to deliver learning content, track student progress and manage assessment. We found Qualtrics to be a robust and flexible tool that worked well for all projects. We hope to inspire you to think creatively when barriers arise and consider technology hacks to address your challenges.

Outcomes
  • Identify four novel ways Qualtrics can help you and your learners (besides feedback surveys!)
  • Describe advanced Qualtrics features that you could use in your own projects
  • Think creatively about how existing tools can be used in unique ways

Moderators
avatar for Jennifer	Redd

Jennifer Redd

Senior Director, eCampus, San Jose State University
Dr. Jennifer Redd holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University. She is an experienced teacher with specific expertise in teaching online. Dr. Redd joined San Jose State University in 2011 as an instructional designer and is currently the Senior... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
CA

Chantilly Apollon

Business Systems Analyst, UCSF
avatar for ​Jill Bond

​Jill Bond

Instructional Designer, UC-San Francisco (UCSF)
Jill Bond joined the UCSF medical education team as an Instructional Designer in the Technology Enhanced Education Team in 2018. Jill has broad experience in industry, business, the Peace Corps and higher education, bringing a diverse skill set to her work with learning management... Read More →
avatar for Christian Burke

Christian Burke

Director, Technology Innovations, UCSF
Christian Burke is the Director of Technology Innovations in the Technology Enhanced Education group in the UCSF School of Medicine.  He leads teams and efforts to enhance the teaching and learning in the School of Medicine using instructional design, pedagogy and innovative technologies... Read More →
SC

Samuel Chung

Instructional Designer, UCSF


Wednesday December 1, 2021 12:10pm - 12:30pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

12:30pm PST

Q&A General Session 1
Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first. We'll be monitoring Zoom chat too! Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

This portion will be a Q&A session of all the General Sessions.

Moderators
avatar for Jennifer	Redd

Jennifer Redd

Senior Director, eCampus, San Jose State University
Dr. Jennifer Redd holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University. She is an experienced teacher with specific expertise in teaching online. Dr. Redd joined San Jose State University in 2011 as an instructional designer and is currently the Senior... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Christian Burke

Christian Burke

Director, Technology Innovations, UCSF
Christian Burke is the Director of Technology Innovations in the Technology Enhanced Education group in the UCSF School of Medicine.  He leads teams and efforts to enhance the teaching and learning in the School of Medicine using instructional design, pedagogy and innovative technologies... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.
avatar for Cid Pearlman

Cid Pearlman

Instructional Designer, UC Santa Cruz
avatar for ​Jill Bond

​Jill Bond

Instructional Designer, UC-San Francisco (UCSF)
Jill Bond joined the UCSF medical education team as an Instructional Designer in the Technology Enhanced Education Team in 2018. Jill has broad experience in industry, business, the Peace Corps and higher education, bringing a diverse skill set to her work with learning management... Read More →
CA

Chantilly Apollon

Business Systems Analyst, UCSF
SC

Samuel Chung

Instructional Designer, UCSF
avatar for Andreea Kosa

Andreea Kosa

Instructional Technologist, California State University, Northridge
Andreea Kosa is currently an Instructional Technologist at CSU Northridge where she enjoys assisting and training faculty on using existing and emerging technologies to improve instruction. Previously, she worked for over a decade as technical support for many Canadian universities: Simon... Read More →
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 12:30pm - 12:45pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

12:45pm PST

Lunch with Sponsors / Expo
Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Hussam Kashou, PhD

Hussam Kashou, PhD

Assoc. Dean, Online Learning, Educational Technology, & Learning Resources, Long Beach City College
Dr. Hussam Kashou attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy & Leadership specializing in Educational Technology and Educational Psychology from The Ohio State University (OSU) where he has over 15 years experience in various academic and leadership roles. Since 2014, Dr. Kashou has... Read More →
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Wednesday December 1, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm PST
InSpace

1:45pm PST

Who Tells your Story: Digital Storytelling in the Classroom [General Session 2]
Description
How do you introduce faculty from different disciplines to Integrating multimedia digital storytelling into their class curriculum? What steps are necessary to guide faculty and students through the project? This project started well before the pandemic but took on new meaning as instructors wanted to engage the students in a deeper way with assignments that ranged from creating a short film, to creating an audio podcast, to developing a historical exhibit through Adobe Spark. This session covers the strategies and processes that were developed to help instructors successfully implement digital storytelling into their curriculum. The process developed includes training classes, consultation, student training options, tool selection and LMS integration.

Outcomes
  • Consultation is the key to success
  • Learn how to guide faculty to scaffold the project and provide options for training and support 
  • Develop options for tools and resources for the media projects



Resource links

Digital Storytelling Resource site
Podcasting and Audacity Resource Folder
Digital Storytelling Faculty Resources

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Ken Yoshioka

Ken Yoshioka

Senior Instructional Technologist, University of San Francisco
Fortunate enough to serve for 20+ years at the University of San Francisco, first as a Help Desk Technician (7 years) and then as a Senior Instructional Technologist in Educational Technology Services (13 years). Provides support and training for Zoom, Echo360, presentation development... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 1:45pm - 2:05pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

2:05pm PST

Engaging First Year Students in Information Literacy through Gamification [General Session 2]
Description
Most students today are adept at using the immense power of digital media to explore, connect and get information. While this offers immense opportunities for learning, it is also dangerous. With the abundance of information available at their fingertips, young people need to develop skills to successfully navigate the digital world. The librarians at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, in partnership with Lucas College of Business, facilitates information literacy workshops for students. The workshops are designed to develop skills to effectively find, identify, evaluate, and use information. Mini games are the methods through which the learning is delivered.

Outcomes
  1. Develop an appreciation for games as an alternative and effective option for teaching and learning.
  2. Explore different gaming tools or platforms to deliver knowledge that helps students get more engaged with learning.
  3. Develop assessment tools to measure student learning and engagement.

