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Author: Lauren Kelley

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This podcast features higher ed faculty and course designers using creative approaches to enhance students’ learning experiences and turn engagement “ON” 

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In this insightful episode, join us for a fun discussion on the University of Delaware's innovative 10-Day Accessibility Challenges designed to provide educators with the knowledge and skills to create inclusive and accessible learning experiences for all students. We are joined by Jamie Summerfield, Educational Technology Consultant, and Molly Thomas, Instructional Designer, from Academic Technology Services, who share the inspiration behind these challenges, the types of tasks faculty will ...
In this episode, Dr. John Jungck, Professor of Biological and Mathematical Sciences, and Jamie Summerfield, Ed tech Consultant with Academic Technology Services (ATS), talk with me about the popular Tech Talk Tuesdays speaker series at the University of Delaware (UD). John shares how he started the series in 2013 to facilitate cross-disciplinary conversations around using technology for teaching. Together, John and Jamie discuss the process of selecting diverse presenters and topics that high...
In this special episode that is part of a short series about The Paul J. Rickards, Jr. Teaching Innovation Grant program, we highlighted Dr. Katy Bender, an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Delaware's Lerner College of Business & Economics. With a Ph.D. in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics from The Ohio State University, Dr. Bender specializes in Resource & Environmental Economics, Experimental Economics, Development Economics, and Applied Eco...
In this captivating episode, part of our exclusive series on The Paul J. Rickards, Jr. Teaching Innovation Grant Program, we explore the transformative power of innovative teaching strategies within education. We're thrilled to feature Katie Leech, a distinguished graphic designer, fine artist, and educator with a deep-rooted passion for printmaking. Katie shares her expertise on the critical role of typography in communication, emphasizing its significance and influence in messaging. Further...
In this second episode, we're going to dive deeper into how UD's Academic Technology Services pivoted with resilience and innovation when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Stacy and Ali will share their insights on adapting to the sudden shift to remote learning, the creative solutions they provided, and how their support evolved as we emerged from that crisis. We'll also explore the compelling reasons why you, as an educator or content creator, should seriously consider tapping into these professio...
You will have a chance to discover the state-of-the-art video production studios and services available right on the University of Delaware's campus in this insightful two-part series.In Part One, featured guests, Stacy Weile, Manager of UD Studio & Video Conf, and Ali Pawlowski, Digital Media Specialist offer an exclusive look at the impressive Pearson Hall studios, control rooms, and newly redesigned recording spaces operated by the Academic Technology Services. Together we'll explore t...
This episode provides audio shorts that explore three tech tools for enhancing student engagement and assessment. This episode spotlights Poll Everywhere, Perusall, and FeedbackFruits as innovative edtech solutions for interactivity, collaboration, and meaningful feedback. This special episode includes the help of artificial intelligence as my co-pilot in providing audio bites for two of the three tools covered. Overall, these tools increase student participation, provide alternative as...
In this second part of this first episode of Season 5, we continue with conversational stories about how our guests work with their teams of TAs to support the Poll Everywhere tool, their take on academic honesty with the use of Poll Everywhere, and their biggest challenge with the tool. We wrap up this episode with faculty sharing their discoveries that might not have been revealed if not for the power of Poll Everywhere.This faculty panel includes:Agnes Ly, associate professor of psychologi...
In this first season's episode, we dive into a two-part series exploring the transformative journey of Poll Everywhere at the University of Delaware. Since the onset of the pandemic, this multimodal tool has become an integral part of the university's pedagogical toolkit. Poll Everywhere has the ability to gather instantaneous feedback from students, even in large lecture settings, through various interactive features. You'll learn that this isn't just about technology—but about fostering inc...
This podcast focuses on the perspectives of faculty work with specifications grading. The final part of this series features Ellen Monk, Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting and MIS in the Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware. Ellen also serves as the Associate Chair of the MIS department. Ellen shares her perspective of specs grading and the challenges that can come with it. The hope is that through this shared experience, listeners gain a wel...
This podcast focuses on the perspectives of faculty work with specifications grading. This second part of the series continues the conversation with three College of Engineering faculty members: Nazim Karaca, a data engineer at the University of Delaware who helps human-subject researchers collect and manage their data, who also teaches computer programming and ethics at UD. Sheldon Hewlett, an Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Delaware, who teaches...
This podcast focuses on the perspectives of faculty work with specifications grading. The first two parts feature three College of Engineering faculty members: Nazim Karaca, a data engineer at the University of Delaware who helps human-subject researchers collect and manage their data, who also teaches computer programming and ethics at UD. Sheldon Hewlett, an Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Delaware, who teaches introductory courses in materials ...
In this second episode of Season 4, the new host Dr. Lauren Kelley, welcomes Vic Wang, director of noncredit professional programs for the University of Delaware’s Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS). Vic oversees the creation, management, and successful implementation of all online and face-to-face noncredit programs, certificates, workshops, conferences, and customized programs. This podcast will focus on microcredentials in higher education. What is shared in thi...
In this first episode of Season 4, the new host Dr. Lauren Kelley, an instructional designer in UD-IT Academic Technology Services (ATS) welcomes the UDCapture Team. The UDCapture Team is also part of ATS and they are responsible for a suite of tools that allow faculty and students to create and share videos. This tiny team has oversight and coordination of automatic classroom capture for in-person classes, a variety of recording studios, and self-service platforms for your media. 📍Be s...
In this teaser trailer, the new host Dr. Lauren Kelley, an instructional designer in UD-IT Academic Technology Services (ATS) welcomes ON - Cultivating Student Engagement in Higher Ed listeners to the new season. She shares what you can expect from this reimagined podcast and promises ON listeners that they can expect to become better acquainted with support services available to them regardless of their course modality.
In this episode, Katy Berkow shares exciting news about her new transition. She introduces her podcast successor and invites her listeners to get ready for an exciting new season!📍Need the transcript for this episode? Access it here.
This episode focuses on how we can contribute to successful searches, with a focus on including candidates of all backgrounds. Dr. Lauren Vicker shares her expertise, published in The Complete Academic Search Manual, and includes some great ideas for sourcing and evaluating candidates and making sure new hires make connections after they join your team.
Katy speaks with Em Rowe and Bri VanArsdale about gender inclusivity in the classroom and how it contributes to student success both in and out of the classroom. This episode starts with gender and leans into reducing barriers to learning for all of our students.
Katy is back with co-executive producer for this mini-season, Dr. Amanda Bullough. They're excited to share two new episodes focused on inclusion and how it can generate engagement in the classroom.
This very special episode of the podcast was recorded during a session of the Lerner College's Research & Teaching Showcase at the University of Delaware, coordinated by our Deputy Dean Dr. Sheryl Kline. Among other staff and faculty, Drs. Julia Bayuk, Andrea Everard, Ali Poorani, Max Dolinsky, and Amanda Bullough share practices that generate engagement.
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