2013 AT&T Faculty – Staff

Award Competition in Instructional Technology

Responding to the growing use of online technologies for instruction at Michigan State University, Information Technology Services holds an annual awards program, generously funded by AT&T, to both recognize and encourage best practices in the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.

SW 290

SW290: Best Online

Glenn Stutzky

“Zombies make catastrophes more interesting”

ANTR 350

ANTR350: Best Blended

Michael Koot

“Virtual dissections allow exploration, learning, and assessment”

NUR 470

NUR470: Best Enhanced

Kathleen Gaskill Bappert

“Virtual reality simulates home visits”

CSE 491-003

CSE476: Best Enhanced

Charles Owen

“Custom app teaches app development”

ENG 126

ENG126: Honorable Mention

Stephen Grandchamp

“Small reading communities exchange ideas”

CEP 807/ED 870

CEP807: Honorable Mention

Matthew Koehler

“Learning principles are embedded in technology”

GEO 826

GEO826: Honorable Mention

Joseph P. Messina

“Technology enables transition from static to dynamic”

Judges: Leigh Wolf, Joni Starr, Cindy Arvidson – Coordinator: Carrie Heeter – IT Services Teaching and Learning Support: Chris Irvin, Matt Radick, JoAnn Render, Pam Sloan