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Christa Bailey

Christa Bailey

Sr. Asst. Librarian, San Jose State University
JD

Jane Dodge

Librarian, San Jose State University
avatar for Bobbi Makani

Bobbi Makani

Adjunct Faculty, School of Global Innovation and Leadership Lucas College and Graduate School of Business
Bobbi Makani teaches at the College of Business in SJSU. She was SJSU's Sr. Director of Collaboration and Academic Technology Integration. Bobbi concurrently serves as the Interim Faculty Director for the Center for Community Learning and Leadership. She develops high-impact learning... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 2:05pm - 2:25pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

2:25pm PST

Using Blended Learning to Build Skills for Providers Supporting Clients with Self-Disclosure of a Health Condition [General Session 2]
Description
Healthcare providers face complex challenges as they support clients with self-disclosure, informing contacts about exposure to an infection such as COVID-19. We developed a self-paced online course and a live-online course that complement each other in preparing providers to support self-disclosure. The self-paced course uses visualization to tap into learners’ prior experience and introduces the four-step model of disclosure. Learners then attend a live-online course led by instructors experienced working in the field. Their knowledge is built on with role plays and skills practice with peer and instructor feedback. This course was piloted in August and received positive feedback in usefulness to participants’ work. This course models how blended learning can support skill building.

Outcomes
  • Describe a model of how an asynchronous online course and live virtual training can complement each other for skill building 
  • Outline the process of storyboarding and course design for skill building in asynchronous and live online courses 
  • Gain insight into the four-step model for supporting self-disclosure of a health condition 
You can view the Storyline portion of the course here: https://360.articulate.com/review/content/63075931-8e59-42b9-aaa9-8b568dfe1f0a/review

Moderators
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Catalina Macdonald

Catalina Macdonald

Education Technology Manager, California Prevention Training Center
Catalina Macdonald, MA Ed, is the Education Technology Manager at the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC), a UCSF organization focused on providing training and technical assistance to health care workers on topics of sexual health and health equity. Catalina works on expanding... Read More →
avatar for Nicole Nguyen

Nicole Nguyen

Family PACT Program Manager, California Prevention Training Center


Wednesday December 1, 2021 2:25pm - 2:45pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

2:45pm PST

CSUCCESS iPad Initiative: An Institutional Perspective [General Session 2]
Description
This panel of presenters will share our experiences of the CSUCCESS initiative program from a system level and campus level perspective. Fresno State is one of eight campuses that is providing an iPad and keyboard to any new freshman or transfer student this semester. We will explore our strategic planning process, vendor relations, campus politics, distribution methods, and anecdotal feedback from our students. We will also share how the CSUCCESS program aligns with our faculty professional development opportunities to leverage mobile technology in teaching and learning.

Outcomes
  • A model for how to distribute devices and support students 
  • An overview of our equipment management software Cheqroom 
  • Strategies to align CSUCCESS with teaching and learning

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
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Gabriela Gomez-Angulo

DISCOVERe Student Assistant, Fresno State
avatar for ​Bryan Berrett

​Bryan Berrett

Interim Director, Office of IDEAS, Fresno State
avatar for William Hardaway

William Hardaway

Instructional Designer, Fresno State
I am an instructional designer at Fresno State. My research is in using design thinking as a tool to address inequities in higher education. 
MP

Mike Pronovost

Director of Systemwide IT, Mobile & Shared Programs, CSU
avatar for Joseph Ross

Joseph Ross

Associate Professor, Fresno State
Joseph Ross is an Associate Professor of Biology, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and has been involved in leading faculty professional development at Fresno State and across the CSU system. These efforts have focused on faculty media creation and curation, zero-cost course materials... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 2:45pm - 3:05pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

3:05pm PST

Q&A General Session 2
Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first. We'll be monitoring Zoom chat too! Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

This portion will be a Q&A session of all the General Sessions.

Moderators
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Ken Yoshioka

Ken Yoshioka

Senior Instructional Technologist, University of San Francisco
Fortunate enough to serve for 20+ years at the University of San Francisco, first as a Help Desk Technician (7 years) and then as a Senior Instructional Technologist in Educational Technology Services (13 years). Provides support and training for Zoom, Echo360, presentation development... Read More →
avatar for Bobbi Makani

Bobbi Makani

Adjunct Faculty, School of Global Innovation and Leadership Lucas College and Graduate School of Business
Bobbi Makani teaches at the College of Business in SJSU. She was SJSU's Sr. Director of Collaboration and Academic Technology Integration. Bobbi concurrently serves as the Interim Faculty Director for the Center for Community Learning and Leadership. She develops high-impact learning... Read More →
avatar for Christa Bailey

Christa Bailey

Sr. Asst. Librarian, San Jose State University
avatar for Joseph Ross

Joseph Ross

Associate Professor, Fresno State
Joseph Ross is an Associate Professor of Biology, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and has been involved in leading faculty professional development at Fresno State and across the CSU system. These efforts have focused on faculty media creation and curation, zero-cost course materials... Read More →
avatar for ​Bryan Berrett

​Bryan Berrett

Interim Director, Office of IDEAS, Fresno State
JD

Jane Dodge

Librarian, San Jose State University
avatar for Catalina Macdonald

Catalina Macdonald

Education Technology Manager, California Prevention Training Center
Catalina Macdonald, MA Ed, is the Education Technology Manager at the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC), a UCSF organization focused on providing training and technical assistance to health care workers on topics of sexual health and health equity. Catalina works on expanding... Read More →
avatar for Nicole Nguyen

Nicole Nguyen

Family PACT Program Manager, California Prevention Training Center
MP

Mike Pronovost

Director of Systemwide IT, Mobile & Shared Programs, CSU
avatar for William Hardaway

William Hardaway

Instructional Designer, Fresno State
I am an instructional designer at Fresno State. My research is in using design thinking as a tool to address inequities in higher education. 
GG

Gabriela Gomez-Angulo

DISCOVERe Student Assistant, Fresno State


Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:05pm - 3:20pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

3:20pm PST

Sponsor Lightning Talk: ReadSpeaker
Moderators
Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:20pm - 3:25pm PST
Zoom

3:25pm PST

Sponsor Lightning Talk: SonicFoundry
Moderators
Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:25pm - 3:30pm PST
Zoom

3:30pm PST

Digital Bridging: Strategies for Centering Equity in Your Daily Practice [Birds of a Feather]
Description
Recent occurrences challenged us to scale the ways we utilize technology to engage with our students. From instruction to student services to administration, our systems had to shift at record speed. And we did it! Now that we’ve had a moment to catch our collective breath, let’s be intentional about our collaborative efforts as we move forward. This session will focus on digital bridging and utilizing equity-centered strategies and tools to create belonging, increase engagement, and improve the online student experience and success outcomes.

