Summer Faculty Institute

Archives for 2005-2017 are available below.

SFI 2017 Small Teaching: From Minor Changes to Major Learning
James Lang, author of Small Teaching

Data Data Everywhere: Fun With Data For All Disciplines
Valerie Barr, Union College

Trails, Traces, and Teaching in the Digital Age
Mills Kelly, George Mason University

SFI 2016

Nancy Targett, President, University of Delaware

Tom Mackey, Vice Provost for Academic Programs at SUNY Empire State College

Jim Kurose, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation for the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE)

Amy Hurst, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Georgia Guthrie, The Hacktory, Philadephia

SFI 2015 Shaun Harper
Executive Director, Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education
University of PennsylvaniaMichelle Moravec
Associate Professor, History
Rosemont UniversityJesse Stommel
Assistant Professor, Digital Humanities
University of WisconsinKevin Harris
Associate Director, Center for Assessment and Improvement of Learning
Tennessee Tech UniversityElizabeth Lisic
Assistant Director, Center for Assessment & Improvement of Learning
Tennessee Tech University
Kyle Dickson
Associate Professor, English
Director, AT&T Learning Studio
Abilene Christian University
LaTanya S. Autry
Marcia Brady Tucker Fellow in Photography
Yale University Art Gallery
Archana Kaku
Program Coordinator
Tri-College Digital Humanities Initiative
Janneken Smucker
Assistant Professor, History
West Chester University
SFI 2014

EPIC FAIL! If We’re Teaching, Why Aren’t They Learning?

Extreme Arousal 2.0: Creating ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Moment of This!’ Learning Environments

Averting Death by Academic PowerPoint! From Killer Professors to Killer Presenters
Christy Price, Dalton State University

Productive Discomfort: Fostering Learning in an Inquiry-Driven Class
Kris Shaffer, Colorado University – BoulderStimulating Attitudes of Inquiry
Hal White, University of DelawareCreative Teaching and Learning with Emerging Technologies in YOUR Hands
Robbie Melton, Tennessee Board of Regents
SFI 2013 Learning-Centered Teaching
Terry Doyle, Ferris State UniversityWhat can MOOCs teach us about online learning?
Phil Hill, e-Literate
The New Future
Ken Cavallo, iSchool InitiativeCross-generational Communication
Peggy Smith, Smith & Associates
SFI 2012 New Tools for Student Engagement
Sydneyeve Matrix, Queen’s University Canada
Incenting innovation and collaboration across teams
Mk Haley, Carnegie Mellon University
SFI 2011 Excellence in College Teaching and Learning
Susan Smith Nash
Syllabus 3.0
Allen Partridge, Indiana University of PennsylvaniaLeveraging mobile information and social technologies for the classroom
Jon Landis, Apple, Inc.
SFI 2010 Design thinking as a learning process
Reinhold Steinbeck, Stanford
Effective online instruction
Bryan Carter, University of Central Missouri
Engaging the best students
Alan Fox, University of Delaware
SFI 2009 Harnessing the power of social networks in teaching & learning
Alec Couros, University of Regina
Beyond our biology: an inside look at Second Life
John Lester, Linden Labs
SFI 2008 50 ways to tell a story
Alan Levine, New Media Consortium
Selecting Sakai tools based on how people learn
Fred Hofstetter, University of DelawareThe evolution of the digital learner
Lester Ray, Apple, Inc.Using technology to enhance instruction & engage students
Kimberly Dyar, Cecil County Public Schools
SFI 2007 Multimedia learning
Richard Mayer, UC Santa Barbara
Calibrated peer review
Todd Nickle, University of Calgary
Engaging an open source course management system
David Goodrum, Indiana U-Bloomington
SFI 2006 Designing interactive learning for visually-hungry learners
Curt Bonk, Indiana University
New directions in instructional technology
Mark Pellegrini, Wikipedia
Elevating the interactivity of technology-based materials
Phil Stephens, Villanova
SFI 2005 Building creativity into education: Human needs and the new computing technologies
Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
Staying motivated teaching with technology
Anastasia Morrone, IUPUI
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