Teaching with technology is a style many scholars are familiarizing themselves with. What is meant by teaching with technology was kept purposefully broad for this survey and includes teaching tablet based projects, web writing and social media projects that continue outside of the classroom, developing new software for a class, synchronous/asynchronous online learning, and teaching a MOOC.
We have invited teachers to share either meta-reflections on technology in the classroom, or reflections on the outcomes of specific projects. The goal of this survey is to see and share exactly how technology is used in the classroom and what we gain from its use. Specifically, we want to consider any unexpected outcomes of the use of technology.
If you find yourself reading the responses and feel as though you would also like to contribute as well, MediaCommons allows for additional contributors after the survey has begun. You are free to email the editors a short proposal at email@example.com and we have left space for additional responses in our schedule.
Below is a list of contributors to our survey on teaching with technology:
Week 1 (May 20-24)
We have a special cluster of responses from editors WebWriting:Why & How for Liberal Arts Teaching & Learning.
Jack Dougherty, Trinity College
Jason B. Jones, Trinity College
Dina Anselmi, Trinity College
Christopher Hager, Trinity College
Week 2 (May 27-31)
William Moner, University of Texas-Austin
Catrina Mitchum, Old Dominion University
Sarah Spangler, Old Dominion University
Richard Edwards, Ball State University
Roger Todd Whitson, Washington State University
Week 3 (June 3-7)
Matt Beale, Old Dominion University
Megan McKittrick, Old Dominion University
Lee Skallerup Bessette, Morehead State University
Susan Currie Sivek, Linfield College
Laura Buchholz, Old Dominion University
Week 4 (June 10-14)
Krystopher Purzycki, Old Dominion University
Julia Romberger, Old Dominion University
Special cluster in digital tools and technical literacy
Mercer Hall, Buckley Country Day School
Patricia Russac, Buckley Country Day School
Gina Sipley, Buckley Country Day School
Dr. Rodrigo, Old Dominion University