Outcomes
  • Facilitators will share strategies for centering online learning and education technology in justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. 
  • Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the need to embed Advocacy, Belonging and Cultural Humility in their daily practice as it applies to digital bridging and education technology.

Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Arnita Porter

Arnita Porter

faculty, WLAC
Social justice is at the center of Arnita Porter’s practice as an educator, artist/cultural worker, and attorney with a background in public policy, who works for equity at the intersection of race, culture, and gender.  She develops online courses and facilitates Equity and Inclusion... Read More →
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

3:30pm PST

Instructional Modality Planning for the Fall 2021 Semester [Birds of a Feather]
Description
This Fall, the California Higher Education system returned in large part to in-person instruction on their campuses. After more than a year of remote instruction, new teaching modalities, such as HyFlex were introduced to help bridge the needed accommodations for international students and students who needed to quarantine, or students that didn’t feel safe to return to the classroom.
To understand how the CA Higher Ed systems were planning for the uncertainty of the Fall 2021 semester/term, the DET/CHE Board conducted a survey to assess what teaching modalities would be incorporated and what new instructional technologies and training would be implemented. The survey results will be presented during this session. Also hear from the University of San Francisco’s (USF) approach to planning and implementing new teaching modalities, i.e. HyFlex, and what support provisions were planned for and provided.

Join the conversation in this Birds of a Feather to share how your institution planned for the Fall 2021 semester and any lessons learned that will inform future planning of instruction.

Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →
avatar for Susan Zolezzi

Susan Zolezzi

Associate Director of Instructional Design, University of San Francisco
Susan Zolezzi is the Associate Director of Instructional Design at the University of San Francisco. Susan oversees strategic initiatives to promote online, hybrid and technology assisted education at USF. She leads a team of instructional designers and multimedia developers who collaborate... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

3:30pm PST

Making Media for MOOCs: A 10 Year Retrospective [Birds of a Feather]
Description
It's been a decade since the first MOOCs reached 250K students and everyone began to make a MOOC of their own. Setting the utopian hype and the institutional reality aside, it might be worth reviewing what has happened to MOOCs and how the Pandemic has forced a rapid adoption of other remote learning platforms in the past 2 years.  Our discussion will be facilitated with Poll Everywhere, so please login and be ready to use this polling platform in addition to Pronto.

Carlos Seligo helped make media for two MOOCs by Professor Friedlander, who has agreed to join us in this Birds of a Feather. Each MOOC took about 2 years to complete, involved dozens of interviews, video recorded lectures, story videos shot in labs and on mountain tops and in gyms, a couple iPhone app, 100s of speaker releases and 1000s of hours of editing--work that is often underestimated in the abstract discussions of student retention, job security of lecturers, and the data on likes, numbers of views and so on.  Friedlander and Seligo will show sample videos, discuss best practices for engagement and also share their boots-on-the-ground perspective, with time for Q&A.  

Outcomes
  • Administrators will gain badly needed perspective to plan for long-term projects moving courses online;
  • Media and Instructional design staff may prepare for the organizational challenges and the infrastructure requirements for making content; a
  • Faculty will know how much unpaid time they are offering to realize their dreams!

Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Seligo

Carlos Seligo

Academic Technology Specialist, Stanford University
Carlos Seligo is the Admin for Poll Everywhere at Stanford University's Center for Teaching and Learning. He is also the Academic Technology Specialist for the Program in Human Biology so has the boots-on-the ground experience of supporting individual faculty. During the rapid transition... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

3:30pm PST

Open in Case of Disruption! Inclusive by Design [Birds of a Feather]
Description
Whether illness or natural disasters, every term has disruption. While faculty can plan on disruption, rarely can they anticipate when or how long. We will introduce the concept of a Disruption Plan, and how we supported faculty in developing one. To support inclusive design, we will introduce a Bandwidth/Immediacy Matrix developed by Daniel Stanford (2020). The matrix presents four zones that illustrate the intersections, from high to low, between bandwidth demands and immediacy, which can assist faculty selecting virtual interactions considerate of diverse students’ needs. At present, each zone includes general guidance. We will crowdsource specific strategies for each zone, to which could assist faculty in making inclusive design and facilitation decisions when disruption occurs.

https://app.inspace.chat/space/3E0A4F95A6061793E5856974E672029C3CB0BF1C

Outcomes
  • A template for developing a Disruption Plan to share.
  • A process to assist faculty in developing inclusive disruption plans.
  • A resource with specific strategies for each zone in the Bandwidth/Immediacy Matrix.
Explore our Session Website

Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Megan Eberhardt-Alstot

Megan Eberhardt-Alstot

Learning Design Lead, California State University Channel Islands
I am the Learning Design Lead for Teaching and Learning Innovations (TLi) at California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI). I am also a second year PhD student in the Global Leadership and Change program at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology... Read More →
avatar for Rachael Jordan

Rachael Jordan

Online Course Services Faculty Lead, CSU Channel Islands
I am a full-time lecturer in the English program and teach a variety of writing courses in multiple modalities. I'm also the faculty lead for Online Course Services with Teaching and Learning Innovations.
avatar for Kristi O'Neil-Gonzalez

Kristi O'Neil-Gonzalez

Instructional Technologist & FIT Studio Coordinator, California State University Channel Islands


Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

3:30pm PST

Student Voices: Reflecting and Impacting the Lab Experience [Birds of a Feather]
Description
With the various shifts in course modes taking place over the past year and a half, the design of courses has also transitioned. One particular type of courses that needed to adapt were lab based courses. This session will include an interactive discussion regarding the adoption of virtual labs and how that impacted the student transferability of the skills mastered online with those required in a physical lab. The presenters will share experiences from a large introductory chemistry course that transitioned from in-person labs to virtual labs. Survey results will also get highlighted as part of the discussion to articulate the experiences of the students in the course. Opportunities for others to share their campus experiences along with tips for curricular design will get included.

