- Humanizing Your Online Class (60 minutes)
- Create Engaging Videos with Animoto (30 minutes)
- Dropbox: Freedom from Flashdrives (30 minutes)
- VoiceThread for Multisensory Learning (38 minutes)
- Instructional Design Strategies for Mobile Learning: The VoiceThread App (60 minutes)
- Using Twitter to Increase Student-Student Interactions (30 minutes)
Conversations with Educators
- Humanizing Online Grading with Voice and Video A conversation with Dan Barnett and Tracy Schaelen.
- Faculty Websites: Why They're Important and How to Make One NOW! A conversation with Kathy Damm and Patti Flanigan.
- First Impressions: How to Make the Most of Week One Online. A conversation with Tracy Schaelen, Mike Smedshammer, and Lene Whitley Putz.
- Online Assessment Roundtable A conversation with Kathy Damm, Bill Doherty, Sandra Haynes, and Kara Kuvakas.
- Supersize the Sweetspot of Online Learning A conversation with Katie Palacio and Samantha Hurst of San Diego City Community College District.
- Engaging Students with Twitter-based Learning A conversation with Catherine Hillman of Cuesta College and Nita Gopal of Modesto Junior College.
- Stories from California Community College (CCC) Connected Educators A conversation with Mark Lawler and Jennifer Garner.
- Mastering Negotiation Skills Online? A conversation with Dr. Ronda Callister, Professor in the Department of Management in the Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University.
- Flipping Group Presentations with Google+ Hangouts and VoiceThread A conversation with Brad Belbas, academic technologist and visiting assistant professor in educational studies at Macalaster College.
- Using Facebook to Improve Critical Thinking in Online Classes A conversation with Dr. Sabita Persaud, Assistant Professor in the Notre Dame of Maryland School of Nursing.
- What's New with Wikis? A conversation with Wendy Gorton from Wikispaces and Robin Bartoletti of Academic Partnerships.
- Can Teaching with Gameful Learning Change the World? A conversation with Jason Rosenblum and Bob Strong from St. Edward's University who share their innovative approach to teaching their Global Social Problems course.
- Teaching with Facebook. A conversation with Deborah Lemon.
Keynote Presentations and More
- Can't You Just Lecture To Me? Strategies for Transforming Reluctant Learners when Teaching with Emerging Technologies (1 hour) Keynote from the 2012 Learning 2.0 Conference.
- CUE LIVE 2012 Interview (11 minutes) Julie Duffield and I spend a few minutes discussing online learning, social media, and the exciting pedagogical possibilities upon us. Recorded at the 2012 CUE Conference in Palm Springs.
- Expanding the Funnel: Increasing Degree Attainment through Teaching Innovations (16 minutes) A video I created for Cisco's Global Education Forum. It presents a condensed overview of my "flipping the classroom" experiment and considers the possibilities that this approach, and other teaching innovations, hold for increasing students success and degree attainment.
- Teaching in the Era of Participation (70 minutes) A video recording of my keynote presentation at the 2011 Online Teaching Conference at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA. I share my personal journey as a community college instructor through the emergence of web 2.0 and social media and demonstrate how my own participation in social media inspired me to transform my students' learning experiences. Included is an overview of my art history "flipping the classroom" innovation (which incorporates mobile lectures and formative VoiceThread assessments) that resulted in a 10% increase in student success and retention.
- Student Voices: Reflections on "Flipping" the College Classroom (20 minutes)This is an intimate interview between me and three community college art history students at the end of a 16-week flipped classroom semester. Before class, students accessed the mobile lectures (share in PDF and enhanced podcast format) and participated in collaborative, formative VoiceThread assessments. Overwhelming? Too much work? Listen for yourself.
- Painting, Power, and Pedagogy (60 minutes) Keynote from EduSoCal10, Loyola Marymount University, May 2010. Explores the art historical role of innovation and risk-taking in western society, highlighting the potential of creativity in teaching to unhinge higher education from its lecture-based traditions. The presentation showcases a specific case study in teaching innovation from my community college History of Women in Art class that examines the learning effects of an instructional model that embraces active learning in the classroom, rather than passive delivery of lecture. Student feedback and survey results are included.
- Are You Ready for an Online Class? (60 minutes) This is an audio-visual recording of a student success workshop I presented in 2007 at Sierra College (while employed there as a full-time art history professor).
- VoiceThread for Online Teaching and Learning: Practical Design Strategies and Student Perspectives (interactive -- join in!)