2007 Teaching with Technology award
The Instructional Technology Group is pleased to announce the winners of the 2007 "Teaching with Technology" awards.
Many nominations were submitted by students, faculty, and staff. A committee with representatives from CIS, the Dean of the College, the Language Resource Center, the Library, the Sheridan Center, the student body, and a past award winner from the Brown faculty, evaluated the sites on the effectiveness of online course design, innovative use of multimedia and the use of technology for collaboration and communication.
The awards will be presented at a reception at Sayles Hall on May 5, 2008 from 4-5 PM.
Congratulations to the 2007 "Teaching with Technology" winners:
Jonathan K. Waage
for Collaboration and Communication
Animal Behavior - Ecological and Evolutionary Determinants
BIOL 0450 (Fall07)
Thomas F. Banchoff
for Course Design
Advanced Placement Calculus
MATH 0170 (Fall07)
for Use of Multimedia
Thank you to everyone who submitted nominations.
Faculty interested in gaining access to the winning sites may contact their Instructional Technologist.
2007 Teaching with Technology Review Committee:
Sarah Bordac, Instruction and Outreach Librarian
Hong Chau, Undergraduate Student
Laura Hess, Associate Director Sheridan Center for Teaching & Learning
Karen Krahulik, Associate Dean of the College for Upperclass Studies
Kimberly Mowry, Professor of Biology and Past Award Winner - WebCT
Andrew Ross, Director, Language Resource Center
Catherine Zabriskie, Associate Director, Teaching and Learning Services
Pat Zudeck, Senior Instructional Technologist