Outcomes
  • Discuss curricular design for virtual lab activities as well as the pre and post lab activities.
  • Reflect on student feedback and how it can impact iterative online course design.
  • Explore the transfer of knowledge beyond a virtual lab activity.

Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer	Redd

Jennifer Redd

Senior Director, eCampus, San Jose State University
Dr. Jennifer Redd holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University. She is an experienced teacher with specific expertise in teaching online. Dr. Redd joined San Jose State University in 2011 as an instructional designer and is currently the Senior... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

3:30pm PST

[Birds of a Feather]
Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

3:30pm PST

[Birds of a Feather]
Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley
avatar for Aaron Zachmeier

Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

Wednesday December 1, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
InSpace

4:30pm PST

Virtual Reception
Come mix and mingle with DET/CHE friends! $50 gift card raffle! 

Moderators
avatar for Rebecca	Miller

Rebecca Miller

DET/CHE President & Assistant Dean, Administration, UC Berkeley

Wednesday December 1, 2021 4:30pm - 5:30pm PST
InSpace
 
Thursday, December 2
 

8:00am PST

Breakfast with Sponsors
Come chat with friends, sponsors, friendly sponsors, and sponsors who are friends!

Speakers
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!


Thursday December 2, 2021 8:00am - 8:30am PST
InSpace

8:30am PST

Morning Networking & Announcements
Get the morning started right by catching up with friends and colleagues!

Moderators
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Thursday December 2, 2021 8:30am - 8:45am PST
InSpace

8:45am PST

The DET/CHE Leadership Program: A Professional Development Program to Support DET/CHE Members Goals to Develop Essential Leadership Skills [Panel Discussion 2]
Description
To support DET/CHE members in developing essential leadership skills for higher education, the DET/CHE Leadership Program was created to support individuals wanting to expand their leadership skills. Designed using a cohort model, the year-long program will culminate at DET/CHE 2021. Participants will have completed the program by attending 8 monthly online presentations and discussions led by CA Higher Ed leaders on the challenges, successes, skills and issues facing today's Ed Tech leaders. Participants will complete the program with a final project that will focus on what it means to be a good leader, the mindset, skills, traits, vision, mentorship, coaching, etc. Participants will have an opportunity to share their experiences and a final project/reflection on the program.

Outcomes
  • A better understanding of professional development programming offered through DET/CHE
  • Assessment of the leadership program
  • Sharing of participants final projects and reflections on their experiences in the program.

Moderators
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Henry Burnett

Henry Burnett

Consultant, UC Santa Cruz
Dr. Henry J. Burnett is an educator and futurist fully committed to expanding access and success for students in higher education. Strategies for responding to a greater variety of student learning styles, consulting with faculty and introducing new technologies are high priorities... Read More →
avatar for Hussam Kashou, PhD

Hussam Kashou, PhD

Assoc. Dean, Online Learning, Educational Technology, & Learning Resources, Long Beach City College
Dr. Hussam Kashou attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy & Leadership specializing in Educational Technology and Educational Psychology from The Ohio State University (OSU) where he has over 15 years experience in various academic and leadership roles. Since 2014, Dr. Kashou has... Read More →
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for John Bansavich

John Bansavich

Director, Instructional Technologies and Training, University of San Francisco
John Bansavich is the Director of Instructional Technology and Training at the University of San Francisco (USF) since 1997, having received his doctorate in Learning and Instruction from the School of Education. He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Computer Science. An... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 8:45am - 9:45am PST
Zoom & Pronto

9:45am PST

Sponsor Lightning Talk: Cidi Labs
Anna Stirling from Mt. San Jacinto College presenting

Moderators
Sponsors
avatar for Jacoba Behunin

Jacoba Behunin

Regional Director of Sales, Cidi Labs
Cidi Labs was started in partnership with Utah State University to enable "SaaS-sharing" of locally-developed instructional design tools and innovations. Our flagship product, DesignPLUS: Design Tools for Canvas, is the leading advanced course authoring toolset to natively integrate... Read More →
avatar for Matt Coombs

Matt Coombs

VP of Business Development, Cidi Labs
Cidi Labs was started in partnership with Utah State University to enable "SaaS-sharing" of locally-developed instructional design tools and innovations. Our flagship product, DesignPLUS: Design Tools for Canvas, is the leading advanced course authoring toolset to natively integrate... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 9:45am - 9:50am PST
Zoom

9:50am PST

Engaging the University: Classroom Technology for Flexible Instruction [Lighting Round 2]
Description
Sacramento State embarked on the largest classroom update in its history with the opportunity to use HEERF funding to enable flexible, hybrid instruction during the pandemic. Sacramento State partnered with Procurement, Facilities, Information Technology, the colleges and our A/V vendor to update 486 classrooms and student focused instructional spaces in five months to ensure Fall 2021 instruction readiness. We'll share our planning, engagement process, equipment selection and installation coordination plan as well as the impact to the college community.

Outcomes
  • The importance of university and vendor partners and engagement
  • How to make an impact economically
  • Results providing faculty with the ability to teach in the flexible manner they choose

Moderators
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →
avatar for Hussam Kashou, PhD

Hussam Kashou, PhD

Assoc. Dean, Online Learning, Educational Technology, & Learning Resources, Long Beach City College
Dr. Hussam Kashou attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy & Leadership specializing in Educational Technology and Educational Psychology from The Ohio State University (OSU) where he has over 15 years experience in various academic and leadership roles. Since 2014, Dr. Kashou has... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Peggy Kay

Peggy Kay

AVP, Academic Technology, CSU, Sacramento
Peggy Kay is a member of the Sacramento State University executive technology leadership team responsible for leading and serving the IT Service Desk/Desktop support, Academic Technology and Web/Mobile services. She is the Associate Vice President for Academic Technology & Campus... Read More →
avatar for Danny Ngouyaphanh

Danny Ngouyaphanh

Learning Space Consultant, CSU, Sacramento
avatar for Robert Van Winkle

Robert Van Winkle

Learning Spaces, Team Lead, CSU, Sacramento


Thursday December 2, 2021 9:50am - 10:00am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:00am PST

The Student Perspective on A/V Design for HyFlex [Lighting Round 2]
Description
The recent transition to offering hybrid flexible (HyFlex) course opportunities required quick action on technology purchasing and installation. Ideally, other stakeholder perspectives will be considered, regarding what technology to use and how it will be used. I will share data and perspectives from ongoing HyFlex courses about the technological needs and desires of students and instructors. Students indicate particular preferences about the visual material they are provided in virtual synchronous class experiences. Importantly, those preferences can be addressed in many classrooms with relatively minor changes in technological infrastructure. Sharing these perspectives should inform future decisions on purchasing and classroom renovation.

Outcomes
The goals of this presentation are to help the audience:
  • Understand what content online learners want to see on their screen during synchronous HyFlex class meetings
  • Learn about an inexpensive hardware and software configuration that suits this student preference, and
  • Reflect on possible discipline-specific A/V preferences for optimal HyFlex delivery

Moderators
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →
avatar for Hussam Kashou, PhD

Hussam Kashou, PhD

Assoc. Dean, Online Learning, Educational Technology, & Learning Resources, Long Beach City College
Dr. Hussam Kashou attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy & Leadership specializing in Educational Technology and Educational Psychology from The Ohio State University (OSU) where he has over 15 years experience in various academic and leadership roles. Since 2014, Dr. Kashou has... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Ross

Joseph Ross

Associate Professor, Fresno State
Joseph Ross is an Associate Professor of Biology, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and has been involved in leading faculty professional development at Fresno State and across the CSU system. These efforts have focused on faculty media creation and curation, zero-cost course materials... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 10:00am - 10:10am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:10am PST

Q&A Lightning Round 2
Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first. We'll be monitoring Zoom chat too! Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

This portion will be a Q&A session of all the Lightning Rounds.



Moderators
TA

Thea Alvarado

Faculty Coordinator, Pasadena City College
Thea Sweo Alvarado holds a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) from UC Irvine. She completed her Ed.D. through UC Davis' Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) Program... Read More →
avatar for Hussam Kashou, PhD

Hussam Kashou, PhD

Assoc. Dean, Online Learning, Educational Technology, & Learning Resources, Long Beach City College
Dr. Hussam Kashou attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy & Leadership specializing in Educational Technology and Educational Psychology from The Ohio State University (OSU) where he has over 15 years experience in various academic and leadership roles. Since 2014, Dr. Kashou has... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Ross

Joseph Ross

Associate Professor, Fresno State
Joseph Ross is an Associate Professor of Biology, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and has been involved in leading faculty professional development at Fresno State and across the CSU system. These efforts have focused on faculty media creation and curation, zero-cost course materials... Read More →
avatar for Peggy Kay

Peggy Kay

AVP, Academic Technology, CSU, Sacramento
Peggy Kay is a member of the Sacramento State University executive technology leadership team responsible for leading and serving the IT Service Desk/Desktop support, Academic Technology and Web/Mobile services. She is the Associate Vice President for Academic Technology & Campus... Read More →
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Danny Ngouyaphanh

Learning Space Consultant, CSU, Sacramento
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Robert Van Winkle

Learning Spaces, Team Lead, CSU, Sacramento


Thursday December 2, 2021 10:10am - 10:20am PST
Zoom & Pronto

10:20am PST

Short break



Thursday December 2, 2021 10:20am - 10:30am PST
Zoom

10:30am PST

Keynote Speaker: Anika Anthony “Frameworks for Advancing Equitable Digital Learning Environments"
Moderators
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Hussam Kashou, PhD

Assoc. Dean, Online Learning, Educational Technology, & Learning Resources, Long Beach City College
Dr. Hussam Kashou attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy & Leadership specializing in Educational Technology and Educational Psychology from The Ohio State University (OSU) where he has over 15 years experience in various academic and leadership roles. Since 2014, Dr. Kashou has... Read More →

Speakers
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Anika Anthony

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Graduate School, Ohio State University
Anika Anthony is associate professor of educational administration and associate dean of academic affairs of the Graduate School at the Ohio State University. Her research focuses on educational leadership and the implementation of learning technologies in educational settings. She... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am PST
Zoom & Pronto

11:30am PST

Rethinking Faculty Support Models: Specialized support and innovative tools for post-pandemic instructional delivery [General Session 3]
Description
With the disruption of standard classroom teaching models due to the pandemic, we realized the return to in-person teaching will never be the same. In preparation for the big return, UCR invested in a new faculty support model and technology packages that elevates remote participation. Instructional Continuity Consultants were recruited from every academic department to support instructional delivery for in-person as well as remote courses. General assignment classrooms were upgraded with technology that will help increase student engagement and enhance learning, provide faculty with new tools that facilitate pedagogical exploration, and effectively expand UCR's campus blueprint digitally to accommodate a growing student population.

Outcomes
  • Explore flexible support model for instructional delivery
  • Assess UCR’s process for technology selection and adoption
  • Determine viable solutions for in-person and remote course delivery tools.

Moderators
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Briandy Walden

Associate Director, Student & Academic Services, University of California, Irvine
Briandy Walden has a Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction and has utilized her user experience background in all aspects of her 20+ years working in educational and student success technologies at UC Irvine. Briandy currently wears two hats, one as an Associate Director... Read More →
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Fabiola Torres

Professor Of Ethnic Studies / @ONE Facilitator, Glendale Community College / @ONE
Fabiola is the daughter of two Mexican Immigrants, Fabiola Torres was raised under the rule of La Chancla - using a slipper to nudge children toward good behavior. Therefore working hard was a reflection of good behavior and good parenting. Now her parents are proud of their daughter... Read More →

Speakers
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Michael Capriotti

Multimedia Technologies Manager, UC Riverside
Michael Capriotti is an experienced IT management professional who specializes in multimedia and classroom technologies. In addition to leading large-scale, active classroom implementations, his expertise also lies in video productions that serve to educate, inspire and engage university... Read More →
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Israel Fletes

Director of Academic Technology, Univ of Calif, Riverside / XCITE
Israel Fletes is the Director of Academic Technology in the XCITE Center of UC Riverside. With over 30 years of dedication in the technology support field and a First-Gen student himself, Israel brings a unique insight to achieving customer success from integrating traditional practices... Read More →
avatar for Nathaniel Wildes

Nathaniel Wildes

Interactive Instructional Media Manager, Univ of Calif, Riverside
Nathaniel Wildes is an Interactive Instructional Media Manager at the University of California Riverside, where he oversees the production of instructional media for online delivery. He holds a M.S. in STEM Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology and teaches graduate... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 11:30am - 11:50am PST
Zoom & Pronto

11:50am PST

Leveraging our Collective Resources to Implement HyFlex Instruction [General Session 3]
Description
People across higher ed are combining course delivery methods--in-person, real-time remote and/or asynchronous. This panel first will describe a CSU system-wide professional development program for teaching and supporting flexible courses. Then the Fresno State team will outline how they created a standard hyflex classroom setup, implemented instructional design support, and assigned Guides on the Go to be physically in hyflex rooms for technical and classroom management support. We will share a) experiences and challenges of summer 2021 training, and fall faculty learning community, and b) data on faculty and student perceptions of hyflex instruction. The ultimate goal of hyflex adoption at Fresno State has been to increase student success with multiple, alternative assessment pathways.

Outcomes
  • A model for how to scale professional development efforts for faculty and staff
  • A model for hyflex implementation, including classroom design and cost
  • Strategies to secure future funding from campus administrator

Moderators
avatar for Briandy	Walden

Briandy Walden

Associate Director, Student & Academic Services, University of California, Irvine
Briandy Walden has a Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction and has utilized her user experience background in all aspects of her 20+ years working in educational and student success technologies at UC Irvine. Briandy currently wears two hats, one as an Associate Director... Read More →
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Fabiola Torres

Professor Of Ethnic Studies / @ONE Facilitator, Glendale Community College / @ONE
Fabiola is the daughter of two Mexican Immigrants, Fabiola Torres was raised under the rule of La Chancla - using a slipper to nudge children toward good behavior. Therefore working hard was a reflection of good behavior and good parenting. Now her parents are proud of their daughter... Read More →

Speakers
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​Bryan Berrett

Interim Director, Office of IDEAS, Fresno State
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JoLynne Blake

Instructional Designer, Fresno State
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Jeff Colvin

Information Technology Consultant, Fresno State
KF

Kathy Franco

HyFlex Guide, Fresno State
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Kevin Kelly

Lecturer faculty, San Francisco State University
Dr. Kevin Kelly lives at the intersection of Education and Technology. He works with colleges and universities as a consultant to address academic technology, distance education, and organizational challenges. This fall will mark 20 years for Kevin teaching courses as a Lecturer in... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 11:50am - 12:10pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

12:10pm PST

Enhancing the Large Class Zoom Experience [General Session 3]
Description
In the fall of 2020, three faculty co-teaching a cross-disciplinary winter quarter class of more than 250 students sent out a plea for help: they felt that the experience of teaching their very interactive, lecture/discussion/small group work class wouldn't be well-served by the usual Zoom experience. We stepped up, and built out a system that preserved small group capability in a large class and gave faculty a more dynamic space to teach from. In this talk, we'll discuss defining the faculty's need in a way that could be addressed by a technological solution, bending the available technology to our needs, creating the practices that organized the class, solving the tech problems, then streamlining it all for future use.

Outcomes
1. Understand the importance of addressing emotional human factors  
2. Appreciate the power of the mix-minus technique
3. Become aware of the opportunities to simplify complex systems with OSC

Moderators
avatar for Briandy	Walden

Briandy Walden

Associate Director, Student & Academic Services, University of California, Irvine
Briandy Walden has a Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction and has utilized her user experience background in all aspects of her 20+ years working in educational and student success technologies at UC Irvine. Briandy currently wears two hats, one as an Associate Director... Read More →
avatar for Fabiola Torres

Fabiola Torres

Professor Of Ethnic Studies / @ONE Facilitator, Glendale Community College / @ONE
Fabiola is the daughter of two Mexican Immigrants, Fabiola Torres was raised under the rule of La Chancla - using a slipper to nudge children toward good behavior. Therefore working hard was a reflection of good behavior and good parenting. Now her parents are proud of their daughter... Read More →

Speakers
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Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!


Thursday December 2, 2021 12:10pm - 12:30pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

12:30pm PST

Q&A General Session 3
Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first. We'll be monitoring Zoom chat too! Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

Moderators
avatar for Briandy	Walden

Briandy Walden

Associate Director, Student & Academic Services, University of California, Irvine
Briandy Walden has a Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction and has utilized her user experience background in all aspects of her 20+ years working in educational and student success technologies at UC Irvine. Briandy currently wears two hats, one as an Associate Director... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Fabiola Torres

Fabiola Torres

Professor Of Ethnic Studies / @ONE Facilitator, Glendale Community College / @ONE
Fabiola is the daughter of two Mexican Immigrants, Fabiola Torres was raised under the rule of La Chancla - using a slipper to nudge children toward good behavior. Therefore working hard was a reflection of good behavior and good parenting. Now her parents are proud of their daughter... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 12:30pm - 12:45pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

12:45pm PST

Lunch & Member Meeting
Moderators
avatar for Briandy	Walden

Briandy Walden

Associate Director, Student & Academic Services, University of California, Irvine
Briandy Walden has a Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction and has utilized her user experience background in all aspects of her 20+ years working in educational and student success technologies at UC Irvine. Briandy currently wears two hats, one as an Associate Director... Read More →

Thursday December 2, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm PST
Zoom

1:45pm PST

Sponsor Expo
Thursday December 2, 2021 1:45pm - 2:15pm PST
InSpace

2:15pm PST

Fostering Community for Flexible Teaching: How to Facilitate Conversations about the Next Phase of Teaching with Technology in Higher Education [Panel Discussion 3]
Description
As higher education leadership planned to resume in-person classes in fall 2021, interest in hybrid and flexible instruction spiked. As classrooms were outfitted with technology to support simultaneous remote and on-campus student participation, educational technologists and faculty developers wondered how to support faculty in recognizing the possibilities and limitations. In this panel, we will share how we fostered community for instructors eager to understand flexible teaching principles. We will discuss strategies for facilitating critical conversations about flexible teaching and take a futures-facing perspective on how faculty can continue to be galvanized to have sustained dialogue about the future of teaching with technology.

Outcomes
  • Understand strategies for building faculty community 
  • Discuss effective practices for supporting flexible and hybrid teaching 
  • Propose future approaches to galvanizing faculty involvement in campus academic technology decision-making 

Moderators
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
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Jenae Cohn

Director of Academic Technology, CSU, Sacramento
Jenae Cohn is the Director of Academic Technology at California State University, Sacramento. She supports instructors in their critical uses of digital learning tools. She writes and speaks about approaches to engaging students in digital learning experiences and is the author of... Read More →
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Timi Poeppelman

CSU Sacramento
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Kevin Lovelace

CSU Sacramento


Thursday December 2, 2021 2:15pm - 3:15pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

3:15pm PST

Sponsor Lightning Talk: goreact
Moderators
Sponsors
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Sam Farley

Director of Sales for North America, GoReact
I am not only a representative for GoReact, I am also an adjunct professor in the areas of Business and World Languages. I always tell people...I am like the hair club for men (except that didn't work out too well for me) I am not only a representative, but I am also a client. GoReact... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 3:15pm - 3:20pm PST
Zoom

3:20pm PST

Sponsor Lightning Talk: Zoom
Moderators
Sponsors
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Pat LaMorte

Global EDU Solutions Lead, Zoom
As the Global K12 Solutions Lead for Zoom Video Communications, Pat LaMorte leverages his extensive education and communications background to guide the company towards supporting the future of education. As the former President/CEO of one of Florida’s Catholic High Schools, Pat... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 3:20pm - 3:25pm PST
Zoom

3:25pm PST

Tech Support or Support Group? Remote instructional support offers more than you think [General Session 4]
Description
Now, more than ever, it is important to humanize educational technology support for remote faculty by providing them with real-time access to skilled staff members. To solve this problem on our campus, we instituted the Virtual Tech Hub, an online live portal for faculty technology training and troubleshooting.

Our presentation will share the planning and implementation of the Virtual Tech Hub at Chapman University, workflow and staffing, and faculty feedback. We will also show the importance of creating a virtual community for the faculty members to gain technical support and interact with their peers by joining conversations and sharing best practices about various applications and platforms.

Outcomes
  • How to plan to quickly and efficiently support the campus.
  • Gain an understanding of how data can increase support effectiveness.
  • Learn how to use collaborative technology to engage team members.

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Julie Johnson

Julie Johnson

Manager, Instructional Technology Services, Chapman University
I am the manager of instructional technology at Chapman University. I hold an M.A.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and a Certificate in Instructional Design from the Online Learning Consortium. The best part of my job is collaborating with faculty and staff on their use of educational... Read More →
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Sarah Blake

Instructional Analyst, Chapman University
My name is Sarah Blake, and I am pursuing a Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed.) with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. As an Instructional Analyst at Chapman University, I assist faculty with technology to support teaching and learning. My team and I create, design, and... Read More →
avatar for Elena Marusak

Elena Marusak

Instructional Technologist, Chapman University
My name is Elena Marusak, and I am an Instructional Technologist at Chapman University.  I love supporting faculty in their use of Canvas and other technologies that facilitate teaching and learning!  Prior to joining the Educational Technology Services team at Chapman, I supported... Read More →
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Sarem Yadegari

Educational Technology Support Manager, Chapman University
I am the Educational technology Support Manager at Chapman University. In this role, I assist in collaborative planning with colleagues across the campus to promote and support digital scholarship, digital literacy, and technological fluency.My educational background is in Arts and... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 3:25pm - 3:45pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

3:45pm PST

Post-Pandemic Professional Development: Opportunity and Affordance, with a Bit of Apprehension [General Session 4]
Description
Professional development in an age of technological change amidst a global pandemic is daunting. Nevertheless, technologists must prepare ourselves for moving targets of demands and expectations. Academic curricular recommendations responded by shifting from specification of knowledge areas to competencies. To allow these recommendations to be applicable over time, these competencies are appropriately not tied to specific software or hardware technologies. We can also leverage this approach for professional development. One technique is through use of non-academic information sources, known as grey literature.

We discuss determining the veracity, and perhaps longevity, of academic and grey literature, and approaches to professional development.

Outcomes
  • Recognize the difference between academic literature and grey literature
  • Understand levels of trustworthiness of information
  • Develop criteria for the  professional development source they use.

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
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Brent Auernheimer

Professor, California State University, Fresno


Thursday December 2, 2021 3:45pm - 4:05pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

4:05pm PST

Managing Up: Fostering a Culture of Teaching and Learning At the Campus Level [General Session 4]
Description
Instructional designers and education staff at UCSF are formalizing an intercampus community of practice for teaching and learning innovations. This enables them to bring visibility to what they do, clarify reporting structures, inform leadership and establish themselves in decision-making processes.

In this session, they will review what they've learned over the past year and share examples of activities that will continue regardless of the stay-at-home order. Hear their plan to improve faculty development by offering centralized workshop opportunities through school partnerships and proactively disseminating teaching strategies and resources that work both online and in person. They’ll also share some great tips for adapting existing education technologies in this hyflex environment.

Outcomes
  • “Manage up” and shine a spotlight on instructional design at the campus level, including formalizing a community of practice into a chartered committee with the power to inform leadership decisions.
  • Scale-up and create proactive workshop timelines and improve strategies for disseminating resources and fostering innovation throughout the organization.
  • Look at a tool you already have in a new way (we’ll share several examples including using Qualtrics to allow multiple assessors to evaluate students in multiple cases; using the Book feature in Moodle to manage the flow of case study, and a new way to utilize PollEverywhere in a hyflex class).

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Gina Gaiser

Gina Gaiser

Digital Teaching & Learning Services Manager, UC San Francisco
Gina Gaiser (she/her) is an Instructional Designer, Media Producer, and Educator, delivering online technology solutions to the UC community since 2002.
avatar for Lisa Leiva

Lisa Leiva

Head of Instructional Design, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Lisa is an Instructional Designer in the UCSF Library. She has over 20 years of experience working with UCSF faculty to enhance learning experiences. She enjoys doing her part to provide faculty with creative methods that integrate technology into the classroom to enhance teaching... Read More →
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Stephanie Wallace

Director of Education & Curricular Services, UCSF
Stephanie is the Director of Education for the UCSF Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. She taught ESOL before joining UCSF and the department in 2013. She worked in the School of Dentistry from 2018-2022, and is now back with physical therapy, supervising a small... Read More →
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​Xinxin Huang

UCSF
Xinxin Huang is a Senior Educational Technologist at UCSF School of nursing. She collaborates with faculty in their pursuit of technology-enhanced teaching. She supports the implementation of technologies school and campus wide. These solutions improve the student experience and... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 4:05pm - 4:25pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

4:25pm PST

Unconventional Proctoring Solutions [General Session 4]
Description
At the onset of the campus shutdown in response to COVID-19, the UCR community was tasked with converting over 3,000 courses to remote instruction for the duration of the pandemic. In addition to restructuring how courses would be delivered, a means for administering and proctoring exams needed to be devised — no easy feat, with many classes upwards of 300 students. This resulted in “do it yourself" remote proctoring solutions with zero cost to students and no collection of student data by outside vendors. Faculty can choose the strategy or combination of strategies that makes sense for their course. Although no proctoring solution can completely eliminate academic misconduct, the solutions offered will protect academic integrity in high-stakes assessments and minimize student disruptions.

Outcomes
  • Compare and contrast three solutions for exam proctoring using existing staff
  • Understand technology options and limitations
  • Determine viable solutions for remote course proctoring

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Israel Fletes

Israel Fletes

Director of Academic Technology, Univ of Calif, Riverside / XCITE
Israel Fletes is the Director of Academic Technology in the XCITE Center of UC Riverside. With over 30 years of dedication in the technology support field and a First-Gen student himself, Israel brings a unique insight to achieving customer success from integrating traditional practices... Read More →
avatar for Nathaniel Wildes

Nathaniel Wildes

Interactive Instructional Media Manager, Univ of Calif, Riverside
Nathaniel Wildes is an Interactive Instructional Media Manager at the University of California Riverside, where he oversees the production of instructional media for online delivery. He holds a M.S. in STEM Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology and teaches graduate... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 4:25pm - 4:45pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

4:45pm PST

Q&A General Session 4
Prioritize Your Questions to the Speakers!
Use Pronto to submit and vote for the questions you want the speakers to answer first. We'll be monitoring Zoom chat too! Visit: https://detche.pronto.io/

This portion will be a Q&A session of all the General Sessions.

Moderators
avatar for Takiya Moore

Takiya Moore

Director of Instructional Technology, California State University Northridge
Creating educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to attend university is at the core of Takiya’s mission for her work in the California State University system. Presently, she is the Director of Instructional Technology at California State University... Read More →
avatar for Robert Smith

Robert Smith

Director, Classroom Innovation, Stanford University
I'm an product design engineer who's found a home in the academy. User-centered design is my stock in trade, and I serve a broad learning community, creating spaces and processes that support their academic goals. Talk to me about classrooms, furniture and technology!

Speakers
avatar for Nathaniel Wildes

Nathaniel Wildes

Interactive Instructional Media Manager, Univ of Calif, Riverside
Nathaniel Wildes is an Interactive Instructional Media Manager at the University of California Riverside, where he oversees the production of instructional media for online delivery. He holds a M.S. in STEM Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology and teaches graduate... Read More →
avatar for Julie Johnson

Julie Johnson

Manager, Instructional Technology Services, Chapman University
I am the manager of instructional technology at Chapman University. I hold an M.A.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and a Certificate in Instructional Design from the Online Learning Consortium. The best part of my job is collaborating with faculty and staff on their use of educational... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Wallace

Stephanie Wallace

Director of Education & Curricular Services, UCSF
Stephanie is the Director of Education for the UCSF Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. She taught ESOL before joining UCSF and the department in 2013. She worked in the School of Dentistry from 2018-2022, and is now back with physical therapy, supervising a small... Read More →
avatar for Gina Gaiser

Gina Gaiser

Digital Teaching & Learning Services Manager, UC San Francisco
Gina Gaiser (she/her) is an Instructional Designer, Media Producer, and Educator, delivering online technology solutions to the UC community since 2002.
avatar for Lisa Leiva

Lisa Leiva

Head of Instructional Design, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Lisa is an Instructional Designer in the UCSF Library. She has over 20 years of experience working with UCSF faculty to enhance learning experiences. She enjoys doing her part to provide faculty with creative methods that integrate technology into the classroom to enhance teaching... Read More →
avatar for ​Xinxin Huang

​Xinxin Huang

UCSF
Xinxin Huang is a Senior Educational Technologist at UCSF School of nursing. She collaborates with faculty in their pursuit of technology-enhanced teaching. She supports the implementation of technologies school and campus wide. These solutions improve the student experience and... Read More →
BA

Brent Auernheimer

Professor, California State University, Fresno
avatar for Sarah Blake

Sarah Blake

Instructional Analyst, Chapman University
My name is Sarah Blake, and I am pursuing a Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed.) with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. As an Instructional Analyst at Chapman University, I assist faculty with technology to support teaching and learning. My team and I create, design, and... Read More →
avatar for Elena Marusak

Elena Marusak

Instructional Technologist, Chapman University
My name is Elena Marusak, and I am an Instructional Technologist at Chapman University.  I love supporting faculty in their use of Canvas and other technologies that facilitate teaching and learning!  Prior to joining the Educational Technology Services team at Chapman, I supported... Read More →
avatar for Israel Fletes

Israel Fletes

Director of Academic Technology, Univ of Calif, Riverside / XCITE
Israel Fletes is the Director of Academic Technology in the XCITE Center of UC Riverside. With over 30 years of dedication in the technology support field and a First-Gen student himself, Israel brings a unique insight to achieving customer success from integrating traditional practices... Read More →
avatar for Sarem Yadegari

Sarem Yadegari

Educational Technology Support Manager, Chapman University
I am the Educational technology Support Manager at Chapman University. In this role, I assist in collaborative planning with colleagues across the campus to promote and support digital scholarship, digital literacy, and technological fluency.My educational background is in Arts and... Read More →


Thursday December 2, 2021 4:45pm - 5:00pm PST
Zoom & Pronto

5:00pm PST

Closing Reception
Thursday December 2, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm PST
InSpace
 
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